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Paying the price for 'poor' run
Just 366 days after delivering Real Madrid their much-awaited 10th Champions League title, Carlo Ancelotti was sacked by club president Florentino Perez.
Blues, City will rule EPL, says Lampard
Frank Lampard has delivered a parting shot that will be felt by rivals Arsenal and Manchester United after ending his English Premier League career at Manchester City.
EPL : High-flying Canaries boss relishes challenge
Norwich manager Alex Neil is relishing the prospect of pitting his wits against the best of the English Premier League after his remarkable rise reached a new high with promotion at Wembley.
EPL : Drogba proud he's in demand
Didier Drogba was pleased that, within minutes of announcing that Sunday's football game against Sunderland would be his last for Chelsea, his phone started ringing with offers.
Tennis - French Open : Smooth start for Nadal
Tennis : Mauresmo not reliving past through Murray
From the day she drew inspiration from Yannick Noah's win in 1983, as a young girl watching from her home in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, just north of Paris, and all through her serial disappointments in front of her home crowd over 15 years, the French Open represented a prize too far.
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk vs Sevilla : Europa history beckons for triple champs Sevilla
Sevilla can become the first football team to win four Europa League or Uefa Cup titles when they face a Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk side playing in their first major European final today.
EPL : Rodgers set to face music
Brendan Rodgers apologised to the Liverpool supporters after the humiliating 1-6 defeat at Stoke City on Sunday and accepted that he could be sacked following the manner in which the club have ended the season.
No room for complacency: Mourinho
An estimated 70,000 people took to the streets of west London yesterday to watch Chelsea show off their Premier League and League Cup trophies in an open-top bus parade.
EPL : Bilic paves way for West Ham return
Besiktas coach Slaven Bilic said yesterday that he will leave the club at the end of the season as media speculation grew that he may replace Sam Allardyce as West Ham manager.
EPL : Pellegrini not signing off at City just yet
Manuel Pellegrini insists he will still be in charge of Manchester City next season after the deposed champions ended the campaign with a 2-0 victory over Southampton.
EPL : Walcott hat-trick boosts his stocks
With a hat-trick in 33 first-half minutes on Sunday, Theo Walcott strengthened his case on three fronts: An FA Cup final start, an improved contract and more time in his favoured central role.
Tennis : Organisers sack man who made Wawrinka mad
Football : Surgery for Ancelotti before year-long break
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti yesterday ruled out a return to Milan or England ahead of a press conference called by club president Florentino Perez.
French Open: Day 2 - Federer angered by lax security despite win
Roger Federer cruised into the French Open second round yesterday, but was annoyed after having to side-step a spectator who breached tight security to race towards the Swiss on the Philippe Chatrier Court.
Ronaldo backs Ancelotti to stay
After achieving another goal-scoring milestone, Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo signalled strong support for coach Carlo Ancelotti, sending a clear message to club president Florentino Perez that he does not want the Italian to be sacked.
Champions League : Valencia in Champions League but goalie badly injured
Valencia sealed their place in next season's Champions League play-offs, as Eibar and Almeria were relegated on a dramatic final day of the Spanish Primera Liga season.
EPL : Rio guilty he couldn't help QPR avoid drop
Former Manchester United and England international defender Rio Ferdinand has been "overwhelmed" by the support he has received following the death of his wife Rebecca Ellison.
Dortmund celebrate Klopp as they clinch 7th spot
Borussia Dortmund earned the chance of a Europa League place next season with a 3-2 win over Werder Bremen on Saturday, as manager Juergen Klopp signed off his final home game.
EPL : Fine run for Boro boss could get better
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka finds it almost impossible to believe he will be taking part in the world's most lucrative match when his side face Norwich today for a place in the English Premier League.
Hull vs Manchester United : Job to send childhood team down
As a Geordie who once managed Sunderland, is employed by Hull City and was a stalwart of one of the great Manchester United sides, Steve Bruce must have wondered in recent days whether he is coming or going, let alone staying up or going down.
We'll play to win: van Gaal
Louis van Gaal has assured Newcastle that Manchester United will not take it easy on Hull City in the English Premier League final-day showdown that will play a major role in deciding the relegation battle.
Newcastle vs West Ham : Magpies wary of Allardyce backlash
Newcastle United are probably painfully aware that Sam Allardyce bought his Spanish villa, named Casa St James, on the Costa Blanca, with his £4 million (S$8.3 million) managerial severance.
Chelsea vs Sunderland : Mourinho might mind his language
French cabaret singer Edith Piaf, British politician Norman Lamont and now Jose Mourinho: all three have sung or expressed the sentiment "Je ne regrette rien".
Man City vs Southampton : City boss could get boot from chairman
Manuel Pellegrini's future could be decided today - if, as expected, Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak attends the English football club's final Premier League game of the season against Southampton.
Tennis : Djokovic wary of career Slam talk
Novak Djokovic can become just the eighth man to complete the career Grand Slam with a maiden French Open victory, but the tennis world No. 1 fears fate may conspire against him in Paris.
Newcastle United vs West Ham United : Carver fighting to save job, Magpies
John Carver does not know if owner Mike Ashley will be at St James' Park tomorrow for the most important game in the club's recent history, while the manager's future is in doubt.
Chelsea vs Sunderland : Teens add bite for toothless Hazard
Jose Mourinho fears Eden Hazard may be forced to miss his first Premier League game of the season, against Sunderland tomorrow, after reacting badly to dental surgery this week.
Stoke City vs Liverpool : No rift with Sterling, declares Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers has said he expects Raheem Sterling to continue to play for Liverpool for the final two years of his contract, despite the furore surrounding the England winger's future.
Real Madrid vs Getafe : Ancelotti to make way for benitez
Carlo Ancelotti is set to manage Real Madrid for the final time today against Getafe, with Napoli boss Rafael Benitez expected to replace him next week.
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