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  1. Goodbye

    That's all from Sportsday live for today but we'll be back bright and early with reaction to all tonight's Champions League football and the best of the back pages too.

    As for now, you can watch Sportsday by clicking the play button at the top of this page right now, and follow Manchester United against Wolfsburg and Manchester City away at Borussia Monchengladbach build up and all the action right here.

  2. Memories of '77

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Tonight's programme in Germany casts back to Anglo-German clashes in Europe in the 1970s....

  3. Liverpool must not 'break' Sturridge

    Liverpool v FC Sion (Thu, 20:05 BST)

    Daniel Sturridge

    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge's return to action must be managed carefully to ensure it does not "break" him, says Reds manager Brendan Rodgers.

    Sturridge, 26, scored twice in Saturday's 3-2 win over Aston Villa - his second appearance of the season since a hip injury suffered in April.

    "We have seen from the game at the weekend he is still building his way towards full fitness," said Rodgers.

    Sturridge's 24 goals in 2013-14 helped the Reds finish second in the league, but he missed six months of last season after suffering a thigh problem and having hip surgery.

  4. Borussia Park

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    The view from the press box in Germany....

  5. Bale won't be risked

    Malmo v Real Madrid (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Gareth Bale

    Real Madrid forwards Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez will miss Wednesday's Champions League match at Malmo through injury.

    Wales's Bale (calf) and Colombia's Rodriguez (thigh) missed Saturday's draw at home to Malaga and will not be risked before the weekend's Madrid derby at Atletico.

    Defenders Sergio Ramos and Pepe have also been left out.

    Real won their opening encounter in Group A, 4-0 against Shakhtar Donetsk.

  6. Goal of the month music


    Don't forget Match of the Day 2 and BBC Radio 1’s Greg James are teaming up to give audiences the chance to choose September’s Goal of the Month soundtrack.   

    The winning track will be announced on Greg’s show at 18:00 BST on Thursday 1st October and feature in September’s Goal of the Month feature on Match of the Day 2 on Sunday 4th October at 22:30 BST.

  7. Welsh legends meet up

    Rugby Union

    Wales had a knockout preparation for tomorrow's game with Fiji by meeting Joe Calzaghe.

    The players were tratted to a private screening of Mr Calzaghe, a documentary-film about the unbeaten former world boxing champion's life - followed by a question and answer session.

  8. Get involved - My manuel moment


    Ever missed a flight or forgotten your passport? Maybe you turned up at the wrong ground or forgot your match ticket. Let us know using #mymanuelmoment on Twitter or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.   

    Kathryn Bate on Twitter: My housemate realised the day before flying to Amsterdam to run the marathon his passport expired 6 months previously

    Ciaran Callan: due to delayed flights and trains I only got to see 45 mins of a Europa league game in Luxembourg.

  9. Fury reveals political ambition


    Tyson Fury

    Heavyweight Tyson Fury has revealed an ambition to become an MP.

    Fury, who is waiting for his world title fight against Wladimir Klitschko to be rescheduled, wants to stand as an independent for the Morecambe and Lunesdale constituency and told the BBC: "I should be elected in five years' time." 

  10. Who are Borussia Monchengladbach?

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Philips Stadion

    Borussia Mönchengladbach – famous name from the 1970’s for English football fans - when they lost two Finals to Liverpool – The 1973 UEFA Cup Final, and the 1977 European Cup Final.

    Borussia Monchengladbach

    Since then, they have been absent from The European Cup proper for 37 years until this season.

    Mönchengladbach were impressive in the Europa League last season . They only lost to the eventual winners Seville and scored 18 goals in their five home games Europe last year. 

  11. Wolfsburg never won in England

    Man Utd v Wolfsburg (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Old Trafford

    Plenty of early arrivals for Manchester United’s Champions League encounter with Wolfsburg.

    Michael Carrick scored a late winner the last time the two sides met at Old Trafford, in the 2009-10 group stage, with Ryan Giggs also on target in a 2-1 win.

    It will be Wolfsburg’s fourth game in England and they have lost in each visit, losing Europa League matches against Portsmouth and Everton in addition to the United defeat.

  12. Duel in the sun


    Our reporter Conor McNamara has arrived at Borussia Park for tonight's game between Monchengladbach and Manchester City.

  13. Leave it to Manchester

    Champions League

    So can Manchester United and Manchester City fare any better tonight?

    Dan Walker was joined by Kevin Kilbane and Mark Lawrenson for the Focus Forum as they look forward to Wednesday's Champions League fixtures with both Manchester clubs in action.

    Manchester City travel to Germany to take on Borussia Monchengladbach, while Manchester United have a home tie against Wolfsburg.

    Focus Forum
  14. Castleford chairman Fulton, 83, dies

    Rugby League

    Jack Fulton

    Castleford Tigers chairman Jack Fulton has died at the age of 83. 

    Fulton spent 21 years on the board at the West Yorkshire club and became chairman in the early 1990s. 

    A club statement said: "Our sincere condolences go out to the Fulton family. We'd ask that our fans respect the families privacy at this time."

    Fulton's passing came a day after plans were approved for the club's new 10,000-capacity stadium as part of a £135m development programme in the town.

  15. Patel looking forward to Test series


    Samit Patel

    Samit Patel is relishing a chance to impress in the England squad to take on Pakistan, after two years out of the international set up.

    The Nottinghamshire spin bowler was called up after an injury to Zaffar Ansari.

    "I'm coming back into the system after two years out, working with new coaches like Mahela Jayawardene and Mark Ramprakash - it's all new for me and for them so it's going to be brilliant, " Patel said.

    Captain Alastair Cook thinks Patel gives them another option with bat and ball.

    "Samit's had a taste of international cricket and certainly he adds that spinning the ball away from the right hander and a bit of batting as well."

  16. Shearer says coaching partly to blame


    Former England captain Alan Shearer claims coaching standards are partly to blame for Premier League clubs failing in Europe. 

    Shearer, talking at the Sir Bobby Robson Celebrity Golf Day says reckons the amount of money now flowing through the Premier League has a part to play too.

    "The more money the Premier League gets it seems the worse the teams get in Europe. Teams from Germany, Spain, Italy seem to be leaving our teams behind which is a great shame," he said. 

     "We're not producing as many players as we used to, young players are not getting the opportunity, coaching standards is another thing but the list is endless."

  17. British centurions


    A Question of Sport Teaser

    Earlier our friends at Question of Sport asked you who are the seven British players with more than 100 Champions League appearances?

    The answers you were looking for are:

    Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Ashley Cole, David Beckham, Frank Lampard & John Terry.

    There will be another teaser for you tomorrow.

  18. Demichelis at the back

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Philips Stadion

    In the absence of Vincent Kompany and Eliaquim Mangala, Martin Demichelis is expected to play at the back for Manchester City tonight. Demichelis has a good record against tonight's opponents, he never lost in 12 games against Mönchengladbach during his time at Bayern Munich.

    Martin Demichelis
  19. BreakingNo action against Mourinho


    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will face no action after being cleared of making discriminatory comments towards then club doctor Eva Carneiro during the match against Swansea on August 8, the Football Association has announced.

    Jose Mourinho

    In a statement the FA said: "The matter was brought to the attention of the FA on 8 September and led to the appointment of an independent academic expert in Portuguese linguistics to analyse the footage of the incident which included the audio recording.

    "After receiving the report from the expert, the FA is satisfied that the words used do not constitute discriminatory language under FA Rules. Furthermore, both the words used, as translated and analysed by the independent expert, and the video evidence, do not support the conclusion that the words were directed at any person in particular. Consequently, on the evidence available to it, the FA will take no further action in relation to this matter." 

  20. Man Utd without Carrick

    Man Utd v Wolfsburg (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Manchester United will be without midfielder Michael Carrick who missed the last training session before facing Wolfsburg in the Champions League.

    Fellow midfielder Ander Herrera and winger Antonio Valencia are doubtful for the game with minor injuries.

    Defender Paddy McNair could return after he recovered from an injury that sidelined him for the last two games.

    Michael Carrick

    Wolfsburg will be without midfielder Luiz Gustavo who has a knee injury, while centre-back Robin Knoche is out.  

    Winger Vieirinha and goalkeeper Koen Casteels are both doubtful after missing the Wolves' last five games.

  21. Football on 5 Live

    Man Utd v Wolfsburg (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Mark Chapman is joined at Old Trafford tonight by Alan Green and former England, Newcastle and Tottenham winger Chris Waddle.

    Among the topics up for discussion is how far can Manchester United go in the Champions League? Could they even win it?

    Make sure you tune in from 18:30 BST and follow the games live on the BBC Sport website too.

  22. Man City need to be switched on

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Philips Stadion

    Borussia Park was full of activity today. It's a gleaming modern stadium, but extra corporate hospitality tents were being erected in the car park to cope with the demand for this game. With new caretaker manager Andre Schubert looking to continue a 100% record since taking charge 10 days ago, there is a renewed optimism around the club.

    Manchester City had better be switched on early tonight. Borussia Mönchengladbach have won their last two games, and the key has been a flurry of early goals.

    They scored four goals in the opening 21 mins against Augsburg last week, and then two goals in the opening 20 mins against Stuttgart on Saturday.

  23. Get Involved - My Manuel moment


    Ever forgotten something important like a passport or match ticket? Or a pair of.....sunglasses?

    Get involed using #mymanuelmoment or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.  

  24. Tottenham news conference

    Monaco v Tottenham (Thu, 18:00 BST)

    Tottenham's Cameroon forward Clinton Njie is hoping to get his chance against Monaco tomorrow....

  25. Tottenham news conference

    Monaco v Tottenham (Thu, 18:00 BST)

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and Clinton Njie are speaking to media ahead of Thursday's Europa League game.

  26. Why is it going wrong for English clubs in Europe?


    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

    Arsenal and Chelsea slipped to defeat on another night of Champions League embarrassment for the English elite - grim statistics lying around their feet like rubble, proof that the glory days are over.

    The Premier League's finest have so far played six group games in Europe's biggest tournament and five have ended in defeat. Manchester City and Manchester United play their second games on Wednesday having both lost their first.

    So where has it all gone wrong? And is this a sign of things to come?

  27. Konta fights back to reach quarters


    Johanna Konta

    Britain's Johanna Konta staged a superb fightback to beat world number two Simona Halep 6-3 3-6 7-5 and reach the quarter-finals of the Wuhan Open.

    After winning the first set, Konta looked set for defeat as Halep won the second and was 5-1 up in the decisive third.

    However, Halep had no answer as Konta stunned the Romanian to progress.

    The 24-year-old will next play former world number one Venus Williams for a place in the last four.

    Konta becomes the first British woman to beat a world number two since Sue Barker defeated Tracy Austin in 1981.

  28. Three's Kompany, six injured

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Captain Vincent Kompany is one of six players missing for Manchester City who face Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League.

    Kompany has a calf problem, and joins fellow defender Gael Clichy, midfielders Fabian Delph, Eliaquim Mangala and Samir Nasri and forward Wilfried Bony on the sidelines.

    Yaya Toure and David Silva trained on Tuesday after overcoming injuries.

    Vincent Kompany

    Manuel Pellegrini's side lost their opening Group D match to Juventus .

    The Chilean said of the injury to Kompany: "I think it will be difficult for him to play for Belgium next week."

  29. Man Utd need a hero

    Man Utd v Wolfsburg (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Michael Carrick was the hero the last time Manchester United faced Wolfsburg at Old Trafford, but will miss tonight's game due to injury.

  30. Four released on bail

    Horse Racing

    Four people arrested following an assault at Southwell Racecourse on Tuesday have been released on police bail.

    Two men and one woman were arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage and another woman was arrested for obstructing police.

    Jump jockey Aidan Coleman has welcomed a security review at Southwell Racecourse after he was allegedly punched by racegoers on Tuesday.

    The 27-year-old suffered minor injuries including two chipped teeth, when two people burst into the riders' changing room after the day's last race.  

  31. Get Involved - My manuel moment


    After the Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini had to dash back to get his passport before flying to Germany, has it ever happened to you?

    Barry Devilin on Twitter: In Canada I left passport in a coat in house I stayed in! Money wired & passport courier required! I was miles away.

    Kane Bethell: Got all the way to Shrewsbury from Bradford and realised we left the tickets at home. We were allowed in still!

    Very decent of them, probably didn't want to turn you away. Have you ever forgot a passport or match ticket? Get involed using #mymanuelmoment or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  32. Suspended Locke leaves Wakefield

    Rugby League

    Kevin Locke

    Full-back Kevin Locke has left Wakefield Wildcats after just three months at Belle Vue.

    The 26-year-old was suspended by Wakefield a fortnight ago after being involved in a car crash with teammates Tim Smith and Reece Lyne. 

    Former New Zealand international Locke joined the club from Salford Red Devils in June and played five games. 

    "We've concluded the case involving Kevin, shook hands and gone our own ways," chairman Michael Carter said.

  33. Shifting landscape


  34. Hales long-term goal to open batting


    Alex Hales

    England captain Alastair Cook says he "has a good idea" who will be his opening partner when they begin the Test series against Pakistan in Dubai on 13 October.

    Alex Hales and Moeen Ali are the likely options, and Hales is keen to make the spot his own.

    "That's definitely my long-term goal in then next 12 months to nail down that spot in all three forms, but that's going to come with a hell of a lot of hard work," Hales said.

    Ali refused to be drawn on whether he feels he should be higher up the order, saying "No not yet, it's a bit early at the moment, I'm happy to bat wherever and feel I can adapt to any situtation."

  35. Get Involved - Blunders


    Ever done something you really wish you hadn't while playing sport?

    Steve Richardson on Twitter: Supporting Sunderland !!

    Nick G: Missed a goal line chance,straight down own end and scored an own goal.Missed out on chance to win league

    Andrew Watson: Played five years for the Uni team, never scored. Won a penalty in the last two mins of my last match. Missed it.

    We feel your pain. Keep them coming using #mysportingblunder or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  36. Spurs unsure on Son injury

    Monaco v Tottenham (Thu, 18:00 BST)

    Tottenham are unsure how long forward Son Heung-min will be out for with the foot injury he suffered in the Premier League victory over Manchester City.

    Son, 23 - who has scored three goals in his opening five games - was taken off with 13 minutes to go in the 4-1 win over the former leaders.

    The South Korea international joined Spurs from Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen for £22m in August.

    Son Heung-min
  37. From the press box


    It's got even better too - with Manchester City beating Borussia Monchengladbach under-19s 2-1 this afternoon.

  38. Fleetwood part with boss Alexander


    League One side Fleetwood Town have parted company with boss Graham Alexander after three straight defeats. 

    The 43-year-old said he accepted responsibility for their performance in the 5-1 loss at Gillingham on Tuesday.

    Alexander took over at Highbury Stadium in December 2012 and guided them to promotion, winning the League Two play-off final in 2014. 

    Fleetwood sit 20th in the table, with just two wins from 10 games, a point above the relegation places.

    Graham Alexander
  39. Get Involved - My Manuel moment


    Wyman Kaluba on Twitter: was back at engineering school in my final third year exams when I forgot my scientific calculator for the Dynamics paper!

    Brian Yerkes: Partied til 5am in Rome, flight back to Dublin at 7am. Slept thru alarm, paid taxi 100euro to speed thru traffic to airport!

    Marc Leathem: ‏Missed a Ryanair flight back in the day - thankfully it was a £1 fare!

    Get involed using #mymanuelmoment or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page. 

  40. Aussies still waiting


    Darren Lehmann

    Australia head coach Darren Lehmann says he will be disappointed if the club's tour of Bangladesh is called off - but understands why it might happen.

    The players have been sent back to their home states to train while awaiting a decision amid increasing security concerns.

    “It’s getting pretty tight now, to be honest,” Lehmann told 5AA radio.

    “At the end of the day we have to wait and see what the boards and the security come up with, but we have to make the right decision for player and staff safety.

    “We’re still on hold. The security guys got back from Bangladesh today so they’re obviously speaking to the board as we speak. Hopefully we come to some sort of answer in the next 24 hours or so.”

  41. Goal of the month music



    Life of Riley by The Lightning Seeds?  Down With The Trumpets by Rizzle Kicks? Ever wish you could choose the music for Goal of the month?

    Well now you can - Match of the Day 2 and BBC Radio 1’s Greg James are teaming up to give audiences the chance to choose September’s Goal of the Month soundtrack.   

    From 18:00 BST, Greg will feature three tracks on Radio 1, inviting the audience to choose their favourite via an online vote hosted by Radio 1.

    The winning track will be announced on Greg’s show at 18:00 BST on Thursday 1st October and feature in September’s Goal of the Month feature on Match of the Day 2 on Sunday 4th October at 22:30 BST.

  42. Get Involved - My Manuel moment


    Manchester City are in Germany tonight to face Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League, but there was a panic for manager Manuel Pellegrini yesterday as he packed the wrong passport

    So have you ever forgot your passport when off abroad to a Champions League game of forgot your ticket on your way to Wembley? Ever had a last minute dash for a flight?

    What's your Manuel moment?

    Get involed using #mymanuelmoment or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

    Manuel Pellegrini
  43. Yarnold swaps skeleton for the saddle

    Winter sports

    Remember when Olympic skeleton champion Lizzie Yarnold said she was taking a year off?

    The Briton said she was taking 12 months away from the sport as she was feeling 'burnt out', following winning Olympic, World, European and overall World Cup golds in the last two years.

    Well she's enjoying life away from the skeleton, but it seems she can't stay away from speed, after tweeting from the London Velodrome....

  44. Get Involved - Blunders


    We're asking for your sporting blunders, after David Ospina's mistake for Arsenal last night, but he wasn't the only one to have a shocker.

    See if you can spot why the referee gave a penalty in this AFC Champions League match between Al Ahli and Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia.

    Then get involved using #mysportingblunder on Twitter or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  45. Fifa Uefa friendly called off


    Sepp Blatter Michael Platini

    Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini will avoid coming face-to-face on Friday amid the football corruption scandal, after a Uefa-Fifa match was called off.

    The Fifa president, would usually travel to Platini's Uefa headquarters in Nyon for the friendly, but Fifa told the Associated Press "in a joint decision it was agreed to postpone the Uefa-Fifa challenge 2015, which had been scheduled for Friday, 2 October, until further notice.'' 

    The game would have come a week after a criminal investigation was opened into Blatter in part over a payment in 2011 to Platini.

  46. Northeast named Kent skipper


    Sam Northeast

    Kent have confirmed batsman Sam Northeast as their new club captain, succeeding former England player Rob Key.

    The 25-year-old filled in as skipper for much of the 2015 season while Key was out of the team.

    "Rob and I have got a lot of similar ways in which we view the game. This winter is where I can put my own print on it," he told BBC Radio Kent.

  47. Doing fine

    Horce racing

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC Sport horse racing correspondent

    Jump jockey Aidan Coleman says he's "absolutely fine" but off to the dentist for treatment to two chipped teeth after being punched when two people burst into the riders' changing room at Southwell yesterday. 

    The Professional Jockeys Association has described the incident, following which four arrests were made by Nottinghamshire police, as deeply concerning but it's welcomed the news that racecourse officials have agreed to review and enhance security arrangements. 

  48. Fuller signs for Middlesex



    Well, that didn't take long!

    Middlesexhave just announced theyhave signedfast bowlerJames Fullerafter he left Gloucestershire this afternoon.

    “I’m really looking forward to playing here at Lord’s with Middlesex," Fuller, 25, said.

    "Having won the final here recently with Gloucestershire I’ve got great memories of the place already and as the Home of Cricket I can’t think of anywhere better to be playing my cricket.”

  49. Wonderful for Konta, not so great for men


  50. Celtic news conference

    Celtic v Fenerbahce (Thurs, 20:05 BST)

    And some team news from Ronny before he departs...

    And that is that. Over and out from Celtic Park.

  51. Celtic news conference

    Celtic v Fenerbahce (Thurs, 20:05 BST)

  52. Celtic news conference

    Celtic v Fenerbahce (Thurs, 20:05 BST)

  53. Celtic news conference

    Celtic v Fenerbahce (Thurs, 20:05 BST)

    ...And as luck would have it, their manager Ronny Deila has just begun speaking to the press. Here's the pick of what he's been saying.

  54. Fixture list


    It's not all about Champions League this week.

    The Europa League continues on Thursday, with Celtic one of those British clubs in action...

  55. 'Indecent act'



    The Tanzania Football Federation has banned international defender Juma Said for two years for engaging in an 'act of indecency.'

    The Mbeya City captain was found guilty of poking a finger against the backside of Azam's John Bocco, when the two sides met on 27 September.

    Said, 31, was fined US$930 and summoned by his team for a disciplinary hearing.

    The club has promised to release the results of its investigation before the end of the week.

  56. Get Involved - blunders


    Finn Thompson Come to Bloomfield Road and you'll see some blunders...

    Come on, Finn, give 'em a break - they actually won a game last night!

  57. Critics will spur England on

    Rugby Union


    England will use criticism from former captain Will Carling to create unity before their crucial World Cup match against Australia, says another ex-skipper Martin Corry.

    Carling said England lacked leadership and the players were treated "like schoolboys", prompting scrum-half Richard Wigglesworth to hit back. 

    England may struggle to reach the last eight if they fail to beat Australia.

    "They sound really angry and that's the reaction you want," said Corry.

  58. 'Which filling would you like?'



    Former Southampton striker Brett Ormerod, who played for Southampton in the 2004 FA Cup Final, is set to open a sandwich shop in Blackburn.

    The frontman, 38, who also played for Blackpool and Leeds during a lengthy career, wants - according to The Times - to open a Subway shop wit his wife Lisa and has applied for a franchise.

    "People assume all footballers are millionaires, but I'm not," he said. "I don't think Lisa will let me make the sandwiches but I'll do the sweeping up. I've not got an ego; you're not allowed one in my family."

  59. Get Involved - Blunders


    From our BBC Sport Facebook page...

    Simon Hawley Me last night - header back from my own player after a corner, fumbled it completely and it went in

    Kieran D. Shack Smith I was playing a Sunday league game when I over hit a backpass from the halfway line and the keeper couldn't control it and went straight into our net....we won 11-1 in the end

    Liam Priest I was once playing in the finals of a school tournament...I was in goal on a boggy pitch and we were dominating so much that the ball barely came into our half. I just stood in one spot basically for the 2nd half and when a hoof was played by them I found it bobble past me into the goal as I had become stuck in the mud.

  60. Vesely strolls through


    Sixth-seeded Jiri Vesely advanced to the quarter-finals of the Shenzhen Open by beating Zhizhen Zhang of China 6-2 6-3.

    The Czech player conceded only 10 points on his serve.

    Vesely will next face top-seeded Tomas Berdych, who defeated Austin Krajicek of the United States 7-5, 6-3. 

  61. Where is the love?


    Steve Claridge

    Steve Claridge wants to feel more loved. Listen to him complaining about his lack of promotion on BBC Radio 5 live here. Trust us, it's good.

  62. Bayern and the beer


  63. Bayern and the beer


    Bayern Munich won 5-0 in the Champions League last night - hammering Dinamo Zagreb, so it's no wonder they have been allowed to enjoy themselves today.

    And enjoy themselves they are, manager Pep Guardiola and his players at the Munich Beer festival where by the looks of the club's Twitter feed, they are enjoying themselves.

  64. Bowler Fuller leaves Gloucestershire


    Gloucestershire fast bowler James Fuller has left the county after turning down a new deal. 

    Fuller, 25, has played for the club since 2010 but has decided not to accept the contract offered.

    He was a key part of Gloucestershire's winning One-Day Cup campaign in 2015, taking 15 wickets including 2-34 in the final where he dismissed Surrey duo Jason Roy and Steven Davies.

    Fuller, who was born in Cape Town, South Africa, but holds a British passport, has taken 101 first-class wickets at an average of 33.90 with best figures of 6-24.

    James Fuller
  65. Konta beats Halep

    6-3 3-6 7-5


    The full story of Johanna Konta's win is now on the BBC Sport website. You'll find it here.

  66. Konta beats Halep

    6-3 3-6 7-5

  67. Konta beats Halep

    6-3 3-6 7-5

  68. Get Involved - Blunders


    Some posts on our BBC Sport Facebook page.

    Tom Shunkey Esteves When I was at school, playing in goal for the team against another school, about 5 mins in, someone booted the ball in the air towards my end. It should have been an easy catch, but I let it bounce, which was a mistake. It bounced awkwardly and almost went over my head. I started frantically running backwards. The ball bounced a second time and hit the bar. For about half a second I felt relieved, but one of their players had chased the ball down the field and when the ball came back out he was just waiting to score an easy header.

    Chris Machin It was last year with Ospina again, when we played Swansea and we were dominating all game until 5 minutes from time a cross come into our box and it gets headed at Ospina who fumbled it in..

  69. F1 star hasn't got driving licence

    Formula 1

    Toro Rosso driver Max Verstappen is celebrating his 18th brithday today, and says he's now looking forward to getting his driving licence!

    The Dutch teenager was the first 17-year-old to race in Formula 1, but until now hasn't able to drive a road car in his home country of Belgium.

    He passed his theory test before the season started, and now has to do mandator lessons with an instructor in Belgium, and joked he might not pass first time.

    "You never know. If I go too fast or you don't use the indicators..."

  70. Konta beats Halep

    6-3 3-6 7-5

  71. Get Involved

    Why are English clubs struggling in Europe? BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty has been exploring the issue. Here are some of your comments from his blog.  

    Canaryboi: The Premier League has good players but too many, although technically gifted, are tactically naive or do not have the confidence of their managers to 'play the game' according to circumstances. Also, despi