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3hJohn Brewin

Brewin: Prem's top 4 can learn from Foxes

Lost in the fairytale of Leicester's remarkable run are some simple lessons that the Premier League's traditional powers should heed, writes John Brewin.

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18hMattias Karen

Wenger blames pundits for fan unrest

Arsene Wenger says he understands why Arsenal fans are frustrated but suggested their planned protest had been driven by pundits with an "agenda."

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18hNate Saunders

Alonso on head protection: No need for heroes

Fernando Alonso has thrown his support fully behind whichever cockpit protection device the FIA chooses for 2017, saying F1 "does not need heroes".

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3hSteve Bunce

Exiled DeGale deserves 'big homecoming' he craves

Life on the road in North America has treated James DeGale well professionally and financially, but he deserves to be more than an undercard attraction in Britain.

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17hPA Sport

British Cycling review to conclude after Rio

The independent review into allegations of bullying and discrimination at British Cycling will conclude after August's Olympic and September's Paralympic Games in Rio.

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Thumbs up, thumbs down for second-round picks

NFL Nation reporters hand out a thumbs up or a thumbs down on each second-round draft pick. The Seattle Seahawks' move for Jarran Reed was well received but the New York Jets have gambled on Christian Hackenberg.

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19hLaurence Edmondson

Ricciardo: Visibility 'fine' with Aeroscreen

Daniel Ricciardo said Red Bull's Aeroscreen concept had no major impact on visibility when it was run during first practice for the Russian Grand Prix.

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1dLuke O'Farrell

Martinez on the brink at Everton

Everton's situation has become has become embarrassing and unnecessary. Roberto Martinez has lost Everton fans but the board deserve blame too.

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14hPA Sport

Gloucester earn first win at Sale since 2001

Stand-in fly-half Greig Laidlaw kicked Gloucester to their first Aviva Premiership triumph at Sale since 2001 following a 12-11victory at the AJ Bell Stadium.

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British cyclist Simon Yates fails drugs test

British cyclist Simon Yates tested positive for a banned substance during the Paris-Nice race on March 12 in a result his team has blamed on administrative error.

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Armstrong asks judge to end government suit

Lance Armstrong filed a motion for summary judgment, asking that the U.S. government's lawsuit to recover millions in sponsorship money be ended.

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