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Pep Guardiola pumped up for Champions League return

Pep Guardiola is fired up by the return of the Champions League.

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Sutton vow to bring roly poly goalie down to earth after pie publicity stunt

Sutton have promised that reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw will be brought 'back down to earth' after he enjoyed five minutes of fame by eating a pie on the substitutes' bench during Monday night's glamour FA Cup tie against Arsenal.

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Arsene Wenger 'astonished' by Sutton's performance as Arsenal progress in FA Cup

Arsene Wenger admits the performance of non-league Sutton was "astonishing" as they offered a stern test to his Arsenal side before falling to FA Cup defeat.

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UK Sport stand by decision to cut funding of seven Olympic and Paralympic sports

UK Sport bosses have denied being "brutal" in their choices about which sports to back with public money for Tokyo 2020 and warned that the funding landscape is only going to get tougher.

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Mako Vunipola in line for England return for Six Nations clash with Italy

Saracens prop Mako Vunipola is set to make his first appearance of this year's RBS 6 Nations when England face Italy on Sunday.

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Kevin Pietersen wants ICC to act on Test cricket after Tymal Mills' IPL payday

Kevin Pietersen has described Tymal Mills' £1.4million Indian Premier League deal as a slap in the face for Test cricket.

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R&A to 'stay out of politics' when choosing Open venue

R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers insists the organisation should "stay out of politics" after revealing its relationship with Turnberry owner Donald Trump has not changed since he became US President.

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RFL to clamp down on unsportsmanlike behaviour in Super League

The Rugby Football League is to clamp down on unsportsmanlike behaviour after a spate of ball-throwing incidents in the first two rounds of the 2017 Betfred Super League.

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Giggs enjoying life outside coaching as he eyes more challenging opportunities

Manchester United great Ryan Giggs has no qualms about extending his coaching break beyond the summer unless the right challenge crops up.

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Laura Muir heads Great Britain squad for European Indoor Championships

In-form Laura Muir will launch her bid to become a double champion after the Great Britain squad for the European Indoor Championships was confirmed.

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Ben Stokes and Tymal Mills astonished after bagging 'life-changing' IPL deals

Ben Stokes has bagged a "mental" £1.7million deal to play for Rising Pune Supergiants at this year's Indian Premier League auction.

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Tony Bellew sends strong warning to David Haye ahead of their heavyweight bout

Tony Bellew has warned David Haye he will not hesitate to hit out should he feel provoked when the two Britons face off again prior to their heavyweight bout.

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Mercedes management duo Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda sign new long-term deals

Toto Wolff and non-executive chairman Niki Lauda have both signed new long-term deals with Mercedes.

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Sutton switch focus to avoiding relegation after Arsenal end FA Cup run

Sutton chairman Bruce Elliott has said the club must focus on avoiding relegation from the National League after the "wonderful distraction" of a run to the FA Cup fifth round.

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Rory McIlroy plays round of golf with US president Donald Trump

Rory McIlroy played a round with US president Donald Trump on Sunday as he continues his recovery from a rib injury.

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UK Sport bosses blame Brexit for making funding decisions harder

UK Sport bosses have blamed Brexit for making decisions about which Olympic and Paralympic sports to fund even harder.

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Trump-owned Turnberry remains on Open rota

Nothing that Donald Trump has done since becoming President of the United States has changed the prospects of his Turnberry course hosting the Open Championship, according to the R&A.

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UKAD chief's appearance before select committee postponed by one week

The much-anticipated appearance of UK Anti-Doping boss Nicole Sapstead before the Culture, Media and Sport (CMS) select committee has been postponed by one week to Wednesday, March 1.

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Danny Cowley delighted with FA Cup draw as Lincoln face either Sutton or Arsenal

Lincoln manager Danny Cowley hailed a "win-win" draw after his National League side were pitted against either Arsenal or Sutton in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

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Nigel Wood: Super League's World Club Series win strengths RFL's hand

Super League's maiden World Club Series triumph has strengthened the Rugby Football League's hand as they step up negotiations for the 2018 event, according to chief executive Nigel Wood.

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