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Former United player Brian Greenhoff dies aged 60
Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died, aged 60.
McIlroy plays down rift talk
Rory McIlroy today said he was unable to clarify reports that he is leaving Horizon Sports Management to create his own management group, but revealed he has cleared the air with Graeme McDowell.
Keane free to face England
Skipper Robbie Keane will be able to face England next week after the Los Angeles Galaxy granted him permission to join up with the Republic of Ireland squad.
Petrov to take up academy role at Villa
Aston Villa have confirmed recently retired Stiliyan Petrov will take up a new role as assistant to development coach Gordon Cowans at the club?s academy.
Giorud seeking improvement
Olivier Giroud wants Arsenal to kick on in the Champions League after securing qualification for a 16th successive season.
Garcia 'sorry' for Woods 'fried chicken' jibe
Sergio Garcia has escaped punishment for what could be construed as a racist remark about Tiger Woods after offering an unreserved apology for his ?stupid and out of place? comments at the European Tour?s annual awards ceremony.
Woods: Garcia comment 'wrong and hurtful'
Tiger Woods has labelled a remark made about him by Sergio Garcia as ?wrong and hurtful,? but believes there is ?real regret? that it was made.
Pellegrini leaving Malaga 'for sporting reasons'
Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed he will leave Malaga at the end of the season.
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Woods hurt by 'fried chicken' remark
Tiger Woods condemns "hurtful" jibe as Sergio Garcia apologises for what could be interpreted as a racist remark.
Pellegrini to leave Malaga
Manuel Pellegrini paves the way for a move to manage Manchester City after confirming he will leave Spanish club Malaga.
Gotze to miss Champions League final
Borussia Dortmund's Mario Gotze will miss the Champions League final against future club Bayern Munich through injury.
Visconti takes second Giro stage win
Giovanni Visconti wins his second Giro d'Italia stage in four days as Italy's Vincenzo Nibali maintains the overall lead.
IPL cricketer denies spot-fixing
Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth, arrested over spot-fixing allegations in the Indian Premier League, insists he is innocent.
Alonso: Red Bull have lost dominance
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso says Red Bull are complaining about the tyres in F1 because they have lost their dominant position.
Warner fined over Twitter comments
Batsman David Warner is fined for breaching Cricket Australia's code of behaviour over abusive Twitter posts.
Del Potro withdraws from French Open
Juan Martin del Potro follows in the footsteps of Britain's Andy Murray by withdrawing from the French Open.
Jockey Ahern banned for 10 years
Jockey Eddie Ahern is banned for 10 years after being found guilty of corruption by the BHA, while Neil Clement receives a 15-year ban.
NZ's Watling to miss Headingley Test
New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling is ruled out of the second Test against England at Headingley, with Martin Guptill coming in.
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Keane available for England encounter
Robbie Keane will be available for the Republic of Ireland's international friendlies with England in Wembley and Georgia in Dublin, after holding talks with his club LA Galaxy.
Pozdnyakov is Rás king in the mountains
Russian Kirill Pozdnyakov, riding for Azerbaijan Synergy Baku, has won stage four of the An Post Rás following a mountainous route from Listowel to Glengarriff.
Ahern banned from racing for 10 years
Group One-winning jockey Eddie Ahern has been disqualified for a total of 10 years following the conclusion of a British Horseracing Authority corruption hearing.
Garcia escapes punishment as Tiger speaks out
Sergio Garcia has escaped punishment for what could be construed as a racist remark about Tiger Woods after offering an unreserved apology for his "stupid and out of place" comments at the European Tour's annual awards ceremony.
Lions coach lauds 'proven warrior' O'Connell
Lions forwards coach Graham Rowntree expects Sam Warburton to be galvanised by the presence of "proven warrior" Paul O'Connell on the tour to Australia.
Gotze to miss Champions League final
Borussia Dortmund have confirmed Mario Gotze will miss the Champions League final against Bayern Munich at Wembley on Saturday.
Tyrone's O'Neill ruled out for Donegal clash
Tyrone's Ronan O'Neill has been ruled out of Sunday's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Donegal due to a hamstring strain.
Malaga confirm Pellegrini's departure
Malaga have confirmed that Manuel Pellegrini will not be in charge of the club next season.
Visconti claims second Giro win
Giovanni Visconti claimed his second Giro d'Italia stage win inside four days as the Movistar rider again produced a stunning solo ride to blow away his rivals.
Mullins claims a one-two in Sligo
Willie Mullins claimed a one-two in Sligo's All Sports Betting Tubbercurry Hurdle but needed the intervention of the stewards.
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