The latest stories from the Sport section of the BBC Sport web site.
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Vladica Petrovic realises he has been sacked by Bosnian side FK Drina Zvornik when he checks Facebook.
Manchester City Women manager Nick Cushing brands the FA's handling of the re-arranged Continental Cup game "disrespectful".
QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo appears to be on a leaked Ballon d'Or longlist along with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
England need to be streetwise to counter Australia and keep their World Cup hopes alive, says ex-England star Jeremy Guscott.
Fish & chips or bangers & mash? Big Ben or Buckingham Palace? These are the key questions facing the New York Jets players.
A presentation for becoming Real Madrid's record goalscorer, but has Cristiano Ronaldo actually broken Raul's mark?
Bristol boxer Lee Haskins to fight IBF bantamweight world champion Randy Caballero in the USA, his promoters confirm.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger calls the press "boring" after getting involved in a spat with a journalist about team selection.
Ed Joyce has stepped down as Sussex captain after relegation from Division One of the County Championship.
Pierre van Hooijdonk says former club Celtic could win the Champions League if they were part of a British league.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says he is not worried about his future at the club despite what some people see as a poor start to the season for the Reds.
A record third win on Sunday would make Treve an all-time great, says racing correspondent Cornelius Lysaght.
Wladimir Klitschko's world heavyweight title bout with Tyson Fury is rearranged for 28 November in Dusseldorf.
Russell Slade says Cardiff City are "more stable" than when he succeeded Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Bluebirds manager 12 months ago.
European indoor 60m hurdles silver medallist Lucy Hatton turns to crowdfunding to help cover costs as she eyes the Rio Olympics.
Kris Commons refuses to single out Celtic team-mate Efe Ambrose for blame following the 2-2 draw with Fenerbahce.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Aston Villa and Stoke City.
Britain's leading female jockey Hayley Turner says she can no longer succeed and is sure it is the right time to retire.