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Monty's dive for the crease to regain his ground on the final afternoon of the Test series in New Zealand (Sky) was one of the highlights of a long winter's sport. But while Panesar provided a panacea to the endless deep freeze and warmed our hearts, England's nosedive in Montenegro saw Roy's boys catch a cold again. If Danny Welbeck's tumble in the penalty area hadn't been deemed a dive, it could have been so different. Anyway, you don't deliberately fall over if, as the hosts' coach had described England's footballers, you are not "running scared".

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The 32-year-old is hopeful of being included in squad for Rio 2014

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Margareta Pagano: George Osborne has to nurture Mr Happy's confidence

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Foster carers and parents of serving armed forces personnel will be exempted from welfare deductions if they have spare rooms, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has announced.

Versatile: Gubba in 2011 on ‘Dancing On Ice’

Tony Gubba: One of the great voices of football dies, aged 69

Gubba spent much of his TV career working for the BBC

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