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Postponed wins Great Voltigeur
Postponed and Andrea Atzeni were easy winners of the Neptune Investment Great Voltigeur Stakes, but favourite Kingston Hill was a late non-runner.
Irvine: No arrivals imminent
Alan Irvine says he has no deals in the pipeline that he expects to be completed before West Bromwich Albion's next outing.
Dutch courage wins Acomb
Dutch Connection posted a new juvenile course record time when collaring Toocoolforschool to win the Tattersalls Acomb Stakes.
University challenge for Kerr
Shelley Kerr believes her experience as Arsenal Ladies manager will help in her new role as boss of Stirling University.
Moses had other options
Victor Moses claims to have had 'a few other options' to consider when making the decision to join Stoke City on loan.
Barcelona take appeal to CAS
Barcelona are appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after FIFA upheld their transfer embargo until January 2016.
De Guzman opts for Napoli
Napoli have signed Holland midfielder Jonathan de Guzman on a permanent transfer from Spanish side Villarreal for an undisclosed fee.
Bentley joy at Redshaw decision
Morecambe manager Jim Bentley expressed his delight that Jack Redshaw has decided to remain at the Globe Arena.
Bell loaned out after new deal
Morecambe have handed teenage defender Will Bell a one-year professional deal and loaned him to Welsh Premier League side Bala.
Orient worried about Lisbie
Leyton Orient are waiting to discover the extent of the shoulder injury suffered by Kevin Lisbie at Bristol City.
Joy for Ryan family at York
Amy Ryan went a long way to exorcise the ghosts of an horrific fall at the track 13 months earlier when taking the opening contest of the 2014 Ebor meeting at York aboard 12/1 chance Blaine.
Forrester appeal denied
Doncaster's appeal against Harry Forrester's red card picked up in the 3-1 defeat by Port Vale on Saturday has been unsuccessful.
De Val earns Dickov praise
Marc De Val was saluted by Doncaster boss Paul Dickov after starting his third league game for the club in a 1-1 draw with Preston.
Summer deals please Kompany
Vincent Kompany has saluted Manchester City's summer business, with fresh faces acquired and new deals agreed.
Wilshere: Still work to do
Jack Wilshere maintains Arsenal must take nothing for granted when they tackle Besiktas at the Emirates Stadium next week in a bid secure their place in the Champions League group stages.
Grayson joy at Garner deal
Preston boss Simon Grayson has revealed his delight at striker Joe Garner signing a new two-year deal with the Lilywhites.
Wilson enjoys lucky break
Barnsley manager Danny Wilson admitted his side were fortunate to take a point after their 2-2 draw with Coventry.
Powell wary of McGuire backlash
Danny McGuire will have a chance to gain revenge on his old Leeds boss when he runs out for his fourth Challenge Cup final against Daryl Powell's Castleford on Saturday.
Wilder bemoans Morris injury
Chris Wilder admits losing Ian Morris to an horrific knee injury had an impact on Northampton as they lost 2-0 at Portsmouth.
Byron connections choose Curragh
Gordon Lord Byron will make his return to action in Saturday's Renaissance Stakes at the Curragh after connections decided against a trip to York.
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