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David Wagner high on Everton wish-list

Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner is high on Everton's wanted list to replace Ronald Koeman.

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West Ham consider Slaven Bilic position

West Ham United are considering the future of Slaven Bilic, sources have confirmed.

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Ozil confident of United deal

Mesut Ozil believes that he is close to landing a deal to join Manchester United.

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The Duke’s Weekend Preview – Champions Day

The Duke looks ahead to Saturday's action including a full preview of Champions Day from Ascot.

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Blank faces of FA executives surprise no one

Dan Chapman looks at the Football Association and like many, delivers a damning verdict on those in charge of the English game.

Column

End of Gatland’s Lions love affair paves way for new generation

Ben Hampshire takes a look at who could be ready to replace Warren Gatland as British & Irish Lions head coach.

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Football Index Insight – New players

The latest Football Index Insight looks at some of the new players that you should be on the look out for with the Index ready to expand.

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TGT NFL Picks – Week 7

One of the most unpredictable NFL seasons continued last week, and now we have no undefeated teams in the league.

Review

Tiger Woods back in action – Bookies can’t see another Major

Former world number one Tiger Woods is nearing a return to return to action, but Bookmakers are not sure he can get back to his best.

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Raheem Sterling to extend Man City stay

Manchester City are ready to offer a contract extension to Raheem Sterling.

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Paris Saint Germain new favourites for Champions League

Paris Saint Germain's big spending looks to be paying off as the French giants are now considered favourites to win the Champions League.

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Leicester considering options – but want ‘big name’

Leicester City's owners are understood to be looking for a 'big name' to lead the club after they axed Craig Shakespeare, but it won't be Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers.

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Irish learn World Cup play-off opponents

Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland have learned who they are playing in their World Cup qualifying.