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Torres hungry for glory in game of his life

Fernando Torres called the Champions League final with Real Madrid the game of his life as he yearns for a first trophy with his boyhood club.

Stormers must sort out scrums, lineouts

The Stormers’ focus will be on winning scrums and lineouts, which they have been battling with, when they take on the Cheetahs at Newlands.

Ferdinand welcomes Mourinho to United

Former Man United defender Rio Ferdinand has welcomed the appointment of “true winner” Jose Mourinho as manager at Old Trafford.

More than a cup up for grabs

The motivation to win the Nedbank Cup final might be similar for Orlando Pirates’ Eric Tinkler and his SuperSport United counterpart Stuart Baxter, says Njabulo Ngidi.

Mourinho, Guardiola set for first faceoff in Beijing

The new managers of Man United and Man City will face an early confrontation when the teams meet in a friendly in Beijing on July 25.

Mokoka, Bruintjies push for fast times

Stephen Mokoka has just lost his 5 000m national record, but he’ll have a chance to chase the 10 000m mark when he runs alongside Mo Farah at a Diamond League meet in the US.

Nadal pulls out of French Open

Nine-times French Open champion Rafael Nadal unexpectedly pulled out of the French Open because of a left wrist injury.

Mosimane could upstage Hunt, Ertugral

Three coaches have made it on to the list of nominees for the PSL 'Coach of the Season' award which will be made at the annual end-of-season spectacle.

Forget last three years, Mourinho tells United

"I prefer to focus on the giant club I have in my hands now and I think what the fans are expecting me to say is that I want to win."

Stormers centre called up by Scotland

Stormers centre Huw Jones is set to make his Test debut in the June international window after being called up by Scotland.

Waratahs strike from long range to thump Chiefs

Tries from Andrew Kellaway, Michael Hooper and Israel Folau propelled the New South Wales Waratahs to a surprise win.

No-nonsense Murray eases past Karlovic

Andy Murray's French Open campaign gathered pace as he made light work of big serving Croatian Ivo Karlovic to reach the fourth round.

Savea saves Hurricanes with last minute try

Ardie Savea broke through three tackles in the final minute to score his second try that gave the Hurricanes a much needed victory over the Highlanders.

Shaun Abrahams, those brows are tash-tastic!

If NPA head Shaun Abrahams had to meet Austin Powers, the international man of mystery would have a “Moley-moley-moley-moley-moley!” moment, writes Kevin McCallum.

Bulls v Lions: Fighting on Four Fronts

These four individual battles could decide who wins the Gauteng derby, writes Vata Ngobeni.

Football world mourns the death of Ted Dumitru

Tributes are pouring in for former Bafana, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns coach Ted Dimitru, after he died from a heart attack.

Who'll bring home the cup?

Both SuperSport and Pirates are looking to end their disappointing seasons on a high in the Nedbank Cup final.

Attack the new game-plan for Phangiso

Aaron Phangiso wants to be a wicket taker rather than just a defensive spinner, writes Start Hess.

Man United finally #WelcomeJose

Manchester United officially named Jose Mourinho as their new manager in place of the sacked Louis van Gaal.

FA Cup opts for sudden-death for quarter-finals

FA Cup quarter-final replays will be scrapped from next season to ease the fixture congestion in English soccer, the FA announced.

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