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David Moyes spoke out for the first time since his sacking, saying he understood United fans’ frustration.
Spain’s Kiko Martinez held onto his IBF title with a technical knockout on Wednesday night.
Jake White keeps bulk of his table-topping Sharks side unchanged in hope to end their home run on high.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has emerged as a candidate to succeed David Moyes, according to newspaper reports.
Michael Rogers can race again after the UCI lifted his provisional suspension stemming from a positive doping test.
Flip van der Merwe will miss the Bulls clash against the Western Force on Saturday after being handed a three-week suspension.
Fifa’s top World Cup official says there is “not a minute” to waste on getting the venues in Brazil ready.
Legend Ian Poulter believes Europe’s key Ryder Cup players are coming into form just at the right time for the clash.
Far away from the cricket pitch, in a cramped conference room at a Holiday Inn – Cassim Docrat has his face in his hands.
By axing David Moyes after less than a season, United contravened principles explicitly laid out by Alex Ferguson.
Jose Mourinho plans to play a weakened Chelsea team for their game away to Liverpool on Sunday.
Defending champion Maria Sharapova survived a first-round scare at Stuttgart to defeat Lucie Safarova.
The knives were out for David Moyes long before Manchester United’s crushing loss at Everton.
Fernando Torres started up front for Chelsea on his return to the Vicente Calderon as a visiting player for the first time.
Two years after retiring from swimming Michael Phelps is plunging into uncharted waters.
Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc has reiterated his belief that injured top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic will play again before the end of the season.
Japan's Kei Nishikori won his first clay match of the season at the Barcelona Open after returning from a three week absence due to a groin injury.
Man United need a new manager following David Moyes' dismissal, but critical issues await the new man.
New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder has signed for Essex until the end of the season, the English county side announced.