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  1. Thousands won in bets on Chelsea's Terry
  2. Arsenal shareholder Stan Kroenke says his shares not for sale
  3. Scotland call up Murphy for England game
  4. Cricket: Knight & Taylor included in England World Cup squad
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  2. On this day...

    1999: Newly-crowned Premier League champions Manchester United beat Newcastle 2-0 in the FA Cup final at Wembley. They went on to win the Champions League final against Bayern Munich four days later to complete an unprecedented treble.

    Manchester United players celebrate winning the FA Cup in 1999
  3. On this day...

    1946: Manchester United great George Best was born in Belfast.

    Best spent 11 years at the Old Trafford club with perhaps his crowing moment coming in the European Cup final in 1968, where Best scored United's second goal in a 4-1 extra-time victory over Benfica at Wembley. He was also voted European Footballer of the Year later that year.

    He died in 2005 after a long battle with alcohol addiction.

    George best celebrates winning the 1968 European Cup with Sir Matt Busby and Paddy Crerard
    Image caption: George best celebrates winning the 1968 European Cup with Sir Matt Busby and Paddy Crerard
  4. Happy 30th Djokovic!


    Many happy returns to Serbia's world number one Novak Djokovic who celebrates his 30th birthday today.

    Novak Djokovic hires Andre Agassi

    Novak Djokovic celebrates
  5. Your worst Premier League XI of the season

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    Mark: Bravo, Sagna, Stones, Wimmer, Terry, Moreno, Sissoko, Delph, Sturridge, Jesus Navas, Janssen

  6. "Yes, you go around the outside and cross..."

    Manchester City

    Yes, that is Raheem Sterling in a woolly blue hat trying his hand at knitting...

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  7. Lahm bids farewell

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    Eight Bundesliga titles.

    Champions League title.

    World Cup.

    Former Germany and Bayern Munich full-back Philipp Lahm retires with a pretty decent back catalogue.

  8. Worst Premier League XI of the season

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    Dale James Power: Bravo, Denayer, Benalouane, Lescott, Moreno, Sissoko, Cleverley, Imbula, Ibe, Januzaj, Borja

  9. Tremmel and Emnes leave Swans

    Gerhard Tremmel

    Swansea City have released eight players including goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel and Marvin Emnes.

    Tremmel, 38, who joined the Swans from RB Salzburg in August 2010, made 52 senior appearances for the Welsh club, but saw action last season confined to the Football League Trophy.

    Emnes had two loan spells before signing a deal in 2014. He made just nine Premier League starts for Swansea.

    He scored four goals in 37 games on loan at Blackburn last season.

  10. Your worst Premier League XI of the season

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    Sonney Stelling: Bravo, Sagna, Kaboul, Lescott, Moreno, Sissoko, Xhaka, Adam, Fellaini, Borini, Berahino.

  11. Hungry (for F1) like the Wolff

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    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says this year's intense battle with Ferrari has revived his love for Formula 1.

    Mercedes dominated F1 from 2014-16 but Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel leads Lewis Hamilton by six points after five races of this season's championship.

    Wolff said: "The last three years were extraordinary. But this season I have rediscovered why I love the sport.

    "I love the intense competition. It means you won't be winning easily - you'll have a fierce fight."

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  12. Your worst Premier League XI of the season

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    Richard Knight: Bravo, Benalouane, Lescott, Nordveit, Pienaar, Tore, Rodwell, Pogba, Bamford, Berahino, Borja

    We are guessing you don't like players whose names start with the letter 'B'?

  13. Everton remember Tynan

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    Everton Ladies

    Everton Ladies paid tribute to their former youth player Zoe Tynan as they collected the Women's Super League Two Spring Series trophy on Saturday.

    Former England Under-19 midfielder Tynan died in August aged 18.

    After sealing top spot in WSL 2 on what would have been her 19th birthday, Everton wore number 19 'Tynan' shirts, bearing the message: "For you Zoe."

    More here.

  14. On this day...

    2011: Manager Carlo Ancelotti was sacked by Chelsea shortly after their season-ending 1-0 defeat at Everton.

    Only twelve months earlier, the Italian completed a Premier League and FA Cup double with the Blues following a narrow 1-0 victory over Portsmouth at Wembley.

    He would later have spells at Paris St Germain and also enjoyed Champions League glory with Real Madrid and most recently celebrated league success at Bayern Munich in 2017.

    Watch Carlo Ancelotti sing at a celebration of the team's Bundesliga title win.

    Carlo Ancelotti
  15. Your worst Premier League XI

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    George Crewe: Bravo; Nordtveit, M. Dawson, Kone, Moreno; Mahrez, D. Gibson, Adam, Downing; Borini, Berahino


  16. IPC send warning to Russia

    IPC president Sir Philip Craven

    Let's see how Russia responds to this ultimatum....

    A statement from the International Paralympic Committee:

    "The (IPC) has indicated that if the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) does not meet its obligations in full by early September then there is a strong chance it will not be allowed to enter its athletes into the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

    "The comments come after the IPC Governing Board unanimously decided last Thursday (18 May) not to lift the RPC’s suspension following an update from the IPC taskforce, which was appointed to monitor the fulfilment of the reinstatement criteria."

    IPC president Sir Philip Craven said: "A number of key criteria still need to be met. At the moment there are a lot of good plans with timelines on paper, but we now need to see plans in action and delivering concrete results.”

    Note: The IPC suspended the RPC on 7 August due to its inability to fulfil its IPC membership responsibilities and obligations, in particular its obligation to comply with the IPC Anti-Doping Code and the World Anti-Doping Code (to which it is also a signatory).

  17. Your worst Premier League XI

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    Rob: There's one position that's certain to make the worst IX and that's GK, reserved for Mr Claudio Bravo. Only.

  18. Musacchio set to complete Milan move

    Mateo Musacchio

    Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio is having medical tests at AC Milan.

    The Argentina international is set join the club for 18m euros (£15.56m), according to reports.

    The 26-year-old, a River Plate youth product, joined Villarreal in 2009. He has made 23 league appearances this season with the Spanish club, who clinched a Europa League slot after finishing fifth.