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Koukash looking at three NRL clubs

Marwan Koukash is pressing ahead with plans to buy an NRL club

Salford owner Marwan Koukash is to press ahead with his bid to buy an Australian club and reckons it would take a small fraction of what it is costing him to fund the Red Devils.

Lamps in light blue 'weird': Cahill

Seeing Frank Lampard, pictured in the light blue of Manchester City was weird, according to Chelsea's Gary Cahill

Chelsea pair Andre Schurrle and Gary Cahill admit it was a strange experience to be on the receiving end of a Frank Lampard special on Sunday.

PFA presses for home-grown quotas

PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor wants more home-grown players

The Professional Footballers' Association has launched a major political drive for rule changes to ensure a minimum of four home-grown players in starting line-ups for every club match from the Premier League down.

Kaboul stunned by defeat

Tottenham's defeat baffled skipper Younes Kaboul

Tottenham captain Younes Kaboul is still trying to get his head around their limp, listless display against West Brom.

Debuchy ruled out for three months

Mathieu Debuchy is facing a three-month injury lay-off

Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy will be out for around three months following surgery on an ankle injury, manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed.

Eastmond focused only on Bath

Bath and England centre Kyle Eastmond

Kyle Eastmond claims that neither England nor Sam Burgess feature in his current thought process after he helped to inspire Bath's record-breaking 45-0 Aviva Premiership romp against Leicester.

Rory raring to go - McGinley

European Ryder Cup Captain Paul McGinlay with American Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson

European captain Paul McGinley insists Rory McIlroy will be fresh and raring to go when the 40th Ryder Cup gets under way at Gleneagles on Friday, but hinted that Graeme McDowell may not be alongside him when it does.

Lamps reflects after denying Blues

Frank Lampard admitted it felt surreal to score for Manchester City against Chelsea

Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard rated his home debut as surreal after scoring against former club Chelsea to end their 100 per cent record in the Barclay Premier League this season.

Hamilton hails family role

Lewis Hamilton is grateful for the support of his family

It was an emotional Lewis Hamilton that departed Singapore with his family in tow after a victory that rekindled memories of "special things" and the sacrifices made to get him to Formula One.

Richards bemoans poor Falcons start

Dean Richards' Newcastle were slow starters against Northampton

Newcastle director of rugby Dean Richards bemoaned his side's performance in the first half hour of their 35-10 Aviva Premiership defeat at home to Northampton Saints.

Warnock heaps praise on Bolasie

Yannick Bolasie, pictured, was praised by boss Neil Warnock after he helped Crystal Palace to victory over Everton

Neil Warnock praised the unpredictable flair of Yannick Bolasie after the Congo winger inspired Crystal Palace to claim their first Barclays Premier League win of the season over Everton at Goodison Park.