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Defiant Blatter shrugs off calls to go

Sepp Blatter admits the Fifa scandal has caused shame and humiliation - but he says he’s not going anywhere.

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Banks’ role in Fifa scandal questioned

A raft of banks could face tough questions in the sweeping US crackdown on alleged corruption in global soccer.

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Murray survives first French Open test

Third seed Andy Murray overcame his first mini-crisis at this year's French Open to beat Portugal's Joao Sousa 6-2 4-6 6-4 6-1.

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Sharks eye win over Rebels

Despite collecting just wins this season, the Sharks are in confident mood ahead of their Super Rugby clash against the Rebels.

Opening batsman dilemma for Proteas

The absence of AB de Villiers from the South Africa side to play two Tests against Bangladesh has given the Proteas selectors a bit of a heada ...

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Where were you when we won the '95 Cup?

Independent Chief Sports Writer Kevin McCallum celebrates South Africa’s Rugby World Cup and perhaps its finest sporting moment.

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Quote of the day

“Most sponsors who were putting money into Fifa knew about Fifa's problems, so this was not new for them.”

Andrew Zimbalist - An economist and sports business expert

Sponsors issue stern warning to Fifa

McIlroy can now focus soley on golf

We shall discover if hosting the Irish Open has been all too much for Rory McIlroy, who is seeking to avoid a second successive cut at his fif ...

Gilbert wins Giro stage 18

Belgian Philippe Gilbert jumped away from the breakaway group and soloed to his second stage win of this year's Giro d’Italia.

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