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Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman says bids for Michail Antonio and Henri Lansbury are not even worth considering.
Former Wales hooker Rhys Thomas succeeds the retired Lee Byrne as Newport Gwent Dragons captain for 2015-16.
Jen Welter becomes the first female coach in the NFL after being appointed by the Arizona Cardinals.
Tour de France yellow jersey winners Team Sky will be one of nine top division teams taking part in the 2015 Tour of Britain.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright predicts the Gunners will win this season's Premier League title, even though he admits Chelsea will start as favourites.
Charley Hull and Lydia Ko have given themselves an edge as they prepare for this week's British Open, writes Iain Carter.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize, according to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
A move to Tottenham this summer would be too soon for striker Saido Berahino, says his former West Brom boss Alan Irvine.
Man Utd set to miss out on Sergio Ramos, Pedro wants Barcelona exit, Spurs to bid for Berahino, plus best of social media.
Diver Sarah Barrow finishes sixth with Tonia Coach in the synchronised 10m world final despite two shin stress fractures.
Hull City sign former Newcastle United defender Ryan Taylor on a free transfer and Chesterfield midfielder Sam Clucas for £1.3m.
Highlights from Monday's Milk Cup games with Liverpool beating County Tyrone, Antrim securing victory over Strikers and Rangers edging Sheffield United
A new Parma is cleared to compete in Italy's Serie D next season, four months after the original top-flight team went bust.
Gary Ballance hits 69 as Yorkshire beat Derbyshire by seven runs in a rain-affected One-Day Cup game.
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand is cleared to race by a landmark ruling that questions the validity of so-called gender tests.
A one-day career-best 6-47 from Liam Dawson and hundred from James Vince helps Hampshire to an 87-run win over Sussex.
British shooter Hannah Pugsley wins 300m prone rifle silver at the European Championship in Maribor, Slovenia.
All-rounder Ravi Bopara claims 4-31 and then smashes 101 not out as Essex crush Lancashire by seven wickets at Chelmsford.
England one-day opener Jason Roy smashes a century as Surrey thump Northants by 220 runs in the One-Day Cup at The Oval.