1hTom Adams

Anti-Kroenke sentiment at boiling point

The sentiment against owner Stan Kroenke is reaching a boiling point among Arsenal fans, writes Tom Adams.

1hMattias 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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1mJames Dall

Leicester on brink of fitting glory at United

Win at Manchester United on Sunday and the Premier League title is Leicester's -- but can Louis van Gaal's side spoil the party at Old Trafford?

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47mNate Saunders

Hamilton tops FP2 as Vettel hits trouble

Lewis Hamilton returned to the top of the timing screens in Sochi as Sebastian Vettel broke down during Friday's second practice session.

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16hDermot Corrigan

Corrigan: Villarreal in control vs. Liverpool

Villarreal are in control of their Europa League semifinal vs. Liverpool thanks to a late winner in Thursday's first leg, writes Dermot Corrigan.

52mStephan Uersfeld

Guardiola tells media: I'm not dead yet

Pep Guardiola told the media he is "not dead" yet despite their efforts to "kill" him after Bayern's Champions League semifinal loss at Atletico.

4hLuke 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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23hMiguel Delaney and Jim Caple

Debate: Best way to crown a champion

Leagues like the NBA and NHL determine their champions in a way that is quite different from a circuit like the Premier League. Which system is better? Read the debate and cast your vote.

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7hESPN Staff

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.

4hNick Miller

Miller: Greatest title run-in rants

In this edition of the Top Tenner, Nick Miller looks back on the greatest managerial rants from Premier League title races over the years.

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7hStephan Uersfeld

BVB may make Hummels wait for Bayern

Borussia Dortmund have said Mats Hummels could still be at the club next season despite admitting that he wants to join Bayern Munich.