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Clark signs new Villa deal
Ciaran Clark has signed a new five-year contract with Aston Villa.
Sunderland want Januzaj loan
Sunderland are keen to sign Manchester United star Adnan Januzaj on loan, according to Sky sources.
Sako undergoing Palace medical
Bakary Sako is undergoing a medical at Crystal Palace ahead of a potential move from Wolves, according to Sky sources.
Pardew: Cabaye a real coup
Alan Pardew says he is excited by the prospect of seeing Yohan Cabaye wearing a Crystal Palace shirt next season.
De Villiers starts for Boks
Jean de Villiers returns to captain South Africa for Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with Argentina in Durban.
Richards named Villa skipper
Micah Richards has been named as Aston Villa’s on-field captain for the forthcoming Premier League season.
Terry: Falcao is top class
Chelsea captain John Terry predicts new signing Radamel Falcao will be a massive hit this season.
Honda set for engine upgrade
Honda plan to spend some of their remaining development ‘tokens’ on their troublesome engine after the summer break as they target consistent progress with McLaren over the remainder of the season.
Gotze coy over Bayern future
Bayern Munich midfielder Mario Gotze was coy about his future after scoring in the Audi Cup against a side he may face at least twice more this season, AC Milan.
Brady: Why I destroyed phone
Tom Brady says he had the mobile phone at the centre of the ‘Deflate-gate’ scandal destroyed to protect personal data – not because he had anything to hide.
Tiger: It's now or never
Tiger Woods accepts that next week’s US PGA Championship in Wisconsin could signal the end of his season.
Doping claims upset Coe
Lord Coe denies the IAAF has failed to deal with doping but admits some countries are causing a problem to athletics.
Lancaster: Burgess 'special'
England head coach Stuart Lancaster says Sam Burgess has “special” qualities but has not yet decided whether to include the league convert in his final World Cup squad.
WATCH: Guardiola's tunnel row
Bayern boss Pep Guardiola was involved in a heated exchange with AC Milan's Nigel de Jong during the half-time interval of their Audi Cup clash in Munich.
United's Champions League boost
Manchester United have been handed a boost ahead of Friday’s Champions League draw after Ajax were knocked out by Rapid Vienna in their third-qualifying round stage.
Shaw salutes Schweinsteiger
Bastian Schweinsteiger's experience is a huge boost for Manchester United and their quest to win silverware, says Luke Shaw.
Finn: We'll cope without Jimmy
Steven Finn says England’s bowlers will rise to the challenge of taking on Australia without James Anderson in the fourth Investec Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
Scudamore: Quotas not the answer
Richard Scudamore insists he is committed to working with the Football Association to help increase the number of English and home grown footballers playing at the top level of the sport.
Clarke has no plans to quit
Michael Clarke has vowed to battle on as Australia captain and dismissed claims he has lost his competitive edge as "rubbish".
Watson: Plenty still to offer
Shane Watson says he still has plenty to offer Australia despite the disappointment of being dropped after the first Investec Test in Cardiff.
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