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Andy Murray secures his place in the second week at Roland Garros, maintaining his unbeaten run on clay with a straight sets victory over Nick Kyrgios in their third round match.

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FA vice-chairman Gill rejects FIFA role

Football Association vice-chairman David Gill says the "terribly damaging events'' of the past week convinced him to reject a place on FIFA's exco.

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FIFA: Timeline of latest events

FIFA are in crisis amid corruption charges levelled at them by both the US Department of Justice and the Swiss government. Here's a timeline of events

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Man Utd cool on Clyne - sources

Manchester United have no plans to try and sign Nathaniel Clyne, leaving Liverpool as the front-runners to buy the England right-back.

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Rory McIlroy crashes out of Irish Open

US Open chances hit as World No.1 misses weekend action for second successive tournament - and third straight year at his home event.

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Ex-FIFA VP on arrest: Who gave me money?

Ex-FIFA vice president Warner issued a defiant denial of "thieving FIFA money" to supporters after leaving a Trinidad jail by ambulance on Thursday.

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FIA on the search for a new F1 team

The FIA has opened up a new selection process to try to attract a new Formula One team to the grid for either 2016 or 2017.

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Wimmer signs for Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur have announced the signing of defender Kevin Wimmer from Cologne.

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Palestine drops Israel ban motion

The Palestinian FA has dropped a request to expel Israel from FIFA at the 65th annual congress of world football's governing body on Friday.

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Bournemouth seal Atsu loan from Chelsea

Bournemouth have signed Christian Atsu on a season-long loan from Chelsea as they step up their Premier League preparations.

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Dallaglio: Itoje and Burgess can lay World Cup marker

The Aviva Premiership final will see two England hopefuls in a battle of the blindsides, with former England captain Lawrence Dallaglio backing both young stars to have an impact.

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21hDavid Usher

Benteke potentially a waste of £32.5m

Christian Benteke may not be the right fit at Liverpool considering Brendan Rodgers' system, so why is he reportedly ready to pay £32.5m for him?

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Hodgson vows to quit if not wanted

Roy Hodgson says he will walk away from his job as England manager if the tide of public opinion turns against him following Euro 2016.

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Slade: I'm ready for England World Cup role

Exeter Chief tells ESPN that he is refusing to let England talk go to his head but admits making debut at World Cup would be a dream come true.

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Nike denies bribe knowledge

Nike released a second statement in response to the U.S. Department of Justice indictments denying 'knowingly' being involved in bribery schemes.

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