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Thursday 6th February 13:45
Ulster captain Johann Muller has announced he will retire from rugby at the end of the season.
Monday 25th November 14:56
Ulster have confirmed that Rory Best fractured his forearm during Ireland's last-gasp defeat to New Zealand on Sunday.
Tuesday 29th October 09:26
Ulster have suffered a blow with the news captain Johann Muller has been ruled out for four to six weeks.
Monday 22nd October 10:12
Ulster are set to be without captain Johann Muller for eight weeks after he underwent surgery on his thumb.
Tuesday 17th May 11:08
Ulster lock Johann Muller has agreed a one-year extension to his contract, the Irish club revealed on Tuesday.
Tuesday 15th June 07:44
The Sharks have completed the signing of second row Ross Skeate from Toulon
Tuesday 4th May 09:36
Johann Muller has played his last game for the Sharks after being ruled out for six weeks with a broken arm.
Wednesday 3rd February 12:17
South African Johann Muller is set to join Ulster at the end of the Super 14 competition after agreeing a two-year contract.
Tuesday 20th January 09:23
Sharks lock Johann Muller is to captain the side again, having guided the team during the 2008 Super 14 as well as to Currie Cup glory.
Monday 14th January 22:23
Johann Muller will captain the Sharks during the 2008 Super 14 season.
I watched Bath v Saracens last Friday and was very impressed with George Ford and how well he controlled that game for Bath. I would love to see him play a big role in the autumn internationals and I hope Stuart Lancaster starts him for at least two of the four Tests.
The England coach will be chatting with Sky Sports News on Monday - tweet us your questions using #asklancaster
The former England player and coach, now coaching USA, talks to Sky Sports about his teams chances of qualifying for Rio in 2016, as well as the ongoing issues currently facing Kenya's 7s team.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com