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Ranieri proves nice guys do not always come second

With grace and an unshakable bond with his players the one-time 'Tinkerman' has proved his critics wrong with Leicester’s first top-flight title.

Can any of these men clean up Fifa?

If a week is a long time in politics, then the cliche has recently been extended for the double-dealing, ever-shifting world of its sporting sibling.

Usain Bolt wins 100m in ‘clash of good against evil’

Jamaican retains title at World Athletics Championships in Beijing, ahead of twice-banned American rival Justin Gatlin.

Fifa gets a hard kick in the shins

The international football association has gone from a source of pride to one of embarrassment.

Hot dissent over Christmas in Qatar

For the first time since 1930 the world cup football seems to be heading for winter. Many scheduling conflicts arise with annual events.

Don’t pop the cork yet, Champagne

The Frenchman's bid for football's top job has raised as many questions as answers.

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