Neville backs Carrick to be 'fantastic' United captain.
Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville says Michael Carrick has all the tools to succeed as captain.
Dobell: Hard-line selection policy to be relaxed.
In the past, players who did not take part in regional domestic tournaments were not selected to play for West Indies. That is about to change
WATCH: Pogba, Lukaku play 5-a-side in LA.
Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku kept busy ahead of preseason with a five-a-side match in Los Angeles.
The Sweeper: Ronaldo's visit, Zidane's exit.
Cristiano Ronaldo visits his newborn twins, Real Madrid release Zidane's son and more in The Sweeper.
Olympian Williams-Mills is proud of her scars.
Novlene Williams-Mills, who won a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, is proud of the scars on her chest that are a constant reminder of her battle with breast cancer.
Messi at 30: How much is left?
Sid Lowe reflects on Lionel Messi's legendary career now that the Argentine has hit age 30.
The Sweeper: Madonna supports Benfica.
Madonna supports a dream of her son, Pogba lights it up on the basketball court and more in The Sweeper.
A WI squad with only two centurions.
The 13-man squad set to play India has a combined experience of 211 ODIs. MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh, by themselves, have played more
Caribbean Corner: Catching up with Joevin Jones.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop chat with Trinidad & Tobago's Joevin Jones about the state of T&T and his future in Seattle.
SportsCenter: Top 10 Plays.
Relive some of the highlights from Thursday's action around the globe.
Ronaldo playing high stakes with Real Madrid.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden isn't overly convinced Cristiano Ronaldo will be leaving Real Madrid after recent reports suggesting otherwise.
The Sweeper: Usain Bolt to feature in PES 2018.
Usain Bolt is coming to Pro Evolution Soccer, Christos FC's Cinderella run ends and plenty more in the Sweeper.
WI eye series win, crucial points for WC qualification.
Ranked ninth on the ICC ODI rankings, West Indies will target a series win against Afghanistan and some crucial form under their belts before the home series against India
E:60: Setenta Sete, part 1.
The city of Chapeco has always had a passionate bond with its soccer team, but it was never stronger than during a magical run to the 2016 Copa Sudamericana finals.
E:60: Setenta Sete, part 2.
The tragic crash of Chapecoense's chartered flight took 71 lives and left only six survivors. Soon after, the club began the difficult process of rebuilding for the 2017 season.
Caribbean Corner: Marley pursuing NFL dream.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop chat with Nico Marley, the grandson of Bob Marley, who signed with the Washington Redskins in the NFL.
'A dent in our reputation' - Ganga.
Darren Ganga gives his thoughts on West Indies non-participation in this year's Champions Trophy
WATCH - Donald Trump rebuffed by Morris.
South Africa's Chris Morris wasn't forthcoming when offered a handshake by a Donald Trump impersonator
Caribbean Corner: Talking West Indies with Jeff Dujon.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop chat with West Indies legend Jeff Dujon about the team's struggles after their series against Pakistan.
Hislop: James Rodriguez doesn't fit in at Real Madrid.
Shaka Hislop believes Zinedine Zidane is not to blame for James Rodriguez's troubles at Real Madrid.
WATCH: Chelsea players swarm Conte in dressing room.
Antonio Conte and his Chelsea squad continued their wild post-match celebrations in the dressing room.
The Sweeper: Messi embarrasses Cillessen.
Lionel Messi embarrasses Cillessen at Barca training, Wenger Out chants overtake WWE Raw and much more in The Sweeper.
WATCH - Taylor nabs hat-trick for Sussex.
West Indian Jerome Taylor took an excellent hat-trick for Sussex in their Royal London One-Day Cup match against Essex
The Sweeper: Conte 'The Confather.'
A ref was shown a red card, Messi shows off his jersey collection and Conte's daughter holds a unique sign in The Sweeper.
Messi's four-match international ban lifted.
Lionel Messi has won his appeal against a four-game ban on World Cup qualifying duty with Argentina.
Caribbean Corner: Kenwyne Jones' role in Atlanta.
Herculez Gomez joins Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes to defend his tweet about the impact Kenwyne Jones can have in Atlanta.
Am I Wrong? May the fourth NOT be with United.
Layla Anna-Lee believes Manchester United do not have what it takes to progress in the Europa League on 'Star Wars day'. Is she wrong?
Mourinho eyes shock reunion with Ozil
Jose Mourinho is reportedly eager to enquire about adding former Real Madrid star Mesut Ozil to his Manchester United squad. It's Transfer Talk.
Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid: Atleti force draw late in derby.
Antoine Griezmann's late equaliser rescued Atletico a point at Real Madrid in their derby clash.
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Super agent Mino Raiola has told an Italian newspaper that Zlatan Ibrahimovic once refused a €100 million offer to join a Chinese club.
He may be the fastest man on earth but can Usain Bolt predict this weekend's Premier League results?
Check out how each NFL stadium looks in "Madden NFL 17."
University lecturer Jarrod Gilbert lets his sociology class know what he would much rather be doing with his day
President Barack Obama says 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is exercising his constitutional rights by not standing during the national anthem and is generating conversation around topics that need to be talked about.
Ohio State student Vinny Forte hits a long-distance shot in his lecture giving his entire class a 100% on an organic chemistry quiz.
A delay of game is called on the first punt as the Nebraska Cornhuskers line up without a punter to honor Sam Foltz, who died over the summer.
A Las Vegas batter hits the ball foul but it surprisingly spins back into fair territory, where El Paso first baseman picks it up and steps on the bag for an out.
Dwyane Wade explains to ABC's George Stephanopoulos why he has mixed feeling about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's tweet following the shooting death of Wade's cousin.