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Ballesteros Jnr back in Dubai
Javier Ballesteros is relishing the prospect of making his first European Tour appearance as a professional at this week’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
McDowall seeks inspiration
Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall says he will be using former boss Walter Smith as inspiration as he prepares his side for Sunday's Scottish League Cup semi-final with Celtic.
Deila: It's all about winning
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says winning the Scottish League Cup semi-final against Rangers will be the only thing on his mind this Sunday.
McCrory: Joshua's first test
Anthony Joshua pulled out of this weekend's Fight Night with a back injury - Glenn McCrory expects to learn about the heavyweight star after his first setback...
Whiley loses in last eight
Jordanne Whiley’s Australian Open wheelchair singles campaign is over after a straight sets defeat to Aniek van Koot in the last eight of the competition.
Khan: I deserve shot at Floyd
Amir Khan believes he is in pole position to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr should a bout between the undefeated American and Manny Pacquiao fail to materialise.
Henderson primes Betfair squad
Nicky Henderson is aiming to better his already impressive record in the Betfair Hurdle at Newbury on Saturday week.
Costa charged over 'stamp'
Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been charged with violent conduct over his clash with Liverpool's Emre Can on Tuesday night.
Rustico puts down Newbury marker
A review of Wednesday's meeting at Newcastle, where Fascino Rustico confirmed himself a novice firmly on the upgrade.
Henderson at Peace for Triumph
JCB Triumph Hurdle favourite Peace And Co remains firmly on course for the Festival after delighting Nicky Henderson in winning at Cheltenham on Saturday.
Arsenal complete Gabriel deal
Arsenal have completed the signing of Villarreal defender Gabriel on a long-term deal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.
Lawn angry at TV snub
Mark Lawn said TV bosses should "hang their heads in shame" after choosing not to broadcast Bradford's next FA Cup tie live on television.
Legend in line for Kempton repeat
Last year's winner Bally Legend is among an entry of 45 for the BetBright Chase at Kempton on February 21.
Mellon relishing Mandron loan
Boss Micky Mellon admitted he thought his chance to sign new Shrewsbury loanee Mikael Mandron had gone.
Blackpool cancel Legear contract
Jonathan Legear has had his contract at Blackpool terminated by mutual consent.
Cotter sings Schmidt's praises
Scotland coach Vern Cotter is looking forward to locking horns with his Ireland counterpart Joe Schmidt during the forthcoming Six Nations Championship.
Musselburgh bids to beat weather
Musselburgh is braced for "an interesting few days" of weather which could disrupt preparation for the track's big day on Sunday.
Thompson pens Tranmere deal
Tranmere have confirmed that Josh Thompson has put pen to paper on a six-month deal.
Fox backs under-fire Lambert
Aston Villa chief executive Tom Fox has offered his support to under-fire manager Paul Lambert.
Cardiff sign Palace's O'Keefe
Cardiff have signed Stuart O'Keefe from Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee.
- FA Cup fourth round: Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal blames pitch and referee after Cambridge draw
- Capital One Cup: FA charges Chelsea striker Diego Costa over 'stamp' on Liverpool's Emre Can
- Thierry Henry insists Diego Costa crossed the line with stamps on Liverpool duo Emre Can and Martin Skrtel
- Capital One Cup: Chelsea reach final as Branislav Ivanovic's goal sinks Liverpool
- Premier League: Louis van Gaal says he gets uneasy when Manchester United play 4-4-2