Spurs lost to Everton at White Hart Lane for the first time since Gary Lineker scored the winner for the Toffees exactly 21 years ago.
The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards won't be charge under the new smoking bans in Scotland after playing their Hampden gig with the obligatory ciggie hanging from his lip.
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Ben Thatcher's horrendous challenge on Pedro Mendes should result in a long ban after he has served his prison sentence.
The New York Yankees sweep the Boston Red Sox 5-0 at their own park Fenway to lead the AL East by 6.5 games.
Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur) lost their first game of the new Premiership season 2-0 to Bolton.
England win the fourth test against Pakistan at the Oval after the tourists forfeit the game in protest at being caught ball tampering.
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England record a 4-0 victory over Greece in Steve McClaren's first game as manager but it was deja vu all over again.
New York Yankees face a big week that ends with five games in four days against biggest rivals the Boston Red Sox.
Hillarious video of Darth Vader playing silly buggers and pissing off General Veers.
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Steve McClaren's first squad as England manager sees him drop David Beckham, hopefully signalling the end of the former captain's England career.
New England boss has named John Terry as the next England captian, taking over from David Beckham.
England skittled Pakistan out for 155 at Headingly to win the 3rd Test Match and the series thanks to Monty Panesar's expert spin performance.