Lewis: I won't fight this year
Lennox Lewis has announced he will not fight again this year, but remains undecided about whether to retire.
A tennis dad and a court mystery
Valentine Fauviau is a sporting prodigy - now her career could be over at 13 because her father is accused of drugging her brother's rivals. Paul Webster reports on the fierce ambition that drives parents to the edge.
Man Utd starlet killed in crash
Manchester United reserve forward Jimmy Davis has been killed in a car accident.
Cole hopes Hammers fans forgive him
Joe Cole has pleaded with the West Ham fans to try and understand his reasons for leaving Upton Park to join big-spending Chelsea.
Ferguson offers to stay as long as he is wanted
Manchester United's manager Sir Alex Ferguson has thrown down the gauntlet to the rest of the Premiership by announcing that he would like to stay at Old Trafford for as long as the club will have him.
A welcome only Thais can provide
The David Beckham bandwagon thundered into Bangkok on Saturday afternoon - and almost left him suffocated in a mass of orchids.
Real warms up to cheering Thais
Thousands of euphoric fans watched and cheered Real Madrid ahead of a preseason match against Thailand's national squad.
Harford loses long fight against cancer
The former Blackburn Rovers manager Ray Harford died yesterday, aged 58, following a long battle against cancer.
Henman upbeat over injury
British number one Tim Henman is confident his build-up to the US Open will not be affected by the knee problem he suffered in the Montreal Masters.
Top striker 'Slow Poison' dies in car crash
Orlando Pirates top striker Lesley Manyathela, affectionately known as "Slow Poison" died in a car accident on Saturday night on N1 outside Musina, Limpopo police said.
Old rivals go head-to-head
Manchester United and Arsenal are preparing to go head-to-head in the Community Shield.
Chelsea sign Serie A star
Chelsea have confirmed they have agreed a fee with Italian club Parma for Romania striker Adrian Mutu.
Leaving the asylum to the lunatics
Kevin Mitchell looks at the sorry world that once offered the biggest prize in sport.
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