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West Brom showed improvement in pre-season as they eased past the Sacramento Republic 3-1 on Friday.
Corey Gameiro bagged a double as Sydney FC defeated West Ham 3-1 in Wellington on Saturday afternoon to hand the English Premier League side their second successive loss against A-League opposition.
A 3-0 victory over Chivas USA saw the Colorado Rapids climb up to third position in the MLS' Western Conference standings on Friday.
James Rodriguez needs freedom on the pitch in order to flourish at Real Madrid, according to Portuguese coach Andre Villas-Boas.
Top seed John Isner moved into the Atlanta Open semi-finals after downing Marinko Matosevic on Friday.
It was exactly a year ago today Essendon’s world came crumbling down. We look back on the dramatic events of July 26 2013, possibly the ‘blackest day’ in a very, very dark year for the Bombers and coach James Hird.
All eyes will be on Serena Williams, as she returns to the WTA Tour for the Bank of the West Classic.
Arsenal attacker Santi Cazorla insisted he is "very happy" at the club as he continues to be linked with a move.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina confirmed his desire to retire in Spain, but committed his immediate future to the Anfield club.
The Lakers are reportedly in talks with Byron Scott about the head coaching vacancy.
BRISBANE v GOLD COAST, Gabba, Saturday July 26, 4.40pm (AEST)
Highlanders halfback Aaron Smith and Hurricanes pivot Beauden Barrett headline the latest group of All Blacks to re-sign with the New Zealand Rugby Union.
New York City sporting director Claudio Reyna refused to rule out the possibility of Frank Lampard spending time in Australia on loan.
Two-time defending Citi Open champion Magdalena Rybarikova has a tricky start to her title defence in Washington.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani reiterated his intention to retain striker Mario Balotelli, despite rumours linking him to a transfer.
LA Lakers re-sign Xavier Henry to one-year deal.
Crystal Palace claimed their second pre-season win after downing the Philadelphia Union 1-0 on Friday.
Jenson Button dismissed rumours linking Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso with moves to McLaren.
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