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Botham: Anderson Can Take 500 Test Wickets

Sir Ian Botham has backed 'artist' James Anderson to take 500 Test wickets after the paceman became the first Englishman to pass 400 on day one of the second Test against New Zealand at Headingley.

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Gutierrez Fires Parting Shot At Ashley

Jonas Gutierrez has fired a parting shot at Mike Ashley, appearing to claim he was disregarded by the Newcastle United owner after being diagnosed with cancer.

Uruguay Wants Suarez Ban Rescinded

The Uruguay players' union wants FIFA to rescind Luis Suarez's international ban after claiming him to be a victim of the alleged corruption within the body.

Villa Might Have To Let Benteke Go

Tim Sherwood has revealed Aston Villa might have no choice but to let Christian Benteke leave this summer because of a buy-out clause in his contract.

Worcester Back In Prem By Skin Of Teeth

Worcester secured a dramatic Premiership return after a last-gasp try from Chris Pennell secured a 30-30 draw against Bristol and a 59-58 win on aggregate in their Championship play-off final.

Bacca Brings Sevilla Europa League Glory

Sevilla became the first side to claim four Europa League titles after Carlos Bacca’s double inspired them to a 3-2 victory over Dnipro at the National Stadium in Warsaw and with it a place in next

Ferrari Boss: Raikkonen Must Try Harder

After watching Kimi Raikkonen’s qualifying difficulties continue at the Monaco GP, Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene joked that he should give the Finn extra “homework”.

Accused Hartley Could Miss World Cup

Northampton and England hooker Dylan Hartley has been cited for allegedly headbutting an opponent against Saracens and, if found guilty, could miss the World Cup.

Mourinho Pokes Fun At Blues' Rivals

Jose Mourinho has used Chelsea’s end of season awards dinner to deliver a tongue-in-cheek speech mocking the critics of his side’s style of play and to poke fun at his Premier League rivals.

Murray Keen To Mentor Rising Tennis Stars

Andy Murray says he enjoys being a mentor to younger players after British 20-year-old Kyle Edmund revelled in the Scot's support for his first round victory at Roland Garros.

Drogba Hints At Move To United States

Didier Drogba will not play for another English team when he leaves Chelsea and may follow Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard by ending his career in the United States.

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