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Michael Dawson urges Tottenham to end 10-year trophy drought with FA Cup win

Michael Dawson has urged Tottenham to end their trophy drought and win the FA Cup as more silverware will follow.

Chelsea must not be written off with top four and FA Cup up for grabs, says Victor Moses


Victor Moses believes Chelsea's win over Burnley shows why the Blues should not be written off in the race for a Champions League spot this season.

Profits soar to record levels as Premier League clubs generate £1bn thanks to TV deal and FFP

Premier League clubs doubled their operating profits to a record £1billion in the 2016-17 season, analysis from Deloitte has revealed.

Clubs unite to back Amnesty International's Football Welcomes campaign


Arsenal, Celtic, Rangers and Tottenham will be among 60 clubs across the country this weekend taking part in Amnesty International's second Football Welcomes initiative to celebrate the contribution refugees have made to the game.

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Antonio Conte talks up Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud's Chelsea partnership ahead of FA Cup semi-final


Antonio Conte says he did not substitute Alvaro Morata off against Burnley because the striker missed a chance at Turf Moor, with the Chelsea boss suggesting he could stick with two forwards up front for the FA Cup semi-finals this weekend.


London Marathon 2018 runners warned to expect record-high temperate


Warnings have been issued to runners in the London Marathon due to the rising temperatures.


ECB unveils shock plans for 100-ball domestic competition that leave players baffled


In an utterly extraordinary move the ECB have finally revealed proposals for its new domestic competition to the counties – and it will not be T20 cricket after all.

Dean Elgar to start for Surrey but Morne Morkel will miss season opener with six-week layoff


Dean Elgar goes straight into Surrey's squad for their first game of the season at The Oval on Friday, but his team-mate Morne Morkel will miss the first six weeks of the season.



Five key issues Ed Smith must address as England's new national selector


Ed Smith is due to be unveiled as England's new national selector on Friday, and it's fair to say that he is going to be very busy man.

New Liverpool kit 2018-19: Reds home shirt revealed by New Balance


Liverpool's 2017-18 campaign may still hold the promise of Champions League glory, but the club are already looking to the future with the release of their new kit for next season.

David Moyes to be given control of West Ham transfers as club prepare contract to keep manager


West Ham are poised to offer David Moyes a new deal and, if he accepts, are prepared to abandon plans for a director of football.

England's bid to select Brad Shields for tour to be blocked by New Zealand Rugby


New Zealand have threatened to scupper Eddie Jones's hopes of selecting Kiwi-born Brad Shields for England's summer tour of South Africa.


Arsene Wenger refuses to confirm if he will be Arsenal manager next season


Arsene Wenger has refused to confirm whether he will stay on as Arsenal manager next year and insisted he is only focused on winning the Europa League to salvage their season.

Gary Cahill ready to prove himself all over again for Chelsea and England


Gary Cahill feels like he has been seeing red since the start of the season, but is determined to end the campaign on a high for club and country.

Arsenal could hand Santi Cazorla a new contract as midfielder fights to save career


Arsene Wenger has revealed that Santi Cazorla could be offered a new contract by Arsenal despite facing a fight to save his career.

Marcos Alonso handed three-match ban and will miss Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final


Marcos Alonso will miss Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final against Southampton on Sunday after being found guilty by the FA of violent conduct.


Ben Foakes 'desperate for a game' after carrying the drinks Down Under


"It will feel a bit weird actually!" laughs Ben Foakes. The wicketkeeper is talking about taking the field on Friday, in Surrey's season opener against Hampshire at The Kia Oval.

Andy Murray will miss French Open despite being included in the 2018 entry list


Andy Murray has no intention of playing at next month's French Open even though he has been included on the entry list.

Thursday, Apr 19

John Fashanu admits he paid brother Justin £75,000 to hide he was gay

He admitted he was a 'monster' towards his late brother

Bell could soon toll for Amir Khan as he takes on well-paid boxing punchbag, writes Dan Jones


At 31 years old, having not boxed for two years, facing a Canadian journeyman without a serious win on his ledger, and with his own last fight a sickening knockout at the hands of one of the hardest punchers around, Amir Khan has been…

Wednesday, Apr 18

In the hole! Wimbledon buyout could see golf club members score £100,000 windfall


Members of a golf club in south-west London, including TV stars Piers Morgan and Ant and Dec, could be in line for windfalls of up to £100,000 each after it received a £50 million takeover bid from the organisers of the Wimbledon tennis…

Ed Smith back in England fold as he puts media career on hold for selector's role


Ed Smith, the journalist and former England batsman, is set to be announced this week as the national selector.

BBC's Test Match Special loses cricket radio rights to talkSPORT for England's tours of Sri Lanka and the West Indies

The audio rights to England's tours of Sri Lanka and the West Indies have been won by commercial broadcaster talkSPORT.

Tuesday, Apr 17

NBA Playoffs 2018 betting tips and predictions: Latest scores, schedule, standings and live streams


The first round of the NBA playoffs is well under way, and Tuesday night brings the resumption of two of the most intriguing and tightly-fought series of the first round.

Russian performing bear: Fifa deny claims animals will feature at World Cup 2018 after club is slammed for 'inhumane' stunt

Fifa have denied claims a performing bear used ahead of a Russian league game will be part of the opening ceremony of the 2018 World Cup.

ECB to review distribution of IPL funds after counties call for reform


The ECB have said they will review the issue of counties being compensated for losing their top stars to the IPL after it was revealed that they had missed out on tens of thousands of pounds pocketed by the governing body.

Seb Coe: It's wrong for athletes to turn their backs on championships


An athlete's career is a bit like an elongated game of poker and, at the end of it, you reveal your hand.

Monday, Apr 16

James Harris: Middlesex won't take foot off pedal after fast start


By blowing Northamptonshire away at Lord's, Middlesex's vaunted bowling attack issued the statement of intent they craved as they chase promotion back to Division One, according to all-rounder James Harris.

Lewis Hamilton admits winning F1 world title this season will be so tough


Lewis Hamilton says world title No5 would mean more to him than any of his four preceding Formula One crowns because of the challenge he is up against in 2018.

Saracens peaking at right time as big guns return for the play-offs


"Selection hasn't been difficult all year," said Mark McCall after his Saracens side secured their ninth successive Premiership semi-final spot with a six-try hammering of Bath. "And it's looking like it'll be incredibly difficult come the…

England netball stars target World Cup glory after Commonwealth gold


England's netballers have set their sights on a first World Cup win on home soil after their heroics at the Games.

Sunday, Apr 15

Daniel Ricciardo wins Chinese Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen collision


Daniel Ricciardo claimed victory in a thrilling Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday morning.

England flagbearer confirmed with Jade Jones chosen for the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games


England have named para-athlete Jade Jones as their flagbearer for the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony.

England stun Australia with last-second goal to win netball gold at the Commonwealth Games

England saved their best gold medal of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games until last as they shocked hosts Australia 52-51 in the netball final.