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Platini suspension surprises Boyce
Former FIFA vice-president Jim Boyce has expressed surprise that UEFA president Michel Platini has been caught up in the current scandal.
Wigan wing ready for finale
Wigan Warriors wing Joe Burgess is determined to make his final game for the club “something to remember” when they take on Leeds Rhinos in the Super League Grand Final.
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Klopp expected 'by Friday'
Liverpool are in advanced talks to bring in Jurgen Klopp as their new manager and hope to confirm the deal within 48 hours.
'No Sunderland Bradley approach'
Sunderland have not approached Stabaek concerning manager Bob Bradley, the Norwegian side have told Sky Sports News HQ.
Redknapp impressed by Klopp
Jamie Redknapp believes Jurgen Klopp can get Liverpool performing at their peak again and bring the club's fans back on side if he is named the club's next manager as expected.
Mardle: Barney trouble
After Raymond van Barneveld crashed out to Adrian Lewis at the World Grand Prix in Dublin, Wayne Mardle is worried about the Dutchman's career.
Hamann: Fans will take to Klopp
Former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann believes compatriot Jurgen Klopp will be a hit among the club's fans, should he be appointed as manager at Anfield.
Riedle backs Klopp for Reds
Former Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool striker Karl-Heinz Riedle believes Jurgen Klopp would be a good fit for the club if he becomes the next manager at Anfield.
Cruyff critical of LVG, Jose
Johan Cruyff says Louis van Gaal is playing the wrong style of football at Manchester United and has criticised the behaviour of Jose Mourinho.
Final coaches wary of each other
Both head coaches agree Leeds Rhinos are favourites to win the Super League Grand Final this weekend - but each is wary of what the other side might achieve at Old Trafford.
Sinfield keen to finish with win
Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield is hoping to finish his illustrious career with the club on a high when they face Wigan Warriors in Saturday’s Super League Grand Final.
Aldridge wants Ancelotti
John Aldridge expects Liverpool to appoint a new manager within a week and would like Carlo Ancelotti to succeed Brendan Rodgers.
Tindall: Don't sack Lancaster
Former England captain Mike Tindall says sacking Stuart Lancaster would be a waste of three years of progress.
Aldridge shocked by Rodgers exit
Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge admitted he was shocked to hear the news of Brendan Rodgers' sacking as Liverpool manager.
Gray backs Allardyce for Sunderland
Sam Allardyce is the "perfect” man to take charge of Sunderland, former player Michael Gray has claimed.
Joseph: It's knock-out rugby
Jonathan Joseph admits it is do-or-die time for England when they take on Australia at Twickenham on Saturday.
Olympic Stadium order appealed
The decision ordering West Ham to release financial details of the club's move to the Olympic Stadium has been appealed.
Cech omission stuns Merson
Paul Merson says he does not understand Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Petr Cech on the bench for Arsenal's crucial Champions League clash with Olympiakos.
Wane set for Giants challenge
Wigan coach Shaun Wane is preparing his side for a tough test against Huddersfield in Thursday's Super League semi-final at the DW Stadium, live on Sky Sports.
- Liverpool hope to appoint new manager Jurgen Klopp by Friday
- Johan Cruyff critical of Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho
- Liverpool fans will take to 'passionate' Jurgen Klopp says Dietmar Hamann
- Jamie Redknapp impressed by Jurgen Klopp as appointment looms
- Karl-Heinz Riedle backs Jurgen Klopp for Liverpool job