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Martial to sign for Man United, says FFF

Louis van Gaal insists he will not panic-buy despite his side having scored just three goals in four Premier League games, though rumours have emerged that they're still in the hunt for another striker.

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Naholo in as All Blacks name World Cup squad

Waisake Naholo, who fractured a leg in his New Zealand debut just six weeks ago, is part of the 31-man All Blacks squad that will defend their World Cup title this autumn.

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England given focus in T20 with Australia

Both have barely played across the shorter format in the last 12 months, so Monday's clash in Cardiff should give a fair indication of where they are.

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Murray expecting 'fired up' Kyrgios

Andy Murray is expecting Nick Kyrgios to thrive off the build-up surrounding their first round encounter at the US Open.

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Koeman insists Wanyama is not for sale

Ronald Koeman has told Victor Wanyama to follow the example of Morgan Schneiderlin and give his best to Southampton despite wishing to leave the club.

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Armistead claims second World Cup win

Lizzie Armistead claimed the UCl Women's Road World Cup for the second year running after winning Saturday's Grand Prix de Plouay-Bretagne.

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Spurs target Pato keen on Sao Paulo stay

Reported Tottenham Hotspur target Alexandre Pato has said he wants to remain at Sao Paulo but acknowledged it may not be his decision.

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Campbell: Cut GB relay team funding

Darren Campbell believes the Great Britiain men's 4x100 metre relay team should have their National Lottery funding cut following their dismal display at the World Championships in Beijing.

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England's centres conundrum

Who were the last double-new caps to appear as England's centre-pairing? ESPN's resident experts have the answer.



Philipp Hosiner scored his first goal for Cologne just six months after undergoing surgery to remove a kidney tumour.