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Manchester tops ESPN's Greatest Sporting City study

Manchester has beaten out London to be revealed as the greatest sporting city in the UK, according to research from ESPN and the universities of Gloucester and Bath.

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13hPeter O'Rourke

Wilshere faces up to 3 weeks out - sources

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is likely to miss this weekend's Premier League opener and could face up to three weeks on the sideline, sources say

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12hKevin Palmer

Rio: Di Maria will regret Man Utd exit

Former Man United defender Rio Ferdinand believes Angel Di Maria will regret his failure to make a success of his career at Old Trafford.

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Cipriani re-bailed and available for RWC

A police spokesman confirmed on Tuesday that Cipriani, 27, had been re-bailed to a date in mid-November pending further inquiries.

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1hESPN Staff

Moriarty set for Wales debut against Ireland

England Under-20 World Cup winner Ross Moriarty will make his Wales debut in Saturday's World Cup warm-up Test against Ireland at the Millennium Stadium.

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3hChris Wright

Disguised Ronaldo surprises young Real fan

In a new viral video, the Portuguese superstar dons a beard and tracksuit to show off his skills in a Madrid shopping centre.

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5hAlex Shaw

Young a fighter; Di Maria shirks challenge

Ashley Young will look to build on a positive 2014-15 at Manchester United and Angel Di Maria's exit to PSG will boost his prospects, says Alex Shaw.

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9hESPN Staff

Man City friendly in Vietnam incurs losses

The chief organiser of last week's exhibition game by Manchester City in Vietnam says he incurred big financial losses, despite a near sell-out crowd.

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13hJohn Brewin

Arsenal 'serious' for trophies - Ox

"Personally and I can speak for the rest of the squad, we've been serious every single year I've been at the club about winning trophies."

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Expect Wenger vs. Mourinho to continue

What the imminent Premier League season requires is a rivalry at the top, a battle between managers to take the stakes higher still, writes John Brewin.

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39mSteven Lynch

Cavendish closes in

Mark Cavendish won his 26th stage of the Tour de France last month. Only two other cyclists have won more, who are they? ESPN's resident experts have the answer.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso vents frustration at current F1 regulations

Fernando Alonso admits he has been tempted to race in other motorsport categories because of the increasingly restrictive set of regulations governing Formula One.

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1dJames Tyler

Tyler: Premier League Survival Guide

As Bournemouth, Norwich and Watford embark on Premier League adventures, James Tyler looks at recently relegated teams and offers some survival tips.

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BREAKING: Bournemouth have signed St Etienne and Ivory Coast winger Max Gradel.