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

Production staff choose between 30 cameras, which offered no hiding place for England’s Ravi Bopara after his duck

Sky make Premier League matches available on 'pay-per-view'

Currently a subscription is needed to watch Sky Sports

Outlook brightens for Dharamsala's debut

Reports of the death of Dharamsala's one-day dream are greatly exaggerated. The final game of the series between India and England, taking place this Sunday, has been variously frozen off, snowed off, postponed, cancelled and relocated.

Linesman John Brooks has been stood down from FA Cup duty after telling Manchester City's Joleon Lescott, pictured, to applaud the fans on Sunday

Official who urged Joleon Lescott to applaud '£62' Manchester City fans axed from FA Cup duty

Dim view taken of Brooks telling defender to go and see away support at Emirates

But earlier Alastair Cook had been given out caught behind when he hadn’t touched the ball

Alastair Cook savours 'very special' victory in India

England draw final Test to take series 2-1

FA investigate Rio Ferdinand incident

The Football Association has confirmed it has opened an investigation into an incident at the end of today's Manchester derby when an object was thrown from the crowd and hit United's Rio Ferdinand.

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El-Hadji Diouf speaks to Leeds manager Neil Warnock yesterday

Millwall deny racial abuse of Leeds United's El-Hadji Diouf

Millwall 1 Leeds United 0

John King, America's answer to Gary Neville

Best US election TV wizardry: CNN gives good graphics

The Beeb may have had the gravitas of the Dimblebot, Sky News may have had the resources of News International and ITV may have had slightly squiffy Ian Hislop at the US embassy party, but for sheer number-crunching brilliance, yesterday morning's winner was CNN.

England coach Gary Neville

'Concentrate on your job!': Gary Neville hits out after Prime Minister enters racism debate

Gary Neville has responded to David Cameron's attempts to wade in on the racism in football debate by telling the Prime Minister to “concentrate on your job”.

Test Match Special commentators Henry Blofeld, left, and Jonathan Agnew

Stumped! Test Match Special could be bowled out by India fees row

Cult cricket report may fall silent for first time in 40 years after BBC was asked for more money

Shakhtar's highly regarded attacking midfielder Willian

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QPR manager Mark Hughes

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Andy Murray in action in Shanghai

Andy Murray storms into Shanghai Masters quarter-finals

Andy Murray made short work of Alexandr Dolgopolov at the Shanghai Masters today, advancing to the last eight in under an hour.

Olympiakos train at the Emirates stadium

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A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League fixture at the Emirates Stadium

Superbikes and Moto GP unite

The organisers of rival motorcycling race series MotoGP and World Superbikes have agreed to bring their interests together for the first time.

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