11 October 2011: 12:48am
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Britain's Mo Farah has been shortlisted for 2011 World Athlete of the Year by the sport's governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations.Read
Virtus Bologna owner Claudio Sabatini expects Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant's signing to be completed in the next few hours.Read
Alastair Cook has vehemently denied Umar Gul's accusation that England bowlers Stuart Broad and James Anderson have engaged in ball-tampering.Read
Tottenham have vowed to ban any fan found guilty of offensive chanting during Sunday's north London derby win over Arsenal.Read
Keith Millen has left Bristol City with the club bottom of the npower Championship table.Read
Alex Song accepts it is not "normal" for Arsenal to be in such disarray - and says the players must dig deep to turn the Gunners' season around.Read
Stephen Ferris insists Ireland's back row is capable of mixing it with any loose trio at the World Cup.Read
Wales appear on course to select from strength for Saturday's World Cup quarter-final against Ireland.Read
Prop Kyle Amor has signed a three-year contract with Wakefield, with whom he spent the whole of the 2011 season on loan from Leeds.Read
Liverpool winger Stewart Downing believes a goal in the Merseyside derby provides the ideal platform on which to build for striker Andy Carroll.Read
Everton captain Phil Neville hopes "sense prevails" and Jack Rodwell's controversial red card in the 216th Merseyside derby will be rescinded.Read
Kenny Miller is hopeful he will be given the all-clear for Scotland's crucial Euro 2012 qualifiers against Liechtenstein and Spain.Read
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp branded the Arsenal supporters who sang offensive chants at Emmanuel Adebayor in the north London derby win as "disgusting".Read
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp insists he never doubted his team's credentials after they extended their winning streak to four matches with a 2-1 victory over bitter rivals Arsenal.Read
Rory Best's participation in Ireland's World Cup quarter-final against Wales on Saturday is in serious doubt.Read
Lee Byrne believes Wales are capable of winning the Rugby World Cup.Read
Carlos Tevez is due to meet with Manchester City officials as the club investigate his alleged refusal to play against Bayern Munich last week, club representatives have confirmed.Read
Delon Armitage has been banned from England's Rugby World Cup quarter-final against France.Read
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