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Bruce rues Huddlestone miss

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steve Bruce believes Hull need to practice penalties

6:05am Friday 1st August 2014

Tom Huddlestone's close-range miss was "easier to score" according to Hull boss Steve Bruce, after the blunder saw his side settle for a goalless draw on their European bow against AS Trencin.

Wane delighted with Wigan response

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Wigan coach Shaun Wane was understandably delighted with his side's big win over Salford

7:02am Friday 1st August 2014

Wigan coach Shaun Wane was thrilled with the way his side responded to their shock defeat at Bradford by producing an eight-try demolition of Salford.

Horne: No more confusion on betting

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alex Horne is backing the betting ban to help combat match-fixing

8:36am Friday 1st August 2014

Football Association general secretary Alex Horne says the total ban on any gambling on football by players or coaches that comes into force today will help the fight against match-fixing.

Anderson set to discover fate

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Anderson, right, will undergo his hearing on the Level 3 charge

10:01am Friday 1st August 2014

England have an extensive contingency plan should James Anderson be unavailable for his home Test as they try to consolidate against India after their first victory in almost a year.

Suarez 'too good for the Gunners'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Luis Suarez, right, was warned off a move to Arsenal by Steven Gerrard, left

9:21am Thursday 31st July 2014

Steven Gerrard told Luis Suarez he was "too good for Arsenal" when the North Londoners bid for him last summer.

Aussies banish coach Hollingsworth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sally Pearson came under criticism from Eric Hollingsworth

10:50am Thursday 31st July 2014

Athletics Australia's British head coach Eric Hollingsworth has been sent home from the Commonwealth Games after his outspoken attack on Olympic sprint hurdles champion Sally Pearson.


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