Sport Stop the right to roam: Players like Romelu Lukaku must not be loaned to another Premier League side in tactical deals that benefit the parent clubs

If the FA Commission’s forthcoming report is to prove meaningful, it must embrace radical reform

Dons fans celebrate League return but Rovers spoil party

Fan-owned Wimbledon lose on comeback and face battle to put down roots among bigger rivals

Virgo bursts Wimbledon bubble

AFC Wimbledon 2 Bristol Rovers 3: Late penalty wins it for fancied Rovers but new boys make their presence felt on historic day

AFC Wimbledon: Brown plots different way up for Crazy Gang's heirs

Wimbledon manager offers a contrasting approach from club's forerunners as he prepares for League bow.

AFC Wimbledon: The Dons are back – and they mean business

It took nine years but this week the club who died return to life in the big league – and they're run by fans.

Team Murdoch: The men coaching Rupert for his date with MPs

Rupert Murdoch has been taking advice from one of the world's leading media trainers as he prepares for tomorrow's grilling by MPs over his company's handling of the phone-hacking scandal.

Skoda-driver Kvitova makes fast progress to conquer Sharapova

The Wimbledon champion has reached the top despite only playing for 'an hour or so' until the age of 16

At last, a Brit claims a singles final place

The wait is finally over. A Brit is through to a Wimbledon singles final, albeit the one for boys.

The handsome Spaniard who can put the British No 1 (and his mum) in a spin

Feliciano Lopez dreams of the days when serve-and-volley ruled in SW19 – and Judy Murray dreams about him.

SW19 Diary: 'Elf and safety leaves Wimbledon unwell

It probably breaks their own regulations, but the Health and Safety Executive has gone to war with Wimbledon. As the rain tumbled down, its chief executive opened hostilities yesterday morning only to be greeted with a withering return of fire from the All England Club. By the time the clouds had cleared, they had cleared the HSE's tanks off their lawns.

Roddick draws on crowd's support to brush aside Beck

Andy Roddick has become something of a Wimbledon fixture over the last decade and fans know exactly what they are going to get when they pay to watch the American No 8 seed.

Andy Roddick wins at Wimbledon

Andy Roddick has become something of a Wimbledon fixture over the last decade and fans know exactly what they are going to get when they pay to watch the American number eight seed.

Andy Murray slices through the spin: Winning is all

As his annual date with destiny looms, Britain's Wimbledon champion-in-waiting insists that nothing matters to him except making history, writes Paul Newman

Supporters Direct faces funding battle after anti-MK Dons tweets

Talks are likely to start this week between the Premier League and Supporters Direct (SD), with a view to restoring some of the funding for the latter organisation. This was withdrawn last week following a series of offensive tweets sent by SD chief executive officer Dave Boyle.

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