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Manchester United beat Barcelona and Real Madrid to top Deloitte rich list

Manchester United are back on top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time since 2005 but the pound's fall against the euro means they may struggle to beat Barcelona and Real Madrid next year.

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England come up short in Cuttack despite brilliant Eoin Morgan 100

Eoin Morgan's defiant century was not enough to prevent England losing the second one-day international against India, who sealed the series with a 15-run victory in Cuttack.

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Djokovic: I played with intensity

Novak Djokovic had to defend himself against accusations of lacking motivation after the 12-time grand slam champion crashed out of the Australian Open.

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Johanna Konta impresses opponent Naomi Osaka during Australian Open victory

Johanna Konta uses big words, according to Naomi Osaka, but the British number one had bigger shots too in her straight-sets win over the Japanese at the Australian Open.

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West Ham leave wantaway Dimitri Payet in limbo over Marseille move

Dimitri Payet remains in limbo at West Ham but manager Slaven Bilic is hopeful of making a new signing within the next 24 hours.

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Bernie Ecclestone casts doubt over his future role in the running of Formula One

Bernie Ecclestone has cast doubt over his long-standing Formula One reign after the sport's governing body approved the sale of its commercial rights to Liberty Media.

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Hull accept West Brom's £10million bid for midfielder Jake Livermore

Hull have accepted West Brom's bid of around £10million for midfielder Jake Livermore.

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Nicole Cooke to assist MPs with doping inquiry

Nicole Cooke is the latest big name from British cycling to be asked to give evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee's investigation into doping in sport.

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Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa 'submits transfer request'

Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa has submitted an official transfer request.

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Andy Murray's ankle 'a little bit sore' but he gets through practice unscathed

Andy Murray admitted his ankle still felt sore on Thursday but the Scot was able to practice unhindered as he prepares for his Australian Open third-round clash with Sam Querrey.

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Kyle Edmund loses to Pablo Carreno Busta at Australian Open

Kyle Edmund's Australian Open campaign came to a tame end as he was outclassed 6-2 6-4 6-2 by Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta in the second round.

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Claude Puel admits Southampton have received enquiries for captain Jose Fonte

Claude Puel says Jose Fonte is fielding several "opportunities" to leave Southampton in the January transfer window.

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Johanna Konta shows her class in win over Naomi Osaka at Australian Open

Johanna Konta underlined her status as a genuine contender for the Australian Open title by thrashing Japan's Naomi Osaka to reach the third round.

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Novak Djokovic dumped out of Australian Open by Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin

Defending champion Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Australian Open after falling victim to a stunning five-set defeat at the hands of wild card Denis Istomin.

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New dad Joe Root in no hurry to be England captain

Joe Root is in no rush to assume another new position of responsibility as England's Test captain having just become a father for the first time.

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Liverpool could lose Joel Matip for a month as Cameroon dispute rumbles on

Liverpool could be without Joel Matip for the next month as the row over the defender's availability rumbles on.

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Nervy Federer finds return to action at Australian Open tougher than expected

Roger Federer admits his Australian Open comeback was harder than he expected after the 17-time grand slam champion battled past Jurgen Melzer to reach the second round.

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Antonio Conte to check on Diego Costa's fitness on Tuesday

Diego Costa's fitness will be evaluated by Antonio Conte and his staff when Chelsea's first-team squad return to training on Tuesday.

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Fourth seed Halep suffers shock first round defeat in Melbourne

Simona Halep fell victim to the first shock of the Australian Open after the number four seed was dumped out by American Shelby Rogers.

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Sir Andy Murray pleased to get through tough Australian Open first-round match

Sir Andy Murray admits he had to dig deep as the below-par Briton beat Illya Marchenko to reach the Australian Open second round.

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