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League One Yeovil Town book an FA Cup third-round meeting with Manchester United after beating Accrington in their replay.
Cliftonville come out on top in a thrilling semi-final and keep alive their hopes of a third consecutive League Cup success.
Dale Jennings strikes twice as non-league Chester's hopes of another FA Cup upset are clinically ended by Barnsley.
Full-back Dale Jennings scores a wonderful solo goal to send Barnsley into the FA Cup third round.
Tim Vickery explains why the Club World Cup - barely noticed in Europe - is the highlight of the South American football calendar.
Former Fifa advisor Michael Hershman pleads with Michael Garcia not to quit over his World Cup bidding report.
Spanish star Alberto Contador on crashing out of the Tour, his glorious return at the Vuelta and his rivalry with Chris Froome.
England's Alastair Cook says he does not know if he will captain the one-day international team in the 2015 World Cup.
Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau is not guaranteed to start for Newport Gwent Dragons says director of rugby Lyn Jones.
Accrington defender Tom Aldred watches his defensive header loop over his goalkeeper's head and trickle narrowly wide during his side's FA Cup second round replay at Yeovil.
Ferrari have parted company with two more major figures as their year of turmoil takes another turn.
Hartlepool United appoint former Rotherham and Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore as manager, following Paul Murray's exit.
Everton's Tim Howard accepts that former US team-mate Brad Friedel didn't block his 2003 move to Manchester United.
Great Britain's most decorated female Paralympian Dame Sarah Storey will bid to break the women's hour record in 2015.
Which England player is dynamic? Who is raw and should be persevered with? And what should happen to Alastair Cook?
A football fan who ripped up pages of the Koran during a match is banned from every football ground in England and Wales.
Alan Shearer describes Thierry Henry as "one hell of a player" after the former Arsenal and France striker announced his retirement from football.
BBC football analyst Pat Nevin looks for reasons why British football has struggled to produce 'number 10s', and asks whether the answer could lie in sporting cultural differences.
Scotland will host Northern Ireland in an international friendly at Hampden on 25 March, the Scottish FA confirms.