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Stuart Hall fought on without any sight in his left eye to claim the bantamweight title on Saturday

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Jack Wilshere admitted his shock at Fabio Capello's resignation as England manager tonight.

Fabio Capello leaving the Football Association headquarters earlier today

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JOHN TERRY: The defender’s place in the England squad is not believed to be under any threat

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The NFL says the St Louis Rams have agreed to play regular season games in London for the next three years, first facing the New England Patriots in 2012.

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