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New deal agreed as Chelsea goalkeeper Eduardo plays waiting game

Chelsea’s third-choice goalkeeper Eduardo has signed a new one-year contract – and is still waiting for his first Blues appearance.

Robbie Henshaw ready

Henshaw taps into experience and knowledge of ex-Lions captain O’Driscoll

Ireland star Robbie Henshaw will be armed with words of wisdom from former British and Irish Lions captain Brian O’Driscoll when he heads to New Zealand next week.

Chris Wood ready

Wentworth defending champion Chris Wood: Home-grown golfers deserve more credit

As defending champion, Chris Wood is the latest player to find himself adorning a 40ft-high poster on the grandstand behind the 18th green at Wentworth for this week’s BMW PGA Championship.

Aston Golding

Leeds full-back Ashton Golding over the moon to sign new five-year contract

Leeds full-back Ashton Golding says it is a dream come true after signing a new five-year contract that will keep him at Headingley until at least the end of the 2021 season.

Thomas Leuluai

New Zealand’s Thomas Leuluai reveals broken jaw ruled him out of Australia game

Thomas Leuluai has revealed he was set to play in the ANZAC Test earlier this month before breaking his jaw for the second time in five months.

Gylfi Sigurdsson ready

Swansea dismiss talk they will sell midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson

Swansea have dismissed reports they have agreed to sell Gylfi Sigurdsson with owner Steve Kaplan insisting the club are determined to keep the Icelandic playmaker.

Joe Marchant

Joe Marchant and Paul Hill ruled out of England’s summer tour of Argentina

Harlequins centre Joe Marchant and Northampton prop Paul Hill have been ruled out of England’s tour to Argentina next month through injury.

Antoine Griezmann

Antoine Griezmann casts more doubt on his future at Atletico Madrid

Antoine Griezmann has cast further doubt over his future at Atletico Madrid by admitting he is “ready to go” in order to win trophies.

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho says people of Manchester ‘will pull together’ after bomb attack

Jose Mourinho says the “hearts and minds” of everyone at Manchester United are with those affected by the horrific attack that killed 22 people and injured many more.

Herrera ready

Herrera says Ibrahimovic can help Manchester United to Europa League win

Zlatan Ibrahimovic may only be a spectator at Wednesday’s Europa League final, but Manchester United colleague Ander Herrera expects the experienced Swede will still have a part to play in Stockholm.

Kyle Edmund

Kyle Edmund beats Thiago Monteiro at Lyon Open

Kyle Edmund battled into the second round of the Lyon Open following a 2-6 6-4 6-1 victory over Brazilian Thiago Monteiro.

James Anderson

James Anderson facing extended lay-off with torn groin

James Anderson is facing an extended spell on the sidelines after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced the seamer has torn his groin.

Champions Trophy

Champions Trophy teams reassured over safety following Manchester terror attack

Champions Trophy organisers have reassured all eight competing teams of the security measures in place at the tournament in the wake of the terrorist attack in Manchester.

Joey Barton

Banned Joey Barton released by Burnley

Joey Barton has been released by Burnley after being handed an 18-month ban by the Football Association.

Hannah Macleod

Hannah Macleod announces retirement from international hockey

Olympic gold medallist Hannah Macleod has announced her retirement from international hockey at the age of 32.

Dean Hoyle ready

Promotion to ‘Promised Land’ would be dream come true – Huddersfield owner Hoyle

Huddersfield owner Dean Hoyle believes promotion to the Premier League would be the biggest achievement in the club’s history.

Fikayo Tomori ready

Fikayo Tomori’s spectacular own goal denies England Under-20s victory

England defender Fikayo Tomori scored a spectacular own goal as they drew 1-1 with Guinea at the Under-20 World Cup.

Celtic fans come together to display 'Lisbon Lions' in the stands before the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match at Celtic Park, Glasgow.

Celtic’s route to 1967 European Cup glory in Lisbon

Thursday marks 50 years since the Lisbon Lions carved their name into footballing history by becoming the first British team to lift the European Cup.

File photo dated 26/05/1967 of Celtic players parading the European Cup at Celtic Park in Glasgow. Sir Rod Stewart is to headline a special concert marking the 50th anniversary of the Lisbon Lions' triumph.

What became of the Lisbon Lions?

Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup 50 years ago.

Conte cropped

Double success for Antonio Conte at LMA awards

Antonio Conte was rewarded for leading Chelsea to the Premier League title with two League Managers Association awards on Monday night.

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