Liverpool want Klopp in by Friday
Liverpool hope Jurgen Klopp will replace sacked manager Brendan Rodgers by the end of this week as talks progress well.
Mourinho charged with misconduct
Huge cutbacks on Rio 2016 budget
Farrell defiant on England selection
England backs coach Andy Farrell denies wielding undue influence over the team's tactics and line-ups at the World Cup.
Mixed first day for England hopefuls
Jonny Bairstow hits an unbeaten 66 but Moeen Ali fails in the opening spot for England on day one against Pakistan A.
WSL 1 boosted by record attendances
Women's Super League One enjoys an overall 48% increase in crowd sizes from last season, the FA confirms.
Jurgen Klopp wants final say on Liverpool transfers, Brendan Rodgers set for £10m pay-out, plus more.
Chelsea give Mourinho 'full support'
Chelsea offer their support to manager Jose Mourinho after their worst start to a top-flight season since 1978-79.
Friendly snubs frustrate Coleman
Manager Chris Coleman says Wales' success might be putting off major European nations from playing them in friendlies.
F1 title race not over - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg says he has not given up hope of beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the Formula 1 title.
Leeds' Hardaker named Man of Steel
Leeds Rhinos full-back Zak Hardaker is named Super League's Man of Steel, with Brian McDermott voted coach of the year.
Liam Williams set to face Australia
Liam Williams is set to return for Wales' World Cup match against Australia, with Dan Lydiate and Bradley Davies also fit.
Cowan ready for 'fierce' Samoa
Scotland flanker Blair Cowan wants to see the team match Samoa's opening assault in their World Cup game on Saturday.
Bale named Welsh player of the year
Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale is named Welsh player of the year for a fifth time in six years at the FAW awards in Cardiff.
Crowd trouble halts T20 match twice
India's Twenty20 match against South Africa in Cuttack is stopped twice after fans throw bottles onto the pitch.
Kittel signs for Etixx - Quick-Step
Sprinter Marcel Kittel joins Etixx - Quick-Step team on a two-year deal, while Italy's Ivan Basso retires from the sport.
We do not fear Lewandowski - McGhee
Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee says they do not fear Poland's in-form striker Robert Lewandowski.
Republic nothing to fear - O'Neill
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill tells his players to have "no regrets" after the Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany.
McAuley set to be fit to face Greece
NI defender Gareth McAuley should be fit for Thursday's Euro 2016 tie with Greece but Rory McArdle is called into squad.
Mvovo replaces Pietersen in Bok team
Wing Lwazi Mvovo replaces JP Pietersen as South Africa name a strong side to face the United States in World Cup Pool B.
Wiggins & Trott in squad for Euros
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Laura Trott are in the Great Britain squad for the European Track Cycling Championships.
Schmidt demands Irish improvement
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt warns his players they must up their game to beat France in Sunday's World Cup match.
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VIDEO: Top plays of week four in the NFL
Watch the top plays from week four of the 2015 NFL season, as Drew Brees throws his 400th touchdown pass in the most dramatic of circumstances.
VIDEO: The Hit: Irish through, England blue
The Hit looks back at the best of Sunday's action from the Rugby World Cup as Ireland qualify for the quarter-finals.
VIDEO: Klopp or not? We ask Liverpool fans
Liverpool fans give their view on who should replace Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool after he was sacked following a 1-1 draw in the Merseyside derby with Everton.
VIDEO: Rooney: The Man Behind the Goals
Watch a preview of the BBC's Wayne Rooney documentary, as Gary Lineker meets 'The Man Behind the Goals'.
VIDEO: Rodgers's final Liverpool interview
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says his side were unfortunate not to take all three points against Everton, his final game before he was sacked.
VIDEO: Farrell defiant on England selection
Backs coach Andy Farrell defends England's squad selection process and the reputation of head coach Stuart Lancaster after the hosts' humiliating exit from the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
VIDEO: Shearer: Rodgers was dead man walking
Match of the Day 2 pundit Alan Shearer says sacked Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers was "a dead man walking" after the dismissal of his coaching assistants.
VIDEO: Root backs Moeen at top of the order
Joe Root says Moeen Ali "played really well" as he scored 22 on the opening day of England's tour match against Pakistan A.
VIDEO: Key plays from Jets win at Wembley
Watch the key plays as New York Jets beat Miami Dolphins 27-14 in the NFL International Series at Wembley.
VIDEO: Marshall's 58-yard play for Jets
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick finds Brandon Marshall with a 58-yard play for the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins at Wembley.
VIDEO: Mourinho accuses officials of bias
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says "officials are afraid" to give his side decisions, after their 3-1 Premier League defeat by Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
VIDEO: Archive: Jurgen Klopp's philosophy
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp talks about his footballing philosophy in this Football Focus interview from February 2013.
VIDEO: Highlights: Chelsea win WSL title
Watch highlights as Chelsea Ladies become Women's Super League 1 champions for the first time by beating Sunderland 4-0.
VIDEO: Pick your WSL goal of the season
Watch the seven best goals from the season's action in Women's Super League 1.
VIDEO: 6-1 scoreline is baffling - McClaren
Newcastle United manager Steve McClaren says his side were punished by a "world class" performance from Sergio Aguero following their crushing 6-1 defeat to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
VIDEO: Advocaat's final Sunderland interview
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat refused to comment on his future at the club on Saturday, before quitting as manager on Sunday morning.
Biggest challenges for new Reds boss
Controlling Liverpool's 'transfer committee' must be the priority for the incoming manager, argues Phil McNulty.
'Not angry, gobsmacked' - Guscott
England's World Cup campaign fails to match the resources behind the scenes says Jeremy Guscott.
'Arsenal need consistency for title'
MOTD2 pundit Alan Shearer on how Arsenal's brilliant performance against Man Utd showed they do not hit top form often enough.
'Rejoin party & look to the future'
England's short-term World Cup legacy is bleak but grass-roots reform is the way to a brighter future, says Ben Dirs.
How Chelsea Ladies won the title
From a "magnificent" front four to a respected boss, BBC Sport looks at the reasons behind Chelsea Ladies's success.
Child targets Rio after her wedding
Eilidh Child is looking forward to her wedding this month and will then focus on success at next year's Rio Olympics.
Garth Crooks's team of the week
Who took Aston Villa to the cleaners? Who is Arsene Wenger lucky to have? Find out who is in the team of the week.
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Kipsiro and Kiplagat win in Glasgow
Uganda's Moses Kipsiro and Kenya's Edna Kiplagat win the half marathon races at the Great Scottish Run in Glasgow.
DeGale to fight Bute in November
James DeGale will defend his IBF world super-middleweight title against Lucian Bute in Canada on 28 November.
Fast bowler Hossain turns himself in
Bangladesh cricketer Shahadat Hossain turns himself in to face charges of torturing an 11-year-old housemaid.
Nibali wins first Giro di Lombardia
Italy's Vincenzo Nibali wins his first one-day classic with a breakaway victory in the 245km Giro di Lombardia.
I cannot afford mistakes - Cockroft
Hannah Cockroft says losing to her young rival has spurred her on to achieve success at next month's IPC World Championships.
United approach Saints about Wright
Dundee United contact St Johnstone for permission to speak to boss Tommy Wright, a move not welcomed by Saints' chairman.
Button can win at McLaren - Mansell
Jenson Button can win races again with McLaren-Honda, says 1992 world champion Nigel Mansell.
Denmark's Olesen wins Dunhill Links
Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen wins the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, with England's Chris Wood tied for fourth.
Golden Horn wins Arc under Dettori
Epsom Derby winner Golden Horn, ridden by Frankie Dettori, wins the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp.
Riders refuse to tackle Rio course
A BMX test event for next year's Rio Olympics is put back a day after riders refuse to race on an "unsafe" course.
Brisbane Broncos 16-17 North Queensland
Johnathan Thurston's boot won a first Premiership for North Queensland in a golden point win against Brisbane Broncos.
Ferris expects Ireland to improve
Despite a below-par display against Italy, ex-Lions flanker Stephen Ferris says Ireland can come out on top against France.
Trump thrashed by Wild in qualifiers
Judd Trump loses 6-0 to world number 120 Michael Wild in the International Championship qualifiers in Barnsley.
Finals cancelled after forest fires
Forest fires in Indonesia cause the cancellation of 11 World Cup swimming finals in Singapore at an hour's notice.
Bedene loses to Rosol in China Open
British number two Aljaz Bedene is out of the China Open after being beaten by Czech Lukas Rosol in the first round.
'Exhausted' Yarnold takes year out
Britain's "emotionally fatigued" Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold is taking a year-long break from skeleton.
Lancaster's 'four years of failure'
England have little choice but to dismiss head coach Stuart Lancaster, say ex-internationals Mark Cueto and Kyran Bracken.
McGhee keen on club management
Mark McGhee says he is keen to return to club management, but for now is focused on Scotland's Euro 2016 campaign.
Ched Evans rape case goes to appeal
Former Wales and Sheffield United footballer Ched Evans is to have his rape conviction reviewed by the Court of Appeal.
Concerns ease over Payne foot injury
Ireland team manager Mick Kearney expects Jared Payne to train ahead of Sunday's decisive Pool D tie with France.