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So proud I played for Chelsea - Carvalho

Chelsea legend Ricardo Carvalho was a guest at Monday night’s game against West Ham and admitted it was a special feeling to return to the place he called home for six years.

Klitschko takes Fury to court

Wladimir Klitschko says he has been forced to take Tyson Fury to court following a disagreement over negotiations about their world heavyweight championship rematch.

Diego Costa scores winner for Conte in West Ham win

Antonio Conte may still be keen to add another striker to his Chelsea squad, but Diego Costa sent his manager a message that, whether Romelu Lukaku joins or not, he is ready and willing to lead the line at Stamford Bridge.

Asamoah Gyan set for Besiktas move

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan will complete his loan move from Chinese side Shangai SIPG to Turkish side Besiktas on Tuesday, footballghana.com can exclusively report.

Crystal meth addict rebounds to take silver in long jump event at Rio

Luvo Manyonga took the lead on the long jump in Rio by soaring a personal best. It might have been enough to win gold, but his sixth and final attempt was a no jump and the South African could only watch as Jeff Henderson knocked him to silver on his last jump with a margin of victory of just 1 centimeter. 

Hull upset Leicester in EPL opener

Defending champions of the English Premier League, Leicester City today started the 2016/2017 season with 2-1 defeat to premier league returnees, Hull City at the KCOM Stadium. 

Messi in retirement U-turn

For "the love of the country", Lionel Messi has made a U-turn on his decision to retire from international football.

Pogba banned for Man United Opener – FA

Manchester United’s new signing Paul Pogba is suspended for his side’s Premier League opener at Bournemouth on Sunday, England’s Football Association announced on Friday.

Rio Olympics witnesses increased number of LGBT athletes

It's likely to prove one of Rio 2016's most memorable moments and it has nothing to with the winning of medals.

 

While rugby player Isadora Cerullo didn't secure a bronze, silver or gold medal, she won a partner for life after girlfriend Marjorie Enya, a volunteer at the 2016 Olympics, proposed to her in front of teammates, volunteers and media. Without hesitation Cerullo said yes and the Rio Games had it's first marriage proposal.