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Bateson eyes foreign travels
Mark Bateson is hoping to visit a number of boxing gyms all over world with the help of the Coach Development Programme.
Gosden enters five in St Leger
John Gosden has a strong team among the 33 entries for this year's Ladbrokes St Leger as he goes in search of a fifth win in the Doncaster Classic on September 13.
Thursday at the Games
The opening day of competition at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday features two of Scotland's brightest medal hopes.
Campbell has Palace medical
Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell is to have a medical at Crystal Palace later on Wednesday, according to Sky sources.
Lelan joins Swindon on loan
Swindon have completed the signing of Josh Lelan on a youth loan from Championship outfit Derby County.
Awford pleased with progress
Portsmouth manager Andy Awford was pleased with his side's progress after they overcame Thurrock 2-0 in their latest pre-season game.
Cavani slams Suarez punishment
Luis Suarez was treated too harshly by FIFA for his World Cup biting incident, according to Uruguay team-mate Edinson Cavani.
More social media woe for Coles
Exeter defender Danny Coles has once again been warned by the club for his conduct on social media.
Osman makes move to Thistle
Partick Thistle have completed the signing of Ghanaian midfielder Adbul Osman on a one-year contract.
McAllister: We're ready
Sean McAllister is confident Scunthorpe are ready for League One after adding a few new faces to the core of last season's squad.
Cork change six for Sligo game
Cork manager Brian Cuthbert has made rung the changes for Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Sligo in Tullamore.
Clough satisfied with stalemate
Nigel Clough is content with the progress being made by his Sheffield United team following a 1-1 friendly draw at Northampton.
Barcelona sign Mathieu
Barcelona have signed France defender Jeremy Mathieu for a fee of £15.8million from Valencia.
Pearson doubt for Glasgow
Olympic hurdle champion Sally Pearson is unlikely to be able to compete in both sprinting events at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Hughes' pair primed for Plate
Dessie Hughes feels he has two live chances in thetote.com Galway Plate with ante-post favourite Art Of Logistics and Irish National runner-up Golden Wonder.
Fury confirms Ustinov fight
Tyson Fury will fight Belarus heavyweight Alexander Ustinov in Manchester on Saturday after original opponent Dereck Chisora pulled out with a fractured hand.
Commonwealth chance for Habana
World Cup winner Bryan Habana has an outside chance of competing in the Commonwealth Games after being granted a late release from his French club Toulon.
Eisfeld heading to Fulham
Arsenal have announced the sale of Thomas Eisfeld to Fulham for an undisclosed fee.
Cooper hearing concludes
A hearing into whether former trainer Elliott Cooper, former jockey Stephen Gagan and unlicensed individual Stuart Trevaskis conspired to commit a fraudulent practice has concluded.
Contador out of Vuelta
Alberto Contador has ruled himself out of the Vuelta a Espana after suffering complications with the broken leg that forced him to quit the Tour de France.
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