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Rosberg punished for Hamilton crash

Nico Rosberg, right, has apologised for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix

Mercedes have taken "suitable disciplinary measures" against Nico Rosberg after the German admitted his responsibility for the controversial collision between himself and Lewis Hamilton in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.

Al Fayed: Absurd to blame me

Former Fulham owner Mohamed Al Fayed, pictured, has hit back at Cottagers manager Felix Magath

Mohamed Al Fayed has hit back at Felix Magath after the Fulham manager blamed the club's former owner for their recent demise.

Rosberg punished for Hamilton crash

Nico Rosberg, right, has apologised for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix

Mercedes have taken "suitable disciplinary measures" against Nico Rosberg after the German admitted his responsibility for the controversial collision between himself and Lewis Hamilton in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.

Wenger: We're not striker light

Arsene Wenger could yet make a late move in the transfer market

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal can still challenge for the Barclays Premier League title even if they fail to sign cover for the injured Olivier Giroud.

Swann repeats call for Cook to go

Graeme Swann, right, does not believe Alastair Cook is the right man to lead England's one-day side

Graeme Swann has repeated his call for Alastair Cook to relinquish his place in England's one-day side, likening the team's current methods to a "two-litre diesel in a Formula One race".

Djokovic on a high

Novak Djokovic cruised into the third round of the US Open

Novak Djokovic could not be happier with his form after coasting through his first two matches at the US Open.

Anderson takes positives from point

Paul Anderson has belief in Huddersfield's title ambitions following the 24-24 draw

Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson believes his side's battling 24-24 draw with bogey club Warrington demonstrates their genuine Super League title ambitions.

Reds welcome Real encounters

Liverpool are relishing the prospect of hosting reigning Champions League winners Real Madrid after the Reds were handed a glamorous return to the European stage.

Kane continues to impress boss

Mauricio Pochettino, pictured, gave credit to the resilience shown by Harry Kane

Mauricio Pochettino has been impressed by Harry Kane's attitude and aptitude since arriving at Tottenham - no more so than when he overcame an early penalty miss against AEL Limassol to set his side on course for the Europa League group stage.

Bruce bemoans Europa exit

Steve Bruce felt his Hull side made 'far too many mistakes' against Lokeren

Steve Bruce lamented Hull's early exit from their first ever European campaign after being ousted by KSC Lokeren on away goals at the Europa League play-off stage.

Ronaldo issues Di Maria warning

Cristiano Ronaldo is confident Angel di Maria, pictured, can succeed in the Manchester United number seven shirt

Cristiano Ronaldo has warned Angel de Maria that filling the number seven shirt at Manchester United will be "a big responsibility" but has backed him to rise to the challenge.

Hodgson has no concerns over Rooney

Roy Hodgson is happy for Wayne Rooney, pictured, to put his bad-boy image behind him

Roy Hodgson insists Wayne Rooney's bad-boy days are behind him, but the England manager has told the striker he is not bulletproof despite his appointment as captain.

Dasaolu impresses again in Zurich

James Dasaolu clocked 10.06 seconds to come third in the 100 metres event

European champion James Dasaolu claimed several notable scalps as he pitted his wits against the world's best over 100 metres at the Weltklasse Diamond League meeting in Zurich on Thursday night.

Brough snatches draw for Giants

Danny Brough's late goal secured a draw for Huddersfield against Warrington

Huddersfield captain Danny Brough kicked a last-minute drop goal to snatch a draw against Warrington and end his side's 10-match losing run at the hands of the Wolves.

Euro woe for Hull

Robbie Brady, second from left, scores Hull's second goal from the penalty spot

Hull's first Europa League campaign ended in disappointment at the play-off stage after a vital away goal for Lokeren saw the Belgian side through at the KC Stadium.

Spurs ease into group stages

Harry Kane, left, scores Spurs' first goal, on what was an eventful night for him

Mauricio Pochettino's perfect start to life at the Tottenham helm continued on Thursday evening as they booked their place in the Europa League group stage by brushing aside AEL Limassol 3-0 at White Hart Lane.