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One of Germany's World Cup winners should take the Ballon d'Or in January, says Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.
Scottish golfer Carly Booth believes she can still be world number one, despite a slump in form.
Boss Mark Hammett advises Rhys Patchell to target full-back as Cardiff Blues mark New Zealander Gareth Anscombe's arrival.
Cardiff Blues coach Mark Hammett says dual contracts will "be good for Wales", but warns it will take time to see benefits.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone waives costs and charters a plane to help financially-troubled Caterham's return to racing.
Italian football is going through a "difficult generational change", says national team manager Antonio Conte.
Glasgow City and Bristol Academy avoid holders Wolfsburg in the Women's Champions League quarter-final draw.
ParalympicsGB's chef de mission for Rio 2016 Penny Briscoe tells BBC Sport she is pleased with progress made towards the Games.
Commonwealth Games lightweight champion Charlie Flynn will make his professional debut in Glasgow in December.
Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon says the club are considering whether to offer forward Eidur Gudjohnsen a contract.
Aaron Finch hits 109 and Steve Smith 73 as Australia beat South Africa by 73 runs to go 2-1 up in the five-match series.
Pakistan off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez will fly to England for tests after being reported for a suspect bowling action.
York City goalkeeper Michael Ingham is left red-faced after his decision to go up for a corner backfires.
Director of rugby Brian Smith backs London Irish to bounce back at Bath after his side lost heavily at Sale last weekend.
Scotland forwards Chris Martin, Johnny Russell and Ikechi Anya accept England were worthy winners in Tuesday's friendly.
England will face world champions Germany and hosts France in the build-up to the 2016 European Championship.
Test Match Special correspondent Jonathan Agnew will be commentating on equestrian for BBC Radio 5 live at the Rio Olympics in 2016, but his riding lessons have not gone smoothly.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan says he will interview ex-Cardiff boss Malky Mackay for the vacant managerial position.