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A throwback to the miserable 1990s

People in England are only really interested in the cricket team when it is losing - which makes for an interesting summer of Ashes action, writes Alan Tyers.

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3hLaurence Edmondson

Ferrari has been lucky in 2015 - Montezemolo

Ex-Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo believes his old team has lucked into its success this year due to a lack of competitive rivals.

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Adebayor opens up with letter on Facebook

Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has given a lengthy insight into the complicated personal life that has at times overshadowed his career.

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1dSimon Barnes

A champion of the mind

Bingham casts off his 'bottler' tag to prove his strength and that of a much-maligned sport, writes Simon Barnes.

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3hRichard Jolly

De Gea: I'm still improving

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has said he is confident his best is yet to come and is happy with his performances this season.

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Coloccini issues plea to Newcastle fans

Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini has begged the club's fans to put their anger to one side and cheer the Magpies to a crucial Premier League win.

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11hDan Rafael

What do boxing fans want next?

Fight fans got what they were waiting for, but now that Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao is over, what's next? Dan Rafael lists the bouts he wants to see sooner rather than later.

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1mSteven Lynch

Wrong note for Jordan?

Ask Steven features a number of experts, headed by Steven Lynch, who answer your questions across a variety of sports.

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7hSteve Bunce

Searching for Spinks

Steve Bunce tries to pick his way through the mess the Mayweather-Pacquaio superfight - 'the biggest event in Las Vegas history' - left behind.

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Robson pulls out of French Open

Former British No. 1 has set her sights on the grass-court season and Wimbledon after not being fit enough for Roland Garros.

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Greaves' recovery from stroke to be 'long'

Jimmy Greaves is aware of the seriousness of the stroke he suffered, the former England striker's wife Irene has revealed.

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