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New coach for Russian starby Greg Leedham Tennis: World number two Maria Sharapova confirmed today that eight-time major winner Jimmy Connors will be her new coach.
Hull lightweight stops Harris in 88 seconds in front of home fansby Greg Leedham Boxing: Promoter Eddie Hearn tipped Luke Campbell for great things after the Hull bantamweight won his professional debut in just 88 seconds.
Club chief executive confirms that Scot will be backed in transfer marketby Greg Leedham Football: Manchester United manager David Moyes has up to £70 million to spend on a “stellar player,” the club’s chief executive confirmed today.
Monday, 15 July 2013 00:00

Iago Aspas scores on Liverpool debut

Rodgers joy as new signing makes mark against Preston Football: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was delighted after new signing Iago Aspas marked his debut with a goal in the 4-0 friendly win at Preston on Saturday.
Londoner runs 100m in 9.91 seconds at Birmingham Athletics: UK Athletics performance director Neil Black believes British sprinting is in its best place for a long time in the wake of by James Dasaolu’s “incredible” sub-10-second performance on Saturday.
Arsenal defender targets victory against Russia after Spain lossby Greg Leedham Women's football: Defender Alex Scott could win her 100th cap on Monday but she is only interested in victory as England face a must-win match against Russia at Euro 2013.
Joy for Manxman who surges up table for all-time victories Cycling: Mark Cavendish answered his critics in style today by claiming victory on stage 13 of the Tour de France from Saint-Amand-Montrond.
Lack of sportsmanship from England player overshadows day three of first Ashes Test Cricket: Stuart Broad left Australia furious on the third evening of the first Ashes Test after refusing to walk for a blatant edge to slip.
Club announce investigation into alleged fracas in pub Rugby union: Bath said today that they are investigating reports new signing Gavin Henson was punched by a team-mate in a pub this week.
New Red Devils manager says striker will remain at Old Traffordby Greg Leedham Football: Manchester United manager David Moyes insisting today that Wayne Rooney will stay at the club despite Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho heaping praise on the striker.
Rising star opts to stick with Seasiders Football: Cardiff's plans for their first season back in the top flight in 53 years have been dealt a blow by transfer target Thomas Ince’s decision to stay at Championship club Blackpool.
Welterweight eager to put bad year behind him in Hull showdown Boxing: Kell Brook thought he would be spending the summer as a world champion, but will instead head to Hull on Saturday night looking to put 10 months of turmoil behind him.
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers says star remains in his future plansby Greg Leedham Football: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said today that he remains hopeful of keeping Luis Suarez at the club.
Cobblers defiant in wake of legal threat Football: Northampton said today that they will not be “bullied” after claiming to have been threatened with legal action over plans to groundshare with Coventry at Sixfields Stadium next season.
The Star's tipster casts his beady eye over the best of the weekend's racingby Farringdon Racing: The July Cup (3.50) at Newmarket is the main event of the day on Saturday and this Group One spectacle can go to the remarkably consistent Society Rock.
Cycling: Marcel Kittel overpowered Mark Cavendish in a photo finish to take his third stage win of the 100th Tour de France today.
Cricket: Australia's 19-year-old debutant number 11 Ashton Agar transformed the first Ashes Test today as he and Phil Hughes hit a record last-wicket stand of 163 at Trent Bridge.
England and Arsenal star writes in the Morning Star every weekby Alex Scott Alex talks about England's hopes of Euro 2013 success in Sweden as they get ready to kick off their campaign against Spain amid increased media interest in the women's game...
Women's football: England striker Eniola Aluko is targeting a place in the final as Hope Powell's side get their Euro 2013 campaign under way in Sweden tomorrow.
Friday, 12 July 2013 00:00

Hearts fans submit offer to buy club

Football: Supporters' group Foundation of Hearts confirmed today they have submitted an offer for the club to administrators BDO.
Football: Premier League clubs' short-termism is plunging them into debt which some cannot manage effectively, according to business experts.
Football: England boss Roy Hodgson suffered a blow today when the release of the Premier League TV schedule confirmed that many of his stars will play on the Sunday before the World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine.
Briton opens up huge lead in general classification after finishing second in time trialby Greg Leedham Cycling: German rider Tony Martin won the the 11th stage of the Tour de France today, but the biggest winner was arguably Chris Froome, who finished second — way ahead of his main rivals…
New City manager formally presented to the media Football: Manuel Pellegrini spoke of his desire to topple Manchester United today as he was formally unveiled as Manchester City manager.
Star columnist analyses the successes of Andy Murray and the British and Irish Lions and how they shape our national identityby Mark Perryman Sports comment: “The imagined community of millions seems more real as a team of 11 named people.” — Eric Hobsbawm
Former world champion to 'pursue other interests' Athletics: Former world triple jump champion Phillips Idowu will not be competing at next month’s World Championships in Moscow after announcing today that he is “taking a step back from athletics.”
Politicians seek to make political capital out of Murray’s success, though his triumph was largely down to his family and his own determinationby Douglas Beattie Scottish sports comment: It's the waiting which makes the world of difference. Andy Murray — the Wimbledon men’s singles champion — has done something that…
Coach warns players ahead of Euro 2013by Greg Leedham Women's football: England women head coach Hope Powell believes her players must cope with increased media pressure if they are to triumph at the European Championships which get under way in Sweden on Wednesday.
Aussie skipper says hosts made error in axing batsmanby Greg Leedham Cricket: Aussie skipper Michael Clarke believes England may have made a mistake by dropping Nick Compton for Wednesday’s first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
Manxman appears to confiscate reporter's dictaphone at end of race Cycling: German rider Marcel Kittel won Tuesday’s 10th stage of the Tour de France in a sprint finish and Chris Froome stayed out of trouble to keep the leader’s yellow jersey.
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