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Wenger to sign new deal with Arsenal

Arsene Wenger will manage Arsenal for a 20th season, the club says, and will soon be signing a new deal with it.

Ferguson autobiography addresses issues with Beckham

A decade after kicking a boot at David Beckham's head, Sir Alex Ferguson has used his autobiography to criticise the star's pre-occupation with fame.

Alex Ferguson gets ready for Old Trafford farewell

This weekend, 76 000 fans have one final chance to witness - and savour - the most successful manager in Britain's football history.

Arsenal reveals prudent financial approach

In the Arsenal boardroom, maintaining a diligent financial approach is as important as ending the team's title drought.

Cycling sponsor suing UCI over Armstrong saga

Sportswear company Skins is suing cycling's governing body for $2-million, claiming brand damage for backing the sport.

Chelsea score sweet revenge with League Cup win against Man Utd

Chelsea came from behind three times against Manchester United before a nine-goal thriller was settled by Ramires' in the League Cup quarterfinals.

Germans implode against Sweden, Spain’s winning run ends

Spain's run of 24 qualifying wins was halted by France, while Germany spectacularly collapsed to allow Sweden to draw 4-4.

John Terry banned for four matches for racial abuse

From the heights of captaining England and Chelsea, John Terry's football career faces being forever marred by being found guilty of racial abuse.

Verdict due in Terry’s racism trial

The verdict in John Terry's racism trial is expected on Friday -- if found guilty he will be the first UK footballer convicted of racial abuse.

Cole stands up for Terry in racism trial

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has defended captain John Terry against accusations of racism on the second day of his teammate's trial.

Rooney’s return secures England in Euro 2012 quarterfinals

Wayne Rooney returned from a two-match ban to deliver a goal and give his team a 1-0 win over Ukraine and a spot in the Euro 2012 quarterfinals.

Hodgson France England Euro

His team beset by injuries after a few weeks in charge, Roy Hodgson has conceded that England will struggle to beat France in their Euro 2012 opener.

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