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Carver to keep Newcastle reins
John Carver is set to remain in caretaker charge of Newcastle until the end of the season.
Sinclair tips wounded Chelsea
Ex-Chelsea defender Frank Sinclair believes his former team’s shock FA Cup defeat to Bradford is bad news for their Capital One Cup semi-final opponents Liverpool.
Fabregas loves life under Jose
Cesc Fabregas admits he has sparked his football career back to life since returning to London.
Lotus reveal first look at E23
Lotus have provided a first glimpse of their 2015 challenger, the E23 Hybrid, and predicted it will trigger a vast improvement in their on-track fortunes this year.
Cech salutes old friend Drogba
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has admitted that there is a special bond between himself and Didier Drogba.
Defeat 'no disgrace' for Jezki
Connections of Jezki were happy enough with his run behind Hurricane Fly at Leopardstown on Sunday despite losing out to his old adversary for a fifth time.
AFCON criticism hurts Sakho
West Ham striker Diafra Sakho has spoken of his "sadness and anger" at criticism directed towards him for not representing Senegal at the Africa Cup of Nations this month.
Gabriel granted work permit
Arsenal's deal for Villarreal defender Gabriel has moved a step closer after he was granted a work permit.
Six of the BBL's best
It’s smash and grab time in the Big Bash League as Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers clash in Wednesday's final.
Fernandes: Academy is future
Queens Park Rangers will change from a buying club to a developing organisation by promoting young talent through their academy, says chairman Tony Fernandes.
Riquelme calls time on career
Former Argentina international Juan Roman Riquelme has retired from football at the age of 36.
Graham upbeat over Ibrox future
Rangers Supporters Trust spokesman Chris Graham is optimistic the continued growth of his organisation will see fans have a much greater influence within Ibrox over the next few months.
Peltier signs for Cardiff
Cardiff have confirmed the signing of Lee Peltier from Huddersfield Town on a three-year deal, subject to international clearance.
Sire satisfies in schooling session
Sire De Grugy delighted trainer Gary Moore on Monday morning after enjoying a first schooling session since suffering injury earlier in the season.
Milanese leaves Orient role
League One club Leyton Orient have parted company with sporting director Mauro Milanese, according to Sky sources.
Christie surges to triple gold
Elise Christie eased her Sochi disappointment after taking three gold medals at the European Short-Track Championships in Dordrecht.
Schurrle 'wants Wolfsburg move'
Andre Schurrle wants to leave Chelsea for Wolfsburg, according to Sky sources.
Light camp cool on Newbury raid
Chris Gordon intends to keep a low profile with Lightentertainment over hurdles ahead of sending him novice chasing next season.
Mourinho: Focus on Liverpool
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is urging his players to forget their FA Cup exit to Bradford and focus on their Capital One semi-final second leg with Liverpool on Tuesday evening.
Northamptonshire sign Afridi
Northamptonshire have signed big-hitting Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi for this season’s T20 Blast competition.
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