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Summary

  1. De Boer appointed as new Crystal Palace manager
  2. Updates from Wimbledon qualifying and Eastbourne
  3. Latest transfer news and gossip
  4. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

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By Matt Davis and Jamie Lillywhite

All times stated are UK

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That's your lot for today, it's been a pleasure.

We'll be back on Tuesday at 08:00 BST.

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El Shaarawy's collection

Check out Roma striker Stephan El Shaarawy's football shirt collection...

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Marseille sign Monaco striker Germain

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Marseille sign Monaco forward Valere Germain on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

The 27-year-old, who scored 49 goals in 200 league appearances for Monaco, passed a medical to become Marseille's first summer signing.

Watson beats Cibulkova

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Game, set and match for Britain's Heather Watson, who has claimed a huge scalp at Eastbourne.

The 25-year-old has beaten world number nine Dominika Cibulkova 7-5 6-4.

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BBC Radio 5 live

After the first Test at the weekend, there is plenty to discuss in the Rugby Union Weekly podcast...

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Man City's Campbell signs new deal

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Manchester City Women defender Megan Campbell has signed a one-year contract extension at the club.

Campbell, 23, joined on a one-year deal in February 2016 but missed much of the season with injury.

She returned for the 2017 Spring Series and City's FA Cup win, scoring once and contributing four assists.

"This club is like a family. I'm really grateful to the players and staff for putting their trust in me," said the Republic of Ireland international.

5 live league podcast

Rugby league

The latest 5 live rugby league podcast is available for you here as Dave Woods and journalists Chris Irvine of the Times and the Mirror's Gareth Walker discuss the impact of the latest round of Super League results and their implications with just four games remaining of the regular season.

Husband and wife headers

Volume IV of the footballers on holiday series and this is an impressive one.

Check out Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic and his wife playing headers on a boat.

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Walker tees off

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Here's Kyle Walker playing golf.

Hang on a minute...is he with Spurs and England teammate Harry Kane? Because (see 13:09pm) Kane has also been on the course today.

Chalobah & Redmond face late fitness test

England U21s v Germany U21s (Tues, 17:00 BST)

Aidy Boothroyd says Nathanial Chalobah and Nathan Redmond will both face late fitness tests on Tuesday morning, ahead of their semi-final against Germany in the European Under-21 Championship.

Dettori out until mid-July

Horse Racing

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BBC horse racing correspondent

Frankie Dettori who missed Royal Ascot - including five winning mounts - because of an arm injury is expected to be out of action until the middle of July.

It means the 46-year-old, hurt in a paddock fall at Great Yarmouth on 13 June, will be absent when Cracksman, on whom he was third in the Epsom Derby, lines up in Saturday's Irish Derby at The Curragh.

England Women's team Twitter ban

Cricket

The England Women's cricket team will not be posting any holiday snaps any time soon, they are steering clear of Twitter for the duration of the World Cup to avoid distraction. It didn't work in the first match as they lost to India, but they will seek an improvement tomorrow against Pakistan in Leicester, a match you can hear live on BBC Radio 5 live and follow live text of on the BBC website.

Watch now as England's Anya Shrubsole explains more about the team decision.

Social media bans helps "remove distractions" - Shrubsole

Footballers on holiday

Football

It's time for episode three in our series as Liverpool's Mamadou Sakho, who we heard new Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer speak highly of, prepares to return from his hols. Minehead again Mamadou?

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'I've never seen anyone come off the throttle so quickly'

F1

More now on the big row in F1, prompted by Sebastian Vettel swerving into Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes during Sunday's Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku.

Legendary former world champion Sir Jackie Stewart said: "Lewis slowed down so quickly in a very unlikely place. You have got to take that into account. That was a shock to Sebastian, and that is why he came alongside Lewis to ask 'what the hell are you doing?' What Vettel then did was to unquestionably collide with Hamilton.

"There is no room for that, no excuse for that and it is wrong. It is inappropriate behaviour. It would be very simple to put the complete blame on one man, but what initiated the bad behaviour was what happened before.

"It was totally unexpected. I am not trying to hook Lewis into this the wrong way, but that was the whole crux of what happened. Lewis put his brakes on so hard that Vettel hit him. I am not blaming Lewis for the accident but I have to say I have never seen anyone come off the throttle so quickly."

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Germany don't practice penalties

England U21s v Germany U21s (Tues, 17:00 BST)

Ian Dennis

Senior football reporter in Poland for 5 live Sport

In the German press conference, their U-21 coach Stefan Kuntz, who played in the winning Germany team at Euro 96, makes a point of acknowledging England's "special success" with the U-17's reaching the Euro final, the U-20's winning the World Cup and now the U-21's.

The 54-year-old says Germany haven't practised penalties - "makes no sense to train".

Predictably there were a lot of Euro 96 questions....

'No fear' for England - Lampard

Football

BBC Radio 5 live

Former England international Frank Lampard gives his thoughts on tomorrow's European U-21 Championship semi-final against Germany.

A reminder that the match kicks off at 17:00 BST and will be live on the BBC website and the BBC App, with former England defender Terry Butcher joining Ian Dennis in the commentary box.

Lampard has 'no fear' for England U21s in EURO semi-final

Victor Wanyama Street...or is it?

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Tottenham's Kenya international midfielder Victor Wanyama was honoured in Tanzania on Saturday by having a street named after him in Dar es Salaam.

But the gesture looks to have been short-lived as local websites showed a picture of the street sign being taken away the following day.

A statement from the local Ubungo council said procedures to rename a street had not been observed.

Bakayoko chant sorted

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Andrew Grundy Smith: Hey Chelsea fans, if you don't have "Going Loco, Tiemoue Bakayoko" as a chant next season I am gonna be angry.

Footballers on holiday

Football

Last time I was on this shift we began a series entitled "Footballers on holiday" a short-lived item because a) there is hardly any time between seasons and b) we didn't have many pictures. But here is episode two as Wilfried Zaha (before the appointment of Frank de Boer) visits Skegness. (OK it might not be Skegness).

Get Involved - De Boer named Palace boss

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Simon Atkins: Great manager in the Netherlands, but this isn't the Eredivisie, and he's managing Palace not Ajax. Will be hard for him.

Any Palace fans excited by the appointment?

Edmund blues

Tennis

That 6-4 3-6 6-3 defeat for Kyle Edmund earlier today means the British number two goes into Wimbledon without a win on the grass court this year.

He was knocked out in the first round at Queens by teenager Denis Shapovalov before Donald Young swept him aside today.

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Willis to face friend Broady next

Piers Newbery

BBC Sport at Wimbledon qualifying

Marcus Willis has been talking to the media after his first-round win in Wimbledon qualifying, 12 months on from his run to the second round proper.

"It feels very different," said Willis. "Last year I came here and no-one really knew what was going on, I was happy to be here.

"I’m happy to be here again, obviously, but after what I did last year, doing less could be disappointing."

Next up for Willis is an all-British contest against good friend Liam Broady.

"There will probably be more people rooting for Marcus, he's a loveable guy and fantastic to watch," said Broady.

Australia on course

Cricket

BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Defending champions Australia are not hanging around in their reply to the 204 all out by West Indies at Taunton. The Aussies have raced to 89-0 after 19 overs, Beth Mooney hitting six fours in her 44 from 59 balls.

Commentary from Taunton continues on 5 live sports extra.

Cavendish set for Tour de France

Cycling

Mark Cavendish recently returned to racing after three months out with glandular fever and the Manxman is one of three Britons who will be racing for Team Dimension Data at this year's Tour de France.

The 32-year-old, winner of 30 time stages in the famous race, will be joined by compatriots Steve Cummings and Scott Thwaites.

The Tour de France starts on Saturday 1 July, with Team Sky's Chris Froome, of Britain, aiming for a third straight race victory, and fourth overall.

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Watson underway

Tennis

Heather Watson's clash with Dominika Cibulkova has just begun on Centre Court in Devonshire Park. The British number two has held serve in the first game and you can followlive coverage on BBC Two.

'I want to stay for the three years'

Football

Asked if he was using Crystal Palace as a stepping stone to another club, Frank de Boer replied: "I don't want to think about it, I am focusing on this job. What happens in the future is not important. I want to concentrate on making Palace a solid Premier League team. That is my only concern. I have signed for three years and I want to stay for the three years,"

The last Palace manager to complete three years or more in charge was Steve Coppell from 1984-93.

'We will look at what we need'

Football

New Palace boss Frank de Boer on last season's loan defender Mamadou Sakho, who is no longer with the club.

"Sakho was impressive last season so we will look at what we need. First of all I need to see all the players, I have a very good opinion and know a lot about the team."

All change at the Palace

Football

A new manager, a new sponsor and a new away shirt. A BIG day at Selhurst Park. I preferred the white shirt with the red and blue diagonal stripe.

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Walk like Serena

Tennis

Former world number one Serena Williams is not competing at the moment for one very obvious reason (although she could probably still win quite a few matches). Here she is channelling the Bangles.

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Watson waiting

Tennis

Heather Watson is the next Brit in action at Eastbourne today. She will take on fourth seed Dominika Cibulkova on Centre Court following the conclusion of Karolína Pliskova v Alison Riske.

We saw British number two Naomi Broady slip out of the competition with defeat to Plískova's twin sister Kristyna earlier today.

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Amir strikes

Cricket

Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir is no stranger to the headlines. He is playing for Essex in the Championship and he has taken a wicket with the pink ball on this historic day, the first round of day/night matches with the new shade.

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'We need to build a cushion'

Football

Steve Parish: "We need to build a cushion, Frank's number one brief is to reduce mine and the fans' anxiety this season."

A cushion away from the relegation zone we assume, not an actual cushion? Let us know your thoughts on the appointment of Frank de Boer. Please tweet to #bbcsportsday

'Dominantly, with and without the ball'

Football

Frank de Boer will not be emulating the Sam Allardyce style of play at Selhurst Park. "I have my own type of coaching and style of play. We will try and play dominantly, with and without the ball, and play attractive football. They have a fantastic fan base here."

'Zaha wants to be that key player'

Football

New boss Frank de Boer is understandably keen to utilise the talents of talented winger Wilfried Zaha at Selhurst Park.

"Zaha is already one of the key players in the squad, nice to see he loves to play for Palace and wants to be that key player."

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Geoff Naylor: Frank de Boer has absolutely no experience of leading a struggling team. What's going to happen when Palace lose a few games?

Willis back on the winning trail

Piers Newbery

BBC Sport at Wimbledon qualifying

It couldn't happen again, could it? Marcus Willis is back to causing upsets on the Wimbledon grass - the world number 374 beats world number 184, Andrej Martin of Slovakia 7-5 7-5 in the first round of qualifying at Roehampton. The 26-year-old did not drop serve as he serve-and-volleyed his way to victory. Two more wins required for a trip to the All England Club next week.

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De Boer backed by Van Gaal

Football

Louis van Gaal provided plenty of interest at his news conferences, if not always with his style of play, during his time at Manchester United and new Palace boss Frank de Boer consulted his fellow Dutchman before signing his three-year contract to manage the south London club.

"I spoke with Louis van Gaal and asked him what the experience was like? He has always been very good to me, he was the first one to congratulate me," De Boer said.

'We will look at one or two signings'

Football

More from new Palace boss Frank de Boer, who adds: "This club can grow further and further. They spend a lot of money and there is the possibility to do something well with that money.

"I've not met the players yet, we will look at one or two signings but I think it is necessary to see all the players here first."

'A solid Premier League team'

Football

The new Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer is not targeting the title just yet. "The aim is to be a solid Premier League team, not to struggle with relegation. That is our main target, if we do more that’s nice."

'An amazing milestone for us'

Football

Palace chairman Steve Parish: "It's just about the worst kept secret in football, Fantastically exciting for this football club, an amazing milestone for us. I am excited to work with him and what we can achieve with the club."