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My job is not safe, admits Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers admitted his job is by no means safe after Liverpool slumped to a "disappointing" 3-1 defeat at Crystal Palace on Sunday
Cockerill unhappy with Tigers showing
Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill admitted he was unhappy with his side's indifferent performance in their 26-5 victory over London Welsh
Murphy makes 147 on way to Ruhr title
Shaun Murphy made a 147 break in the final of the Ruhr Open as he was crowned champion in Germany - but could have made three in one day
Bruce furious at Tottenham's Vertonghen
Hull City manager Steve Bruce accused Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen of exaggerating to get Gaston Ramirez sent off, suggesting such behaviour "can't be healthy" for the Premier League
Button sure he's at the top of his game
Jenson Button insists he is still at the top of his game after he finished what might be his last grand prix fifth in Abu Dhabi
How Hamilton won the 2014 world title
With Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg set to decide their intense title battle in Abu Dhabi, Laurence Edmondson looks at how their old friendship turned sour in 2014
'I'm a sportsman, not a brand ambassador'
In the latest edition of ESPN's Week in Words, Mario Balotelli evaluates himself, Tony Bellew is overjoyed and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga gets infuriated by the boisterous Swiss fans
Double points: How the title can be won and lost
ESPN looks at the various ways in which the double points rule could impact on this year's drivers' championship
Two smart cookies, one big mistake
With the winds of change blowing at Ferrari, The Inside Line looks at Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso's imminent moves and why one of them has made the wrong choice
Strategic planning review
The F1 Strategy Group was tasked with ensuring the future direction of the sport this year but what has it actually achieved? The Inside Line casts a critical eye
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