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LIVE - French Open CourtCast

Follow all the action from Day Five at Roland Garros with Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic all in action.

2hESPN staff

Suarez's biting ban appeal considered

Luis Suarez's ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini could be appealed in the wake of FIFA's crisis, according to the Uruguayan Footballers' Union.

2hESPN Staff

Benitez confirms Napoli exit

Napoli have called an unexpected news conference for Thursday as reports linking Rafael Benitez with the head coach's vacancy at Real Madrid continue.

2hAssociated Press

Blatter chairs emergency meeting

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has chaired an emergency meeting with continental football bodies, while staying out of public view himself.

5hPA Sport

Gerrard LA debut July 11

Steven Gerrard is expected to play his first game for the Los Angeles Galaxy on July 11 and will release an autobiography on Sept. 24.

4hNate Saunders

FIA will not ban F1 alcohol sponsorship

Governing body president Jean Todt says the matter is out of the FIA's hands and that it is down to brands to educate people not to drink and drive.

6hESPN staff

Blatter welcomes FIFA probe

Blatter, who was not arrested, revealed that he wanted to restore the public's trust in FIFA.

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7hJames Dampney

Pochettino: Kane will be fresh

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino believes his star striker Harry Kane will be fresh before the start of the 2015-16 season despite a busy summer.

1dESPN staff

Van Gaal: United need signings for title

Louis van Gaal has said Man United's hopes of competing for the Premier League title next season rest on how they perform in the transfer market.

19hESPN staff

Advocaat leaves Sunderland to retire

Advocaat, 67, kept the club in the top flight this season after taking over from Gus Poyet in March, but said that he no longer wishes to work.



UEFA president Platini spoke privately with Blatter on Thursday morning and urged him to quit, but the Swiss refused:


UEFA member associations have agreed to unite behind Prince Ali in Friday's FIFA vote, reports the Press Association.