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Debuchy out for three months
Arsenal right-back Mathieu Debuchy has been ruled out for three months after undergoing surgery on the ankle he injured against Manchester City.
Preview: Kilm'ock v St J'stone
St Johnstone will travel to Rugby Park with an unchanged squad as they bid to avoid a third successive defeat.
Federer recruited by Aces
Roger Federer has been named as the Indian Aces' marquee player at the inaugural International Premier Tennis League after the enforced withdrawal of Rafael Nadal.
Cahill: Lampard goal 'weird'
Chelsea pair Andre Schurrle and Gary Cahill admitted it was a strange experience to be on the receiving end of a Frank Lampard goal on Sunday.
Agger reveals Rodgers rift
Daniel Agger insists he left Liverpool because of a rift with Brendan Rodgers and did not feel 'appreciated' by the Reds manager.
Sakho tips new strike-force
Diafra Sakho reckons West Ham can spring a few more surprises in the Premier League this season and believes he can form a fruitful partnership with fellow arrival Enner Valencia.
Finn calls for improvement
Castleford Tigers playmaker Liam Finn insists Daryl Powell's men must regain their form if they are to stand any chance of toppling Warrington Wolves on Thursday.
Bee sets sail for Tipperary
Captain Cee Bee is set to begin yet another campaign at Tipperary next month.
Hannon waits on Kingman
Richard Hannon could amend his plans for Ascot's Queen Elizabeth II Stakes if Kingman fails to make the October 18 showpiece.
Murphy critical of Magath regime
Former Fulham captain Danny Murphy says all Felix Magath has to offer English football is a masterclass in how not to run a club.
PFA promote home-grown talent
The Professional Footballers' Association has launched a major political drive for changes which would guarantee a minimum of four home-grown players in the starting line-up of every club game across all tiers of English football.
Billionaire buys into Salford
A Singaporean billionaire has bought a 50 per cent stake in Salford City - the club which is co-owned by five former Manchester United players - the Neville brothers Gary and Phil, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt.
Fresh Qatar fears over 2022
Germany's FIFA member expects the 2022 World Cup to be moved from Qatar because of extreme temperatures.
Capital One Cup by numbers
LIVERPOOL V MIDDLESBROUGH
Educate tops Cambridgeshire
Last year's winner Educate will have to carry top weight to victory if he is to repeat his success of 12 months ago in Saturday's Betfred Cambridgeshire at Newmarket.
May targets League Cup upset
Sheffield Wednesday striker Stevie May has not ruled out an upset this week when the club take on Manchester City in the Capital One Cup.
Inzaghi demands Milan response
AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi fully expects his team to bounce back from their first defeat of the season at the weekend when they take on Empoli in Tuscany on Tuesday.
O'Brien dominates Lodge entry
Aidan O'Brien is responsible for seven of the 16 six-day entries for Saturday's Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes at Newmarket.
Carlo keen to improve defence
Coach Carlo Ancelotti will switch his focus to improving Real Madrid's defence after seeing his attack click into gear in stunning fashion over the last week.
Tiggy Wiggy tops Cheveley field
Tiggy Wiggy is one of 11 fillies among the five-day declarations for Saturday's Connolly's Red Mills Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket, for which Tendu and Terror have been supplemented
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