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Burnley have no intention of selling top scorer Danny Ings in January, according to manager Sean Dyche.
Joel Taggart and former Irish League striker Chris Morgan review all the Irish Premiership weekend action.
Adam Rooney and Niall McGinn are among a quartet of Aberdeen players signing contract extensions.
Aston Villa will appeal against the red card shown to Gabby Agbonlahor during the 1-1 draw with Manchester United.
Boxing Day's King George VI Chase is one of the most competitive for years, says horse racing correspondent Cornelius Lysaght.
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston "unreservedly apologises" for "unacceptable comments" he sent in reply to texts he received from a fan.
Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci is charged with misconduct by the FA after he allegedly racially abused Norwich's Cameron Jerome.
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne believes that 2015 is likely to be another difficult year for the Formula 1 team.
Sami Hyypia resigns as manager of Championship strugglers Brighton after one win in 18 league games.
England's friendly with France is postponed after they were drawn in the same group for the Fifa Women's World Cup.
Glasgow Warriors confirm their Fijian scrum-half Niko Matawalu will move to Bath in the summer
British NFL player Menelik Watson donates his match payment to the family of an ill four-year-old girl.
Bristol Rovers' Lee Mansell kissed Gateshead's JJ O'Donnell to avoid "doing something silly" after their clash on Friday.
Rory McIlroy deserves his top ranking, while teenager Charley Hull is on the way up, says golf correspondent Iain Carter.
As Europe's major leagues go into hibernation for winter breaks, BBC Sport assesses how the game has unfolded on the continent.
Bath's cross-code star Sam Burgess is named at blind-side flanker for their A League game against London Irish A on Monday.
The knee injury sustained by Ulster scrum-half Ruan Pienaar in the defeat by the Ospreys is not as serious as initially feared.