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Gareth Southgate unaware of timescale on Wilfried Zaha's international future

Gareth Southgate had not appreciated Wilfried Zaha's international future was on a "disappearing egg timer", but the England manager is only interested in players desperate to represent the country.

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Wiggins calls Brailsford's marginal gains mantra 'a load of rubbish'

Sir Bradley Wiggins has dismissed the marginal gains process at the centre of British Cycling's success under Sir Dave Brailsford as "a load of rubbish".

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Raiders' move from Oakland to Las Vegas approved by NFL's owners

Las Vegas will be home to an NFL franchise after the league's 32 owners approved the relocation of the Oakland Raiders.

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Robbie Fowler: Merseyside derby will be perfect send-off for Ronnie Moran

Robbie Fowler believes next week's Merseyside derby will provide a fitting Anfield send-off for former Liverpool captain and assistant manager Ronnie Moran.

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Dele Alli determined to keep edge to his game

England playmaker Dele Alli has no intention of abandoning his aggressive edge as he deals with the challenge of being a marked man.

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New city-based Twenty20 tournament takes giant stride closer

English cricket's new city-based Twenty20 tournament is a giant stride closer after counties supplied the mandate necessary to "trigger" a postal vote for constitutional change.

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Johanna Konta remaining grounded as she eyes up Miami Open semi-finals

Johanna Konta knows she has a tough task in front of her as she aims to make the Miami Open semi-finals.

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Roger Federer's hot streak continues as he beats Juan Martin del Potro in Miami

Roger Federer's brilliant start to 2017 continued with an impressive win over Juan Martin del Potro in Miami.

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Martin O'Neill says Gareth Bale lucky not to be sent off for John O'Shea tackle

Martin O'Neill remains convinced Gareth Bale was fortunate not to see red as the Republic of Ireland's World Cup qualifier showdown with Wales turned ugly.

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Jermain Defoe hoping vegan diet can keep him on course for World Cup

Evergreen England striker Jermain Defoe has turned to veganism in a bid to stay on top of his game at 34.

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Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman looking to future after breaking leg

Seamus Coleman is already looking to the future as he sets out on the long road to recovery from his horrific double leg fracture.

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Andy Murray set to miss GB Davis Cup tie against France due to elbow 'tear'

Andy Murray's elbow injury is set to keep him out of the Davis Cup quarter-final tie with France next week, according to brother Jamie.

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Ban halved for Dinamo Zagreb player who failed drug test after Arsenal win

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has cut Arijan Ademi's doping ban from four years to two after the Dinamo Zagreb and Macedonia midfielder persuaded an appeal panel he had not intentionally cheated.

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City fined over penalty protests during Liverpool clash

Manchester City have been fined £35,000 for the misconduct of players during their recent Premier League clash against Liverpool, the Football Association has announced.

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Boro defender Gibson: It was a 'dream' to link up with England squad

Middlesbrough captain Ben Gibson has spoken of his pride after earning his first senior England call-up for Sunday's 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Lithuania.

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Gloucester deny reports that flanker Carl Fearns will no longer join this summer

Gloucester have hit out at "unfounded and unwelcome" claims that Carl Fearns had performed a U-turn on his decision to join the Cherry and Whites for next season.

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Lewis Hamilton says his hunger to be world champion has doubled

A determined Lewis Hamilton has said he wants to win the world title more than ever before, and claimed his hunger has doubled this season as he prepares for a battle royale with Sebastian Vettel.

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Adam Lallana: England have a better chance with experience of Jermain Defoe

Adam Lallana believes England have a better chance of winning trophies if the likes of Jermain Defoe are in the squad.

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Bradley Lowery enjoys "amazing" Wembley experience with his mate Jermain Defoe

Bradley Lowery described his day watching his "best mate" Jermain Defoe make a successful return to the England squad as "amazing" and "fabulous".

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Wembley pays tribute to victims of Westminster attack

Wembley paid an emotional tribute to victims of the Westminster terror attack ahead of England's World Cup qualifier against Lithuania.

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