Liverpool's non-international players returned to training on Tuesday as the club continue to pursue Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool defender Emre Can believes fellow German Jurgen Klopp is a “great coach” who would be a success at Liverpool.
Sunderland's search for a manager to succeed Dick Advocaat could come down to hard cash.
Moeen Ali impressed with the ball as England's two-day match with Pakistan A ended in a predictable draw.
Australia's Michael Hooper will miss the Wallabies' World Cup Pool A decider against Wales on Saturday due to suspension.
England have made a host of changes for their World Cup 'dead rubber' against Uruguay with no place in the squad for Sam Burgess.
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal both returned to action with victories at the China Open on Tuesday.
Sir Alex Ferguson does not believe Manchester United made a mistake in appointing David Moyes as his successor.
Victor Wanyama has put his failed move to Spurs during the summer behind him and is focused on the future with Saints.
All the latest on the Liverpool and Sunderland managerial jobs, including David Moyes reportedly turning down the latter.
World Cup-winning coach Jake White says he would be interested in the England job were it to become available.
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|England in UAE Tour Matches 20|
|Pakistan A vs England Match Drawn|
|Matador BBQs One-Day Cup 2015|
|Cricket Austral v
|WTA Tour China Open|
|Wozniacki (8) bt Wang (7-5,6-0)|
|Mattek-Sands bt Arruabarrena-Vecino (0-6,6-2,6-0)|
|Errani bt Garcia (6-4,3-6,6-1)|
|Pennetta (3) bt Pereira (3-6,6-0,6-4)|
|Petkovic (13) bt Stosur (6-2,7-5)|
|Kerber (10) bt Cibulkova (6-1,6-4)|
|Bacsinszky (12) bt Duque Marino (7-5,6-2)|
|Ivanovic (6) bt Williams (7-6,6-2)|
|ATP Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships|
|Chardy bt Groth (6-3,2-0) Retirement|
|Johnson bt Tomic (6-3,2-1) Retirement|
Celina Hinchcliffe brings you today's Hometime Headlines.
David Beckham returns to Old Trafford to play a charity match for Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Roy Keane guided Sunderland back to the Premier League in 2007 and said he'd still be there if he had been left alone.