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Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny would be happy for another four ugly wins if it means Arsenal secure Champions League qualification ahead of Everton.
Wojciech Szczesny believes Arsenal’s experience of handling the pressure of the fight for fourth gives them an advantage over Everton in the race for a Champions League place.
Steven Reid has warned his West Bromwich Albion team-mates that relegation is ‘no good’ for any player’s career prospects.
Ger Lyons will find out if he has a Classic contender on his hands when Obliterator runs in the Ebm-Papst Feilden Stakes at Newmarket on Wednesday.
The Reds could put themselves in pole position for the Premier League title with a win and started like a train with two early goals against Manuel Pellegrini’s men
This weekend marks the 25th anniversary of the tragedy and the football community have come together to honour those who lost their lives on April 15 1989
Sir Michael Stoute is no hurry to map out a programme for the Queen’s Ascot Gold Cup winner Estimate.
The prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial has accused the world-famous athlete of “tailoring his evidence” and described his story as “improbable”.
John Murphy believes Davids Park has enough raw ability to fight his corner in the PW McGrath Memorial Ballysax Stakes at Navan on Saturday.
There’s always a story behind the Grand National winner and it’s a good bet that this year’s fairytale will concern the galloping dentist, Sam Waley-Cohen, rider of Long Run.
The great Dane fielded questions on the title race, SAS, but mostly his ability to push pineapples and shake trees…
Alastair Cook can look forward to overseeing a new England era, perhaps alongside Ashley Giles, perhaps in the company of Jonathan Trott – but definitely, of course, without Kevin Pietersen.
It is an outcome that his predecessor would have spat at but it was one that David Moyes would always have taken, because the consequences of something more serious really did not bear contemplation.
THE Thai-Burma train line stretched just 258 miles but the human cost of creating this Railway Of Death was one of the worst atrocities of the Second World War. Those who perished included 12,399 Allied PoWs and at least 120,000 Asian labourers – one life lost for every rail sleeper laid.
India maintained their perfect record at the World Twenty20 with a thumping 73-run win over Australia in Dhaka.
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Lewis Hamilton dominated things on track, but much of the talk off it was again centred around the engines and their lack of noise
African Story gave Silvestre De Sousa the biggest success of his career when winning the $10m Dubai World Cup for Godolphin.
The Scot was warmly welcomed by fans inside the ground on Saturday, but others took to the skies to show their dissatisfaction