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2hESPN staff

United deny pre-contract with Mourinho

Manchester United have denied having a pre-contract agreement with Jose Mourinho, who is expected to be appointed as their new manager following Louis van Gaal's exit.

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LIVE: French Open

Andy Murray returns to action against first-round opponent Radek Stepanek, with Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal also headlining a star-studded day in Paris.

17hRichard Jolly

Jolly: Van Gaal's fatal five missteps

Now that Manchester United have parted company with Louis van Gaal, Richard Jolly pinpoints the missteps that did in the Dutchman.

4hStephan Uersfeld

Gotze not signing for Liverpool - father

Bayern Munich forward Mario Gotze will not be joining Liverpool, the Germany international's father and new manager has told Suddeutsche Zeitung.

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1hPA Sport

Tuilagi to miss England's Australia tour

Manu Tuilagi will miss England's tour to Australia next month with a hamstring problem, the Rugby Football Union has announced.

Skip, Stephen A. call McGregor 'delusional' (2:02)
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Lowry leads Raptors back from brink

Like the team he has led back from a 2-0 deficit, Kyle Lowry's resiliency was on full display on Monday as Toronto tied up the East finals.

Adams takes kick from Green below the belt (0:23)
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20hPA Sport

Watson closes in on Rio with Gibbs victory

Heather Watson raced out of the blocks on day two of the rain-affected French Open, winning five straight games to seal a three-set victory over Nicole Gibbs.

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15hDavid Hopps at Edgbaston

Whirlwind Woakes stakes England claim

Chris Woakes justified his emergency call up by England with career-best figures of nine for 36 to restrict Durham to 190.

13hArindam Rej

Rashford could make England debut if fit

"If he is fit, we can see what we can do from Monday to Friday, but it would be nice to give him some game time," Hodgson told reporters.

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Four-Ball: What's next for McIlroy, Spieth?

Monday Four-Ball: Our experts discuss what's next for Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, the Muirfield decision and the U.S. Open favorite.

Boxer celebrates too much, too soon (0:45)
19hTony Evans

Evans: Klopp deserves criticism

Jurgen Klopp is worshiped at Liverpool, but that's part of the problem: The manager must be held accountable for club's failings.

22hPA Sport

Benitez and Newcastle locked in talks

Rafa Benitez and Newcastle remain in talks more than a week after the Spaniard could have left St James' Park, Press Association Sport report.

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1dESPN Staff

Eubank 'shocked' by Blackwell criticism

Nick Blackwell has criticised the reaction of Chris Eubank Jr. and his father following the British middleweight clash which left him fighting for his life.


Brady fights back by filing new suspension appeal

Tom Brady and his legal team filed an appeal Monday seeking a second hearing by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, a panel of which upheld the Patriots quarterback's suspension in April.

1dNate Saunders

Dennis: McLaren will dethrone Mercedes

Ron Dennis is convinced it will be McLaren, not Ferrari or Red Bull, which will put an end to Mercedes' dominance in Formula One.

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20hNate Saunders

Vettel to headline Schumacher charity game

Sebastian Vettel is set to captain a charity soccer match in honour of Michael Schumacher against a team led by German NBA legend Dirk Nowitzki.

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2dPA Sport

England to learn Tuilagi fate in 48 hours

Manu Tuilagi's fate will be decided in the next 48 hours when the severity of the hamstring injury that threatens to rule him out of England's tour to Australia is confirmed.

2dESPN staff

Pardew: Forgive me for my Wembley dance

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has asked for people to "forgive" him for his celebratory dance after his side took the lead in the FA Cup final.

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2dTristan Barclay

London Sevens: Scotland claim first title

They might have claimed the overall World Sevens Series crown on Saturday, but Fiji are no longer in the running to win the London leg after suffering a narrow defeat by South Africa.

McGregor on Mayweather: He needs me (2:06)



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