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Violence returns to haunt English football

Snarling football supporters pelted each other with ripped-up seats and coins at West Ham United's game with Chelsea on Wednesday.

Gold vacates Sharks post

After a turbulent two years in charge of the Sharks, Gary Gold is quitting the franchise for an opportunity closer to home.

Alexander: SA rugby can transform to host World Cup

Newly elected Saru president Mark Alexander said transformation was “not a tick-box exercise” for SA Rugby.

De Sa quits as Ajax coach

Roger De Sa has quit as Ajax Cape Town coach after a troubled start to the 2016/17 season.

Pirates starting to get chemistry right - Mhlongo

The latest PSL standings suggests Orlando Pirates aren’t too far off the pace from the league leaders, arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs.

New Saru president maps out priorities

Mark Alexander mapped out a range of immediate priorities for rugby following his confirmation as the new president of SA Rugby.

Mourinho charged with misconduct after ref comments

Jose Mourinho has been charged with misconduct in the wake of his comments about referee Anthony Taylor before Manchester United's goalless draw with Liverpool.

Proteas have a real shot at hat-trick Down Under

Cricket writer Stuart Hess feels South Africa has a fantastic chance at winning a third Test series in a row Down Under.

Mashaba springs a surprise in latest squad

Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has named a 25-man squad that included a new face in Belgium-based striker Lars Veldwijk.

Seven arrests over West Ham violence

London police said they were holding seven men arrested following violence at the English League Cup clash between West Ham and Chelsea.

Klate gets Bafana call as Shakes picks new striker

Daine Klate has at long last been rewarded for years of top form for club after he was called up to the Bafana Bafana squadfor the upcoming 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifier against Senegal.

Maritzburg, Arrows set for fiery clash

The KZN derby between Maritzburg United and Golden Arrows promises more fireworks than Saturday’s Soweto showdown.

Proteas batsmen fine-tune, but Cook a worry

South Africa’s leading batsmen once again put in a thorough day’s work in the final warm-up match ahead of the first Test in Perth next week.

City ready to tackle Sundowns

Polokwane City striker Thobani Mncwango believes that they will have to play as if their lives are on the line when they take on Mamelodi Sundowms in the Telkom Knockout last 16.

Boks go back to square one

The Springboks will be looking at starting with a clean slate on their end-of-year tour.

Guardiola remains positive

Manchester City’s EFL Cup loss to Manchester United marked their sixth straight game without a victory.

Skipper backs Reeza to come good

The last time Reeza Hendricks contributed significantly with the bat came against the team who now pays his wages.

United claim Manchester bragging rights

After a 4-0 loss to Chelsea, Manchester United restored some pride by beating Manchester City 1-0 in the League Cup on Wednesday.

Ajax go down to late Wits strike

Ajax Cape Town’s luck looked to have changed, but a late sucker-punch saw Wits take all three points on Wednesday night.

Proteas beef up Test match preparation

The Proteas will hit the reset button following their pink ball preparation with a two-day tour match against a South Australia Cricket Association XI.

NEWS24 SPORT | Knee injury rules Kriel out of Bok tour

The Springboks have suffered a significant blow with the news that flank Jaco Kriel is out of their year-end tour with a knee injury. | The Great Debate: Jantjies or Lambie?

With Morne Steyn out of the Springbok set-up, will Elton Jantjies or Pat Lambie be entrusted with the No 10 jersey? Garrin Lambley and Lloyd Burnard argue their cases. | Troubled WP Rugby rocked by R72m claim

WP Rugby is in monetary and governance strife, and facing up to a potentially devastating lawsuit as well, reports Rob Houwing. | WRAP: PSL

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports in this week's, this weekend's and next week's Absa Premierships matches. | Why take Strauss on tour?

Tank Lanning loves the look of the Bok squad for the BaaBaas game, but in taking Adriaan Strauss on tour, thinks we are missing an ideal opportunity to experiment. | Norman doubts Tiger can return to the top

Golfing great Greg Norman has said that Tiger Woods would likely never get back to his major-winning form. | Cibulkova downs Halep in Singapore

Dominika Cibulkova has kept her hopes alive of reaching the last four of the WTA Finals in Singapore by defeating Simona Halep. | Misbah disappointed by Windies' 'downfall'

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has revealed that he'd hoped for a bit more competition from the West Indies, and is disappointed with how badly they've played. | Dhoni defends his rookies' batting mistakes

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has defended his young batsmen after the side's 19-run loss to NZ in the fourth ODI. | Cheetahs' Blommetjies to face Boks

Free State Cheetahs fullback Clayton Blommetjies has been called up by the Barbarians ahead of their clash against the Springboks. | De Sa resigns as Ajax head coach

Ajax Cape Town have confirmed that coach Roger de Sa has stepped down with immediate effect. | Soweto derby sums up South Africa's soul

The sprawling township of Soweto is famous as the crucible of the often violent struggle against apartheid - and also home to a fierce footballing rivalry. | Rosberg blocks out title talk in Mexico

Nico Rosberg plans to block out all thoughts of a possible maiden title triumph when he bids to claim his 10th win of the year in the Mexican GP. | Mark Alexander named SA Rugby president

Mark Alexander has been elected unopposed as the new president of SA Rugby, with Francois Davids named vice-president. | Siseko Jafta: From near paralysis to KZNRU GM

His story has been quite remarkable up until now, and it is only just beginning. | 7 arrests over violence at West Ham

London police said they were holding seven men arrested following violence at the English League Cup clash between West Ham and Chelsea. | Mourinho charged over referee comments

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been charged with misconduct over comments he made about the referee in charge of this month's Liverpool game. | Karlberg in front at Asia's major, Fowler chases

Rikard Karlberg has a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the WGC-HSBC Champions in China. | Paulse: Pick Combrinck at No 15 for Boks

Breyton Paulse feels the Springboks should play Ruan Combrinck at fullback on their year-end European tour. | Veldwijk gets surprise Bafana call-up

Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has announced his 25-man squad for the upcoming 2018 SWC qualifier against Senegal.


Jose Mourinho: Manchester United boss charged over pre-Liverpool referee comments

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is charged for claiming it would be "difficult" for Anthony Taylor to officiate the match with Liverpool.

England to host Rugby League World Cup in 2021

England will host the 2021 World Cup after being selected ahead of a rival joint bid from the United States and Canada.

England hand Ansari debut and recall Finn for second Test

England spinner Zafar Ansari will make his Test debut against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Friday, with Steven Finn replacing Stuart Broad.

West Ham v Chelsea: Arrests after London Stadium crowd disorder

West Ham say they will issue life bans to any supporters involved in the crowd disturbances during their EFL Cup win over Chelsea.

Wales' Halfpenny to decide club future 'in month or so'

Lions full-back Leigh Halfpenny will decide to stay with French club Toulon or return to Wales "in the next month or so".

The Premier League Show: Gary Lineker meets Frank Lampard in New York

Gary Lineker meets Frank Lampard to discuss life in the United States and asks him if he would have considered a move from Chelsea when he was younger.

Olympic champion Taylor to make pro debut in November

Ireland's London 2012 Olympic gold medallist Katie Taylor turns professional and will make her debut in London on 26 November.

Jones upgrades recalled Wood from 'distinctly average' to 'above average'

England head coach Eddie Jones says recalled flanker Tom Wood has a "great chance" of being selected this autumn.

International Championship: John Higgins out as Judd Trump reaches last four

Defending champion John Higgins is out of the International Championship in China after losing his quarter-final with Ding Junhui.

'Tired' Kompany asked to be replaced in Man City cup defeat at Man Utd

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany asked to be substituted in the EFL Cup defeat by Manchester United because he was "tired", says boss Pep Guardiola.

School commitments rule Ecclestone out of England tour

Teenage spinner Sophie Ecclestone will miss England's upcoming tour of Sri Lanka because of her school commitments.

Defending champion Knox makes fine start in Shanghai

Scotland's Russell Knox opens with a 66 for a share of third place as he defends the WGC-HSBC Champions title in Shanghai.

Three weightlifters stripped of London 2012 golds

Three weightlifters from Kazakhstan are stripped of Olympic gold medals won at London 2012 after new tests found them guilty of doping.

Win takes Celtic seven points clear - highlights & report

Celtic stretch their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to seven points after victory at Ross County.

Wrestler stripped of Olympic medal for second time

The IOC disqualifies nine athletes, including six medallists, for failing drugs tests at the Beijing 2008 Games.

Erste Bank Open: Andy Murray beats Martin Klizan to set up Gilles Simon tie

Andy Murray moves into the Erste Bank Open second round with a hard-fought victory over Martin Klizan of Slovakia.

Wladimir Klitschko wants to fight Anthony Joshua in 'March or April'

Wladimir Klitschko says he wants to fight British heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua in March or April after a planned December fight fell through.

World Series: Chicago Cubs beat Cleveland Indians to level scores

Pitcher Jake Arrieta stars as the Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians to level the best-of-seven World Series at 1-1.

Six uncapped players named in Ireland squad for New Zealand game in Chicago

Six uncapped players are named in a 34-man Ireland squad for the Test against New Zealand in Chicago on 5 November.

Audi to pull out of Le Mans series to concentrate on Formula E

Audi pull out of the World Endurance Championship, which includes the iconic Le Mans 24-Hours race, to concentrate on Formula E.

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West Ham v Chelsea: Eight-year-old caught up in football violence

An eight-year-old Chelsea fan and her dad describe how they were pelted with coins during crowd trouble at their team's EFL Cup tie at West Ham.

NFL This Week: Mark, Osi & Jason recreate a jump in the studio

BBC Sport's NFL This Week presenters recreate Bobby Wagner's athletic jump from week seven's 6-6 tie between the Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals.

Four Nations 2016: England head coach Wayne Bennett's likes and dislikes

BBC Sport helps you to get to know England rugby league head coach Wayne Bennett with an either/or quiz.

Justin Bieber scores with Manchester Storm ice hockey team

Pop star Justin Bieber cooled down after heated shows in Manchester by making a surprise appearance at an ice hockey game.

Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock wows crowds on hometown return

Olympic double gold medallist Max Whitlock has returned to his hometown of Hemel Hempstead to celebrate his success at the Rio Games.

Carlos Alberto scores iconic World Cup final goal for Brazil at Mexico 1970

Carlos Alberto scores Brazil's incredible fourth goal in their 4-1 World Cup final win over Italy at Mexico 1970.

Svetlana Kuznetsova explains why she cut her own hair off during match

Svetlana Kuznetsova explains why she cut off a piece of her own ponytail during her WTA Finals match against Agnieszka Radwanska in Singapore.

Four Nations 2016: England and Scotland ready for Australia and New Zealand

BBC Sport's guide to the Four Nations, including players to watch and pundit predictions for England, Scotland, Australia and New Zealand.

Blackburn to Warwickshire - next stop the Caribbean?

Warwickshire's footballer turned cricketer Keith Barker would seriously consider playing for the West Indies.

Coach or pundit? What next for Frank Lampard - Gary Lineker finds out

Gary Lineker on meeting Frank Lampard and Patrick Vieira when he visited New York City FC for The Premier League Show.

Probably the hardest team selection in the world?

Fantasy Football? This is harder. Pick your Ballon d'Or starting XI from the 2016 shortlist for the world's best player.

The on-loan Chelsea striker ripping up the Championship

How a dinner with a difference has led to Tammy Abraham being named the EFL Young Player of the Month for September.

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

This week's sport on the BBC includes the Test series between Bangladesh and England and the rugby league Four Nations.

Who is your BBC Young Sports Personality of 2016?

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

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