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Iglinskiy positive for EPO
Kazakh rider Maxim Iglinskiy has been provisionally suspended after testing positive for EPO.
Binnom-Williams loan extension
Sky Sports understands Southend United have extended the loan of Jerome Binnom-Williams from Crystal Palace until January.
Rosberg: 'Difficulties ahead'
Nico Rosberg has warned of more “difficulties” ahead for Mercedes as he prepares for the latest installment of his season-long title battle with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Japan.
Roma lead Konoplyanka race
Roma are hoping to steal a march on number of Premier League clubs by lining up a move for Dnipro's Yevhen Konoplyanka.
Martinez set for Russian test
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is hoping to make the most of some local knowledge in the Europa League Group H clash with Russian side FK Krasnodar on Thursday.
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Simeone revels in Juve win
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone allowed himself to revel in the glory of securing a victory over "possibly the strongest team in the group" after Juventus left Spain empty-handed.
Ancelotti: We deserved to win
Coach Carlo Ancelotti believes Real Madrid deserved their Champions League victory at Ludogorets despite enduring a rude awakening in Bulgaria.
Hull FC bag Roosters youngster
Hull FC have continued their recruitment for the 2015 Super League season with the addition of Curtis Naughton from Sydney Roosters on an initial one-year contract.
Injury setback for Johnson
Exeter Chiefs forward Tom Johnson has been ruled out for a further three months as he requires surgery on a neck injury.
Typhoon threatens Japanese GP
The Japanese GP is under threat from Typhoon Phanfone with Sky News Weather warning that the race will “potentially be very wet and windy”.
Kobayashi: Caterham in limbo
Kamui Kobayashi says the Caterham race team are waiting for the arrival of team boss Manfredi Ravetto at Suzuka to learn more about the current situation at the embattled outfit.
Alves: I'm coming to England
Barcelona and Brazil defender Dani Alves says he will be moving to the Premier League next year.
Newitt links up with Seismos
Craig Newitt will partner Seismos in the Caulfield Cup before thoughts turn to the Emirates Melbourne Cup at Flemington on November 4.
MLB: Giants crush Pirates
Madison Bumgarner threw a four-hit shutout and Brandon Crawford belted a grand slam to lift San Francisco to an 8-0 win over Pittsburgh Wednesday in the NL Wild Card game.
Button cautious on future
A cautious Jenson Button was tight-lipped on his future ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix admitting he doesn’t know when his 2015 plans will be resolved.
Ravenhill to host charity match
An historic Gaelic football match will be played at Ravenhill next month to help raise awareness for Motor Neurone Disease.
Rodgers: Sturridge not in squad
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says that England boss Roy Hodgson has agreed to leave Daniel Sturridge out of his squad for the European qualifiers against San Marino and Estonia.
Amor dreams of Grand Final
Kyle Amor is hoping to complete his fairytale journey from Grand Final by-stander to the centre stage when St Helens take on Catalan Dragons in their playoff semi-final on Thursday.
Moody starts for New Zealand
New Zealand have made two injury-enforced changes to their starting line-up for Saturday’s Rugby Championship clash with South Africa in Ellis Park.
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