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Hull City release defender Paul McShane and goalkeeper Steve Harper following their relegation from the Premier League.
Worcester boss Dean Ryan says the promotion system needs changing, despite winning the Championship play-off final.
Jamie Murray does not expect his brother to ask for any tips despite having just beaten Andy's next opponent.
English FA chairman Greg Dyke says Friday's Fifa presidential election should still go ahead and that Prince Ali can beat Sepp Blatter.
Bradford City reject Sheffield United's approach to speak to boss Phil Parkinson, BBC Radio Sheffield reports.
Heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson says she would be disappointed not to win a World Championships medal in Beijing this year.
Amir Khan is not distracted from Friday's bout with Chris Algieri in New York by a potential fight with Floyd Mayweather.
Mathew Tait could remain at Leicester Tigers next season despite agreeing a move to French side Bayonne in January.
Talented East End boxer Kevin Mitchell who "lived like a monk" before booze derailed his career has another shot at a world title.
Scott Williams will make the most of his opportunity with Wales following Jonathan Davies' injury says Tom Shanklin.
FAW officials to have talks with Prince Ali bin al-Hussein before deciding who to vote for in the Fifa presidential election.
Former Watford, Cardiff and Wigan boss Malky Mackay says he would consider a job in Scottish football.
When the first FA Cup final was played in 1872 football's rules had not even been finalised. But what was the story of the day?
Gloucester sign England Under-18 international fly-half Mat Protheroe from National League One club Hartpury College.
Rapper and Arsenal fan Wretch 32 relives the moment his team secured an FA Cup quarter-final victory over Manchester United.
BBC Sport looks back at some of the quirkier moments from this season's FA Cup competition.
BBC Sport takes a look at the FA Cup final performances of six players whose exploits have made them folk heroes in English football's greatest showpiece.
The former Norwich home of Brazilian motor-racing legend Ayrton Senna is sold by an estate agents which was unaware of its connections to the star.
Outgoing Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard's debut for Los Angeles Galaxy is pencilled in for 11 July.
Real Madrid eye Raheem Sterling, Danny Ings to snub Spurs, Bayern keen on Angel Di Maria, plus more.