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Vergne to leave Toro Rosso
Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed he is leaving Toro Rosso.
Nimely trains with Port Vale
Port Vale have confirmed that former Manchester City striker Alex Nimely is training with the club.
Buckle named Cheltenham boss
Cheltenham have confirmed the appointment of Paul Buckle as their new manager on a 12-month rolling contract.
King expects Mor from Carraig
Trainer Alan King expects Carraig Mor to cope with testing ground in the Grade Two bet365 Novices' Chase at Newbury on Thursday.
Hafeez ton hits New Zealand
Mohammad Hafeez hit an unbeaten 178 to put Pakistan in charge on the opening day of their third Test against New Zealand in Sharjah.
Abu Dhabi: More McLaren troubles
McLaren’s problematic start to their new Honda era continued on the second and final day of the Abu Dhabi test as their interim car completed just two laps.
Cheltenham foes back on Gold trail
Caid Du Berlais and Johns Spirit, who fought out a thrilling finish to the Paddy Power Gold Cup earlier this month, could return to Cheltenham for the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup, for which 32 horses have been entered, on December 13.
Sheff Utd set for striker boost
Sheffield United strikers Michael Higdon and Marc McNulty could both return to first-team action this weekend following injury.
BHA announce prize-money fillip
An overall prize-money boost of £5million has been announced by the British Horseracing Authority after deciding how to use the additional voluntary contribution made by bookmakers.
Robinson not focusing on future
Portsmouth's on-loan defender Paul Robinson insists he is not looking past January despite facing an uncertain future.
Law changes due in February
The most powerful lawmakers in football have held two-day talks in Northern Ireland to discuss potential changes to the Laws of the Game, writes Sky Sports chief news reporter Bryan Swanson in Belfast.
Tootle set for Crewe return
Crewe captain Matt Tootle could be available for a return to action in Saturday's League One clash with Doncaster following five games out.
Grant handed six-month ban
Irish Flat jockey Danny Grant has been suspended for six months after he failed a drugs test at the Curragh on March 23.
Mackay confident of Wigan rise
Malky Mackay has been pleasantly surprised by the quality of the squad he has inherited at Wigan and is confident they can soon climb the Sky Bet Championship table.
Sri Lanka pile on the runs
Sri Lanka set England an imposing victory total of 318 in the opening one-day international between the two teams in Colombo.
Rotherham sign United defender
Rotherham have signed Manchester United defender Reece James on loan.
McCann: Rangers can win title
Neil McCann believes Rangers can still win the Scottish Championship this season but has called on their senior players to 'step up to the plate'.
Stoke suffer Moses setback
Stoke winger Victor Moses faces at least six weeks on the sidelines with a 'significant' thigh injury.
McCoy makes winning return
Tony McCoy made a triumphant return to the saddle with victory on Southfield Royale in the opener at Fontwell.
Fenton report published
Philip Fenton appeared to be "less than truthful and uncooperative", according to an Irish Turf Club report detailing the trainer's disciplinary hearing at the weekend.
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