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Libby Dawes

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  1. TTFN...

    We will be leaving you now but not to worry...

    There is a desk full of football experts sat about 5 metres from me, who are desperate to tell you all about Northern Ireland v Germany and they will be doing so here. 

    Doesn't it look fancy...

    BBC Sport

    By the way, the result of the vote is as follows:

    Wales - 47%

    England 47%

    Northern Ireland - 6%

    So that clears nothing up then.... you lot can't decide between England and Wales!

    And with that, I bid you adieu. 

    Good afternoon all! 

  2. Zlatan to retire from international football



    Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is strongly linked with a move to Manchester United, says he will  retire from international football after Euro 2016.

    The former PSG, Barcelona and Inter Milan striker has scored 62 goals in 115 games for his country.

    His final game could be the crucial match against Belgium on Wednesday as Sweden attempt to qualify for the last-16.

    He said: "The last game (at Euro 2016) will be my last for Sweden, so I hope it will not be tomorrow.

    "I am very proud of what I have achieved and will always bring the Swedish flag with me."

  3. Dedication to a sweepstake...

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  5. Zlatan to retire from international football


  6. Euro predictor

    There is still time to predict the result of the final round of group games, starting with Northern Ireland v Germany.

    Pitch your predictions against friends and other fans. Create leagues and collect points to see who comes out on top

    Play it here.

  7. Reading FC Academy manager dies, aged 48


    Very sad news from Reading FC. 

    "It is with the deepest and most profound sadness that Reading Football Club regretfully inform its supporters of the passing of Eamonn Dolan, who we tragically lost yesterday evening following a courageous battle against cancer at the age of 48. 

    "Our sincere condolences go out to his family and many, many friends. Eamonn was, and will forever remain, one of our own."

    Eamonn Dolan
  8. Watch:

    Live tennis

    Watch live coverage of Radwanska v Lucic-Baroni on day four of the Aegon International Eastbourne 2016 here or on BBC Two.

    It looks like a lovely day there...

  9. Get Involved - #bbcsportsday

    Northern Ireland v Germany build-up (Kick off: 17:00 BST, BBC One)

  10. Get Involved - VOTE

    No not that one....

    Who will go further in Euro 2016? 

    England, Northern Ireland or Wales ?

    You can start voting using the Vote tab or to the right of this post...


    (You haven't got long by the way... The vote will close at 15:15 BST)

  11. Another year older...

    Michel Platini

    John Edrich (cricket) - former Surrey and England batsman, born 1937.

    Michel Platini (football) - former UEFA president and former France midfielder and manager, born 1955.

    Robert Sidoli (rugby union) - retired former Wales and Dragons lock, born 1979. 

  12. Your thoughts and score predictions - #bbcsportsday

    Northern Ireland v Germany build-up (Kick off: 17:00 BST, BBC One)

    Chris GL Lovell: No matter what the score, 'our wee country' has done us proud already, that being said 1-1 draw to confirm progress 

    Andrew Roach: Plan to watch Northern Ireland v Germany at Belfast City Airport - hopefully a good atmosphere and a better result than last night.

    James: Germany 4-0 Northern Ireland. Sorry, bitter truth you all don't want to hear!

  13. Breaking...Speaking of which

    Competitors from Russia and Kenya must have extra checks before they can take part at Rio 2016, the International Olympic Committee has said.

    Sportspeople from countries deemed 'non-compliant' with anti-doping rules will have to be declared eligible by their sport's international federation.

    The IOC met in Lausanne on Tuesday and agreed a five-point plan "to ensure a level playing field for athletes at the Olympic Games".

    More on this story here. 

  14. Dame Kelly Holmes backs IAAF's ban on Russia


    Double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes has welcomed the IAAF's decision to uphold Russia's ban from international competition.

    The ban was imposed after accusations of state-sponsored doping.

    Dame Kelly Holmes

    It means Russia's track-and-field team is suspended from the Rio Olympics,although individual athletes can compete if they prove they are clean.

    Dame Kelly, who won the 800m and 1500m in Athens, told BBC Radio Kent: "Until we make a stance, nothing changes."

  15. Behind the scenes with BBC Olympic Sport


    BBC Sport are filming in Sheffield with the GB Boxing team today... 

    Here is Nicola Adams talking to our TV team - this interview, coming soon to a BBC Sport silky feature near you.

    Nicola Adams
  16. Lukaku's agent sees things changing at Everton...


    Lukaku's agent sees things changing at Everton...

    Romelu Lukaku's agent has offered Everton hope that they can hang on to the striker with the arrival of Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park. 

    AC Milan and Paris St Germain are reportedly interested in signing the Belgian striker. 

     However, representative Mino Raiola told Belgian newspaper Sportwereld: "If he leaves, it's has to be a good deal for all parties involved. 

     "Everton don't need money anymore. Rom wants to play for a club that can win trophies. Something's changed at Everton - there's a new project". 

  17. Paralympian robbed at gunpoint in Rio

    Rio 2016

    Worrying news from Rio de Janeiro, less than two months before the Olympics Games start...

    An Australian athlete who has competed in six Paralympic Games has been robbed at gunpoint in the Brazilian city.

    Liesl Tesch said a man brandishing a gun pushed her off her bicycle and stole it on Sunday.

    Australian Paralympic team physiotherapist Sarah Ross also lost her bicycle in the attack.

    The Australian Olympic Committee has said Rio must improve security in the city in the aftermath of the robbery.

  18. Hearts fans - before you book your flights...


    Hearts have had their Europa League opening fixture switched for a second time.

    Hearts were drawn out second against Estonian side Infonet and head coach Robbie Neilson initially welcomed playing the away leg first, but the opening game was subsequently switched to Tynecastle because of a fixtures clash in Tallinn. 

    Now the second leg has been moved forward 24 hours, causing further problems for fans who booked flights. 

    A club statement read: "Heart of Midlothian's Europa League qualifying match away to FC Infonet has now been confirmed as taking place in Tallinn on Wednesday, July 6th. 

    "The club has only been able to access this information this morning, hence an update being provided at this time. "The club can only apologise for any inconvenience caused. We are in dialogue with the SFA and UEFA and will provide further updates in due course."

  19. 'No team is flawless' - O'Neill

    Northern Ireland v Germany build-up (Kick off: 17:00 BST, BBC One)

    Lyle Jackson

    BBC Sport NI in Paris

    Northern Ireland believe they can "hurt" world champions Germany in their final Euro 2016 Group C match, says manager Michael O'Neill. 

    A draw at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday would secure O'Neill's side a place in the last 16, but they could progress even with a defeat. 

    O'Neill said: "This is a special moment for Northern Ireland. 

    "There is no team that is flawless. It is up to us to maximise opportunities with whatever possession we have."

    What do you think NI fans? Score prediction? Have your say using #bbcsportsday

  20. A bad week for Russian sport...

    BBC Monitoring

    Russian fans

    It has been a week to forget for Russian sport. First the ban over doping which threatens their athletes' participation in the Rio Olympics, then a humiliating group-stage exit from Euro 2016.

    During Monday's 3-0 defeat by Wales which sealed their fate and led coach Leonid Slutsky to offer his resignation, Ukrainian commentator Andriy Stolyarchuk compared the Russia team to a "Chinese counterfeit which breaks every time pressure is put upon it".

    "I wonder what words journalists will use to describe this defeat, and what words the Russian football bosses will use to justify themselves," he added.

    Read more here.