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Gillespie holds England talks
Former Australia bowler Jason Gillespie has held talks with England about becoming Peter Moores’ successor.
Zola hails 'dominant' Chelsea
Former Chelsea forward Gianfranco Zola says the Blues have been the dominant force in the Premier League this season and fully deserve to be crowned champions.
Henry fires Sterling warning
Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry has warned Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling that he risks "destroying his life and career" by listening to "bad advice".
Exciting times for Roberts
Jamie Roberts is already eagerly looking forward to next season with club and country after his move to Harlequins was confirmed on Tuesday.
Hoddle: Kane on right track
Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has praised Harry Kane for wanting to play for the England Under-21s this summer.
Neville predicts United success
Phil Neville believes silverware could be on the horizon for Manchester United.
Cavendish rides worlds course
Mark Cavendish was given a police escort around the streets of Richmond in the United States on Wednesday in order to reconnoiter this September's world championship road race route.
Leicester will support Tuilagi
Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill says the club will continue to support Manu Tuilagi, despite the centre being left out of England's World Cup squad.
De Gea urged to stay at United
David de Gea has been urged to stay at Manchester United by the man who helped him settle in England.
Warburton: 'One or two options'
Mark Warburton has admitted there have been 'a few tentative enquiries' from clubs interested in his services for next season.
Sterling to say no to deal
Raheem Sterling is set to resume contract talks with Liverpool later this week but intends to tell them he does not plan to sign a new deal, according to Sky sources.
McIlroy: It's my time to shine
Rory McIlroy is targetting his best-ever year after claiming his third title of the season at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina on Sunday.
Pearson: I had survival doubts
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson admitted he had his own moments of doubt as to whether his side would beat the drop this season.
Pardew exit 'hurt Newcastle'
Matt Le Tissier believes Newcastle United would not be fighting Premier League relegation if Alan Pardew had stayed at the club.
Lyth hungry for Lord's debut
Adam Lyth cannot wait to get his Test career underway and is relishing the chance to make his England debut at Lord's.
Hesson: I don't know KP 'facts'
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has refused to offer an opinion on Kevin Pietersen's omission from the England squad.
No Villa grudge for Lambert
Paul Lambert has no grudge against Aston Villa over his sacking and would love to see the club win the FA Cup.
FIFA: No FBI Blatter request
FIFA president Sepp Blatter is not avoiding travel to the United States "because of alleged FBI requests", according to world football's governing body.
Moxon: No Gillespie ECB call
Yorkshire director of cricket Martyn Moxon has revealed that the England and Wales Cricket Board have yet to contact the county champions over the availability of the Tykes' coach Jason Gillespie.
Kick It Out report Toure abuse
Kick It Out has confirmed it has been in touch with the Police after Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was subjected to racist abuse online.