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Castleford captain Michael Shenton out for season after knee injury in club's first match

Castleford are reeling from the loss of captain Michael Shenton for the rest of the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury sustained in his side's opening match.
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BOA remain committed to sending two football teams to 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

The BOA has vowed to continue its efforts to send two Great Britain football teams to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Chief executive Bill Sweeney believes it's the organisation's 'duty'.
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Stoke City chief Tony Scholes fears Premier League ticket price row may never be resolved but we have to make it affordable

'We make no secret of the fact that our aim is to keep football at the Britannia Stadium as affordable as possible. In an ideal world we never want price to be the reason why supporters cannot attend matches.'
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Borussia Dortmund boss denies rift with Shinji Kagawa after leaving him out squad because his 'mind was not free'

The former Manchester United playmaker was substituted after 55minutes of Dortmund's previous Bundesliga match with Ingolstadt and was omitted from Tuchel's 18-man squad on Saturday.
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Celtic ace Leigh Griffiths thanks rivals fans for support after sickening Twitter abuse

Leigh Griffiths has thanked rival fans from Rangers and Hearts for their messages of support after sickening online abuse was aimed at his four children. The striker was targeted on Twitter.
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Premier League reveal new plans to cap away ticket prices in bid to make football more accessible for fans

The Premier League have revealed they are trying to find a way to make football more affordable for away fans. Clubs in the top flight will receive at least £100m each from the new TV deal.
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Jamie Carragher: Premier League clubs have a duty to look after supporters... it wasn't nice walking out at Anfield, but fans need to make a stand

Sportsmail columnist JAMIE CARRAGHER has made a passionate plea for cheaper tickets for Premier League football fans and explained why he joined the Anfield walk-out on Saturday.
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Australia pick Peter Nevill for World T20 as Steve Smith takes over captaincy 

Australia have named Test wicket-keeper Peter Nevill in their 15-man squad for the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 in India and dropped regular limited-overs gloveman Matthew Wade.
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Manchester United share price drops to lowest level since 2012

Manchester United's hopes of finishing in the top four took a blow on Sunday when Diego Costa equalised in stoppage time to snatch a point for the Blues against Van Gaal's men.
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Premier League clubs have no defence for bleeding fans dry... £8bn reasons to cut ticket prices NOW! 

IAN LADYMAN: When the Premier League member clubs learned the sheer scale of the staggering TV deal that will begin next season, they rightly thought that it would change the face of football.
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Lord Coe helped by secret emails in IAAF presidency campaign as he received guidance that may have broken rules 

EXCLUSIVE: Coe's rise to the position of president of world athletics was aided by the use of secret, coded emails from inside the IAAF that would appear to be at odds with the governing body’s code.
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Everton No 1 Tim Howard in line for MLS return with Colorado Rapids in summer

The 36-year-old has been identified by MLS side Colorado Rapids as the man they want to be their new No 1, and believe Everton would let him have a free transfer as a reward for his long service.
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Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Tuesday, February 9 

Sportsmail racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Tuesday's races at Southwell, Market Rasen and Sedgefield.
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Willie Mullins-trained Gold Cup favourite Vautour at crossroads ahead of Cheltenham

The weekend destination of Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite Vautour hinges on how the gelding works for trainer Willie Mullins on Tuesday morning. Vautour could go for the Denman Chase or Red Mills Chase.
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Phil Jones edges closer to Manchester United comeback after getting run-out in Under 21s match against Norwich City 

Phil Jones played just under an hour for Manchester United's Under 21s team on Monday night as he continued his route back to full fitness following an ankle injury.
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Paolo Di Canio makes second application to become Rotherham manager

Former Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio has made a second bid to become Rotherham's new manager. Di Canio has been without a club since leaving the Black Cats in September 2013.
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Espanyol 0-5 Real Sociedad: Carlos Vela stars as hapless hosts suffer worst possible preparation for Valencia clash

Former Arsenal striker Carlos Vela set Real Sociedad on the way to a crushing victory away at Espanyol, as the home side slipped further towards the relegation zone.
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Everton set to announce £200m takeover by two US businessmen

Everton are closing on a £200million takeover agreement with US businessmen John Jay Moores and Charles Noell. The deal could be announced before the end of the month.
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Will Keane impresses Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal with five goals including a stunning chip against Norwich

Manchester United may be struggling for goals and attacking fluency at first-team level, but in the Under 21 side Will Keane might be showing Louis van Gaal what he has been missing.
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Jurgen Klopp back on the training ground days after undergoing surgery as Liverpool prepare for FA Cup game against West Ham

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was back on the training ground on Monday evening just days after discharging himself from hospital. Klopp will be back on the sidelines on Tuesday.
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Conor McGregor will have nightmares when I'm finished, vows Rafael dos Anjos

Rafael dos Anjos has vowed to give Conor McGregor nightmares by ensuring he has a lightweight debut to forget. Dos Anjos will defend his belt against the featherweight champion.
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Six Nations Team of the Week: England's Billy Vunipola best of the bunch as Virimi Vakatawa enjoys superb France Test debut

The opening weekend of the Six Nations saw England and France record narrow wins and Ireland and Wales draw in Dublin, with all teams showing signs of promise. Here we rate the players.
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Celtic to face Morton in Scottish Cup quarter-finals after draw malfunction sees them avoid Dundee United

A Scottish Cup balls-up left SFA president Alan McRae red-faced at Hampden after he was forced to restart the live televised quarter-final draw because of a ‘prop malfunction’.
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Manchester United winger Memphis Depay sets up three goals for U21 side against Norwich as Will Keane scores FIVE in 7-0 victory

The match against Norwich came just over 24 hours after the Dutch winger cost United crucial Premier League points at Chelsea and Van Gaal was a keen watcher in the stands at Old Trafford.
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Derby appoint Nottingham Forest legend Des Walker as academy defence coach on same day manager Paul Clement is sacked

Des Walker, 50, made over 400 appearances for Forest over two spells in a career that also saw him play for Sampdoria and Sheffield Wednesday, as well as win 59 England caps.
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Mumford and Sons taunt South Africa fans by dedicating a song to the England cricket team as Stuart Broad and co watch concert 

Throughout their tour of South Africa, England's cricketers have had an incredible level of support, mostly from the travelling Barmy Army. Now they have found backing from a different type of tourist.
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AC Milan boss Sinisa Mihajlovic expecting more from Mario Balotelli but admits striker will improve when he regains fitness

AC Milan manager Sinisa Mihajlovic says he expects more from Mario Balotelli, but admits that it will take time for the striker to get back to his best following a lengthy lay-off with injury.
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Derby sack manager Paul Clement because club have not 'made enough progress'

Paul Clement has been sacked by Derby County after just eight months as head coach. Owner Mel Morris has pulled the trigger after a sequence of seven Championship games without a win.
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Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois laments their 'too many draws' this season

Thibaut Courtois has voiced his frustration at Chelsea's stuttering form this season - citing too many draws as the reason for their prolonged slump. They currently sit 13th in the table.
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Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma out for SIX MONTHS after surgery on horror knee injury

Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma is expected to be sidelined for six months following the horror knee injury he suffered during the 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday.
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Tory MPs speculate over Sir Nicholas Soames' weight loss

Sir Nicholas Soames is reportedly 'moping' around the Houses of Parliament and complaining that he 'can't even look at food'.
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Europe's five big leagues spent £246m on international transfers in the winter window - 26 per cent less on last season's outlay

Spending on international transfers in Europe's big five leagues during the 2016 winter transfer window dropped 26 per cent compared to the same period last year, according to FIFA data.
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Schoolboy lives with his grandparents because local primary school won’t let him attend 

A devastated mother has had to send her son, seven-year-old Charlie Gee, to live with his grandparents in Huddersfield due to stringent rules at the local primary school.
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Former Pirelli model wins right to sue ex-husband Sheikh Walid Juffali for slice of his fortune

Former Pirelli model Christina Estrada is seeking a slice of the £4billion fortune of Sheikh Walid Juffali after the end of their 13-year marriage when they settled in Surrey.
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Mystery Hatton Garden burglar known only as Basil 'is a former policeman' 

Police are still hunting for the ginger-haired master-burglar, pictured, behind the £14million gem and gold heist who went on the run while the rest of the seven-strong gang were jailed for 444 years.
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British motorcycle champion Sean Emmett cleared over wife's Dubai balcony fall death

Father-of-three Sean Emmett, 45, had initially been arrested by police as they probed the circumstances surrounding how his wfe plunged to her death from their hotel room in Dubai.
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Claudio Ranieri reveals secrets of Leicester success, including relaxed eating rules and guaranteed rest days

Claudio Ranieri has revealed the secrets behind Leicester City’s incredible success, stressing the importance of rest during the week, their solidarity as friends, and ravenous eating habits.
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Maylyn Couperthwaite stabbed to death in Bury with her mother Audrey pictured

A 52-year-old woman was killed and her 80-year-old mother is fighting for her life after a double stabbing in Bury, Greater Manchester. Police have arrested a 62-year-old man.
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Woman who drank heavily for 40 years develops Madelung disease

The 64-year-old, treated at the Brooklyn Hospital Center, was diagnosed with Madelung disease, linked with alcoholism, which causes benign fatty tumours to grow on the body.
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RSPCA inspector Mike Reid feared swept out to sea by Storm Imogen

Inspector Mike Reid, 54, has not been seen since he was called to the rescue involving up to 30 gannets stranded on rocks at Porthchapel Beach near Penzance, Cornwall, at about 2pm yesterday.
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Aspiring model with 3 LITRES of excess fluid in her leg due to lymphoedema

Meagan Barnard, 24, from Minneapolis, refused to wear a dress or skirt and was left feeling suicidal following cruel taunts about her right leg. She is now modelling to raise funds for liposuction.
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George Osborne's financial tightrope could snap if petrol prices don't rise, IFS report warns

George Osborne could miss his target to create an overall surplus by 2020 if he does not increase petrol duty, an influential think tank warned today.
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Holly Hagan and Marnie Simpson enjoy wild night out with Geordie Shore pals

The MTV stars headed to Newcastle’s infamous Bijoux bar for a wild night out on Sunday.
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Darren Day says he feels better than he has in 20 years following CBB

He came third on the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother and Darren Day has said that he is thrilled to be popular again, after previously being known as a love rat and a sex addict. 
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Russia to invite Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini to 2018 World Cup despite bans

World football president Sepp Blatter and the sport's European head, Michel Platini, will be invited to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said on Monday.
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Floyd Mayweather given custom-made boxing shorts emblazoned with 2,000 crystals

Floyd Mayweather was presented with a pair of shorts lined with 2,000 crystals and joked: 'I'm saving these for my 50th!' The retired boxer has amassed £550million from his 49 fights.
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Kilburn High Road residents are trying to block a 13th betting shop from opening

The short stretch of Kilburn High Road is known locally as 'The Strip' because it has eight betting shops and four casino-style arcades serving one of the capital's most deprived areas.
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Trio of killers posed for bedroom selfies hours before murder of Jordan Watson

George Thomson, 19, Brahnn Finley, 19, and Daniel Johnston, 20, posed for the photo before launching the 'brutal and sustained attack' on Jordan Watson in a graveyard in Carlisle.
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Trio biscuit bars are back after 13 YEARS thanks to a Facebook poll

The toffee and chocolate biscuit bar will return to shelves in March for the first time since it disappeared in 2003. The bar's catchy Calypso advert will also be making a comeback.
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SPCA centre in Glasgow search for home for continental giant rabbit, Atlas

The continental giant rabbit - appropriately named Atlas - has been taken in by a Glasgow rescue centre after he could no longer be cared for by his former owner.