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Loftus win a must to justify Bok coach’s calls

So, with most of Coetzee’s preferred “pieces of the puzzle” in place, nothing less than a win will justify his decisions, writes Ashfak Mohamed.

Will Proteas experience ‘Miller Time’?

When David Miller came on to the ODI scene, he was renowned for his dashing 40s and 50s at the end of the innings, it became known as “Miller Time”.

Bruce ideal for England, says Hull captain

England would be hard-pushed to find a better manager than Steve Bruce, according to Hull City captain Curtis Davies.

The MTN8 final in numbers over the years

As Wits and Sundowns fans get ready for the MTN8 final, statisticians have come up with some important facts and figures.

Klopp says Swansea will provide tough test

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp believes their opponents Swansea City are a far better team than current form suggests.

Faltering Boks, Wallabies seek win to restore confidence

A disappointing year for both South Africa and Australia will take a turn for the worse for whichever team finishes on the losing side at Loftus.

Reed indebted to Tiger for Ryder Cup prep

Patrick Reed loves the Ryder Cup and its match play format, but he positively lit up when asked about working with Tiger Woods.

Pacquiao used drugs as a teen

Philippines boxer Manny Pacquiao says he took all kinds of drugs as a teen but fully supports President Rodrigo Duterte’s vicious anti-drugs campaign.

‘Cycling no longer the black sheep’

With scandal after scandal rocking the world of sport, cycling is shedding its black sheep image, Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme said.

Pogba wanted by Chelsea last year: agent

Paul Pogba was targeted by Jose Mourinho for Chelsea last year but was blocked by an agreement between his agent and Juventus, Mino Raiola said.

In SA cricket is everywhere and it feels like home

Growing up in India, my first memories of South Africa was in the form of India playing the Proteas at Wanderers, writes Aishwarya Kumar.

Tennis SA support Chetty lifetime ban for match-fixing

“All stakeholders need to know that the running of our sport is above reproach and that any transgression will be dealt with harshly.”

Allister: Boks won’t just ‘kick and chase’

Pat Lambie is not injured, and the inclusion of Morné Steyn at flyhalf doesn’t mean the Boks will adopt a “kick and chase” game, Allister Coetzee said.

African duo voted onto Fifa Council by CAF

Guinea's Almamy Kabele Camara and Ghana's Kwesi Nyantakyi were elected to represent the continent on the expanded 36-member Fifa Council.

Howe rules out England job... for now

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe ruled himself ou of replacing Sam Allardyce as England manager, although he said the job could tempt him later.

Pakistan, West Indies launch World Cup fight

Pakistan and the West Indies start a narrow two-way fight for an automatic place in the 2019 Cricket World Cup in a three-match one-day series.

Proteas banking on fired up Steyn

Faf du Plessis is expecting a fired up Dale Steyn to prove that he still belongs in the South African One-Day team.

Walcott underlines return to form

Snubbed by England for Euro 2016 and linked with a summer move away after 10 years at Arsenal, Theo Walcott's career appeared to be at a crossroads a couple of months ago.

New half-back pairing for Boks

Bok coach Allister Coetzee has selected Morne Steyn and Rudy Paige as his half-back pairing for the Test against Australia.

India to finally accept DRS?

India Test captain Virat Kohli hinted India might be ready to finally embrace the Decision Review System (DRS).

NEWS24 SPORT | Different Bok beast awaits - Speight

In an exclusive interview with Sport24, Wallaby wing Henry Speight expects the Springboks will be a different beast at Loftus on Saturday. | WATCH: Ryder Cup heckler shames Euro team with epic putt

A vocal heckler walked the walk at the Ryder Cup on Thursday, making a putt a number of European stars kept missing. | Proteas looking to build confidence

Proteas captain, Faf du Plessis, insists the five-match ODI series against Australia is an ‘important’ series ahead of the busy international season. | Rio: Rashford the best striker in England

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes Marcus Rashford's form this season makes him the best English forward in the Premier League. | Coetzee turns back time in bid for victory

Winning is more important than evolving for the Springboks against Australia on Saturday, writes Lloyd Burnard. | Heavy metal football: The Klopp effect

Almost a year since he became Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp certainly seems to be turning the Merseyside giants around, says Craig Taylor. | Protea/Oz showdown set for global impact

Around 59 different territories around the world will have access to the upcoming ODI series between the Proteas and Australia. | Hamilton unsure about title chances

Lewis Hamilton admits he's unsure as to whether a fourth World title awaits this season. | Coetzee: Lambie’s inclusion not a gamble

Springbok coach Allister Coetzee insists the inclusion of Pat Lambie at fullback for the Test against Australia is not a risky one. | Zampa 'a very good talent' - Tahir

The Proteas will have to deal with the highly-rated Adam Zampa during their ODI series against Australia. | Experts in foot shooting

Two steps forward, three steps back says Tank Lanning of the tragic Boland scenario, who sees SA Rugby becoming experts at shooting themselves in the foot. | Coetzee has a plan for De Klerk, Jantjies

Faf de Klerk and Elton Jantjies remain part of the Springboks’ plans going forward, coach Allister Coetzee insists. | Mickelson says sorry for controversial Sutton remarks

Phil Mickelson has apologised to former US Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton after claiming he "prepared the team to fail" in 2004. | Muguruza, Halep welcome Kerber's rise to No 1

World No 5 Simona Halep believes that anyone is capable of becoming the top-ranked player following the downfall of Serena Williams. | Fortune urges United to use Rooney

Former Manchester United midfielder Quinton Fortune has urged Jose Mourinho to find a way to utilise captain Wayne Rooney effectively. | Steyn puts 'fear into his opposition'

Proteas interim skipper Faf du Plessis says that Dale Steyn is ready to prove a point and make a huge impact for the Proteas against Australia. | Vettel still believes Ferrari can win

Sebastian Vettel is adamant that there is "always" a chance of victory when Ferrari line up on the grid at Sepang this Sunday. | Howe rules out England job - for now

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has ruled himself out of replacing Sam Allardyce as England manager. | Another English coach caught in soccer sting

A British newspaper investigation has led to a second soccer coach getting fired in England | MTN8 Final: In Numbers

Take a look at some of the important facts and figures as the MTN8 final between Bidvest Wits and Mamelodi Sundowns draws ever nearer.


Ryder Cup 2016: Europe & United States pairings announced

Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson are sent out first for Europe as they bid to win a fourth successive Ryder Cup against the United States.

Southampton assistant Black named in corruption claims

Southampton assistant boss Eric Black gave undercover reporters advice on how to bribe officials at other clubs, the Daily Telegraph claims.

Ibrahimovic helps Man Utd to Europa League win

Manchester United climb off the bottom of their Europa League group thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's second-half winner against Zorya Luhansk.

Warrington beat Saints to reach Grand Final

Warrington Wolves come from behind to beat St Helens and secure their place in Super League's Grand Final.

Nominate your BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year

Who will succeed gymnast Ellie Downie? Send in your nominations for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.

Ryder Cup 2016: American heckler wins $100 off Justin Rose

When you loudly criticise a missed putt at the Ryder Cup, you'd better be good enough to back it up when offered a chance to hole it.

Ryder Cup 2016: Will US end Europe's 20-year domination?

A raucous, partisan atmosphere is expected in Minnesota as the US try to beat Europe in the Ryder Cup for the first time since 2008, writes Tom Fordyce.

Jessica Ennis-Hill: Ex-Olympic heptathlon champion 'close' to decision on retirement

Britain's former Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is "close" to making a decision about her future.

Malaysian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton admits he must improve

Lewis Hamilton says he needs to "drive better" in Malaysia this weekend to get his world title campaign back on track.

Southampton earn Europa League point in Israel

Southampton earn a valuable Europa League point against Hapoel Be'er-Sheeva from a dour affair in Israel.

Seve, Poulter, Palmer? Pick your Europe & US Ryder Cup teams

Is Seve a cert for Team Europe? Would a pumped-up Poulter or Monty sneak in? And would your US side feature Palmer, Woods, Nicklaus and Mickelson?

Brother's article 'puts downer' on Willett's Ryder Cup

Europe's Danny Willett concedes his brother's "wrong and ill-timed" article criticising American fans "puts a downer" on his first Ryder Cup.

Gareth Southgate says Wayne Rooney will continue as England captain

Wayne Rooney will continue in his role as England captain, interim manager Gareth Southgate confirms.

Jaap Stam: Reading manager & ex-Man Utd star has 'maybe one' football friend

Ex-Manchester United star Jaap Stam, now Reading manager, tells Football Focus he has 'maybe one' football friend and does not keep in touch with former team-mates.

Football has never been cleaner - Stoke chairman

Stoke chairman Peter Coates says he does not accept football is corrupt, despite recent allegations of financial malpractice.

Dai Young: Wasps boss backs his players to feature heavily in latest England squad

England coach Eddie Jones will name his 45-man Elite Player Squad squad ahead of the autumn Tests at 10:00 BST on Friday.

Johanna Konta out of Wuhan Open after quarter-final loss to Petra Kvitova

Britain's Johanna Konta is out of the Wuhan Open, beaten 6-3 6-4 by 14th seed Petra Kvitova in the quarter-finals in China.

Frankie Dettori to ride Order Of St George in the Arc

Frankie Dettori picks up a ride on Gold Cup winner Order Of St George for Saturday's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

Brazilian, Canadian & German GPs in doubt for 2017

The Brazilian, Canadian and German Grands Prix are all in doubt for 2017 as the provisional calendar is released.

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Arsene Wenger: Are these his best signings in 20 years at Arsenal?

BBC Sport picks out a selection of great goals from some of Arsene Wenger's greatest signings during his 20 years at Arsenal.

Classic Ryder Cup: Torrance seals historic 1985 win

Sam Torrance sinks an 18 foot putt to win back the Ryder Cup for Europe for the first time since 1957.

Gary Lineker: All player transfers should be transparent

Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says we need transparency when it comes to player transfers so everyone knows where the money is going.

Arsenal legends' first impressions of Arsene Wenger

Former Arsenal players Martin Keown, Ian Wright and John Hartson discuss their first impressions of manager Arsene Wenger ahead of his 20th anniversary at the club.

Formula 1: Tom Clarkson finds out what it's like to drive in the wet

Williams development driver Alex Lynn explains to BBC Radio 5 live's Tom Clarkson what it is like to drive in the rain in an F1 car.

Ryder Cup 2016: Darren Clarke says Team Europe not represented by PJ Willett article

Europe's Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke says an article written by Danny Willett's brother is not what "Team Europe stands for".

England manager: Crystal Palace's Alan Pardew 'proud' to be linked with job

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is "privileged and proud" to be linked with the England manager's job but insists he will "return the loyalty" shown to him by the Eagles.

Jos Buttler: Eoin Morgan is still England's one-day leader

England's stand-in one-day cricket captain Jos Buttler says Eoin Morgan remains the leader of the team.

Arsene Wenger's 20 years at Arsenal: How will he be judged?

As Arsene Wenger celebrates the 20th anniversary of his arrival at Arsenal, how does his record reflect on him and how will he be judged?

Analysis: Jenas on Why Spurs will beat Man City

Tottenham will make a statement against Manchester City and go the distance in the title race, says Match of the Day pundit Jermaine Jenas.

Bluff & hearsay: Spotting the Pitt & Jolie of Ryder Cup

As the protracted Ryder Cup build-up nears its conclusion, Tom Fordyce hunts for clues as to who will be paired with whom on Friday morning.

Second time lucky? Lawro takes on last year's worst predictor

BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian and actor Elis James in this weekend's Premier League fixtures.

'My car's surrounded by fruit & veg' - Rio star's awkward find

Paralympic champion Will Bayley had an "Only Fools and Horses moment" after finding the local farmers' market had set up around his car.

Get Inspired: Inspirational stories from the Cardiff Half Marathon

Meet four inspiring people from the almost 22,000 who are expected to take part in the Cardiff Half Marathon on Sunday, 2 October.

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes action from the Premier League, NFL and Ryder Cup.

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