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New Leeds badge met with fury and ridicule by fans
The club says they consulted 10,000 people but, within an hour, a petition raced past 10,000 signatures to stop the club using the new crest.
James McCarthy pictured smiling in hospital bed after successful surgery on h...
His teammate Seamus Coleman says he’ll be with McCarthy “every step of the way”.
Kick It Out raises 'serious concerns' over Phil Neville's suitability for Eng...
New England Women’s boss Phil Neville should be facing the possibility of punishment from the Football Association over "misogynistic and sexist" tweets, Kick It Out has said.
Roger Federer ’very excited’ to play semi-final newcomer at Australian Open
Federer is happy to see players make their breakthroughs at the Australian Open to bring fresh blood to the sport.
Doubts over Chris Robshaw and Mike Brown add to England’s injury crisis
England have now seen 16 players ruled out of the start of their title defence, a number that will climb to 18 if Robshaw and Brown fail to recover.
Rory McIlroy has ’spring back in my step’ after positive return to action
Rory McIlroy will pursue a first win since September 2016 with a "spring in his step" after exceeding expectations on his return to action.
Michael O’Neill expects to sign new Northern Ireland contract
"The discussions were very, very positive so I look forward to having something to announce."
Wales star Liam Williams could miss entire 6 Nations
An irritated Gatland suggested the option of surgery on the problem should have been taken up earlier.
New England Women’s manager Phil Neville apologises for sexist tweets
Not a great first day in the job.
Seamus Coleman: 'It's fantastic to feel like a footballer again'
Coleman showed his determination to get back into first-team contention by making a strong tackle in the early stages.
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I want Arsenal to be among Europe's elite - new boss Emery
New Arsenal manager Unai Emery says he wants the club to be among Europe's elite once more.
'Women are the most beautiful thing in the world' - Hamilton backs Monaco 'gr...
The return of female models to the F1 grid at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix is "a beautiful thing", Lewis Hamilton says.
A demanding father and a radical coach - the making of Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gives Guillem Balague a fascinating insight into his background and methods before the Champions League final with Real Madrid.
NFL teams to be fined if players kneel during anthem
Players who do not stand for the anthem will be allowed to stay in the locker room until it is over.
Kohli's move to English county side Surrey off because of injury
India captain Virat Kohli will not play for Surrey this summer because of a neck injury sustained while playing in the IPL.
Barca legend Iniesta completes move to Japan's Vissel Kobe
Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta will have a "major impact" in Japan after joining Vissel Kobe, says owner Hiroshi Mikitani.
San Francisco 49ers investors link up with former English football champions
Leeds United enter a partnership with 49ers Enterprises, the investment entity behind NFL giants San Francisco 49ers.
Bess to make England Test debut against Pakistan
Somerset off-spinner Dom Bess will make his England debut in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's on Thursday.
Real Madrid v Liverpool: Could James Milner be key to Champions League final?
The Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool has the makings of a classic, but what can we learn from the pre-match statistics?
Stanley Cup: Washington Capitals beat Tampa Bay Lightning to reach final
Washington Capitals clinch series win over Tampa Bay Lightning to reach the NHL's Stanley Cup final for the first time in 20 years.
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Jack Conan: European glory will be tarnished if we lose
Jack Conan is heading for Saturday's Pro14 semi-final showdown with Munster desperate to avoid a defeat that would "tarnish" Leinster's season.
Lineker: England should 'write off' World Cup
Gary Lineker believes England should "write off" any hopes of doing well in this summer's World Cup and blood some youngsters.
Recognition on the double for Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola has been named the League Managers Association manager of the year after a record-breaking season with Manchester City.
Refreshed Clare captain relishing Munster opener
Clare captain Pat O'Connor can't wait for the start of the Munster Championship and after a "refreshing" April, has Cork firmly in his sights this weekend.
Porterfield: There were a lot of special moments
Ireland captain William Porterfield reflects on what was a historic five days in Malahide as Ireland played their maiden Test match against Pakistan.
'Tipp are probably going to beat us and beat us well'
Waterford manager Tom McGlinchey believes his underdogs have little chance of upsetting Tipperary this weekend in the Munster Championship, but has sympathy for his counterpart Liam Kearns.
'It's embarrassing' - Offaly turmoil as players revolt
The fallout from Offaly's Championship defeat to Wicklow continues with a number of players indicating that they are unwilling to play for the current management team.
'Cruel but correct' - Corcoran reflects on red card
Ireland Under-17 goalkeeper Jimmy Corcoran has thanked supporters for their well wishes following the controversial penalty defeat to the Netherlands, but says the referee's decision was correct.
Villa see off Boro to seal play-off date with Fulham
Aston Villa beat Middlesbrough 1-0 on aggregate after a 0-0 draw at Villa Park on Tuesday to seal their place in the Championship playoff final where they will meet Fulham.
Ireland face Italy in November Soldier Field clash
Ireland will return to the United States in November and have agreed to play Six Nations rivals Italy in Chicago on November 3, the IRFU have confirmed.