Sport Juan Mata (right) and David Moyes wearing Nike branded kit

Adidas, Puma and Warrior are all likely to be interested in a possible link-up with the Premier League champions

Thrifty Living: No, I don't want to dress like sienna, even if it is cheap

Spend thrift Janie comes round for a cup of tea, looking very pleased with herself. "Ever heard of the Sienna syndrome?" she asks, semi-rhetorically. I try to look as if I am very up to date. Trouble is, I can't immediately remember exactly who Sienna Miller is. Is she the one who was dumped by Jude Law for the nanny, or the one who was hooked mid-nanny, or the one who was seduced post-nanny, but later dumped just before the Olivier Awards? I think the problem is that she has one of those instantly forgettable faces, a bit like Dido.

Press Advertising: They all know the score...

Men and women have very different approaches to reading newspapers. Author Mark Tungate reveals the secrets of targeting male readers

Small Talk: Probability bets on crazy camels after gamblers get the hump with US laws

Probability has not had the easiest of starts to its life on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), hit by the fallout of US legislation just a week after listing. But with a business model backed by the market and rising revenues, the mobile phone gambling specialist is preparing for one of the industry's showpiece events this week with confidence. A year and a bit on from its listing, Probability is gearing up for its second International Casino Exhibition (ICE) in Earls Court.

My style: Clara Bajado

Occupation: Hip-hop dancer and Nike brand ambassador
Age: 26
Personal style: Urban androgyny

Valery Gergiev: Light the red touchpaper, stand back

Ticket sales boom when Valery Gergiev is in town - and the fiery Russian now heads the LSO. Jessica Duchen salutes a conductor who can galvanise the concert business - if he chooses to

World Cup opening concert: Right Said Fred - Big in Germany

Their star burned briefly a long time ago at home. Yet the Fairbrass brothers last night took centre stage before 100,000 fans in Berlin. Why does Europe adore them? Matthew Beard reports

Abigail Townsend: BAA flies high, but just wait till it touches down

The airport authority's assets look better on paper than on the ground

Lords rule in favour of ex-wives

The Law Lords ruled in favour of ex-wives today in a major legal ruling on two big money divorce cases.

Bulls charge past outclassed Quins

Lesley Vainikolo, Shontayne Hape and Andy Lynch scored two tries each and Paul Deacon kicked nine goals to help Bradford cruise to a 58-16 win over Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop yesterday. Steve McNamara's side are now third in the Super League table, a point behind Leeds.

Sail of the century

While the crowds cheered Britain's record-breaking sailor in Falmouth yesterday, her sponsors were indulging in a quiet moment of celebration. Cahal Milmo reports on a very substantial DIY deal

Sponsor row mars Team GB's party

The Olympic gold medallists Mark Lewis-Francis and Bradley Wiggins stand to miss next Monday's champions' parade in London because of a dispute over their kit.

Marathon: Radcliffe's earning power to surge - if she wins tomorrow's marathon

Although the Olympic tradition of amateurism will deny Paula Radcliffe prize money if she wins the marathon tomorrow, she may yet double her earnings.

Living for kicks

Billy Wingrove may be a Premiership reject, but he could still teach Ronaldo and Co a few tricks. Like keeping the ball in the air with his feet 2,848 times. Peter Conchie gets a humbling lesson in the art of close control from Britain's foremost freestyle footballer
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