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The Malian men at Molineux
Bakary Sako and Nouha Dicko are unlikely to forget their first game together as Wolves team-mates. It was April 2013 and the scene was Molineux for the final home game of the season against Burnley. Wolves were desperate for a positive result to avoid a second consecutive relegation.
Bowe takes aim at Royal prize
Colin Bowe has decided to keep improving mare Little King Robin closer to home for the WKD Hurdle at Down Royal on Friday.
What’s happened to Yaya Toure?
Yaya Toure has had his moments. There was the whipped strike against the crossbar against West Ham last weekend and the deadlock-breaking effort late on at Aston Villa. It’s not that he’s failing to contribute. It’s that this contribution is so diminished by comparison to last season’s heroics.
Park and Feng set hot pace
Inbee Park celebrated regaining the world No 1 ranking by earning a share of the first-round lead at the Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship.
Ince joins Forest on loan
Nottingham Forest have signed Tom Ince on loan from Hull.
Perez enjoying Newcastle life
Newcastle striker Ayoze Perez believes he is settling into life in England well and admits he would recommend playing in the Premier League to anyone.
Clark confirmed by Blackpool
Lee Clark has been confirmed as the new manager of Championship club Blackpool.
Bodmer extends Nice contract
Mathieu Bodmer has signed a two-year contract extension with Nice, committing himself to the club until 2017.
Poulter focused on form
Ian Poulter does not want to let off-course issues distract him from his bid to rediscover his best form before the year is out.
Sakho could miss Stoke trip
West Ham's top scorer Diafra Sakho is "touch and go" for Saturday's trip to Stoke, according to Sam Allardyce.
Cavani happy with Paris life
Edinson Cavani has insisted he is happy at Paris Saint-Germain, despite speculation linking him with a move away from the Ligue 1 champions.
Cooper and Genia reunited
New Australia coach Michael Cheika has reunited Quade Cooper and Will Genia at half-back for Saturday’s game against the Barbarians at Twickenham.
Inzaghi cites fatigue after draw
Filippo Inzaghi blamed fatigue for AC Milan's failure to overcome Cagliari on Wednesday night but believes the Rossoneri are well-equipped to keep moving up the Serie A table.
Benitez rues dropped points
Rafael Benitez cut a frustrated figure after watching his Napoli side fail to overcome Atalanta on Wednesday night.
Contador wins Velo d'Or
Alberto Contador has won the Velo d’Or award for the fourth time in his career.
Redknapp ready to pick Taarabt
Harry Redknapp will consider involving Adel Taarabt at Chelsea on Saturday after burying the hatchet with the midfielder.
Mazzarri pleased by Inter show
Walter Mazzarri feels he has finally stamped his identity on his Inter Milan team as the Nerazzurri clinched an important victory over previously-unbeaten Sampdoria.
Campbell attracting interest
A number of Football League clubs are keeping tabs on non-league hot-shot John Campbell, Sky Sports understands.
Pires: I believe in Arsenal
Former Arsenal winger Robert Pires is hopeful his old club will be challenging for the Premier League title come the end of the season.
Karlberg ahead in Kuala Lumpur
Sweden's Rikard Karlberg shot a bogey-free 65 to top the first round leaderboard by two shots ahead of a big-name field at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia on Thursday.
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