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The Swans do not want to let him go without finding a replacement

Leed manager Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock refuses to give up as Leeds United chase promotion

Leeds play Millwall in the Championship this weekend

Stuart Lancaster (centre) watches Toby Flood during training at Pennyhill Park yesterday

Six Nations: Toby Flood 'on standby' with injured Owen Farrell likely to be saved for Grand Slam climax against Wales

No 10 may not be risked against Italy even if he recovers but Burns can earn place on the bench

England’s Ben Youngs, Tom Youngs and Tom Wood (from left) try their hand at archery at Pennyhill Park yesterday

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Lancaster's side beating opponents thanks to methods of Matt Parker, the ex-Team GB expert

England's head coach Stuart Lancaster watches his team warm up before the start of their Six Nations rugby union match against France

Stuart Lancaster praises his youngsters but admits luck over try

England's head coach, Stuart Lancaster, praised the maturity of his young team after a match described as "brutal" by his assistant Andy Farrell as they remained on course for a first Six Nations Championship Grand Slam since 2003. But Lancaster also admitted his side had been lucky to be awarded their solitary and crucial try by Manu Tuilagi in the second half.

Two Inces: Manager Paul is introduced to the crowd,left, and Tom shows his skill, right

Match Report: Paul Ince pleased with return to the family business

Blackpool 0 Leicester City 0

Exeter kicked three penalties to one by Stephen Myler (pictured)

Stephen Myler signs new deal with Northampton

Fly-half has agreed terms "for the foreseeable future"

Liam Ferrar outside Leicester Magistrates Court, where he was sentenced for leaving a pig's head on the steps of a Muslim community centre

Man who left pig's head outside Muslim place of worship in religiously motivated attack is spared jail

Liam Ferrar, 24, admitted leaving the frozen head outside a Muslim community centre in Leicester on Boxing Day last year

Good kicker: Ben Botica en route to 20 points in place of injured Nick Evans

Match Report: Inspirational Danny Care reinforces his England claim

Harlequins 25 Leicester Tigers 21

Manu Tuilagi is set to be back in action for Leicester
Nicolas Mas of France holds his head in disappointment during his team's match with Wales

Six Nations: England expected to beat France by 30 points - but wounded animals can be dangerous

France must travel to England yet having already suffered two defeats

Philippa Langley: Hero or Villain?

Now is the winter of our discontent/made glorious summer by the sound of Oxbridge types choking on their cornflakes.

Row over burial site for Richard III

A war of words has broken out between council leaders in Leicester and York over where to bury the remains of Richard III.

Brian O’Driscoll has been called a ‘world leader’ by England’s Ben Youngs

England's midfield could change for Six Nations 'game of chess' with Ireland

England play Ireland in Dublin on Sunday

Remains found in trench one of the Grey Friars dig

Next tourist hotspot? Locals hope for economic boost for Leicester after Richard III skeleton discovery

The people of Leicester reacted with delight to the news that the skeleton found in a council car park in the city did indeed belong to Richard III, saying the discovery will provide a boost to the local economy by pulling in tourists.

Scarlets in the pink after yellow peril hits Tigers

Scarlets 40 Leicester Tigers 19
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