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Lions Watch

With the 6 Nations finished for another year, Toby Webb considers who is in the running for a Lions starting place in their tour of New Zealand this summer

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The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant?

Who are the best and the worst of football pundits?

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Football Crazy: In Other News

Jack Greeney rounds up the more unusual football news of the week that may have passed most viewers by

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ACF Fiorentina: The Lazarus Mission

Football is sacred to most, but in Florence, miracles of biblical proportions have occurred before…

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F1: McLaren Woes, Wehrlein Returns, Ferrari Challenge

With the season just around the corner, Jack Greeney delves into the world of Formula 1 again

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BBC Sport U:SAY Application

Ever wanted to see more behind the scenes of the BBC Sport, and have your voice heard? You can sign up to be part of their pool

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The best run Club in England

With the team high flying at the top of the Premier League, Toby Webb considers the culture of turnover and change at Chelsea FC

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Barcelona 6-1 PSG

Barcelona created Champions League history with an incredible late comeback against PSG

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Manchester City 0-0 Stoke City

Manchester City endured a frustrating battle with Stoke City at the Etihad Stadium on the 8th of March

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University sports teams showed their support for LGBT History Awareness Month

Manchester University’s Athletics Union donned face paint and rainbow attire in support of the event

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The 1973 suffragettes of women’s football and the future of the sport

The National Football Museum held the ‘Suffragettes in Football’ event on the 7th of March, where female football pioneers talked about their experience with football

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Meet Tomokazu Harimoto, the 13-year old table tennis wonder kid

Taking the table tennis world by storm, could this 13-year-old Japanese superstar be the one to finally defeat the decades-long Chinese monopoly on the sport?