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Muhammad Ali taken to hospital
Boxing great Muhammad Ali has been hospitalised with pneumonia.
Whitlock shocked at Ally Pally
Simon Whitlock became the latest big name casualty to bow out of the World Championship after losing to Darren Webster.
Diving debate annoys Mourinho
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says it would be a "disaster" to punish divers retrospectively.
Pardew backs keeper Alnwick
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew wants goalkeeper Jak Alnwick to forget his White Hart Lane nightmare by being a derby hero against Sunderland.
Milan hold Roma to help Juve
AC Milan did their former coach Massimiliano Allegri a favour by holding Roma to a 0-0 draw with 10 men at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday evening.
Garcia thrilled to win ISL
Former Liverpool forward Luis Garcia is thrilled to have lifted the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) trophy as captain of Atletico Kolkata.
PSV move seven points clear
PSV Eindhoven beat struggling Go Ahead Eagles 5-0 to move seven points clear at the top of the Eredivisie.
Bale nets as Real win Club WC
Real Madrid landed their fourth title of the year by beating San Lorenzo 2-0 to clinch the Club World Cup and a 22nd straight victory.
Suarez on target in Barca win
Luis Suarez scored his first Primera Division goal and Lionel Messi hit a late double as Barcelona rounded off a difficult 2014 by thrashing minnows Cordoba 5-0.
Win just perfect for Wilson
Barnsley boss Danny Wilson was delighted to cap his 1,000th competitive game in management with a 2-0 success over Leyton Orient.
Curle: We need three points
Keith Curle savoured a much-needed three points for Carlisle, who climbed out of the bottom two thanks to a 2-1 win over Northampton.
Holder is Windies ODI skipper
The West Indies have followed England in replacing their one-day captain less than two months before the World Cup after replacing Dwayne Bravo with Jason Holder.
Robins salutes Scunthorpe
Mark Robins praised his players' "fantastic second-half performance" after they secured a richly-deserved 1-1 draw at Bradford.
Westley enjoying home form
Stevenage manager Graham Westley believes the Lamex Stadium is becoming the fortress it once was after their 1-0 win over Exeter.
Clough keen to build on draws
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough was disappointed with his side's failure to go on and beat Walsall.
Wilcox pleased with squad
Manager Russ Wilcox paid tribute to his York side after they fought back to draw 2-2 at Bury and climb out of the drop zone.
Cooper critical of penalty
Swindon manager Mark Cooper blamed an 'atrocious' penalty decision for his side's 1-0 defeat at home to Doncaster.
Bath triumph at Gloucester
George Ford kicked 24 points as Bath put themselves in second place in the Aviva Premiership, four points ahead of Exeter Chiefs in third, after a 39-16 victory away to rivals Gloucester on Saturday.
Pearce bemoans Fryatt decisions
Stuart Pearce insists Matty Fryatt should have had a hat-trick and Nottingham Forest should have had three points after the striker had two goals disallowed for dubious offside decisions.
Hill blasts officials after draw
Keith Hill felt his Rochdale players had done enough to earn victory against Notts County - but were denied by poor refereeing.
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