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Jamie Carragher has retired from football. Sky Sports looks at how he signed off as a player.
Goals! takes you back to see David Beckham's best strikes from his Real Madrid days.
Follow the build-up to the fight of the year with latest news, diaries, video and more.
With David Beckham announcing his retirement, we look back on his defining moments.
Tactical analysis of Chelsea's 2-1 win over Benfica in Amsterdam to win the Europa League.
Two of John Gosden's Guineas entries could tackle Classic trials at next month's Craven meeting at Newmarket.
Elusive Kate could attempt to make it third time lucky against Excelebration in the Breeders' Cup Mile at Santa Anita next week.
With no Frankel in opposition, Excelebration has the chance to flaunt his undoubted ability in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
Connections have reported that Elusive Kate is none the worse after losing a shoe when narrowly defeated in Saturday's Sun Chariot Stakes.
John Gosden will let William Buick decide whether he rides Elusive Kate or Fallen For You in Sunday's Prix Jacques le Marois.
Elusive Kate remains unbeaten in France and could return to the continent for a tilt at the Prix Jacques le Marois or the Prix du Moulin.
A total of 45 entries have been revealed for the £160,000 Group One Kingdom Of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes at Newmarket.
Elusive Kate did most of her racing abroad in 2011 but John Gosden's Group One winning filly could make a return to the track at Royal Ascot.
Stephanie's Kitten got up late to win the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies' Turf at Churchill Downs with favourite Elusive Kate unplaced.
Richard Hannon Junior was amongst those left frustrated when officials at Churchill Downs refused a request to work on the turf course.
Sky Sports takes a look at some of the talking points from the final day of the Premier League season.
Arsenal can celebrate coming fourth, but must now set their sights higher, says Gary Neville.