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Alonso: I'm completely fine

Fernando Alonso has reassured fans he is making a good recovery

McLaren's Fernando Alonso has told fans that he is well after crashing heavily in testing last weekend - but no decision has been taken on whether the Spaniard will compete in the 2015 Formula One season-opener in Australia.

Reds cleared of FFP breaches

Liverpool have been cleared of any financial fair play breaches but Hull have been fined

Liverpool have been cleared of any financial fair play breaches by UEFA, but Hull have been fined 200,000 euros (£145,000).

Final before December 18 - Blatter

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has said the 2022 World Cup should finish no later than December 18.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has insisted the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will finish no later than December 18 - a move which would protect English football's traditional Boxing Day games.

We'll miss Heaslip - Schmidt

Joe Schmidt, pictured, admits Ireland will miss Jamie Heaslip's experience when they take on England

Joe Schmidt has acknowledged Ireland must adapt their approach to cope without "big-game player" Jamie Heaslip in Sunday's RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam eliminator against England.

Mignolet: Still plenty to play for

Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet believes a Europa League exit will focus the minds of the players

Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet insists their Europa League exit now focuses players' minds on what is required in the remainder of the season.

Mourinho 'thinking only of final'

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is focused only on Wembley and not the future as he refused to dwell on Nemanja Matic's two-match suspension which rules the midfielder out of Sunday's Capital One Cup final with Tottenham.

Pochettino eyes second Blues scalp

Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham and Chelsea contest the 2015 Capital One Cup final on Sunday

Tottenham must recreate the display that saw them to victory Chelsea on New Year's Day if they are to beat the Blues to the Capital One Cup, according to head coach Mauricio Pochettino.

Wenger: Loss hurts more than jibes

Arsene Wenger has come in for criticism following his side's Champions League defeat to Monaco

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not immune to criticism, but feels "hurt" more by his team's defeats than what the pundits have to say or rants on social media.

De Villiers stars in crushing win

AB de Villiers hits one of his eight sixes against the West Indies (AP)

Another awe-inspiring batting display from AB de Villiers helped South Africa to a crushing 257-run World Cup Group B victory against West Indies in Sydney.

England make changes to line-up

England have made the first changes of their 2015 RBS 6 Nations campaign after naming Alex Goode and Jack Nowell in their starting XV to face Ireland on Sunday.

McIlroy recovers from early wobble

It was a mixed start for Rory McIlroy in Florida

A late run of form gave Rory McIlroy slight hope as his love-hate relationship with the Honda Classic continued on Thursday on his PGA Tour debut for the season.

Robshaw desperate for silverware

Chris Robshaw is hoping his England side can go one better than 2014 and lift the Six Nations title

Chris Robshaw has revealed the painful aftermath of last year's RBS 6 Nations title misery is fuelling England's quest to lift the first piece of silverware of Stuart Lancaster's reign.

Agassi: Murray will not let up

Andy Murray has been urged to keep his cool

Eight-time Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi believes Andy Murray must find a way to keep his cool on the court, insisting Great Britain's number one is a "tortured perfectionist".

Morgan demands improvement

Eoin Morgan got some much-needed runs against Scotland last time out

Eoin Morgan will lead England into their World Cup clash with Sri Lanka with a clear message to his players that they can not afford any more slip ups.

Referee had 'a bad day' - Deila

Ronny Deila was frustrated by Virgil van Dijk's dismissal

Ronny Deila gave a scathing analysis of referee Ivan Kruzliak's performance following Celtic's 1-0 defeat by Inter Milan in the San Siro which saw the Hoops exit the Europa League 4-3 on aggregate in the last 32.