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New York Yankees could play MLB game at Manchester City's Etihad Stadium after -£66m partnership deal
Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium could host a New York Yankees baseball fixture after the two clubs agreed a $100 million (£66 million) partnership to run the New York City FC Major League Soccer franchise.
Paolo Di Canio's crackdown on player discipline backed by Sunderland owner Ellis Short
Sunderland owner Ellis Short has backed Paolo Di Canio’s implementation of a strict new regime, despite complaints from the manager’s own players and heavy criticism from the Professional Footballers’ Association.
West Ham have -£15 milllion bid for Andy Carroll accepted but striker keen to make his mark with Liverpool
Andy Carroll is stalling on a £15 million move to West Ham after Liverpool accepted a bid for the England striker.
Roberto Mancini paid the price for Manchester City's season of failure, says Gaà«l Clichy
Gaël Clichy has claimed Roberto Mancini was “at fault” for Manchester City’s poor season, the first senior player to speak publicly about the manager's sacking
Kris Commons ends Scotland career as Gordon Strachan names squad to face Croatia
Kris Commons dramatically called time on his short Scotland career on Tuesday night after winning only 12 caps in five years.
Scottish Cup final 2013: Anthony Stokes on what Celtic must do, plus Hibs team news
They had their Scottish league title safely stowed away last month and Celtic have already absorbed their Champions League exploits against Barcelona into legend, but Anthony Stokes believes that the Hoops need to win the William Hill Scottish Cup to make this a truly memorable campaign.
Motherwell fear Stuart McCall exit as Hearts release Mehdi Taouil
Sheffield United have made an approach to Motherwell for permission to hold talks with Stuart McCall over their managerial vacancy.
Real Madrid should never have hired Jose Mourinho according to former president Ramon Calderon
Real Madrid should never have hired Jose Mourinho, according to former president Ramon Calderon.
Tony Pulis sacked by Stoke after problematic campaign at the Britannia Stadium
Tony Pulis’s seven-year reign at Stoke City came to a brutal end when he was sacked by chairman Peter Coates on Tuesday, even though his proud record of never being relegated as a manager remained intact.
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway grateful for Brighton's 'poodunnit' in changing rooms
Ian Holloway cannot solve football’s most celebrated ‘poodunnit’ but Crystal Palace’s manager is adamant that the “complete lunatic” who smeared excrement in their dressing room before their Championship play-off match at Brighton was the team’s real match winner.