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Lyon play hardball with Lacazette

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas is, as always, determined to get the best deal possible for Arsenal target Alexandre Lacazette.

Proteas must regroup and move forward

Proteas will need to put in a significantly improved performance to keep the T20I series against England alive in the second match at The County Ground in Taunton on Friday.

Tavecchio hits out at 'offensive' agent fees

Italian Football Federation President Carlo Tavecchio has had a dig at Mino Raiola and the exorbitant figures earned by agents for lucrative football transfers.

India can trump Aussies in rankings with Windies whitewash

Virat Kohli will aim to consolidate his number-one batting position on the ICC ODI Player Rankings and also help India reclaim the number-two ranking when he captains his side in the five-ODI series against ninth-ranked the West Indies from Friday.

Montella: Donnarumma master of his own destiny

AC Milan manager Vincenzo Montella has revealed that he will patiently wait on Gianluigi Donnarumma's decision regarding a new contract.

Newlands clash gets green light

The Springboks will head to Bloemfontein for the first time since 2010 and host New Zealand at Newlands in this year's Rugby Championship.

Kohli: We all respect Kumble's decision

India captain Virat Kohli says he respects Anil Kumble as a cricketer and his decision to step down as national team coach but will not speak out of the dressing room.

ICC Agenda for final day of meeting

The International Cricket Council (ICC) today outlined the process for the incorporation of a new governing body for cricket in the USA and confirmed all cricket activities should continue during the transition period following the expulsion of the USA Cricket Association from ICC membership.

High praise for Paterson

Within five months to the day, Dane Paterson has undergone a remarkable transformation.

Souness: Mou, Pep under more pressure than before

Graeme Souness believes Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and his opposite number at Manchester City, Pep Guardiola, are under heavy pressure.

Zimbabwe and Madagascar start with wins

Monday's COSAFA Cup action produced six goals as Zimbabwe and Madagascar got their campaigns off to positive starts.
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