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ESPN set to sell their broadcasting rights to BT

ESPN is reported to be ‘throwing in the towel’ in the UK as they get ready to sell the broadcasting rights for certain games in the English Premier League, the German Bundesliga and the Europa League to British Telecom. Like several other challengers to BSkyB’s domination of prime time sports coverage in the UK and Ireland, ESPN has apparently decided to back away.

The Disney-owned sports network . . . → Read More: ESPN set to sell their broadcasting rights to BT

Berbatov heads back to Fulham after 11th hour Spurs bid fails

According to the agent of the footballer, Dimitar Berbatov, Tottenham Hotspur recently made a last moment attempt in order to re-sign him before the transfer deadline closed. Last Friday the player moved to Fulham, from Manchester United for the sum of £5 million. This was only after Alex Ferguson suggested that he could be headed to White Hart Lane.

The representative of the 31-year-old, Emil Danchev, recently . . . → Read More: Berbatov heads back to Fulham after 11th hour Spurs bid fails

Sale of teenage Man U midfielder makes the headlines

The sale of an 18-year-old midfielder with only a handful of first team appearances would not usually make the headlines on the back pages; but when the deal involves Manchester United, an angry Alex Ferguson and a player whose previous transfer dealings have already caused controversy, the interest of the press is understandable.

Eighteen-year-old Paul Pogba, born in France to Guinean parents, was at the centre of . . . → Read More: Sale of teenage Man U midfielder makes the headlines

Robin Van Persie expected to sign new Arsenal contract

Wojciech Szczesny has said that he is confident that the captain of Arsenal, Robin Van Persie, will continue playing for the club even when his contract with them expires next year.

Szczesny has stated that he is not going to consider talks until the end of the season however.

Despite the claims by the Szczesny, there is speculation that the footballer, who is 28 years old, is going . . . → Read More: Robin Van Persie expected to sign new Arsenal contract

England looking to make test comeback

With the second Test against Pakistan under way, the England captain Andrew Strauss, with his possible replacement Alastair Cook, could become the fourth opening pair ever in Test cricket to make a partnership innings of 100 runs.

If England are to make a successful comeback in this Test then their chances seem to rest in the capable hands of Cook and Strauss.

The pitch at Sheikh Zayed Stadium . . . → Read More: England looking to make test comeback

British adult ice skating Championship comes to Sheffield

The National Ice Skating Association is holding its three-day British Adult Championship in Sheffield and it is going to be running until this weekend.

It is estimated that there are going to be around 200 people from all over the country competing in the event. They are all aged between 21 and 75 and many of them have been previous medallists at the event.

One of the skaters . . . → Read More: British adult ice skating Championship comes to Sheffield

Arsenal looking to retain their place in Europe

Arsene Wenger has recently said that if Arsenal managed to finish in the top four of the Premier League this season it will be as good as winning a trophy for the club. The club was recently defeated by Sunderland in the FA Cup and this has basically meant that they will be unable to get a trophy this season.

Mr Wenger also stated that, “If Arsenal . . . → Read More: Arsenal looking to retain their place in Europe

Rangers problems have ripple effects

The financial crisis at Rangers has led to PFA Scotland placing options in front of Craig Whyte, the owner of the club, to help him minimize the impact of financial troubles on the team and fight the administration that is potentially coming in the next ten days. Chief Executive for the Professional Footballers’ Association, Fraser Wishart, stated that he will also work with Whyte to help . . . → Read More: Rangers problems have ripple effects

Alistair Cook revels in Pakistan defeat

England have recently defeated Pakistan in a one-day cricket match and Alistair Cook has said that he doesn’t want the feeling of satisfaction of winning the match to go away by people taking it for granted. In the test series, England were badly beaten by Pakistan and this latest win is a particularly good one to them, especially as it was by 130 runs.

This gives England . . . → Read More: Alistair Cook revels in Pakistan defeat

Williams test new cars in Spain

This week saw some of the most famous names in motor racing unleash their new Formula 1 cars at the first of three planned tests in Spain. After a winter spent working out the finer details of engine and chassis design using computer simulations, this was the first chance for many of the F1 technical boffins to see their handiwork in the flesh, ahead of the . . . → Read More: Williams test new cars in Spain