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Don’t be a ‘yes’ man Gareth!

Former Crystal Palace star Andy Gray tells his former team-mate, and now England manager, Gareth Southgate not to be a 'yes' man.

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Adam Norman Racing Column

Newbury plays host to a really competitive day’s racing on Saturday that brings down the curtain on their National Hunt season.

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Are Sporting Directors a gamble?

Dan Chapman looks at the growing trend for Sporting Director's in football - but is it a gamble?

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Keep an eye on Paul Nicholls

Sky Sports' David Craig looks back on a busy week at Cheltenham and believes we should keep an eye on Paul Nicholls.

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Would it be that bad if Wenger stayed?

Graeme Bailey is not sure whether Arsene Wenger staying at Arsenal would be such a bad thing, but he needs to improve on his transfer business.

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Norm’s Cheltenham review

Well, that’s that then. After all the build-up and hype, the Cheltenham Festival threw up the usual thrills and spills, although not enough short-priced winners for some punters’ liking.

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Sportsmen betting – is it a mess? You bet!

Piegate, Joey Barton, Jack Colback, non-league managers – betting by “participants” in football has been big news recently - agent and legal eagle Dan Chapman takes a close look.

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Pink Punter at Prestbury Park

The Pink Punter is a Cheltenham and enjoying life at Prestbury Park

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Adam Norman Column

As we all try to catch our breath after the Cheltenham roller-coaster the bandwagon rolls on to Uttoxeter for their feature race of the year, the Betfred Midlands National.

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Caan Berry on Cheltenham

Trading Cheltenham can be frustrating, it only comes around once a year. In previous years I've made some mistakes, stupid ones.

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Suarez sours everything Barcelona do

Barcelona's comeback against Paris Saint Germain was a joy to behold last week, but just like with everything that Luis Suarez is involved with, it left a bitter taste in the mouth.

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