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Summary

  1. Wayne Rooney left out of England squad for matches against Scotland and France
  2. Garry Monk resigns as Leeds United manager
  3. Gael Clichy to leave Manchester City on a free transfer
  4. Manchester United win the Europa League for the first time, to qualify for the Champions League
  5. Get involved: Your favourite moment in European competition #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That is the end of Sportsday for today.

    Thanks for joining us and for all your comments. Sportsday will be back at 08:00 BST on Friday.

    Bye for now.

  2. 'As ready as I can be'

    Kell Brook v Errol Spence news conference

    Luke Reddy

    BBC Sport boxing reporter at Bramall Lane

    Anthony Fowler

    Anthony Fowler will make his professional debut on Saturday night. The Liverpudlian was captain of Team GB's Rio 2016 boxers and of course won Commonwealth Games gold in 2014.

    He will fight at light-middleweight, though many in the sport expected him to begin a division higher - Fowler even sparred former super-middleweight Carl Froch when the Cobra fought George Groves in 2014.

    "Ive lost 10lbs," says Fowler. But I feel strong and as ready as I can be. At this weight I am going to be tall, long and powerful."

    Fowler will be on the undercard of Kell Brook v Errol Spence, live on BBC Radio 5 live. BBC Sport will have a live text commentary page on this site from 21:00 BST on Saturday.

  3. Wagner targets 'fairy-tale promotion'

    Huddersfield Town v Reading (Monday, 15:00 BST)

    Huddersfield Town were in the fourth tier of English football as recently as 2004, but a win on Monday against Reading will take them into the top-flight for the first time since 1972.

    Terriers boss David Wagner said: "I don't think about the Premier League as we have a job to do. We know how strong Reading are, but we focus on ourselves. To come back after being 1-0 down against Sheffield Wednesday, the players will be able to perform and show their best performance of the season.

    "I'm proud to be part of this group and it is an honour to lead them out at Wembley. We are in the final and everybody likes to win, that is our ambition and why we are there.

    "After Leicester, it is the second fairy-tale in English football. Huddersfield are in the play-off, the biggest game in the world, the richest game in football and we are there to be winning."

    David Wagner
  4. Groves' Manchester respect

    Groves v Chudinov

    Luke Reddy

    BBC Sport boxing reporter at Bramall Lane

    George Groves has been speaking to BBC Sport about Saturday's world title fight against Fedor Chudinov.

    The London fighter will bid to become a world champion at the fourth time of asking when he bids for the WBA Super-middleweight title but he admits the tragic events in Manchester this week have left him a little confused as to how to behave in the build up.

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  5. Bruce plans for life after football

    Football

    Hull City announced that Alex Bruce would be leaving the club yesterday, but the 32-year-old defender is already planning a life after playing as he is undertaking his coaching qualifications.

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  6. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Your favourite moment in European competition

    Oluwasola Oloruntobi‏: John Terry missing that supposed last penalty kick against Man Utd, which would have given Chelsea their first ever Champions League trophy. 5-6 it ended in Moscow.

    Dean Moffatt‏: Liverpool's turnaround against Olympiakos, almost out in the groups in 2005, and then that final against Milan obviously.

    Chris Stanley: Stan Collymore's barnstormer against Atletico Madrid in 1998. Blew the roof off Villa Park.

    John Terry
  7. A great gesture

    Salford Red Devils v Catalans Dragons (Friday, 20:00 BST)

    A great gesture from Salford Red Devils for their home Super League game against Catalans Dragons tomorrow.

    The club have said the entry fee for the game will be voluntary with any money donated going to the support fund for the victims of the attack at the Manchester Arena on Monday.

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  8. A crowd of 27,000 expected to watch Groves fight

    George Groves v Fedor Chudinov news conference

    Luke Reddy

    BBC Sport boxing reporter at Bramall Lane

    Bramall lane

    A first look at Bramall Lane as fighters go through some head to heads. George Groves and Fedor Chudinov are asked to pose and there's no shenanigans.

    I'm told there has not been boxing here since 1984 and only 3,000 showed on that night. A whopping 27,000 are expected on Saturday.

    There will be live radio and text commentary on this website on Saturday.

    Bramall land
  9. Relive the Lisbon Lions' great triumph

    It is 50 years since Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup after they beat Inter Milan 2-1 in Lisbon.

    Our colleagues in Scotland are giving you the chance to relive the match as if it was taking place today with an 'as live' text commentary of the match.

    Celtic
  10. 10 magic moments from the FA People's Cup 2017

    #PeoplesCup

    An epic penalty shootout, some incredible skills and a very supportive dad...

    Watch the top 10 magic moments from this year's FA People's Cup!

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup finals: Top 10 magic moments

    To catch all the action and follow the stories of the people who took part in this year's People's Cup, watch the highlights programme on BBC One at 14:05 BST on Saturday 27 May as part of the build-up to the FA Cup final.

  11. 'Glove up'

    Kell Brook v Errol Spence news conference

    Luke Reddy

    BBC Sport boxing reporter at Bramall Lane

    Brook Spence

    Errol Spence wraps things up at the news conference: "Saturday night is another man down."

    His entourage shout "man down". He continues: "I'm done with the talking, glove up."

  12. On this day

    In 1935 Jesse Owens set six athletics world records in 45 minutes at Ann Arbor, Michigan. His long jump record stood for 25 years.

    Jesse Owens
  13. Exiles considered 'doing a Terry'

    Rugby Union

    London Irish

    London Irish boss Nick Kennedy admitted his side considered taking a leaf out of Chelsea's book before securing promotion to the Premiership with an 84-88 aggregate play-off win over Yorkshire Carnegie.

    "We've rotated the squad all year and all the players fully deserve to be up there celebrating," he told BBC Sport.

    "It's just a shame we couldn't get them all kitted out. We thought about 'doing a John Terry' and putting them out there, but it was voted against."

    The Exiles won the second leg 55-48 at the Madejski Stadium on Wednesday evening.

    As we said at 15:52 BST, John Terry got dressed into his full kit to celebrate Chelsea winning a Champions League final, despite it being a game he did not feature in.

  14. Face off

    Kell Brook v Errol Spence news conference

    Luke Reddy

    BBC Sport boxing reporter at Bramall Lane

    Face off

    The scrum to get a shot of the stage was full on to say the least. Champion Kell Brook and challenger Errol Spence Jr at the heart of the action.

    Spence seems supremely confident and given the great Sugar Ray Leanord has called him "the real deal", I guess we have to listen respectfully.

    Brook has lost a lot of weight since campaigning at middleweight last time out. He's had to burn roughly 500 more calories a day than he's consumed for several weeks in order to make weight.

    It looks fascinating on paper. A champion against a hyped American with a deep skill set. Spence is the favourite with bookmakers remember.

    Remember, there will be a live text commentary page on this website from 21:00 BST on Saturday along with BBC Radio 5 live commentary.

  15. 'Lots of offers on the table'

    Football

    Wayne Rooney

    A bit more from Wayne Rooney now.

    The 31-year-old has played a bit-part role for United this season, coming on as a last-minute substitute in the Europa League final triumph over Ajax.

    "There are lots of offers on the table, both in England and abroad," he said.

    But United's all-time leading scorer with 253 goals said he would only move to former club Everton if he stayed in the Premier League.

  16. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Your favourite moment in European competition

    Chris Müde: Marc Albrighton scoring for Leicester versus Sevilla this season. Anyone inside the KP that night would surely say the same #scenes

    Alan Willis‏: John Terry appearing in full Chelsea kit in consecutive finals - Champions League in 2012, Europa League in 2013, despite not playing in either. #evenworeshinpads

    David Myers: I'm not a Villa fan, but I particularly enjoyed their 1-0 victory over Bayern Munich in 1982 to win the European Cup, If ever David beat Goliath this was it.

    Tweet us your comments on #bbcsportsday or write on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

    Aston Villa
  17. Navas leaves City

    Navas

    Jesus Navas joined Manchester City in 2013 from Sevilla and won the Premier League title and two League Cups in his four years and 175 appearances at the club.

  18. BreakingRooney 'more or less' decided future

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney says he has "more or less" decided his future at the club.

  19. Navas leaves City

    Football

    A second player has left Manchester City today...

    It comes after left-back Gael Clichy earlier announced he would be leaving the club.

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  20. Ronaldo faces possible tax fraud charges

    Football

    ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo is facing possible charges of tax fraud in Spain.

    Prosecutors have passed a file to the country's tax office, which will decide whether to press charges against the Portuguese Real Madrid striker.

    Reports in Spain say Ronaldo, 32, is suspected of defrauding 15m euros(£13m) between 2011 and 2014.

    In December, leaked documents suggested Ronaldo had avoided tax on income from image rights allegedly held in offshore accounts. He denied the claims.

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was also implicated in those claims - published after an international consortium of journalists obtained a trove of about 18 million documents. He also denied the claims.