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England and Arsenal Ladies star writes in the Morning Star every weekby Alex Scott This week Arsenal and England footballer Alex Scott talks about her heartbreak in Sweden, her joy at earning her 100th cap for her country and why Saturday evening’s Women’s Super League match against rivals Liverpool isn’t…
Saturday, 03 August 2013 00:00

Gay rights groups want Pride House at Sochi

Call for IOC to help protect LGBT fans from persecutionby Greg Leedham Olympics: Gay rights campaigners have called on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to help set up a Pride House during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in order to ensure the safety of LGBT athletes, officials and…
Our tipster casts his expert eye over the pick of the weekend’s meetingsby Farringdon Racing: All eyes once again will be centred upon Glorious Goodwood for the final day of the meeting and of course the Steward’s Cup Heritage Handicap over the flying six furlongs at 3.50.
The Chilean has made some intelligent signings since his arrival this summer as City look to outdo neighbours Unitedby Simon Williams Football comment: The changing of the managerial guard at Old Trafford seems to have rather overshadowed goings-on over in the blue half of Manchester.
Londoners confirm £26m deal for Spaniard as Gareth Bale nears exit Football: Tottenham completed a club record deal today for Valencia striker Roberto Soldado.
England captain wants big hitter fit and ready for key third Testby Michael Jones Cricket: England skipper Alastair Cook is hopeful that star man Kevin Pietersen will be fit for the start of the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford tomorrow.
British star forced to drop out of Moscow eventby Alex Ballard Athletics: Jessica Ennis-Hill announced today that ongoing injury problems have forced her to pull out of the forthcoming World Athletics Championships.
Football: Professional Footballer's Association (PFA) chief Gordon Taylor fears that the game’s obsession with money has left it in danger of “losing its soul.”
Liverpool manager confident controversial striker will stay at Anfield unless suitors meet club’s asking priceby Alex Ballard Football: Liverpool chief Brendan Rodgers claimed today that wantaway striker Luis Suarez “totally understands” the Anfield outfit’s insistence that they will not entertain any offers for his services.
Football: Human rights activists have accused the owners of Premier League club Manchester City of using it as a public relations vehicle designed to cover up ongoing human rights abuses in Abu Dhabi.
Manager admits he is powerless to prevent star from playing against Celticby Greg Leedham Football: Neil Lennon has conceded defeat in his battle to prevent Mo Bangura lining up against Celtic for Elfsborg in tomorrow night’s Champions League third qualifier at Parkhead.
No greater honour than playing for Madrid, says club sporting director as Londoners hold out despite £85m bidby Greg Leedham Football: Real Madrid sporting director Zinedine Zidane has called on Tottenham to allow Gareth Bale permission to speak to them.
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 00:00

Pars call on stayaway fans to back the club

Dunfermline joy as threat of liquidation is staved off Scottish football: Dunfermline have called on their supporters to return to the club now that the threat of liquidation has subsided.
Champ fumes after events list changed for Rio 2016 Paralympics: Britain's Aled Davies has been denied the chance to defend his F42 discus title at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympics after an overhaul of the event schedule.
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 00:00

Ashes foes to meet in World Cup opener

Draw made for 2015 tournament Cricket: England have been drawn in the same group as Australia for the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
Long jump champion passed fit Athletics: Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford has been added to the British athletics team for the world championships in Moscow next month after proving his fitness.
Liverpool’s management face a crucial season as fans grow restless with rising ticket prices and poor results on the pitchby Alex Ballard Football comment: Mid-table mediocrity, boardroom upheaval, largely flawed recruitment and ever-increasing ticket prices — the last few seasons have been hard on Liverpool supporters. And, if Luis Suarez…
Keeper only learned of Napoli move when deal was doneby Greg Leedham Football: Goalkeeper Pepe Reina said he “deserved better” after revealing that Liverpool decided to loan him to Napoli without telling him first.
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 00:00

Stricken Hearts face liquidation

Main creditor raises fears for Edinburgh club Scottish football: The administrator in charge of Ukio Bankas has told Hearts administrators BDO that three bids lodged for the club are unacceptable and has warned that the club will be liquidated unless the offers are improved.
The Londoners are not in danger of relegation but have largely stood still since the exit of Roy Hodgsonby Kaleem Aftab Football comment: The arrival of US billionaire Shahid Khan at Craven Cottage makes it difficult to gauge Fulham’s prospects for the coming season until the end of the transfer…
Batsman hit 193 for Australia A side last week Cricket" Australia batsman David Warner is back in contention for the third Ashes Test against England at Old Trafford this week.
Briton seals maiden victory with new team at Hungaroringby Greg Leedham Formula One: Lewis Hamilton finally claimed his first victory with Mercedes by taking a record-equalling fourth chequered flag in Hungary.
Anniversary Games reportby Greg Leedham Athletics: Alan Oliveira broke the world record in the T43/44 100m in a time of 10.57 seconds.
KP could still play at Old Trafford Cricket: England batsman Kevin Pietersen will be given longer to prove his fitness for the third Ashes Test against Australia, which starts on Thursday.
Redknapp says player is not training with teamby Lewis Jones at Roots Hall Football: QPR manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that Adel Taarabt hasn’t trained since being sent home from the recent pre-season trip to Exeter for disciplinary reasons.
The Liverpool club's hopes this season could rest on Roberto Martinez’s ability to fend off raids from his predecessor for his leading playersby Mike Wilton Football comment: The prevailing wisdom is that Everton had been punching above their weight throughout the 11-year reign of the now Manchester United manager David…
Saturday, 27 July 2013 00:00

Con-Dems accused of wasting 2012 legacy

Labour MP claims coalition blew the opportunity of a lifetimeby Adrian Roberts Olympics: Labour launched a scathing attack on the coalition government todAY for “squandering” the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Saturday, 27 July 2013 00:00

Mo Farah focused on World Championships

Athletics: Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah is excited to be returning to the scene of his triumphs last summer but has vowed not to push himself too hard due to the looming World Championships.
Football: Barcelona coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino has told Manchester United to forget about signing midfielder Cesc Fabregas.
South Londoners may be headed for a relegation scrap but they won’t go quietlyby Greg Leedham Football comment: Such were the riches on offer in May’s Championship play-off final that some pundits claimed whoever won would be happy even if they suffered immediate relegation from the Premier League.
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