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Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says Southampton manager Ronald Koeman's comments about defender Ron Vlaar are disrespectful.
England captain Katy Mclean has had "the craziest 48 hours" of her life since winning the Women's World Cup.
Chris Cusiter says it is an exciting prospect to play alongside England fly-half Danny Cipriani at his new club Sale Sharks.
Lancashire captain Glenn Chapple says the last-over win against Durham drags other sides into a relegation battle.
Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer is close to completing an £8m move to QPR after undergoing a medical.
Jason Smyth regroups from his event reclassification to ease into the T12 100m final at the IPC European Championship.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Maribor and Celtic.
Warwickshire captain Jim Troughton announces his immediate retirement because of a persistent back problem.
Guernsey's Miles Munro makes the final of the 50m freestyle at the Olympic Youth Games in Nanjing.
From Batley and Wakefield to Wembley, BBC's Super League Show chart the journey Castleford Tigers and Leeds Rhinos have taken to the Challenge Cup final.
Hull KR sign London Broncos' England Knights international winger Kieran Dixon on a three-year deal.
After three humiliating defeats by England, calls are getting louder in India to sack captain Mahdenra Singh Dhoni.
East Fife Supporters' Trust hopes to buy the League Two club following the resignation of chairman Lee Murray.
Former captain Ravi Shastri will oversee the India team for the ODI series in England, but head coach Duncan Fletcher stays on.
Russell Brand goes behind the scenes at Match of the Day ahead of his appearance on the show. The comedian prepares for his time as a Match of the Day pundit for Sport Relief and talks about his memories of programme.
Will England Women's Rugby World Cup win hasten the change to professionalism, or is sevens where the game's future lies?
Formula 1 commentary legend Murray Walker gives his thoughts on who has performed well and who has struggled in the 2014 season so far.
Dan Walker is joined by former Manchester United and Everton player Phil Neville for this week's Focus Forum, as he gives his thoughts on Man United's "disaster" last season.