War of words erupts between amiable TV host and man who fended off a pack of wolves with a stick
Second round of bidding could see broadcasters pay an average of almost £11m per live game
Former cricketer is offered help from Newcastle United as he takes over at lowly Ashington
Spurs striker Harry Kane makes waves in Europe, as Reus rules out move away from Germany
Spurs and Liverpool youngsters join established stars in this week's Premier League selection
Football league matches have been suspended indefinitely following the violence at a Cairo stadium
Keeper is 'hero and villain' of Cup of Nations final as he overcomes cramp to score winning penalty
Reports of Pearson's demise were greatly exaggerated but he appears to be running out of friends
Tottenham and England must tread carefully with Kane to avoid the fate of other bright young things
Brendan Rodgers says club will not pay over the odds to keep Sterling, Man Utd take lead in race for Dani Alves
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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