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Martinez won't rush Jagielka

Phil Jagielka, Everton.

Everton captain Phil Jagielka will not be rushed back to offset the injury to fellow central defender Sylvain Distin, according to manager Roberto Martinez.

FA income hit as Dyke hints change

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says "possible radical solutions" may be required to boost the chances of young English players getting opportunities to play for top clubs

The Football Association suffered a £34million hit in income from broadcast rights last season, the governing body's annual report has revealed.

Ford: Farbrace can boost England

Kent Team Director Paul Farbrace

Paul Farbrace's man-management expertise will help revitalise England in the Peter Moores era, according to his Sri Lanka coaching predecessor Graham Ford.

Higgins: I'm just a journeyman now

John Higgins claims he has slipped to 'journeyman' status

John Higgins labelled himself nothing more than "a journeyman" after a second successive first-round exit at the Dafabet World Championship.

Foxes' dominance surprises Pearson

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson, centre, was full of praise for his side

Nigel Pearson watched Leicester wrap up the Sky Bet Championship title with two games to spare and admitted he did not foresee such a dominant campaign materialising back in August.

Cech's season ended by injury

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, left, says Petr Cech, right, won't play again this season

Jose Mourinho has confirmed Petr Cech's season is at a premature end after the Chelsea goalkeeper was injured in the Champions League semi-final first leg goalless draw at Atletico Madrid.

Stubborn Chelsea secure stalemate

Neither side could create many clear-cut chances in the Spanish capital

Jose Mourinho was unapologetically grumpy on the eve of the Champions League semi-final first leg at Atletico Madrid and his team were unwaveringly stubborn in a goalless draw at the Vicente Calderon Stadium.

Leicester crowned champions

Leicester City players celebrate winning their match and the Championship title following the Sky Bet Championship match at the Reebok Stadium, Bolton.

Leicester clinched the Sky Bet Championship title at the Reebok Stadium with Lloyd Dyer coming off the bench to net a fabulous winner in a 1-0 victory over Bolton.

Yorkshire stay on course for win

Ryan Sidebottom was among the wickets for Yorkshire

Northamptonshire showed some overdue resistance but late wickets for Jack Brooks and Ryan Sidebottom kept Yorkshire on course for victory in their LV= County Championship clash.

Van Gaal favourite to replace Moyes

Louis van Gaal is the early favourite to be new Manchester United boss

Louis van Gaal has emerged as the front runner to replace David Moyes after he was axed by Manchester United just 10 months into his six-year contract.

City sweat over Silva injury

Manchester City do not yet know the extent of David Silva's injury

Manchester City must wait a little longer to determine the extent of David Silva's latest injury setback after he was carried off in Monday night's 3-1 Barclays Premier League win over West Bromwich Albion.

Mirallas' season ended by injury

Kevin Mirallas' season is over

Everton's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League have been dealt a blow with the news Kevin Mirallas will miss the rest of the season.

Sagbo fined over Anelka support

Yannick Sagbo, Hull City's striker, has been fined £15,000 by the FA after showing support for Nicolas Anelka's controversial quenelle goal celebration.

Hull striker Yannick Sagbo has been fined £15,000 and ordered to complete an education course after showing support for Nicolas Anelka's controversial quenelle goal celebration on social media.

United shares rise after Moyes exit

Manchester United's share price has risen following the dismissal of manager David Moyes

David Moyes' sacking by Manchester United inspired the club's share price on the New York Stock Exchange to climb sharply to its highest point since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement last May.

McManus moves past Higgins

John Higgins, left, and Alan McManus shake hands after their match

John Higgins joined Ding Junhui on the Crucible casualty list as the four-time world champion was bundled out in Sheffield by his fellow Scot Alan McManus.

United show Moyes no mercy

David Moyes has been sacked by Manchester United

Manchester United have ruthlessly brought the axe down on David Moyes' reign just 10 months into his six-year contract.