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Federer sets out new plans for 2012 titles

Roger Federer says his record sixth title at the ATP World Tour Finals will be the ideal springboard to end his Grand Slam drought in 2012.

Adkins savours Southampton spirit

Southampton manager Nigel Adkins savoured his side's spirit as the leaders maintained their push for a place in the Premier League with a 4-2 win.

Arsenal avoid League Cup shock exit

Arsenal have avoided a humiliating League Cup third round exit against Shrewsbury, while Manchester United cruised to a victory over Leeds.

United hit Arsenal for eight, City demolish Spurs

Manchester United swept to a magnificent 8-2 victory over 10-man Arsenal as the champions produced the perfect response.

Drogba injured as Chelsea late show sinks Norwich

Chelsea left it late to clinch a 3-1 victory over 10-man Norwich that was marred by a serious injury suffered by Didier Drogba at Stamford Bridge.

Ramsey own goal adds to Arsenal misery

Arsenal's miserable start hit a new low as a freak own goal from Aaron Ramsey put Liverpool on course for a 2-0 win over the 10-man Gunners.

Barca were lucky with Fabregas buy, says Wenger

Arsene Wenger has admitted Barcelona were able to sign Cesc Fabregas on the cheap because the midfielder wasn't willing to join any other club.

United snatch late win, Chelsea held

Manchester United started their defence of the Premier League title with a hard fought 2-1 win over West Brom, while Chelsea was forced to settle.

Nani’s double secures United win

Manchester United held off a challenge from title rivals Manchester City as Nani's last-gasp winner clinched a 3-2 victory in the Community Shield.

Chelsea will keep spending, Villas-Boas tells Wenger

Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has warned Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger that the Blues will continue to splash the cash.

Williams sisters’ five-year reign ends, Wozniacki defiant

The Williams sisters vowed to return stronger after they were knocked out of Wimbledon, while Caroline Wozniacki says she should still be number one.

Nadal and Venus sing the same old Wimbledon song

Rafael Nadal has made an ardent start to his bid for a third Wimbledon title, while five-time winner Venus Williams has been back to her old routine.

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