Hertha announce stadium plan for 2025

Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin will move to a 55,000-capacity stadium in 2025, according to president Werner Gegenbauer.

ITF announce 'radical' professional tennis reforms

ITF president David Haggerty said it is vital that the professional tennis has a structure that is "fit for purpose".

Let's get on with it - Giles likens talk over new T20 competition to Brexit

The debate over the proposed new English T20 competition is like the arguments over Brexit, says Ashley Giles.

Bilic unconcerned by sacking speculation

Slaven Bilic brushed off suggestions that his future at West Ham is in doubt, saying he is taking no notice of the rumour mill.

All that matters are sporting values - Perez sends pointed message after Pique's Real Madrid jibe

Florentino Perez chose his words carefully as he responded to Gerard Pique's criticism of Real Madrid's "values".

Mariners 2017 preview: Will busy offseason turn Seattle into contender?

Mariners have just 13 winning seasons in 40 years, but after a busy offseason, GM Jerry Dipoto's roster looks to build on an 86-win season.

Mignolet says Lukaku 'has all the ability' ahead of crunch derby

Romelu Lukaku must be kept quiet if Liverpool are to record a crucial win over rivals Everton, says Simon Mignolet.

FIFA recommends 16 UEFA slots in new 48-team World Cup

UEFA has got its wish, with FIFA recommending the confederation receive 16 slots in the new 48-team World Cup format.

Mbappe to be included in France U20 squad

Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe will be named in France's provisional squad for the Under-20 World Cup, according to Ludovic Batelli.

Taylor facing FIFA proceedings after leg-breaking Coleman challenge

Neil Taylor could see his one-match suspension increased after FIFA took action relating to his challenge on Seamus Coleman.

Van Dijk's season could be over – Puel

Southampton will be without Virgil van Dijk and Manolo Gabbiadini when they entertain Bournemouth in the Premier League this weekend.

Pochettino: Barcelona move would be like joining Arsenal from Tottenham

Taking over at Barcelona is pretty much out of the question for Tottenham manager and former Espanyol man Mauricio Pochettino.

Taylor handed Northants coaching role

Northamptonshire are hoping James Taylor can help them mount a challenge in the Royal London One Day Cup.

Maradona vows to confront Infantino over 'teddy-bear' Messi's ban

Diego Maradona thinks Argentina need to learn to cope without Lionel Messi - but he still plans to fight FIFA to get his ban overturned.

Funes Mori adds to Everton's Coleman woe

Everton have lost another key player - Ramiro Funes Mori - to injury as they prepare for a massive Merseyside derby against Liverpool.

Hesson heaps praise on award-winning Williamson

Kane Williamson was named New Zealands' outstanding player of the year again on Thursday and Mike Hesson was full of praise for his skipper.

Higuain will be fired up by Napoli anger, says Ferrara

Ciro Ferrara and Nicola Amoruso - who both played for Juventus and Napoli - are expecting a hostile reception for Gonzalo Higuain on Sunday.

Ronaldo liked the bust (once the wrinkles were smoothed out!) – ridiculed sculptor reveals all

The sculptor of the new bust at Cristiano Ronaldo Airport has hit back after criticism of his work overshadowed the opening ceremony.

Niang will 'work like a dog' to return to the top after AC Milan exit

AC Milan have moved on from M'Baye Niang, but the forward insists he will play for a major European club once again.

Bulldogs beat Broncos to ease pressure on Hasler

Des Hasler's future has been called into question this week, but his players rolled up their sleeves to secure a much-needed win.
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