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BBC Sport: Sports division of the BBC
BBC Sport is a department of the BBC North division providing national sports coverage for BBC Television, radio and online. The BBC holds the television and radio UK broadcasting rights to several sports, broadcasting the sport live or alongside flagship analysis programmes such as Match of the Day, Test Match Special, Ski Sunday, Today at Wimbledon and previously Grandstand. Results, analysis and coverage is also added to the BBC Sport Website and through the BBC Red Button interactive television service.

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Goals, thrills and rising stars: Why Serie A is the league to watch

BBC Sport visits Italy to find out why the influx of established stars and a new crop of young Italian players, means Serie A could be the competition to follow this season.
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Emmanuel Adebayor: Man City striker's outrageous celebration against Arsenal - 10 years on

BBC Sport looks back at when Manchester City striker, Emmanuel Adebayor, ran the length of the pitch to celebrate in front of Arsenal fans.
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'Nothing's going to bring me down' How Tyson Fury found happiness again

As Tyson Fury prepares to face Otto Wallin in Las Vegas the former heavyweight champion tells BBC Sport's Steve Bunce that he has found true happiness within himself.
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Dubai helicopter rides, hating movies & killing rabbits - Michael Owen busts internet rumours

England and Liverpool star Michael Owen reveals how he 'hates watching films' and how he 'didn't commute to Newcastle every day in a helicopter' as he busts internet rumours in BBC Sport's 'Setting it..
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Joe Jacobson: Wycombe Wanderers left-back officially awarded set-piece hat-trick

After Joe Jacobson's set-piece hat-trick is confirmed by the Dubious Goals Panel, BBC Sport looks at one of football's most unusual trebles.
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Jonathan Panzo: The England U21 defender who moved to Monaco

Before his loan move to Cercle Bruges, BBC Sport travelled to Monte Carlo to meet England Under-21 defender Jonathan Panzo, who left Chelsea for Monaco in search of first-team football.
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Women's Super League: Five World Cup stars to look out for in WSL

Ahead of the new Women's Super League season, BBC Sport picks out five World Cup stars to watch this season.
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Karolina Pliskova column: 'Konta played best match but Williams & Osaka tough to beat'

In her final BBC Sport column from the US Open, Karolina Pliskova reflects on defeat by Britain's Johanna Konta - and her chances of indulging a favourite hobby.
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Crying when England lost and supporting Grimsby - Australia's Pattinson on English roots

I might have a soft spot for England, but I'll be doing everything I can to win the Ashes for Australia - James Pattinson tells BBC Sport that when it comes to cricket he has no split loyalties.
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'Fatty' Foulke: The legend of Sheffield United & Chelsea keeper

With Chelsea hosting Sheffield United on Saturday, BBC Sport brings you the legendary tale of a man who links the clubs.
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NFL: Christian Wade on his 'dream' touchdown for Buffalo Bills and trying to make the cut

In a column for BBC Sport, ex-rugby player turned NFL hopeful Christian Wade talks dream debuts and trying to make the cut with the Buffalo Bills.
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Bury and Bolton Wanderers crisis: What next for the EFL?

BBC Sport looks at some of the issues that need to be addressed following the financial troubles of Bury and Bolton.
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Virgil Van Dijk, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo - who will be named Europe's best player?

Uefa will name its Men's Player of the Year on Thursday with Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk up against Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. BBC Sport looks at their stats.
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Ashes 2019: Australia deserved to win at Headingley - Glenn McGrath

In his latest BBC Sport column, Glenn McGrath says Australia should have won at Headingley and have to use that as motivation for the fourth Ashes Test.
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Bury FC: How the Shakers went from promotion to expulsion in four months

BBC Sport charts how Bury went from promotion to expulsion in the space of four months.
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Carabao Cup second round: Premier League join party, giant-killers and a bitter rivalry

BBC Sport takes a look at the standout ties taking place in this week's Carabao Cup second round.
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'Bolton doesn't deserve this' - where next?

As Bolton Wanderers face the prospect of liquidation, BBC Sport takes a look at the mood at a club on the brink.
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'For Bolton to no longer exist is unthinkable' - what next for League One club?

As Bolton Wanderers face the prospect of liquidation, BBC Sport takes a look at the mood at a club on the brink.
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Faster than Peaty at 15: Could this be Britain's next swimming great?

BBC Sport meets the 15-year-old who is faster than Adam Peaty at the same age and wants to emulate his hero.
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'I love watching natural talent Archer - but Australia will still win the Ashes'

In his latest BBC Sport column, Glenn McGrath discusses Jofra Archer's impact on this series, and how Australia have to deal with his pace.
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Europa League final defeat transformed Arsenal's transfer strategy, says Kroenke

Arsenal director Josh Kroenke speaks to BBC Sport about the club's summer transfers, fan pressure and future ambition.
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Arsenal: Josh Kroenke on transfer window, Unai Emery & targeting Premier League title

Arsenal director Josh Kroenke speaks to BBC Sport about the club's summer transfers, fan pressure and future ambition.
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Inflatable snakes, legal threats and Kelly Clarkson - how the Everton-Watford rivalry got bitter

BBC Sport examines how the row over manager Marco Silva prompted the English top-flight's newest rivalry.
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Everton & Watford: Premier League's newest rivalry

BBC Sport examines how the row over manager Marco Silva prompted the English top-flight's newest rivalry.
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Is Neymar coming back? Will there be a Real Madrid revival? La Liga's big questions

La Liga gets under way on Friday with questions facing all the major contenders. BBC Sport analyses what could be one of the most interesting seasons in years.
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Liverpool v Chelsea: Why you should care about the Super Cup

BBC Sport looks at five reasons why you should care about Wednesday's Uefa Super Cup, as Liverpool take on Chelsea at the Besiktas Park in Istanbul.
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What does 'Moneyball' approach tell us about this summer's transfer deals?

Using data from Carteret Analytics, BBC Sport takes a look at which Premier League clubs did the best business in the summer transfer window.
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New rivals and old foes in Carabao Cup first round

BBC Sport takes a look at the stand-out ties taking place in the Carabao Cup first round on Tuesday.
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Premier League stats: Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling & hat-tricks

An awesome August so far for Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling - BBC Sport looks at some stats from the first Premier League weekend.
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Bolton Wanderers: What is the mood at Trotters as they get back on home soil?

After a summer of uncertainty, BBC Sport assesses the mood at Bolton Wanderers at their first home game of the season.
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Premier League: Reasons to be excited for the new season

BBC Sport picks out five reasons to get excited about the new Premier League season which starts when Liverpool play Norwich at Anfield on Friday.
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Premier League: Which three clubs could go down?

With two promoted sides on average surviving, which teams could finish in the bottom three? BBC Sport statistician Chris Collinson takes a look.
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Wayne Rooney: 'You need picking up?' - How the world reacted to Derby move

BBC Sport looks at how the world of football, and beyond, reacted to Wayne Rooney joining Derby County as player-coach.
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Harry Maguire: Is Manchester United target worth £80m?

Harry Maguire is on the verge of joining Manchester United, but is he worth £80m? BBC Sport looks at the stats and speaks to those who know him well.
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Is Maguire worth £80m? What do the stats (and his former coaches) say?

Harry Maguire is on the verge of joining Manchester United, but is he worth £80m? BBC Sport looks at the stats and speaks to those who know him well.
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Can Man Utd and Juventus get Lukaku/Dybala swap deal done? Transfer news with David Ornstein

BBC Sport's David Ornstein joins Karl Braidwood to discuss the latest transfer gossip, including insight into how Arsenal completed their £72m Pepe deal.
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How fast are your hands? You take our boxing 12-second challenge

How would you fare against a professional boxer? Take BBC Sport's 12-second challenge and find out
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EFL 2019-20: Leeds, West Brom & Fulham picked by BBC Sport users to reach Premier League

Which EFL clubs did you pick to be promoted this season? BBC Sport users have their say.
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‘I declare thumb war!’ - Inside the world thumb wrestling championships

BBC Sport gets the inside track on the world thumb wrestling championships in Norfolk and meets 4-time world champion Paul Browse who talks us through the secrets of his rigorous training routine.
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Ashes 2019: Glenn McGrath on the first Test between England and Australia

In his first BBC Sport column, Glenn McGrath previews the first Ashes Test - and highlights England's top three as a potential weakness.
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EFL 2019-20: Choose your Championship, League One & League Two promotion winners

Have a go at BBC Sport's promotion predictor for the Championship, League One and League Two.
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Adil Rashid: England's World Cup winner on faith, heart, unity & celebration

It has been a whirlwind few days for England's Adil Rashid. BBC Sport caught up with him at his local mosque in Bradford.
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Tokyo 2022: GB swimmers, Adam Peaty & James Guy play Mr & Mr challenge

To mark a year until the start of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, BBC Sport put British swimmers James Guy and Adam Peaty to the test to see how well they know each other in the Mr & Mr challenge.
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Tragedy and team orders - Leclerc's journey to the top with Ferrari

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has faced personal tragedy on his way to F1. Is he a future world champion? He speaks to BBC Sport's Andrew Benson.
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Is Bale the most successful 'failure' of all time?

Gareth Bale's time at Real Madrid appears set to come to an end. BBC Sport takes a look at how his six years in Madrid went.
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'Onwards and upwards' - Neville & Harten suggest England Netball's next step is professional league

England Netball head coach Tracey Neville and shooter Jo Harten answer BBC Sport's questions on the best way to capitalise on the popularity of the World Cup.
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Netball World Cup 2019: Tracey Neville & Jo Harten seek professional league in England

England Netball head coach Tracey Neville and shooter Jo Harten answer BBC Sport's questions on the best way to capitalise on the popularity of the World Cup.
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Pogba, Neymar, Maguire & what’s going on at Arsenal? Transfer news with David Ornstein

BBC Sport journalist David Ornstein brings us the latest transfer gossip, including the latest on Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United and Neymar's potential return to Barcelona.
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Mark Wood column: 'I drove home wearing my World Cup medal'

There will never be another game like it - BBC Sport columnist Mark Wood reflects on the World Cup final and reveals what happened next.
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'There will never be a game like it' - Mark Wood on the World Cup win and what happened next

There will never be another game like it - BBC Sport columnist Mark Wood reflects on the World Cup final and reveals what happened next.
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