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Manchester United could reach an agreement to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka for about £55 million as early as today. reports progress in talks with Crystal Palace.
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Exclusive: Controversial performance chief Dave Reddin set to leave the FA, reveals
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"If the value of rugby is rising, you wonder why they wouldn’t hold on a bit longer. Maybe the offers now are just too tempting." Right or wrong, the Leicester Tigers sale is a risk, writes
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"This could have been a blissful summer for Newcastle fans, but ,instead, they straddle a familiar knife-edge." Rafa Benítez provided improbable hope, but failed to appreciate his true importance, writes
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Newcastle are starting from scratch in their search for a new manager after announcing that Rafa Benítez will leave his role when his contract expires on Sunday, reports
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. says that Andy Murray, the former British No 1, is a changed man since his triumphant return from hip surgery
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Alex Carey, the Australia wicketkeeper, had to start at the bottom of the cricket ladder after his AFL dream was dashed, writes
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Cameroon implode, England advance and Marta bows out is joined by , , and to discuss the latest action
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A match between and was always going to be a special occasion, but this encounter was not supposed to carry quite so much significance in terms of qualification for the semi--finals |
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In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, England coach Eddie Jones tells how he used sport as a way to fit in when growing up as an outsider. Listen now or download from iTunes or Spotify
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NEW: In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, England head coach Eddie Jones tells about his methods, reveals his key influences, and explains why England are serial underachievers Listen here or download from iTunes
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"I have set up team meetings and not turned up, set up training sessions and not turned up." In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, England head coach Eddie Jones tells about his methods and his key influences Listen now
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Exclusive from that Leicester Tigers are inviting takeover offers
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"It’s a battleground between the clubs and the RFU and you sit in the middle, and you are blamed for most things." In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, Eddie Jones tells why he thinks the England team underachieve Listen now
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"The only reason I am coaching is because I love coaching. What other people think really doesn’t bother me." In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, England head coach Eddie Jones tells about his passion for his job. Listen now
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Should we have sympathy for Cameroon? How much must England improve to beat Norway? Has any player had a greater impact on the women's game than Marta? is analyses it all with , , and
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"The only reason I am coaching is because I love coaching. What other people think really doesn’t bother me." In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, England head coach Eddie Jones tells about his passion for his job. Listen ...
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NEW: In the third of 's LifeTimes interviews, England head coach Eddie Jones tells about his methods, reveals his key influences, and explains why England are serial underachievers Listen here or download from iTunes
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Eoin Morgan has said that he will not try to stop supporters from booing Steve Smith and David Warner when his side meet today in a crucial match at Lord’s, reports
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England Under-21 return home today wondering what may have happened if Aidy Boothroyd had believed more in 's Phil Foden, whose touches lit up their European Under-21 Championship dead rubber with Croatia last night, writes
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