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Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

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Team GB's football teams aiming for medal success

Both of Team GB's football teams have made it through to the quarter-finals stage and keeper Karen Bardsley has her sights set on medal success.

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Great Britain coach Stuart Pearce believes being part of the Olympics has helped his side to avoid being burdened with the sort of expectations that have hampered England at major tournaments.

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Olympics appearance takes the heat off Team GB footballer Craig Bellamy

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Great Britain's striker Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring during the London 2012 Olympic Games men's football match between Britain and Uruguay at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff

Sturridge puts GB into last eight

Football may not be a universally welcome presence at these Olympic Games but Great Britain's men joined their female counterparts in the quarter-finals last night with a spirited display that will ensure the game gets closer to centre stage.

Great Britain's striker Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring during the London 2012 Olympic Games men's football match between Britain and Uruguay at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff

Stuart Pearce sets sights on gold as Team GB progress to quarter-finals

Stuart Pearce saw his Great Britain side take a step closer to an Olympic medal by beating Uruguay last night but insists gold is the only colour he is planning for.

Daniel Sturridge celebrates opening the scoring last night
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Giggs urges Welsh fans not to boo national anthem before Team GB face Uruguay

Ryan Giggs has called on Welsh fans not to boo God Save the Queen before Great Britain's match against Uruguay on Wednesday.

Spain lose invincible tag after Olympic tournament elimination

World and European champions Spain were dumped out of the Olympic tournament by Honduras last night.

Team GB beat UAE 3-1 at Wembley last night

Stuart Pearce expect pressure to rise for Team GB following ahead of Uruguay clash

Stuart Pearce admitted the pressure on his Great Britain side would reach another level on Wednesday after watching them set-up a sudden death Olympic clash with Uruguay.

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Steph Houghton celebrates the winning goal

Team GB off to winning start with victory over New Zealand in Cardiff

David Beckham might not be playing football for Great Britain at the Olympics but he must have recognised the quality of the free-kick that won them their opening game today. Team GB start the Olympic games with a 1-0 victory over New Zealand at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff, thanks to one moment of brilliance from Steph Houghton.

Welsh kick-off for Olympic football

The Olympics kick off in Wales today - two days before the official opening ceremony in London.

Powell set for Games lift-off

Hope Powell said she hoped to transform the status of women's football in Britain, after announcing her Great Britain squad for the Olympics yesterday.

David Beckham lights the Olympic Torch

David Beckham set to be included in provisional Team GB Olympic squad

David Beckham will be the most notable inclusion when Great Britain's 35-man provisional Olympic squad is submitted later today.

Wales name squad to take on Australia

Wales will head into the first of their three Tests against Australia in Brisbane on Saturday with 11 of the starting XV that clinched Grand Slam glory against France in March.

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