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Scottish league leaders were beaten 3-0 by the Italian side

Neil Lennon has worked wonders in the Champions League this year

Celtic manager Neil Lennon looking forward to renewing rivalry with Juventus

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will be relishing another chance to pit his wits against Italian ginats Juventus when they come head-to-head in the knockout phase of the Champions League.

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Britons Geraint Thomas, Luke Rowe and Ian Stannard will be part of Team Sky's seven-strong squad for the season-opening Tour Down Under next month.

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Team Sky launched in 2010 with the ambition of winning the Tour de France with a British rider within five years. Bradley Wiggins has achieved it in three.

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The Australian Chris Sutton won stage two of the Tour of Spain yesterday in a bunch sprint, while Italy's Daniele Bennati took over as the race leader. Spain's Vicente Reynes finished second behind Team Sky's Sutton on the 174-km stage from La Nucia, with Germany's Marcel Kittel third.

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The Football League Column: In Leagues One and Two only three out of 24 games beat the bad weather

Lennon wants apology for penalty

Neil Lennon would like an apology from Dougie McDonald after the referee admitted lying to the Celtic boss following the now-infamous Tannadice penalty decision.

Lennon: 'It's rare for a football game to break out in Old Firm clash'

Celtic manager is up for challenge but something must give as arch-rivals defend 100 per cent records

Chris Sutton quits as Lincoln manager

Chris Sutton has quit as Lincoln manager after just a year in charge.

Cycling: Sky on a high after Sutton's sprint

British team continue their successful start with another one-two finish

FA Cup is brimming with possible shocks and slips

Bolton Wanderers v Lincoln City

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In one dugout, a caretaker, in the other, a rookie. For both the FA Cup offers a shot at glory. While Chris Evans, previously Gary Megson's assistant, takes charge of Bolton for probably his only match, Chris Sutton seeks respite from a difficult first post.

Delays leave Vokes' loan move to Coventry in doubt

Wolves tell Championship club to act swiftly or striker will move elsewhere

Chris Sutton appointed as Lincoln manager

Chris Sutton has been appointed as the new manager of Coca-Cola League Two club Lincoln.

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