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Wimbledon bosses defend prize money boost

Raised for fourth consecutive year with singles winners set to earn £1.88 million in the 2015 grand slam.

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Premiership 'in danger of turning into F1'

Wasps owner Derek Richardson launches defence of salary cap despite club on verge of becoming richest rugby outfit in the world.

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Klopp option to replace Pep - Beckenbauer

Former Germany star and Bayern president says club have considered Klopp as a potential coach in the past, and the BVB boss would fit in "very well."

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Fergie: Ronaldo more complete then Messi

Ronaldo and Messi have long been accepted as the world's two best players, having shared between them the Ballon d'Or and its predecessor, the FIFA Wo

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Man Utd starting to look beyond De Gea?

Many would understand if David De Gea left Man Utd this summer, but his departure should be the catalyst to building a more balanced team.

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Fan makes girlfriend take Arsenal exam

She passed - performing admirably ending with a thoroughly respectable score of 87 percent (43.5 out of 50). Who said romance was dead?

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England should follow Australia's lead

Brock James believes players based abroad should be picked for international duty if they are good enough.

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Giroud: Arsenal won't alter style

Olivier Giroud insists his team will never change their approach to the game in a bid to try and challenge Premier League champions-elect Chelsea.

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Leeds have 'interest' in Hasselbaink - agent

The agent of former Leeds United star Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink has fuelled specualtion that the 43-year old will take over as manager at Elland Road.



The Premier League's popularity has made it the be-all, end-all at the expense of other comps, writes Rory Smith.


Marco Reus has said he is "very optimistic" Borussia Dortmund can defeat Bayern Munich in the DFB Pokal tonight.