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At 20:30 BST tonight on BBC One Wales there is a Gareth Bale documentary. If you miss it, it will be on BBC iPlayer afterwards.
"He's a global superstar who almost single-handedly carried Wales to a first major championship in over half a century. But who is Gareth Bale, and how does he cope with the pressure of carrying the nation's hopes and the pressure of playing for one of the biggest institutions in the world?"
Slovakia head coach Jan Kozak was surprised at Euro 2016 group opponents England's line-up for the 1-0 win over Portugal last night.
"I myself watched the match yesterday," he said. "I was surprised by the line-up.
"I'm convinced that the English are not going to use this line-up in the first match. They have got their usual way of playing and this has just been a test."
MOTD Kickabout's USA Special is on the CBBC channel tomorrow at 07:40 and on the CBBC iPlayer.
Here's some clips to give you a taster.
Welcome to the Dallas Cup!: Following in the famous footsteps of 'soccer' stars such as David Beckham, Ross Barkley and Wayne Rooney, Everton’s tight-knit U18 team head to the United States to make their mark in one of the biggest youth tournaments in the world.
Farnworth’s Football Freestyle: New York Style: John Farnworth heads to an east Harlem gym to give an exclusive skills session to aspiring soccer players as part of New York City FC’s ‘Saturday Night Lights’ initiative - one of a number of key community programs the club provides to help youngsters in difficult areas of society.
Freestyle in the Big Apple… with an apple: MOTD Kickabout’s John Farnworth takes his unique skills to the streets of New York… with a piece of fruit at his feet to entertain the Manhattan masses!
Moto2 rider Luis Salom has died following a crash in Barcelona Free Practice 2.
The 24-year-old fell at turn 12 and the session was red flagged with just under 25 minutes left.
A Moto2 statement read: "Two medical cars and then two ambulances were immediately on scene to treat the 24-year-old and the medical helicopter was also deployed to assist in his treatment.
"Due the severity of his condition, the decision was taken to transfer Salom by road to the nearby Hospital General de Catalunya. On arrival, he underwent surgery, but despite the best efforts of the trauma team, he passed away at 1655pm local time."
Darren Randolph and Keiren Westwood both hope to edge out one of their childhood heroes Shay Given for the Republic of Ireland keeper's jersey at Euro 2016.
Randolph and Westwood have been Republic room-mates for a number of years and insist there is no animosity between them despite their desire to earn the shirt for the tournament in France.
West Ham keeper Randolph has been the man in possession in recent matches but Westwood had a very impressive season with Championship club Sheffield Wednesday.
Former Olympic sprinter Roger Black has been speaking about the Little Stoke Parkrun being shut down.
The runs, which are held worldwide, are free but councillors in Bristol voted to charge for the site's upkeep.
Black told BBC Radio 5 live: "The ethos of the Parkrun is we don’t charge anything to encourage anyone to get exercise on a Sunday morning.
"To start shutting them as victims of their own success sends out quite a worrying signal."
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More from the BBC's Mike Costello on the news that Jamaica sprinter Nesta Carter's 'A' sample from the 2008 Beijing Olympics found traces of the banned stimulant Methylexaneamine.
Carter ran the lead-off leg in successful Jamaican teams at the Beijing and London Olympics and also at three world championships.
A re-test of his sample given at the Beijing Games has produced the positive result. The banned substance is believed to be a stimulant – and any sanction against Carter could cost Usain Bolt one of his six Olympic gold medals.
Many such cases in the past have resulted in the disqualification of the whole relay squad. Carter’s best time for the 100m of 9.78 seconds makes him the sixth-best in history. Five of the top six have now tested positive.
On Saturday at 13:40 BST on BBC One there is a Women’s Boxing World Championships highlights programme with a difference.
It follows the stories of Nicola Adams, Savannah Marshall and Chantelle Cameron - at home, at the gym and at tournaments - over the past four months in their bids to qualify for Rio.
It is narrated by Adele Roberts, who hosts the Radio 1 early breakfast show.
British rookie Jolyon Palmer will have a new Renault chassis for next week's Canadian Formula One Grand Prix after badly damaging the previous one in a Monaco crash last weekend.
Sunderland have bid £11m for West Ham's 26-year-old Senegal striker Diafra Sakho, according to Sky Sports.
Russell Slade has left his post as Cardiff City's head of football less than in a month after taking the role.
He was removed from his position as manager in May and given a new upstairs role, which he has now left by "mutual agreement".
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BBC's World Football Show travels to Iceland to find out how a country of just 330,000 unearthed a ‘golden generation’ of footballers.
We speak to head coaches Lars Lagerback and Heimer Hallgrimsson. Also David Moyes (who went to play in Iceland in 1978 as a 15-year-old) and former world strongest man and Game of Thrones actor Thor Bjornsson…who threatens to rip out Cristiano Ronaldo’s heart.
Lee Westwood, bidding for a 10th consecutive Ryder Cup appearance this year, is only level par for his second round after 11 holes at the Nordea Masters in Stockholm.
Westwood remains at four under, seven shots behind clubhouse leader Matthew Fitzpatrick, the 21-year-old from Sheffield, who had seven birdies in a 65.
In 2002 Brazil beat Turkey 2-1 in the World Cup group stages. Rivaldo scored the winning penalty and was also involved in the dismissal of Hakan Unsal, clutching his face when Unsal kicked the ball against his legs.
Paris St-Germain club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has called their domestic quadruple-winning season a failure.
They won the French league, cup, league cup and season-opening champions trophy, all for the second year in a row, but lost in the Champions League quarter-finals for a fourth consecutive season.
"I think we failed this season despite winning domestic trophies," Al-Khelaifi told Le Parisien.
"It's not just the fact that we lost in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, it's the way it happened.
"Two hours before the return leg I knew we were going to lose. I did not feel the players were ready."
Asked if he still trusted manager Laurent Blanc, who signed a new contract in February, he said: "We have to think about what we are going to do next season to build a group that will be stronger at European level."
Usain Bolt could lose one of the three gold medals he won at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
It's being reported the A sample of one of his team-mates in the 4x100m, Nesta Carter, was found to contain a banned substance.
The news comes after the re-testing of 454 samples from the 2008 Games, Carter will face sanctions if only if his "B" sample also tests positive for the substance. Neither Carter nor his agent replied to requests for comment.
Thoughts from Ian Poulter, who has lost only two of his 18 Ryder Cup encounters: "I am obviously disappointed to be in this situation, especially during a Ryder Cup year.
"Right now, rest and rehab take priority in me returning to full strength later this season. I look forward to resuming a full schedule as soon as I am able."
Confirmation that Ian Poulter will be sidelined for four months with an arthritic join in his right foot. His doctor Ara Suppiah says: "We feel that the best option at this stage is to take some time off to allow complete recovery and rehabilitation of his foot.
"This will give him the best chance of returning to the game sooner and preventing further deterioration of the affected joint."
Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum will deliver the 2016 MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture on Monday.
McCullum, who made the fastest Test century in his final appearance in February and still plays in the Indian Premier League, is the second Kiwi to make the famous speech, following the late Martin Crowe in 2006.
He will be joined by Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara and England one-day skipper Eoin Morgan on the post-lecture Q&A panel.
Watford defender Joel Ekstrand will leave at the end of his contract after four years at Vicarage Road.
The 27-year-old, capped twice by Sweden, has not appeared for the Hornets since suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury in March last year.
Meanwhile, Watford have extended the contract of 19-year-old striker Alex Jakubiak for a further year.
Good point James, Bognor Regis Town's 'Green Army' regularly perform a fine rendition of that one.
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