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West Ham's Carlton Cole is charged by the Football Association for a comment he posted on social media.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says that captain John Terry has been offered a new one-year deal at the club.
BBC Sport looks at some of the key facts and figures from the Cricket World Cup as South Africa rack up the runs in beating Ireland.
France lock Pascal Pape fails in his bid to overturn a 10-week suspension for kneeing Ireland's Jamie Heaslip in the back.
Cardiff City will consider an approach to Fifa or legal action as they await the FA report on ex-manager Malky Mackay.
Stuart Broad says talk of a possible international return for Kevin Pietersen is 'not ideal' for the England World Cup squad.
Ulster duo Luke Marshall and Roger Wilson are both cited following incidents in the Pro12 win over the Scarlets.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal does not know how it will take Angel Di Maria to settle in the Premier League.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he is under no pressure from the club's owners to retain the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal are off the pace in the Premier League but hopes his side can get back into title contention.
Shareholder Dave King insists he has recorded a landslide victory in his quest for regime change at Rangers.
Derby legend Roy McFarland, who played with and under Dave Mackay, remembers a "fearless" man and great player.
Police say they are investigating a new lead in their search for a Commonwealth Games gold medal stolen from the home of heptathlete Kelly Sotherton.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho "guarantees" former England captain John Terry will still be a Blues player next season.
William Porterfield says Saturday's game with Zimbabwe is key for Ireland after the World Cup hammering by South Africa.
Huddersfield Giants prop Eorl Crabtree says Todd Carney has turned Catalans Dragons into a frightening prospect.
The Dundee United chairman admits selling Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong was wrong from a football perspective.
A Leeds United supporters group wants to meet actor Russell Crowe after speculation that he is interested in buying the club.