Gregg Wylde set to leave Rangers amid cost-cutting

Kyle Bartley left Rangers' training ground this afternoon saying talks over the players' futures remained ongoing.

Matt Phillips is in the Scotland squad to face Slovenia next week

Scots' move for Phillips 'bad news' for England, says Holloway

The Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, has criticised the Football Association for letting his club's winger Matt Phillips choose to represent Scotland over England.

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London Eye: Cross-country trail runs through Woods

The best-known member of Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletics Club – past or present – has been in the news this week. It was announced on Tuesday that Zola Budd is to run in the 56-mile Comrades Marathon in South Africa in June – the ultimate running challenge for the woman who famously tangled with Mary Decker in the 3,000m at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984.

Ice Hockey: Legend Hand to coach Team GB

British ice hockey legend Tony Hand has been named the new head coach of the Great Britain team.

Million women are 'missing' from Britain's workforce

Changes to family and tax policies would boost the economy

Croatia signs up for EU

Croatia is signing its long-awaited accession treaty that will bring it into the European Union in 2013 after ratification by the legislatures of the bloc's 27 member nations.

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Rowing: Women's eight clinch world bronze in Bled

Britain's women's eight picked up a bronze medal at the World Championships in Bled, Slovenia yesterday.

Rowing: British pair forge clear to take gold

Great Britain's Peter Chambers and Kieren Emery have won gold in the lightweight men's pair at the World Championships in Bled, Slovenia.

Bullard's contract to be terminated by Hull

Hull City have moved to terminate the contract of Jimmy Bullard, their £5m record signing.

Rowing: British pair get another crack at supreme Kiwis

Pete Reed and Andy Triggs-Hodge have been given the chance to make it 14th time lucky when they take on the dominant New Zealand pair of Eric Murray and Hamish Bond at next month's World Championships in Bled, Slovenia.

Ottey on target for London 2012

Merlene Ottey has her sights on competing at an eighth Olympic Games next year, at the age of 52.

Cycling: Wiggins holds on to his Dauphiné lead

Bradley Wiggins retained the leader's yellow jersey as German John Degenkolb won yesterday's fourth stage of the Dauphiné Libéré.

Skiing: Vonn vents her 'anger' in slalom to clinch super-combined crown

Lindsey Vonn won the super-combined World Cup title when she finished second in the season's final race in the discipline in Tarvisio, Italy, yesterday.

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