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Favourite for Leicester job Mancini expresses sympathy for sacked Ranieri

Roberto Mancini, the favourite to replace Claudio Ranieri as Leicester manager, has expressed his sympathy for his compatriot following his sacking.

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Manchester United to take on FC Rostov in Europa League last 16

Manchester United will play Russian side FC Rostov in the last 16 of the Europa League.

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Wembley clash can be a defining moment for EFL Cup rivals

Manchester United v Southampton - Jose Mourinho's well-drilled machine versus the constantly regenerating upstarts.

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Leicester's greatest manager: A timeline of Ranieri's reign

Leicester have sacked manager Claudio Ranieri nine months a stunning Premier League title success last season.

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Ben Te'o to start for England against Italy

Ben Te'o will start a Test for the first time after being named at outside centre for England's RBS 6 Nations clash with Italy at Twickenham on Sunday.

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Gary Lineker: I cried over Claudio Ranieri's Leicester sacking

Gary Lineker has revealed Leicester's "inexplicable" decision to sack title-winning manager Claudio Ranieri reduced him to tears.

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Celtic fined by UEFA over crowd trouble against Manchester City

Celtic have been fined 19,000 euros (£16,051) by UEFA owing to the conduct of some of their fans during the Champions League defeat at Manchester City in December.

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Wigan-Widnes fixture goes ahead as venue is switched

Wigan's Betfred Super League fixture with Widnes on Friday night will go ahead after all, but at the home of their opponents.

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Dele Alli says sorry to Tottenham and Gent's Dejaegere for horror challenge

Dele Alli apologised to team-mates and Gent midfielder Brecht Dejaegere for his reckless tackle as 10-man Tottenham crashed out of the Europa League.

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Lewis Hamilton confident of regaining world title

A confident Lewis Hamilton has claimed he is in the best shape of his career and vowed to regain his Formula One world title.

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Swansea boss Paul Clement set for 'special' Stamford Bridge return

Swansea head coach Paul Clement admits it will be special when he returns to Stamford Bridge but insists it does not provide him with any extra motivation.

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Survey finds British public prefers better grassroots facilities to more medals

Three in four Britons would rather spend government money on improving grassroots sport than chasing Olympic and Paralympic medals, according to a survey conducted by Pro Bono Economics.

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IAAF permits three Russian athletes to compete under a neutral flag

Three Russian athletes have been declared eligible to compete internationally under a neutral flag by the IAAF's Doping Review Board, the governing body has announced.

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Mike Catt's return to Twickenham with Italy adds spice to Six Nations clash

Mike Brown will welcome Mike Catt back to Twickenham despite knowing that England's former skills coach might still hold some key inside information on the RBS 6 Nations champions.

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Pat Perez predicts Tiger Woods will not play again

American golfer Pat Perez believes Tiger Woods will not play again after being forced to pull out of last month's Dubai Desert Classic with back spasms.

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Olympian Max Whitlock reveals the Queen is a fan of gymnastics

The Queen loves watching gymnastics, according to Olympic star Max Whitlock who was appointed an MBE for his services to the sport.

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Lewis Hamilton not missing Nico Rosberg as he looks to new season with Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton has admitted he will not miss Nico Rosberg and has drawn a line under last season's championship defeat to his long-term rival.

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Sailor Sir Ben Ainslie nearly turned to Sir Chris Hoy's pedal power

Sir Ben Ainslie contemplated calling on Sir Chris Hoy for help in his bid to win Great Britain's first America's Cup in 166 years.

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BT Sport to broadcast FIFA 17 finals as e-Sports' rise continues

BT Sport has agreed a deal with EA Sports to broadcast people playing FIFA 17, the UK's most popular video game, for the first time on British and Irish television.

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Lutalo Muhammad using Rio 'tough pill' to fuel Tokyo Olympics gold mission

Lutalo Muhammad will never forget the agony of the last-second defeat that cost him Olympic taekwondo gold but has no doubt his story can have a fairytale ending in Tokyo.

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