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Suarez enjoys support ahead of racism ruling

Liverpool's Craig Bellamy has paid tribute to Luis Suarez as the FA prepares to deliver a verdict on the striker over alleged racist slurs.

Fergie relishes United’s flying start

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United's flying start to the season is all the more impressive considering the severity of their fixture list.

‘Go if you’re not happy,’ Mancini tells Robinho

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini admits he won't stop Robinho leaving if the Brazil forward is not happy at Eastlands.

Gatland backs Johnson to do well for England

Wales coach Warren Gatland has said England must learn from their experience with Clive Woodward and give Martin Johnson time to develop as a coach.

No lack of respect in All Black selection, says Henry

All Blacks coach Graham Henry insists his decision to make six changes in his line-up to play Wales on Saturday is not demeaning to the home side.

Hughes hails red hot Bellamy

Mark Hughes believes Craig Bellamy can lead Manchester City into the Champions League after the striker's goal earned a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa.

Ponting backs young brigade to shine in SA

Australia skipper Ricky Ponting believes his new-look side can shine at the Champions Trophy, which gets under way in South Africa on Tuesday.

SA face Ireland on World Cup learning curve

Aaron Mokoena believes South Africa will continue their learning process when they play Ireland in Limerick on Tuesday.

Season starts now, says Ferguson

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted that the season will only be a success if his players land the ''big'' trophies.

Woodgate dents Hull’s survival hopes

A late goal from England defender Jonathan Woodgate gave Spurs what could be a crucial three points as they beat Hull 2-1 on Monday.

Redknapp salutes Spurs’ spirit

Spurs manager Harry Redknapp admitted his League Cup holders looked ''dead and buried'' before scoring deep into extra-time to see off Burnley.

Pietersen warns England against complacency

Kevin Pietersen warned his England team that he won't tolerate them sliding into a comfort zone after wrapping up the one-day series against SA.

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