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Fine fightback keeps Europe's Ryder Cup hopes alive

Europe will have to create history to retain the Ryder Cup after being whitewashed in the opening session, but a brilliant fightback kept their hopes firmly alive at Hazeltine.

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Boxer Mike Towell dies in hospital after Glasgow fight

Scottish boxer Mike Towell has died in hospital after he was seriously injured in a bout.

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FA chief executive Martin Glenn says Arsene Wenger would 'fit England criteria'

Arsene Wenger is among the candidates who "perfectly" fit the criteria to become England manager, Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has said.

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Mark McCall praises Saracens fly-half Alex Lozowski after England call-up

Saracens rugby director Mark McCall reflected on another assured performance by fly-half Alex Lozowski after he marked his England squad call-up with a starring role against Bristol at Ashton Gate.

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Agent Pino Pagliara: I lied to Telegraph investigators

Agent Pino Pagliara has said that he lied to undercover reporters about bribery in English football.

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Alan Pardew believes officials were wrong to disallow Damien Delaney effort

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew felt his side had been treated harshly by the match officials after the Eagles had a goal disallowed in debatable circumstances in their 1-1 draw at Everton.

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Harry Redknapp claims players in his team bet on match

Harry Redknapp has claimed that players at a team he managed gambled on the result of one of their matches.

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Sam Allardyce could face football ban over saga that saw him lose England job

Sam Allardyce could face Football Association charges and even a ban following the controversy that brought his England reign to an abrupt end.

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Tyson Fury caught up in new controversy after cocaine claims

Tyson Fury was facing fresh questions about his boxing future on Friday as it was reported he recently tested positive for cocaine.

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Andrew Strauss says England ready to focus on cricket after security issues

Andrew Strauss believes England are ready to move on from the controversies that have plagued the build-up to their tour of Bangladesh.

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Eddie Jones open to idea of extending his England contract

Eddie Jones admits his reign as England head coach could be extended beyond the 2019 World Cup.

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Birmingham to bid for 2026 Commonwealth Games

Birmingham has declared its intention to launch a bid to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games.

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Ciaran Kilduff the Dundalk hero once again

Dundalk made history in the Europa League after forward Ciaran Kilduff came off the bench to seal three points in a 1-0 win against Maccabi Tel Aviv.

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Ibrahimovic header snatches drab win for United

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's close-range header secured Manchester United a much-needed win from a flat Europa League clash with Zorya Luhansk.

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Southampton take point against stubborn Hapoel Be'er Sheva

Southampton secured a valuable point in their bid to progress to the Europa League's knockout stages with a 0-0 draw as Hapoel Be'er Sheva continued their extraordinary undefeated record at the Turner Stadium.

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Johanna Konta gracious in defeat as Petra Kvitova proves too strong in China

British number one Johanna Konta paid tribute to Petra Kvitova after the Czech knocked her out of the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open at the quarter-final stage.

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Danny Willett apologises for insulting article written by his brother

Masters champion Danny Willett has apologised following the publication of an article written by his brother which describes American Ryder Cup fans as a "braying mob of imbeciles."

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United States captain Davis Love confident over choice to play morning foursomes

United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love is confident he has not put his team at a disadvantage by opting to play morning foursomes at Hazeltine National Golf Club.

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Chris Froome speaks out about the use of TUEs in cycling

Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome has described the rules allowing athletes to take drugs that would normally be banned under sport's anti-doping rules as "open to abuse" and in need of urgent reform.

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Jordan Spieth hopes United States paint a pretty Ryder Cup picture at Hazeltine

Jordan Spieth is reminded of his first Ryder Cup by a painting of himself on the first tee at Gleneagles - but one thing he does not want to commemorate is the United States' poor record.

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