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Man Utd owners facing £1.1bn debt
Manchester United's US owners the Glazer family are struggling under debts of more than £1.1bn, the BBC learns.
Live - World Cup warm-up matches
England beat the Platinum Stars in their World Cup warm-up game in Moruleng, while Brazil play Tanzania.
Nigerians defend choice of venue
Nigerian officials insist they had no alternative but to go ahead with Sunday's warm-up game, where 16 people were injured outside the ground.
Demerit warns US of Rooney threat
United States defender Jay Demerit says Wayne Rooney must be nullified if his side are to win their World Cup opener against England.
Fifa rejects fresh Triesman probe
Fifa's executive committee reject a bid to reopen the investigation into Lord Triesman's bribery claims which forced the former Football Association chairman to resign.
Lennon is new St Mirren manager
St Mirren make Danny Lennon their new manager after agreeing a compensation deal with Cowdenbeath.
Schwarzer hopes Hodgson will stay
Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer is hopeful manager Roy Hodgson will resist the overtures of Liverpool but admits he would not blame him if he joined them.
Muntari a doubt for Ghana
Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac admits he does not know whether key midfielder Sulley Muntari will be fit to start the World Cup.
McGeady 'likely to snub Spartak'
Football agent and former Celtic defender Rudi Vata thinks Aiden McGeady will end up in English football despite being pursued by big-spending Spartak Moscow.
King confident he can remain fit
England defender Ledley King believes his body will stand up to the rigours of playing matches in quick succession during the World Cup.
Sunday's World Cup 2010 round-up
Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas says England's keepers will be their weakness
Sunday's gossip column
Liverpool set to make move for Roy Hodgson, plus other rumours
West Ham swoop for Hitzlsperger
West Ham sign German midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger on a three-year deal.
Plymouth sign striker Patterson
Northern Ireland striker Rory Patterson moves from Glentoran to League One club Plymouth Argyle in a two-year deal.
Rangers and bank on better terms
Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston believes relations with the club's bankers Lloyds have improved thanks to recent success on the pitch.
Man City secure Boateng signing
Manchester City complete the signing of German defender Jerome Boateng from Hamburg.
BBC Sport talk to Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy about his football academy in Sierra Leone
Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy 's football academy in Sierra Leone, aimed at developing young talents, is progressing well and Sierra Leoneans believe it has brought hope to the game in the country.
Hiddink 'will not join Liverpool'
Former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink is highly unlikely to become the new manager of Liverpool, according to the Dutchman's agent, Cees van Nieuwenhuizen.
Nigeria's Mikel out of World Cup
Nigeria midfielder John Mikel Obi is ruled out of the World Cup with a knee injury.
Capello bemoans England 'curse'
Manager Fabio Capello says England have been "cursed" by bad luck after captain Rio Ferdinand's injury-enforced departure from their World Cup squad.