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‘I’d take pay cut to avoid burning out’

England and Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola says he would take a pay cut to play less rugby.

NFL protests ‘unlike anything I’ve seen’ – video & report

Protests at NFL games on Sunday were “unlike anything I’ve ever seen before”, says two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora.

Fifa to lift ban on poppy following talks with football associations of UK

Football’s world governing body is set to lift the ban on the poppy following talks with the football associations of the United Kingdom.

Brighton 1-0 Newcastle Rafael Benitez believes Mbemba fouled in build-up to Brighton goal

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez believes Chancel Mbemba was fouled in the build-up to Brighton’s winner after the Magpies suffer a 1-0 loss against the Seagulls.

Hemed helps Brighton edge out Newcastle

Tomer Hemed scores the only goal as Brighton beat Newcastle United to record their second successive home Premier League win.

Exeter earn comfortable bonus-point win over Wasps

Olly Woodburn scores two tries as champions Exeter claim a bonus point in a comfortable victory over Wasps.

NFL: Baltimore Ravens & Jacksonville Jaguars protest during US national anthem

Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars players protest during the US national anthem before the NFL match at Wembley.

Genoa have two sent off in injury time after Inter’s late winner

Adel Taarabt is one of two Genoa players sent off in injury time after Inter Milan score a late winner.

Clarke scores twice as Blades win Sheffield derby

Leon Clarke scores twice as Sheffield United hold off a Sheffield Wednesday fight back to win an enthralling Steel City derby.

Chelsea Ladies thrash Bristol City in opener

Maren Mjelde scores twice as Chelsea Ladies begin their Women’s Super League One campaign by thrashing Bristol City Women.

Aberdeen hold on to beat Motherwell and move second

Andrew Considine’s winner gives Aberdeen revenge for their League Cup defeat by Motherwell as they move up to second in the Premiership.

FA women’s chief hopes no-one loses job over ‘painful’ Sampson saga

Baroness Campbell, the FA’s head of women’s football, hopes no-one at the organisation loses their job after Mark Sampson’s sacking.

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