Barnsley sack assistant Wright after corruption allegations
Barnsley sack assistant boss Tommy Wright following allegations of football corruption in a Daily Telegraph investigation.
Nominate your BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year
Who will succeed gymnast Ellie Downie? Send in your nominations for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
Watch: Arsenal legends' first impressions of Wenger
Former Arsenal players Martin Keown, Ian Wright and John Hartson discuss their first impressions of manager Arsene Wenger ahead of his 20th anniversary at the club.
Jessica Ennis-Hill: Ex-Olympic heptathlon champion 'close' to decision on retirement
Britain's former Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is "close" to making a decision about her future.
Seve, Poulter, Palmer? Pick your Europe & US Ryder Cup teams
Is Seve a cert for Team Europe? Would a pumped-up Poulter or Monty sneak in? And would your US side feature Palmer, Woods, Nicklaus and Mickelson?
Southampton earn Europa League point in Israel
Southampton earn a valuable Europa League point against Hapoel Be'er-Sheeva from a dour affair in Israel.
Malaysian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton admits he must improve
Lewis Hamilton says he needs to "drive better" in Malaysia this weekend to get his world title campaign back on track.
Football has never been cleaner - Stoke chairman
Stoke chairman Peter Coates says he does not accept football is corrupt, despite recent allegations of financial malpractice.
Ryder Cup 2016: Danny Willett says brother's article 'puts a downer' on debut
Europe's Danny Willett concedes his brother's "wrong and ill-timed" article criticising American fans "puts a downer" on his first Ryder Cup.
Johanna Konta out of Wuhan Open after quarter-final loss to Petra Kvitova
Britain's Johanna Konta is out of the Wuhan Open, beaten 6-3 6-4 by 14th seed Petra Kvitova in the quarter-finals in China.
Ramsey ruled out of Wales squad for qualifiers
Injured midfielder Aaron Ramsey is missing from Chris Coleman's Wales squad for October's World Cup qualifiers.
Classic Ryder Cup: McGinley goes for a swim
Paul McGinley holes the winning putt for Europe in the 2002 Ryder Cup before celebrating by jumping into a lake at The Belfry.
Injured Anderson & Wood out of Bangladesh tour
England bowlers James Anderson and Mark Wood are ruled out of next month's tour to Bangladesh after a recurrence of recent injuries.
2018 World Cup: Striker Grigg to miss Northern Ireland games
Northern Ireland striker Will Grigg is out of the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Germany for family reasons.
Brazilian, Canadian & German GPs in doubt for 2017
The Brazilian, Canadian and German Grands Prix are all in doubt for 2017 as the provisional calendar is released.
Celtic fined for 'illicit banner' as Legia Warsaw must play behind closed doors
Celtic are fined £8,635 by Uefa for the displaying of an "illicit banner" during the match against Hapoel Beer Sheva.
Alonso to get 30-place grid penalty in Malaysia
McLaren's Fernando Alonso will start Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix from the back because of a 30-place grid penalty.
Scots women's Under-19s forfeit Serbia match
Uefa rules against Scotland Women Under-19s, saying they must forfeit their tie against Serbia for their "refusal to play".
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Arsene Wenger: Are these his best signings in 20 years at Arsenal?
BBC Sport picks out a selection of great goals from some of Arsene Wenger's greatest signings during his 20 years at Arsenal.
Jaap Stam: Reading manager & ex-Man Utd star has 'maybe one' football friend
Ex-Manchester United star Jaap Stam, now Reading manager, tells Football Focus he has 'maybe one' football friend and does not keep in touch with former team-mates.
Classic Ryder Cup: Torrance seals historic 1985 win
Sam Torrance sinks an 18 foot putt to win back the Ryder Cup for Europe for the first time since 1957.
Gary Lineker: All player transfers should be transparent
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says we need transparency when it comes to player transfers so everyone knows where the money is going.
Formula 1: Tom Clarkson finds out what it's like to drive in the wet
Williams development driver Alex Lynn explains to BBC Radio 5 live's Tom Clarkson what it is like to drive in the rain in an F1 car.
Ryder Cup 2016: Darren Clarke says Team Europe not represented by PJ Willett article
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke says an article written by Danny Willett's brother is not what "Team Europe stands for".
England manager: Crystal Palace's Alan Pardew 'proud' to be linked with job
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is "privileged and proud" to be linked with the England manager's job but insists he will "return the loyalty" shown to him by the Eagles.
Jos Buttler: Eoin Morgan is still England's one-day leader
England's stand-in one-day cricket captain Jos Buttler says Eoin Morgan remains the leader of the team.
Sam Allardyce, Brian Clough & football's shortest managerial reigns
BBC Sport looks back at some of the shortest managerial reigns in football, following Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager after just one match in charge.
Adams? Pires? Henry? Pick Wenger's greatest Arsenal XI
Arsene Wenger celebrates 20 years in charge of Arsenal this weekend - but who would you pick in his greatest Gunners XI?
Bluff & hearsay: Spotting the Pitt & Jolie of Ryder Cup
As the protracted Ryder Cup build-up nears its conclusion, Tom Fordyce hunts for clues as to who will be paired with whom on Friday morning.
'My car's surrounded by fruit & veg' - Rio star's awkward find
Paralympic champion Will Bayley had an "Only Fools and Horses moment" after finding the local farmers' market had set up around his car.
Quiz: Can you name these Wenger signings?
Arsene Wenger has been Arsenal manager for 20 years and in that time he's signed a fair few players- can you name these players, there's one per year.
Get Inspired: Inspirational stories from the Cardiff Half Marathon
Meet four inspiring people from the almost 22,000 who are expected to take part in the Cardiff Half Marathon on Sunday, 2 October.
Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action
This week's sport on the BBC includes action from the Premier League, NFL and Ryder Cup.