Sport Former Germany international footballer Thomas Hitzlsperger has come out as gay

Hitzlsperger revealed on Wednesday that he is gay and hopes that the widespread acceptance will help to progress the discussion of homosexual sportspeople forward

Moyes celebrates one of Manchester United goals during his first league game in charge of the club (Rebecca Naden/Reuters)

David Moyes backed to prosper at Manchester United - by rival manager Jose Mourinho

The Chelsea boss says Monday night's opponent will succeed

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Poll: Which team will win the Premier League?

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Wigan manager Owen Coyle praises Manchester United boss David Moyes ahead of Sunday's Community Shield

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Chelsea youngsters impress in pre-season victory as senior squad prepare for Inter Milan friendly

A youthful looking Blues squad ran out 5-1 winners over Northern Premier League side Ilkeston on Tuesday

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David Gill has stood aside for group managing director Richard Arnold as well

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Former England captain wants striker to remain with club to help Moyes retain the league title for United

Sir Alex Ferguson has conquered football. Next, the world of finance?

To have had such longevity and success requires a remarkable range of skills

The deification has started already - Sir Alex Ferguson is the patron saint of football's moneymen

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The reaction: Sir Alex Ferguson retires after 27 years at Man Utd

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Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a 'corrupt world', his daughter claimed

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The Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a “corrupt world”, his daughter claimed.

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Alex Thomson celebrates third place in the Vendée Globe singlehanded round the world race. He saved enough for an early morning swig in Les Sables d’Olonne

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