Manchester United might not win the Premier League again for another decade, says former England international Danny Mills.
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Ireland clinch a dramatic final-ball victory over Zimbabwe in their World Twenty20 opener in Bangladesh.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels "conned" by Jonathan Trott's decision to leave England's winter Ashes tour.
Liverpool's 3-0 win at Manchester United is the performance of a team that believes it will win the Premier League, says Phil McNulty
New Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo is already showing himself a worthy replacement for Mark Webber, says David Coulthard
Dereck Chisora is to take on Tyson Fury in a world title eliminator on 26 July, says promoter Frank Warren.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says they are "genuine contenders" for the title after a 3-0 win at Manchester United.
The Oscar Pistorius trial hears from a firearm specialist who says the athlete has good knowledge of the rules on gun use and dealing with intruders.
Two English footballers are banned for life by Fifa after helping fix games in Australia for a global betting syndicate.
Mark Cavendish wins his second race of 2014 with a trademark finish on the Adriatic coast in Italy.
ParalympicsGB chief Tim Hollingsworth says the future is bright for winter sport after the team's Sochi success.
England captain Stuart Broad insists he will be fit to play a "full part" in his side's World Twenty 20 campaign.
Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood says he needs the club to remain patient with him if he is to succeed at White Hart Lane.
Lewis Hamilton says he is "quite relaxed" about retiring from the first race of the season while team-mate Nico Rosberg won.
Former Wales flanker Martyn Williams believes Alun Wyn Jones and Taulupe Faletau should miss the national team's tour of South Africa.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney says the 3-0 loss to Liverpool is one of the lowest moments of his career.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce defends striker George Boyd over accusations he spat at Manchester City keeper Joe Hart.
Derek McInnes pays tribute to chairman Stewart Milne after Aberdeen beat Inverness in the Scottish League Cup final.
Referees have been told to prepare for an increase in the reporting of abusive behaviour as the Football Association launches its latest anti-discrimination drive.
Reigning county champions Durham sign Australia all-rounder John Hastings as their overseas player for the 2014 season.
Australia reveal Michael Clarke scored 161 not out with a fractured shoulder in the third Test win over South Africa.
Alejandro Canizares wins his first European Tour title in eight years as he claims the Trophee Hassan II by five shots.
Australia's John Senden claims only his second PGA Tour title in 13 years by winning the Valspar Championship in Florida.
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Mo Farah is "feeling good" despite collapsing after finishing the New York half-marathon second behind Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai.
Britain's Kell Brook beats Alvaro Robles in eight rounds in Liverpool to set up a world welterweight title bout.
South African batsman Richard Levi returns to Northants to join their T20 and one-day squads for 2014.
Carlos Betancur becomes the first Colombian to win the Paris-Nice race, while GB's Geraint Thomas is forced to pull out.
The curtain comes down on the 2014 Winter Paralympics with a colourful and spectacular ceremony in Sochi.
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Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo is excluded from the Australian GP for breaching fuel consumption rules, having finished second.
Teenager Charley Hull overcomes a five-shot deficit on the last day to clinch a play-off victory at the Lalla Meryem Cup.
Trainer David Pipe claims a fourth successive victory in the race as 13-2 favourite Goulanes triumphs at Uttoxeter.
Spain's Pol Espargaro will have surgery on a suspected broken collarbone after crashing during final testing in Qatar.
Hosts Russia finish top of the medal table and Britain equals its best performance as Sochi 2014 comes to an end.
Marc Sneyd scores 11 points against Hull FC to help keep Castleford's perfect Super League start intact.
Keith Wood believes Joe Schmidt's Ireland team can continue to progress despite Brian O'Driscoll's retirement.
Shaun Murphy fends off a fightback from Mark Selby to claim the Haikou World Open title 10-6 in China.
Great Britain's men's water polo team fail to qualify for the 2014 European Championship after a play-off defeat by Romania.
Novak Djokovic fights back to beat Roger Federer in a tie-break decider in a thrilling final at Indian Wells.
GB men win 5,000m relay bronze and Elise Christie is fourth in her final at the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships.
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