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Kris Holland and Alan Jewell

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  1. Over and out

    That's all from Tuesday's edition of Sportsday, on what has been a difficult day for England manager Sam Allardyce.

    If you are joining us late, the Daily Telegraph has alleged Allardyce, 61, used his role to negotiate a £400,000 deal and also offered advice on how to "get around" rules on player transfers.

    The FA is investigating the claims.

    From 18:30 BST we'll have live text commentary of the Champions League games involving Tottenham and Leicester City.

    Sportsday returns at 08:00 BST on Wednesday. Thanks for joining us and we'll see you then.

  2. Durham and ECB hold talks


    Chester-le-Street, Durham

    Durham are in talks with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) following claims they could face a points deduction for receiving financial support from the governing body.

    Advanced payments were made to Durham by the ECB in May 2016 to ensure the club could carry on playing.

    The monies related to fees for staging the Sri Lanka Test later that month.

    Read more on this story here.

  3. Derby boss Pearson suspended


    Nigel Pearson

    Derby County manager Nigel Pearson has been suspended by the club and will not be in charge of the team for Tuesday's Championship match with Cardiff City.  

    The Rams are 22nd in table with six points from nine games.

    In a statement, the club said: "Nigel Pearson will not be carrying out his duties at tonight’s game at the request of the club."

    Assistant manager Chris Powell will take charge of the team against Cardiff.

    Pearson was appointed Derby boss in May. Read our developing story here.

  4. BreakingDerby boss Pearson will not take charge of Cardiff match


    Derby County say that manager Nigel Pearson will not be taking charge of tonight's Championship game at Cardiff City "at the request of the club".

  5. Hendrick targeting more goals


    Jeff Hendrick scores for Burnley against Watford

    Burnley record signing Jeff Hendrick says he wants to become a regular goalscorer after finding the net in Monday's 2-0 win over Watford.

    The 24-year-old Republic of Ireland midfielder joined the Clarets from Derby for £10.5m this summer.

    "I said in the team room before the match to Stephen Ward that I'd love to get a goal and it felt great to do it," he told Press Association Sport. 

    "It's what I want to start doing now, scoring a few more goals from midfield, and it's going in the right direction. 

    "I'm making a conscious effort to get forward a bit more, saying to myself 'I need to score more' and thankfully I've got two now this month. Hopefully I can carry on getting more." 

  6. Live Coverage on the BBC

    Leicester v FC Porto; CSKA Moscow v Tottenham (19:45 BST)

    From 18:30 BST you can follow 5 live Final Score, Radio 5 live and text commentary updates of all the action in tonight's round of Champions League matches, including Leicester City v FC Porto and CSKA Moscow v Tottenham. 

    Keep up to date with all the action right here on the BBC Sport website and app.

    You can set reminder alerts and view all upcoming live coverage right here

    Champions League live page
  7. Champions League preview


    Spurs and Leicester City are the only British teams in action in Tuesday's Champions League matches - but there's plenty more to look forward to.

    Arguably the most eye-catching fixture is Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid at the Westfalenstadion in Group F.

    Meanwhile in Group H, Serie A champions Juventus travel to Dinamo Zagreb as Sevilla entertain Lyon.

    View all of the Champions League fixtures here.

  8. 'Allardyce needs to name names to survive'


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    Video caption: Sam Allardyce: Only way for his survival is to give up names - Eccles

    The only way for England manager Sam Allardyce to keep his job is to apologise, give up any outside commercial interests and name those still involved in third-party ownership of players, says former Football Association executive Julian Eccles.

    The FA is investigating allegations that Allardyce used his role to negotiate a £400,000 deal and also offered advice on how to "get around" rules on player transfers.

  9. Petrov offered non-league coaching role


    Former Aston Villa player Stiliyan Petrov has been offered a coaching job with National League North side Nuneaton Town.

    Petrov, 37, retired in 2013 after being diagnosed with leukaemia, but trained with Villa in the summer.

    He was not offered a playing deal, but Nuneaton boss Kevin Wilson says he could join them in a player-coach role.

    Read more here.

    Stiliyan Petrov
  10. Palmer 'was our captain' - Love

    Ryder Cup, Hazeltine National, Minnesota (30 September - 2 October)

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    Video caption: Palmer 'was our captain' - Davis Love III

    US Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III describes Arnold Palmer as "our captain" after the death of the golfing legend aged 87.  

  11. Who wants to speak about Allardyce?


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Soccerex

    Soccerex has turned into a bit of a wild goose chase in central Manchester today.

    Former FA chief executive David Davies is one of the main moderators, former Bolton striker Kevin Davies has been here. Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn - whose manager Eddie Howe would be a major contender for the England job if Sam Allardyce did get sacked - was speaking.

    All of them are interested to know what is happening with England manager Sam Allardyce - but none of them wanted to speak about him.

    Image caption: Simon's view for most of the day
  12. Gordon to start against Man City

    Champions League Group C, Celtic v Man City (Weds, 19:45 BST)

    Craig Gordon will start for Celtic against Manchester City in their Champions League Group C match in Glasgow on Wednesday.

    The Scotland goalkeeper had lost his place in recent weeks to summer signing Dorus de Vries.

    But he replaced the Dutchman at half-time during Saturday's 6-1 thrashing of Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership.

    And manager Brendan Rodgers told the media that Gordon would be back in the starting line-up against City.

    That was despite De Vries, who had suffered a chest injury, being back in training on Tuesday.

    Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon
  13. Four in a row would be amazing - Garcia

    Ryder Cup, Hazeltine National, Minnesota (30 September - 2 October)

    Sergio Garcia at the 2012 Ryder Cup

    Spaniard Sergio Garcia has become one of the European team's talismen since making his Ryder Cup debut as a 19-year-old (below) in 1999.

    This week's competition at Hazeltine will be his eighth appearance as a player while he acted as a vice-captain in 2010.

    "Everyone knows how much I love the Ryder Cup. It's not going to be easy but it will be a great challenge," Garcia, 36, said.

    "We have the possibility of winning four in a row, which would be amazing and first time in European Ryder Cup history.

    "It's a unique experience - I think that's why we fight so hard to get into the team." 

    Sergio Garcia at the 1999 Ryder Cup
  14. 'Remember to breathe'

    Ryder Cup, Hazeltine National, Minnesota (30 September - 2 October)

    Andy Sullivan

    Englishman Andy Sullivan, 30, is one of six rookies on the European team at the Ryder Cup and Rory McIlroy has been in his ear offering words of advice. 

    Sullivan said: "It's OK someone telling you what to expect but you take your own experience. Rory said 'remember to breathe'.  

  15. Schmeichel could return for Foxes

    Champions League Group G, Leicester City v Porto (19:45 BST)

    Kasper Schmeichel

    Leicester City keeper Kasper Schmeichel could return for his side's first Champions League game at home when they host Porto this evening.

    Schmeichel has been out for three games since the Foxes beat Club Brugge in their opening Group G game.

    The Denmark international missed two games with concussion and was sidelined for the defeat at Manchester United on Saturday with a groin strain.

    French midfielder Nampalys Mendy misses the game with an ankle injury.

  16. Put your questions to Everton's Coleman


    Seamus Coleman

    Everton right-back Seamus Coleman is about to take part in a live Q&A on our Facebook page at Goodison Park where children are learning to play blind football.

    Head over here to put a question to the Republic of Ireland international.

    View more on facebook
  17. Spurs missing key men in Moscow

    Champions League Group E, CSKA Moscow v Tottenham (19:45 BST)

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says his squad has enough depth to cope with their injury problems, despite losing their opening Champions League match against Monaco.

    Striker Harry Kane remains sidelined with an ankle injury for the group game at CSKA Moscow this evening.

    Spurs will also be missing left-back Danny Rose and midfielders Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele and Moussa Sissoko.

    Dier, Rose and Dembele are absent with hamstring injuries.

    "We've signed several strong players to increase the competition in the team and now despite the injuries we're still a competitive side." said Pochettino.

  18. On this day...


    In 1987 Europe's Ryder Cup team made history by inflicting the first home defeat on the United States since the tournament began in 1927. The Europeans, under captain Tony Jacklin, won 15-13 to retain the title in Ohio.

    Tony Jacklin
  19. Rodgers 'so proud' of Sterling

    Champions League Group C, Celtic v Man City (Weds, 19:45 BST)

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is looking forward to renewing acquaintances with his former Liverpool player Raheem Sterling in the Champions League. 

    Sterling is likely to start for Manchester City at Celtic Park tomorrow night, and Rodgers says he has enjoyed watching the player's career develop since giving him his debut when he was 17.

    "I've been so proud to watch him," Rodgers said. "He's a great boy to work with and it's been great to see him grow from 17 years old as a player and as a person. He's really shown that with focus, he's a top-class player. He was brilliant for me. I'm looking forward to seeing him, but hopefully he doesn't play that well."

    Rodgers was also asked about a newspaper investigation into England manager Sam Allardyce, and was critical of the reporters' approach. "What a tactic that is," he said. "He's just going into the job. It's embarrassing for part of the [media] profession. I've nothing to say or add to it."

    Brendan Rodgers and Raheem Sterling
  20. Mickleburgh to leave Essex


    Jaik Mickleburgh

    Batsman Jaik Mickleburgh is to leave promoted Essex when his contract expires at the end of September.

    The 26-year-old scored 4,978 runs in 101 first-class matches for the county and also played 38 limited-overs games.

    Read more.