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New England coach Trevor Bayliss turned down the job in 2014 and again last week, says former colleague Geoff Lawson.
Durham ease to a six-wicket win at Worcestershire on the fourth morning at New Road to go top of Division One.
In the year where it would have been his 100th birthday, how Sir Stanley Matthews made it third time lucky in the FA Cup final at the age of 38.
Southend United's assistant manager is charged with assault following an incident hours before the team's bus parade to celebrate its promotion.
Hull KR sign prop Tony Puletua on loan from Super League rivals Salford Red Devils until the end of the season.
Wales centre Jonathan Davies is ruled out of the Rugby World Cup after suffering a serious knee injury.
John Hughes hopes Inverness Caledonian Thistle can win the Scottish Cup final and boost their regular following.
Peter McGrath says Fermanagh are determined to atone for last year's defeat by Antrim in Sunday's Ulster SFC rematch.
One team played without goal posts, one played only half a season - what was Jose Mourinho on about at Chelsea's awards.
Magician Dynamo re-lives the moment League One Bradford City knocked league leaders Chelsea out of the FA Cup.
A member of the crowd catches a bat which flies into the stands in an Independent League game between St. Paul Saints and Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks.
Hooker Dylan Hartley's disciplinary troubles could hurt England's World Cup chances, says ex-England star Matt Dawson.
Manchester City's friendly against Major League Soccer side Houston Dynamo on Friday is in doubt after flooding.
BBC Sport has shortlisted the best 10 FA Cup final goals of the last 50 years ahead of a vote. Watch them all here.
Plans for a hotel, flats, offices and conference facilities linked to Cardiff's Millennium Stadium are unveiled by the Welsh Rugby Union.
Six Fifa officials including vice-president Jeffrey Webb are held in dawn raids at a Zurich hotel ahead of Friday's presidential election.
Peter Houston says keeping his players relaxed rather than match sharp is key to Falkirk lifting the Scottish Cup.
Six football officials are arrested at a hotel in Zurich, Switzerland, over corruption charges at governing body Fifa, officials say.
Whose Premier League mileage could take them to the Bahamas? And who clocked up 1,718.2 miles before their team won?
Gareth Bale's fine performances for Wales this season have contrasted with those for Real Madrid, says Kevin Ratcliffe.