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FA chairman Greg Dyke says sorry for England's miserable Euro 2016 exit

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has apologised for England's performance at Euro 2016.

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Crystal Palace sign Andros Townsend from Newcastle

Crystal Palace have signed Andros Townsend from Newcastle for £13million.

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IAAF rule Yuliya Stepanova eligible to compete at Olympics under neutral flag

Russian doping whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova has become the first athlete to be granted permission to compete at the Rio Olympics under a neutral flag after the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) ruled in the Russian's favour.

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Manchester City sign Spain international Nolito on four-year deal

Manchester City have confirmed the signing of Nolito from Celta Vigo.

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Renato Sanches insists Portugal players can handle criticism

Renato Sanches insists any criticism of Portugal has no effect on the players as they reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 after a penalty shoot-out victory over Poland.

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Christian Kabasele signs for Watford

Watford have confirmed the signing of Belgium international Christian Kabasele on a five-year contract from Genk.

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Andy Murray happy to move through the gears at Wimbledon

Andy Murray was happy to step up a gear as he continued a pleasingly low-key start to his Wimbledon campaign.

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Chris Coleman wishes father could witness Wales' successful run

Chris Coleman admits his one regret at Wales reaching the quarter-final of Euro 2016 is that his father Paddy is not around to see it.

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Johanna Konta happy despite her Wimbledon exit

Johanna Konta felt no frustration despite crashing out in the Wimbledon second round to an excellent display from Eugenie Bouchard.

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Heather Watson says Wimbledon defeat was one of her worst

Heather Watson admitted losing to Germany's Annika Beck at Wimbledon after spurning three match points was one of the worst moments of her career.

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Chris Froome hopes delayed start to training brings Tour and Olympic glory

Chris Froome is banking on a delayed start to his Tour de France preparations to help him win the yellow jersey and keep him in shape for a tilt at Olympic gold later this summer.

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Venus Williams calls for Wimbledon equality after Court 18 clash

Venus Williams demanded gender equality from Wimbledon organisers after the five-time champion was sent to play on tiny Court 18 in the second round.

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Portugal beat Poland on penalties to advance to Euro 2016 semi-finals

Portugal beat Poland on penalties to advance into the semi-finals of Euro 2016 - despite not having won a game in 90 minutes at the tournament.

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Grigor Dimitrov: I won't look into my Wimbledon past for inspiration

Grigor Dimitrov is not allowing memories of his previous success at Wimbledon to distract him from the job in hand.

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Paul Farbrace :Jason Roy highlights England's new winning mentality

Record-breaking Jason Roy is the epitome of England's new winning swagger under Eoin Morgan.

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Dan Evans: I won't treat Roger Federer clash at Wimbledon like a day out

British opponents are like London buses for Roger Federer but his third-round Wimbledon clash with Dan Evans will be no "Lord Mayor's Show".

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Marcus Willis sent to Coventry after Centre Court date

Marcus Willis headed out of Wimbledon with Coventry his destination on Thursday as he prepared to swap Centre Court and Roger Federer for a local-league doubles match.

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Nick Blackwell amazed by David Haye's donation

David Haye has donated almost £100,000 to Nick Blackwell to help the former British middleweight champion prepare for retirement.

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Wales captain Ashley Williams in 'good shape' ahead of Belgium quarter-final

Wales captain Ashley Williams expects to be in "good shape" for the Euro 2016 quarter-final against Belgium.

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Antonio Conte hails Italy's work-rate in win over Spain

Italy head coach Antonio Conte hailed his team's tremendous work ethic after goals from Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle swept them past Spain and into the quarter-finals of Euro 2016.

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