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NEWS24 SPORT | Wenger's legacy at Arsenal 'untouchable' - Henry

Wenger announced he will step aside at the end of the season, having won three Premier League titles and a record seven FA Cups during his time. | SA cricketers competing in England's County Champs

The County Championship's new season has begun and this year it sees several South Africans in the mix in England. | 5 contenders to succeed Wenger as Arsenal boss

Arsenal are struggling to qualify for next season's Champions League with victory in the Europa League their only realistic route back into Europe's premier club competition. | Wenger to leave Arsenal: 10 MUST read articles

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger shocked the football fraternity by announcing that he will leave the Gunners at the end of the season. | Birthday boy Zverev edges Gasquet in thriller

Alexander Zverev celebrated his 21st birthday by edging French favourite Richard Gasquet to reach the Monte Carlo Masters semi-finals. | WRAP: Super Rugby - Week 10

Dates, kick-off times and match reports for Round 10 of the 2018 Super Rugby tournament | Replacing Wenger an impossible job - Arsenal chief

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis believes he is now faced with an impossible task in finding a fitting replacement for outgoing manager Arsene Wenger. | Heath Streak chats to Sport24

In an exclusive interview, Kolkata bowling coach Heath Streak talks about being fired as Zimbabwe coach and the "laughable" racism allegations. | Quiros claims halfway lead in Morocco

Spain's Alvaro Quiros will take a one stroke lead into the third round of European Tour's Trophée Hassan II at the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam. | Moyes warns Wenger's successor 'it will be tough'

David Moyes knows the perils of succeeding a long-serving manager so he is well aware of the pitfalls that could await whoever succeeds Arsenal. | Feehan steps down as Six Nations, Lions chief

John Feehan has stepped down from his positions as chief executive of both the Six Nations Championship and the British and Irish Lions. | Aguero's 'club season over', faces SWC fitness race

Argentina international striker Sergio Aguero faces a race against time to be fit for the World Cup in Russia after his club season was over. | Guardiola not ready yet to commit to City extension

Pep Guardiola says his "energy and strength" will dictate whether he signs a contract extension with Premier League champions Manchester City. | Ex-Bok forward Johnson fails doping test

Former South African international Ashley Johnson has been suspended by the Rugby Football Union after failing a drugs test. | Watson ton powers CSK to another win

A brilliantly crafted hundred from Shane Watson of the Chennai Super Kings was enough for a win over the Rajasthan Royals. | Arsene Wenger: 5 highs and lows

Arsene Wenger is bringing down the curtain on more than two decades in charge at Arsenal after announcing he will be stepping down. | Ertugral calls for Ajax to deal with pressure

Ajax Cape Town coach Muhsin Ertugral says he wants his team to deal with the pressure as their battle against relegation intensifies. | Giroud aims to extend FA Cup love affair with Blues

Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud is aiming to extend his love affair with the FA Cup as Antonio Conte's men prepare to face Southampton. | Nadal: I saw the light over injuries, so will Murray

Rafael Nadal said that he has spoken to Andy Murray about his injury woes, adding he knows how hard it is to not "see the light of how to improve". | Le Clos launches academy in Cape Town

Four-time Olympic medallist Chad le Clos has launched his very own world-class swimming academy in Cape Town.


Tuchel unlikely? What next for Arsenal after Wenger exit?

From the new boss to the fans' reaction - behind the scenes analysis from BBC Sport's David Ornstein.

Aresne Wenger: The moment Arsenal completed season unbeaten

BBC Sport looks back at the moment Arsene Wenger's Arsenal team lifted the Premier League title after completing the 2003-04 season without losing a match.

Arsenal to be 'bold' in manager hunt as Ancelotti admits interest

Arsenal need to be "open-minded, brave and bold" in their search to replace Arsene Wenger as manager, says Ivan Gazidis.

How karaoke is bringing Britain's Fed Cup team closer

From travel karaoke to the Teletubbies, captain Anne Keothavong gives an insight into Great Britain's build-up to their crucial Fed Cup tie in Japan.

Beckham, Berbatov, Keane, Tevez, Pavlyuchenko: Five great Man Utd v Tottenham FA Cup goals

BBC Sport looks back at five goals from FA Cup matches between Manchester United and Tottenham before their semi-final on Saturday.

Gloucester beat Newcastle to reach European Challenge Cup final

Gloucester reach their third European Challenge Cup final in four seasons with a four-try win over Premiership rivals Newcastle.

World Snooker Championship 2018: Ronnie O'Sullivan avoids Stephen Hendry comparisons

On the eve of the 2018 World Championship, Ronnie O'Sullivan says it would be "difficult" to compare his record to that of Stephen Hendry.

Twelve-try St Helens crush Huddersfield

Super League leaders St Helens hit back from losing at Wakefield to run 12 tries past struggling Huddersfield.

Carl Frampton: Frank Warren promises Belfast man Windsor Park summer bout if he beats Nonito Donaire

Carl Frampton will have his long-cherished Windsor Park world title fight if he beats Nonito Donaire on Saturday, Frank Warren promises.

London Marathon: Why we love one of the most iconic challenges in sport

BBC Get Inspired takes you through some of the most iconic moments from the London Marathon as the capital prepares for the 38th edition.

Superb Fulham earn big win at Millwall to go second

Fulham produce a devastating second-half display to win at in-form Millwall and move back up to second in the table.

Analysis: Do Tottenham need FA Cup victory more than Man Utd?

Winning the FA Cup would just be a consolation for Manchester United, but for Tottenham it would mean much, much more, says MOTD pundit Danny Murphy.

Roy Bentley - last surviving member of 1950 England World Cup squad - dies at 93

Former Chelsea striker Roy Bentley, the last surviving member of England's 1950 World Cup squad, dies at the age of 93.

Ex-England batsman Smith named national selector

Former England batsman Ed Smith is named new national selector for the England and Wales Cricket Board.

Vote for your player of the year from PFA shortlist

Who should be this season's Premier League player of the year? Vote for your pick.

Ashley Johnson: Wasps forward suspended by RFU after failing drugs test

Wasps' South African forward Ashley Johnson has been suspended by the Rugby Football Union after failing a drugs test.

Amir Khan v Phil Lo Greco: Khan weighs in at 10st 10lb for return in Liverpool

Former light-welterweight world champion Amir Khan weighs in at 10st 10lb before Saturday's fight against Phil Lo Greco.

New Zealand-born Shields asks to be released for England

Hurricanes captain Brad Shields looks set to tour South Africa with England in June after handing in a formal request to the New Zealand Rugby Union.

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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

Arsene Wenger: Robert Pires and Ian Wright pay homage to Arsenal 'teacher'

Former Arsenal players Robert Pires and Ian Wright pay their respects to manager Arsene Wenger after he announced his departure at the end of the season.

Arsene Wenger: How the Arsenal boss changed the club

In a Football Focus special from May 2017, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger recalls his earliest memories of joining the club.

Football Focus: Edin Dzeko reveals Champions League texts to former team-mate Mo Salah

AS Roma striker Edin Dzeko backs former team-mate Mohammed Salah to be top of the Premier League goalscoring charts at the end of the season, but says he can have a rest in Tuesday's Champions League tie.

Premier League managers pay tribute to Wenger

Premier League managers Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp pay tribute to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

FA Cup semi-final: No home advantage for Tottenham v Manchester United at Wembley

Tottenham's Eric Dier insists his team will not benefit from any kind of home advantage at Wembley when they face Manchester United in their FA cup semi-final on Saturday.

Arsenal in a better place thanks to Arsene Wenger - chief exec Ivan Gazidis

Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal in a better position than when he found it, according to the club's chief executive Ivan Gazidis.

I hope Wenger doesn't retire from football - Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho hopes Arsene Wenger doesn't retire from football after leaving Arsenal at the end of the season.

'One of the three greatest men I've met' - listen to Bob Wilson's emotional tribute

Ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson pays an emotional tribute to Arsene Wenger, who will leave the club at the end of the season.

Arsene Wenger: Pep Guardiola feels football needs departing Arsenal boss

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola hopes Arsene Wenger decides to stay in football after deciding to leave Arsenal at the end of this season.

Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal: How many Invincibles can you name in three minutes?

Take this quick fire quiz against the clock to test your memory of the 2003-04 Premier League winning Arsenal side - and watch your spelling!

Dementia, diabetes and diets: Five inspiring London Marathon stories

Meet Joanne, Sandeep, Mel, James, Sue and Claire and discover their inspiring reasons for running the 2018 London Marathon.

Adams? Pires? Henry? Pick Wenger's greatest Arsenal XI

Arsene Wenger will step down as Arsenal boss at the end of the season - but who would you pick in his greatest Gunners XI?

World Championship: What makes the perfect snooker player?

Who has the best technique? Who is the top break-builder? Snooker's finest on what makes the perfect player.

'We'll throw everything at it' - can exhilarating Scarlets reach Champions Cup final?

BBC Sport Wales' Dafydd Pritchard examines why Scarlets' Champions Cup semi-final against Leinster is so significant for the Welsh side.

British MotoGP success a long time coming - Fogarty

Former World Superbike champion Carl Fogarty says British success in MotoGP has been "a long time coming" as Cal Crutchlow leads the standings.

How the Commonwealth Games 'celebrated disability' - five inspiring stories from the week

How the 2018 Commonwealth Games 'celebrated' disability sport, a homecoming event before Birmingham 2022, plus more.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes the World Snooker Championship, FA Cup semi-finals and the London Marathon

Lawro's FA Cup & Premier League predictions v Noreen Khan

BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on BBC Asian Network presenter Noreen Khan to predict this weekend's FA Cup semi-finals and Premier League fixtures.

'It wasn't that long ago, surely?' - GB aim to end 25-year Fed Cup wait

As Great Britain seek to end a 25-year wait to reach the Fed Cup World Group, BBC Sport speaks to three of the women who last played top-tier team tennis.

Ups, downs and the race for Europe - who can be promoted or relegated this weekend?

All you need to know about promotion, relegation and qualification for Europe in England and Scotland's top football leagues.

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