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Video Assistant Referees could be used in EFL Cup first round next season

Video Assistant Referees could be deployed in English football as early as August when the EFL Cup first round takes place.

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Daniel Levy suggests Tottenham could play at White Hart Lane next season

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has suggested the club could continue playing at White Hart Lane next season.

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Jo Pavey upgraded to 10,000m bronze at 2007 World Championships

Jo Pavey is set to receive the first global medal of her career - 10 years late - after it was confirmed she would be upgraded to 10,000 metres bronze at the 2007 World Championships.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic hints at extending Old Trafford stay

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hinted he will stay at Manchester United after claiming he will "never leave a job unfinished".

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Lord Ouseley urges PL boss to show more 'leadership' on BAME manager issue

Anti-racism campaigner Lord Ouseley has called on Premier League boss Richard Scudamore to show more leadership in the effort to increase the number of football managers from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.

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WADA president wants early call on Russia's participation at 2018 Winter Games

World Anti-Doping Agency president Sir Craig Reedie has called for a decision to be made on Russia's participation at the 2018 Winter Olympics at the earliest moment.

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Graves identifies 'watershed moment' as ECB proposes city-based T20 tournament

Colin Graves has identified a "watershed moment" as English cricket calls on key stakeholders to give the go-ahead for a new city-based Twenty20 tournament.

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Mohammad Irfan banned for a year after admitting corruption charges

Mohammad Irfan has been banned from all cricket for a year and fined £8,000 after admitting corruption charges during this year's Pakistan Super League.

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I felt sick on discovering extent of Coleman injury, says Ashley Williams

Ashley Williams has revealed he felt "sick" when he realised close friend Seamus Coleman had suffered an horrific leg fracture as the pair went head-to-head with World Cup qualification at stake.

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Maria Sharapova: I want to end my career on my terms

Maria Sharapova said she fought for the truth so she can end her career on her terms.

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Vauxhall to end Home Nations sponsorship deal after 2018 World Cup

Vauxhall will end a seven-year sponsorship deal with England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland when its current agreement expires after the 2018 World Cup.

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Sale winger Denny Solomona wants to play for England after switching codes

Denny Solomona has his sights on an England place following his controversial switch to rugby union.

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Deschamps backs TV replays despite decisions going against France in Spain loss

France coach Didier Deschamps believes the use of TV replays will prove the "evolution of football" after watching his side lose 2-0 against Spain at the Stade de France, where the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) came into play for two key goal decisions.

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Roger Federer to face Tomas Berdych in Miami quarter-finals

Roger Federer's impressive start to the 2017 campaign continued as he beat Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6 7-6 in the fourth round of the Miami Open.

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Leon Smith: Andy Murray could be feeling effects of quest to get to number one

Leon Smith believes Andy Murray could be paying the price of his efforts to get to world number one.

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Jeff Astle's family urge PFA chief Gordon Taylor to quit over brain injury issue

Jeff Astle's daughter and widow have called for Gordon Taylor to quit as chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association after accusing the union of letting down the late West Brom and England striker.

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ECB chairman rallies support for T20 shift at Lord's meeting

Colin Graves is calling on English cricket to embrace a "ground-breaking opportunity" to ensure a new city-based Twenty20 tournament becomes reality.

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UK Sport 'concerns' over Jess Varnish affair add to British Cycling's troubles

Elite funding agency UK Sport has told British Cycling's board it has "serious concerns" about its handling of allegations against ex-technical director Shane Sutton and has still not received key information about the case.

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Dustin Johnson skips Houston Open to focus on Masters

World number one Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from this week's Shell Houston Open in order to rest ahead of the Masters.

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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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