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Middlesbrough sign Husband
Middlesbrough have completed the signing of James Husband from Doncaster for an undisclosed fee.
Gray airs transfer concern
Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray is still waiting on the 'green light' to bring in new players as his hands are tied by a takeover delay.
PL to use vanishing spray
The Premier League has announced that vanishing spray will be introduced in all Premier League games this season.
Trezeguet to play in India
World Cup winner David Trezeguet has been unveiled as the latest marquee player to sign up for the inaugural Indian Super League after it was confirmed he would join FC Pune City.
Morphine investigation nearing end
British Horseracing Authority chief executive Paul Bittar has revealed the investigation into the spate of positive tests for morphine is close to concluding.
Bundu unfazed by Gavin test
European welterweight champion Leonard Bundu is confident he has what it takes to see off highly-rated challenger Frankie Gavin when the pair meet on Friday at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall.
Bath increase ground capacity
Bath have been given permission to increase the capacity of the Recreation Ground from 12,000 to close to 14,000 for the next two seasons.
Whitlock grabs gym gold
English qymnast Max Whitlock claimed his first individual all-around gold medal at a major competition with a stunning display at the Commonwealth Games.
AS Trencin v Hull City preview
Tom Ince and Robert Snodgrass are in line to make their competitive debuts for Hull City in the Europa League third-qualifying round first leg in Slovakia against AS Trencin on Thursday.
Ki to be offered new contract
Swansea City manager Garry Monk has confirmed that a new contract will be put to midfielder Ki Sung-yueng.
Wood ruled out for the season
Huddersfield hooker Kyle Wood will miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury.
Leeds' Cooper bid rejected
Chesterfield chief executive Chris Turner has confirmed the club have turned down a bid for Liam Cooper from Sky Bet Championship side Leeds United.
Lukaku set for Everton switch
Sky sources understand Chelsea's Belgium international striker Romelu Lukaku is set for a £24million move to Everton.
Highland looks the Reel deal
Aidan O'Brien's Highland Reel ran out an impressive winner of the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes.
Pedro: Suarez ban is excessive
Barcelona forward Pedro has branded new team-mate Luis Suarez's four-month ban for biting by FIFA as "excessive".
Kingman reigns in Sussex duel
John Gosden's grip on the top level of British Flat racing tightened even further as Kingman again showed stunning acceleration to prise Goodwood's Qipco Sussex Stakes away from Toronado.
Care: We can overtake Kiwis
Danny Care believes England possess the time and potential to bridge the gap on New Zealand before next year's World Cup on home soil.
Lukaku hints at Chelsea exit
Romelu Lukaku appears to be on his way out of Chelsea after posting a tweet through his official account hinting that he is ready for the next challenge in his career.
Rudiger not thinking of move
Stuttgart's Germany international centre-back Antonio Rudiger insists he is not thinking about the interest being shown in him from England.
Snow Sky takes Gordon Stakes
Snow Sky gave trainer Sir Michael Stoute his eighth Neptune Investment Management Gordon Stakes as the first of the significant Ladbrokes St Leger trials took place at Goodwood.
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