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Libby Dawes and Alex Bysouth

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  1. Until next time...

    Well, it had been such a happy and heart-warming morning with all your 'kind sporting gestures' stories that genuinely reduced Libby to tears.

    But things got a little more serious this afternoon...

    There were sackings and race withdrawals and then a pie was making the headlines.

    We'll we back tomorrow, but don't venture too far as there's Champions League action tonight that you can follow on this very website, or by tuning in to BBC Radio 5 live. 

  2. Burgess' flying finish

    World Club Challenge

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    Video caption: Super League 2017: Joe Burgess' 'flying finish' earns try of the week

    Joe Burgess of Wigan Warriors scores the Super League try of the week in his side's historic 22-6 win over Australian champions Cronulla to lift the 2017 World Club Challenge.

  3. Post update

    What's that you say? Time for some gravity-defying rugby league acrobatics?

    You asked for it...

  4. Post update

    Saint-Etienne v Manchester United (Wednesday, 17:00 GMT)

    We brought you some snaps of Manchester United in training earlier, but Wednesday evening's opposition Saint-Etienne have also been put through their pre-match paces...

  5. Post update

    Sevilla v Leicester (Wednesday, 19:45 GMT)

    BBC Radio Leicester's Jason Bourne is among those enjoying a bit of culture in Seville.

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    So how about a few predictions?

    Manchester City to be out of sight after 90 minutes? Premier League champions Leicester City to shock Sevilla?

    Let us know.

  7. Champions League

    And the first-legs will be completed tomorrow, with these two games...

    • Porto v Juventus
    • Sevilla v Leicester City
  8. Champions League

    There are two Champions League last-16 ties tonight, both kicking-off at 19:45 GMT, and they are....

    • Manchester City v Monaco 
    • Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid
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    OK, let's move away from pie-gate and have a look at some actual football that will be taking place tonight where eating meat-filled pastry based snacks will only take place among the spectators, you would hope...

  10. Shaw resigns from Sutton


    You can follow the whole Wayne Shaw resigning story via this link.

  11. Sutton's Shaw resigns

    Arsenal fans were sporting this banner at Gander Green Lane last night.

    I'm sure it was aimed at Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, but it now seems quite appropriate for Sutton.

    As manager Paul Doswell said "it's a very sad end to what was a good story".

  12. Get Involved - Pie gate


    Mike OxbigfalseIf bookies are willing to lay daft bets whilst trying to be funny, tough luck. He didn't affect the game. Bang out of order. 

    Dave Ashdown: So Sutton United have had to say GoodPie to Wayne Shaw... 

  13. 'I have sympathy for Shaw'

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Jason Burt, chief football writer of the Telegraph, has been talking to BBC Radio 5 live about the incident: "They have probably done this to show it doesn't involve the club or that they are involved in that behaviour.

    "He's not a key player, so maybe it was easier to ask him to resign to keep a distance between the club and the player.

    "I don't necessarily think he should have resigned. He should have said it was a silly thing to do and apologised. 

    "It seems a brutal step for someone who is so embedded in the club. I have a lot of sympathy for him."

  14. Get Involved - Pie gate


    Andrew Primett: If Wayne Shaw knew about the Pie offer, but was hungry and didn't eat a pie, would he have been in breach of the rules ? 

    William Schofield: Shaw: such a non-story, outrageously blown out of proportion. The FA had bigger issues than a man and his pie. 

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    Your thoughts on Wayne Shaw's resignation after what is now known as "pie gate"? 

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    More from Paul Doswell, manager of Sutton United...

    "Wayne has paid a heavy price. It's one of the saddest stories in football today because he is a great character within this club. He is the President of the Community team, disabled teams and the women's team. 

    "We have done the right thing though. 

    "Unfortunately he didn't leave the board with any alternative - we've all been looked at as to whether we have had a bet.

    "It's a depressing day for me in football but I can clarify none of the players had anything to do with this and if any players have had a bet they will suffer the same consequence as Wayne."

  17. 'We are naturally disappointed'

    Here's the statement from Sutton:

    "Wayne Shaw has resigned from his role at Sutton United following the events of last evening and subsequent publicity. 

    "He has said that he 'fully understands the club's position regarding this matter.'  

    "We are naturally disappointed that Wayne's time with us should end in this manner, and would like to thank him for his contribution to the club and wish him well for the future."  

  18. Shaw leaves Sutton

    Paul Doswell says Wayne Shaw leaves the club with a heavy heart and provided "great banter" for a few weeks, but he adds the reserve goalkeeper has made a "costly error".

    "I'm devastated, the chairman is devastated. I have spoken to Wayne and the guy is in tears, crying down the phone. It is a very sad situation," he told Sky Sports News.

    "But the club cannot be seen to accept that situation. We try to run the most professional non-league club we can be.

    "It might be funny to some people ,but it shows me and the club in a bad light. 

    "We realised the implications of what happened with the FA and the gambling commission and Wayne has resigned on the back of that.

    "None of us where aware of the situation or we would have advised him against it. we conducted ourselves superbly throughout this FA Cup run, it is very unfortunate.

    "He is a very good friend of mine but it is something the board in particular found very unacceptable."

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    We'll have more from Paul Doswell in a mo...