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Potter: I'm focused on Ostersund

Graham Potter insists he will remain in charge of Swedish club Ostersund for their Allsvenskan match against BK Hacken on Saturday amid speculation linking him with the vacant Swansea job.

'Jets players can still protest'

New York Jets owner Christopher Johnson says he will not punish their players if they decide to kneel during the national anthem and violate the new NFL policy.

Neymar recovery 'above expectations'

Neymar's recovery from a foot injury has been "better than expected" ahead of the World Cup, according to Brazil's medical staff.

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'Klopp's speech led us to CL final'

Jordan Henderson believes a rousing speech by Jurgen Klopp two years ago has ultimately led Liverpool to the Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday.

Butland hails 'hero' Hart

Jack Butland says he made an emotional call to 'hero' Joe Hart after finding out the latter would not be joining him in England's World Cup squad.

Bruce halts 'feisty' training session

Steve Bruce was forced to cut short a "feisty" Aston Villa training ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet Championship play-off final with Fulham, live on Sky Sports Football.

Rooney in Washington for talks, medical

Wayne Rooney has arrived in Washington for talks and a medical ahead of a proposed move to DC United, according to Sky sources.

Ashton hurt by Jones snub

Chris Ashton's appetite to revive his England career has been sharpened by a successful debut season at Toulon that has restored the confidence he insists was damaged by Eddie Jones' indifference.

Surrey win after Jacks maiden ton

Teenage all-rounder Will Jacks cracked a sparkling maiden hundred to ease Surrey to an emphatic six-wicket Royal London One-Day Cup win over Gloucestershire at the Kia Oval.

Ross to be named Sunderland boss

St Mirren boss Jack Ross is set to be named as Sunderland's new manager on Thursday, Sky Sports News understands.

Norrie awarded Queen's wild card

Rising British star Cameron Norrie has been awarded a wild card into the singles main draw of the Fever-Tree Championships at The Queen's Club this summer.

Emery's impressive arrival

How did Unai Emery perform on his first day as Arsenal head coach? Sky Sports News reporter Ian Bolton analyses the Spaniard's first news conference at the Emirates Stadium...

Bouchard's hopes ended by injury

Eugenie Bouchard's hopes of reaching the main draw of this year's French Open were ended by injury in qualifying.

'Wane could be surprise England choice'

Outgoing Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane could be a surprise pick as England's new defence coach, says Sky Sports' Rugby Union expert Will Greenwood.

Arthur: Pakistan job has invigorated me

Mickey Arthur says his job as Pakistan coach has been the most invigorating of his career as he prepares his young side for Thursday’s first Test against England.

NFL ban kneeling during anthem

NFL owners have approved a new policy that requires players to stand for the national anthem when they are on the field.

Napoli appoint Ancelotti

Napoli have confirmed the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti as the club's new manager.

Collins to leave West Ham

James Collins has confirmed he will be leaving West Ham this summer and says he is "heartbroken" by his exit from the club.

The peaks and troughs of Nadal

Rafael Nadal might be right back where he wants to be heading into the French Open, but Leif Shiras questions the Spaniard's confidence issues despite conquering Rome again.