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- Andy Murray splits from coach Amelie Mauresmo
- Michel Platini has football ban reduced to four years and resigns as Uefa president
- Wales name 29-man pre-Euro 2016 training squad
- Get involved: Your sporting celebrations #bbcsportsday
Burnley have tweeted a picture of the open top bus that will be going around the streets later tonight. The players will be presented with the Championship trophy - a night not to miss for Clarets fans.
Watch as West Ham boss Slaven Bilic describes the differences between the club's current home at Upton Park and their new ground at the Olympic Stadium.
"There will be more people but it is impossible to make a replica of this atmosphere," Bilic tells BBC Sport.
"It happens to every club when they move to bigger stadiums - you lose something, because it will be impossible to make the Olympic Stadium a fortress. Here it is intimidating for the away team."
We asked you to vote on which of the Manchester clubs will finish higher in the Premier League table.
The results are in, and it is good news for Louis van Gaal's Manchester United side. They will move fourth if they win their game in hand over City when they play at West Ham tomorrow night.
Thanks for voting.
We mentioned at 16:15 BST about the potential rise in Chinese football. Well, ex-England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson thinks China could win a World Cup within 20 years.
Eriksson, the head coach of leading Chinese Super League team Shanghai SIPG, believes everything is now in place for China to succeed.
"This season it's gone crazy, totally crazy," said the Swede. "The president of the country is pushing for football. And if the government push for something in China, things will happen."
Some reaction to the news we brought you earlier that Andy Murray will no longer be working with coach Amelie Mauresmo.
Patrick Mouratoglou, coach of Serena Williams, said: "To be completely honest I was not surprised because we’ve seen in the last weeks different things that made us suppose that something was wrong."
And so it starts...
Leicester fans are still celebrating their Premier League title win but their staff are already been linked with moves elsewhere. But this is not about a player, this is about the boss.
Italian football president Carlo Tavecchio wants Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri to manage the Azzuri to future World Cup Glory.
BBC Sport has taken a look at the rise of football in China. Click on the video to watch a fascinating piece on the country that could soon become a superpower in football.
In 2006 Tottenham asked the Premier League to order a rematch against West Ham after 10 of their players went down with suspected food poisoning at the team hotel on the morning of the game.
An hour ago (14:52), Yorkshire's Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow had put on 200 for the fourth wicket against Surrey.
Make that 300. The England duo are crushing the visitors' attack to all parts and eyeing a big first-innings lead.
You will have probably seen that we have a vote live.
And our question is who out of Manchester City and Manchester United will finish higher in the Premier League?
Click at the top of this page on the desktop site or hit the vote button on mobile to have your say.
The result will be announced shortly after the vote closes at 16:45 BST.
The European Diving Championships begin today marking the start of a week of diving events from the London Aquatics Centre.
This evening Team Event final includes the British duo of Georgia Ward and Matthew Lee and all week many hopefuls will be looking to qualify for Rio 2016.
Watch the European Diving Championships right here from 19:30 BST.
Bath are to sign Northampton Saints' Kahn Fotuali'i, head coach Mike Ford has confirmed.
The Samoa scrum-half, 33, has been with Northampton since joining from the Ospreys in 2013 and was part of their Premiership title-winning side in 2014.
"I've got another big challenge in front of me and I'm pretty excited about it," he told BBC Radio Northampton.
It's not all gloom for the oldies (see 13:55).
Former Chelsea front man Eidur Gudjohnsen, 37, has been named in Iceland's squad for Euro 2016.
It's a deserved major-tournament reward, 20 years after his international debut.
Gudjohnsen now plays for Molde in Norway.
We were only expecting a 28-man squad, but with Joe Ledley an injury doubt after going off in Crystal Palace's 2-1 win over Stoke, Chris Coleman has named a 29-man squad for Wales' pre-Euro 2016 training camp.
The big news is that Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been omitted from the squad.
But don't panic Wales fans, Bale's exclusion is because of Real's appearance in the Champions League final.
Coleman has until 31 May to name his final 23-man squad for the European Championship.
Jermain Defoe's goalscoring exploits this season have handed Sunderland a Premier League lifeline, but can he make a late bid for the England squad for Euro 2016?
"I would have to have a word with Jermain about that," said Allardyce. "Has it crossed Roy's mind? I don't know.
"His performances and goals this season may have caused Roy to have a little look at him. If he's there, he knows how much experience he has got and can do it at that level.
"For the first time for a few years he has consistently played week in, week out and delivered in a position people questioned that he could - as a central striker on his own.
"He's done all that in what's been a struggle for us this year. Eighteen goals in all competitions - it's a great credit to him, his dedication and his ability in front of goal."
Burnley midfielder Joey Barton is keen to show off the Championship trophy to the fans tonight. Finally.
And he was not too impressed with the Football League's decision to not have the trophy present at Burnley's last game away at Charlton on Saturday.
The Clarets went into Saturday's game top of the league, but the trophy instead was at the game between second-placed Middlesbrough and third-placed Brighton.
On Sunday, Barton tweeted...
We've been talking about celebrations all day, and it is going to be a fun night for Burnley fans as their team gets hold of the Championship trophy with a parade through the town planned as well.
This fan is a bit keen...
So you win League Two and are heading up to League One, life is good for Northampton Town fans.
Well, it was, right up to the point Charlton Athletic were given permission to speak to Cobblers boss Chris Wilder and his assistant Alan Knill.
Wilder's quotes will not also boost the mood of the Northampton fans.
He said: "My relationship with the chairman and the fans is going to make this a very difficult decision, but I do feel at this stage of my career it is one I need to explore."
Yorkshire and England pair Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root having been making hay at Headingley against Surrey, which bodes well for the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka.
Replying to Surrey's 330, Yorkshire have fairly clicked along to 257 for 3, with Bairstow on 119 and Root on 90. Their double-century stand came up in less than 35 overs.
Follow all the County Championship action with our live text, here...
Sam Allardyce confirms that defender Lamine Kone will be fit to face Everton.
"Kone had a thigh problem but he's OK for Wednesday. Billy Jones is the only absentee," says Allardyce.
Some more quotes from Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce on his side's vital match against Everton on Wednesday.
"There will be an instinctive response from Everton, so it's by no means a foregone conclusion," says Allardyce.
"On Saturday we had outstanding support and attitude and it got the fans off their seats. Wednesday is all about the result."
And here is the man himself, but Sam Allardyce has a warning for Sunderland fans.
He says: "Don't come to the stadium with the expectation that it's job done because it isn't."
We're still waiting for Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce' press-conference thoughts about the potentially decisive game-in-hand against Everton on Wednesday night.
But in the meantime, here's what he had to say to BBC Radio Newcastle about their stunning win over Chelsea at the weekend...
You may recall from a couple of weeks ago that this year's London Marathon was due for its millionth finisher.
Well, she's been named as Shannon Foudy, 39, from Hemel Hempstead, who ran to rise funds for Luton & Dunstable Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Spurs' home defeat to Southampton was a blow in the battle to finish second in the Premier League, but midfielder Mousa Dembele showed a touch of class at half-time, inviting disabled mascot Marshall to kick-up with the subs.Click here to watch...
Former Russian anti-doping agency worker Vitaly Stepanov has told CBS's 60 Minutes programme that undercover Russian intelligence agents posed as anti-doping staff to cover up cheating at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
If you're feeling your age today, look away now.
Bury teenager Callum Styles has become the first player born after the year 2000 to play in the Football League.
Styles - born on 28 March 2000 - came on against Southend on Sunday, aged 16 and 41 days.
Here at Sportsday, we are officially feeling very old.
Further to the news that Swansea City are considering manager Francesco Guidolin's position (13:04), keeper Lukasz Fabianski has thrown his weight behind the manager, saying the Swans have improved since his arrival in January.
It's the week that keeps giving for Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri.
Following on from the Premier League title celebrations on Saturday, the 64-year-old has won the Enzo Bearzot Award - given by the Italian Football Federation to the Italian coach of the year.
The award was founded in 2011 to honor Bearzot, the 1982 World Cup-winning coach who died in 2010.
BBC Radio 5 live
"A beautiful day on sunny Wearside with a joyous mood to match at the Academy of Light. Could the weekend have gone any better for Sunderland who are now just two points away from securing their place in the Premier League next season?
"The result would also guarantee the club elite football for a 10th consecutive season.
"Having been up here last week you can feel the belief among the players and you just sense they will complete the job in hand with a game to spare - under the lights on Wednesday at the Stadium of Light surrounded by a wall of sound.
"On top of that Jermain Defoe is within three goals of his best league return. Eighteen is the most he's scored in the top-flight. Will he get a chance for England this summer?"
We are expecting to hear from Sam Allardyce from 14:00 BST and we will bring you the best of what he has to say later on.
Some quotes from Celtic assistant manager John Collins on his decision to leave at the end of the season. "I came with Ronny so it’s only right I leave with him," says Collins.
"A new manager will come in and bring his own staff with him. I’ll go on some summer holidays, get some sunshine then we’ll see.
"It’s disappointing to leave but a lot of people would be delighted to have what I’ve had. I’ve played for the team and got two league titles as part of management.
"There have been lots of highs, some lows, but we’ve got five in a row. There are not too many clubs in Europe who have five in a row. We’ve got it and the target now is six."
Celtic assistant manager John Collins announces he will be leaving the Scottish Premiership champions at the end of the season.
The club's manager Ronny Deila has already said he will also be leaving soon.
Head coach Francesco Guidolin's position is being discussed by Swansea City's board this week.
The Swans, who won 4-1 at West Ham on Saturday, are 11th in the Premier League and aiming for a top-10 finish for a second successive season.
Stoke and England goalkeeper Jack Butland has recently tweeted about the progress he has made as he recovers from a fractured ankle, an injury that ended his hopes of playing at Euro 2016.
Southend boss Phil Brown is not happy. Not happy at all.
He says the assistant referee who awarded Bury a late penalty on Sunday should be "struck off".
Bury's winner lifted them above Southend in the final League One table.
But seriously, Phil, relax. You're in mid-table. It's the summer holidays. Breathe.
Children's entertainer and celebrity Oxford United fan Timmy Mallett is still loving his side winning promotion to League One at the weekend.
Remember, we are after your sporting celebrations, but we don't want to exclude those fans who didn't have anything to celebrate this weekend.
Send us any stories (and any pictures) from previous celebrations and we will post the best in this page throughout the day.