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By Jamie Lillywhite and Mike Henson

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  1. Vidic to wait before deciding future


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Nemanja Vidic playing for Inter

    There have been reports about former Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic making a possible Premier League return and I have spoken to a colleague of his agent Silvano Martina.

    His guidance was that Vidic, 34, is in Belgrade with his family having a short break and that he will not decide what he is going to do until after the transfer window has closed.

    After leaving Inter Milan he is a free agent and can sign at any time.

    There have been suggestions about him moving to the MLS in America but he has not decided anything on that either.    

  2. Murray on course, on and off court


    Andy Murray during his victory over Sam Groth

    We told you much earlier about Andy Murray's impressive win over big-serving Aussie Sam Groth at the Australian Open.

    You can listen to the Scot's thoughts - not just on that match - but on his attempts to learn more about fatherhood for the impending birth of his first child.  

  3. Farah gets set for Wales run


    Mo Farah is expected to compete in the World Half Marathon Championships in Cardiff as he prepares to defend his Olympic titles in Rio this summer.

    The 32-year-old, who won gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m at London 2012, has made himself available for the British team for the race on 26 March.

    Mo Farah
  4. Oldham name Shirtliff as assistant


    New Oldham Athletic boss John Sheridan has appointed former team-mate Peter Shirtliff as his assistant manager.

    Shirtliff, 54, who played alongside Sheridan at Sheffield Wednesday more than two decades ago, has previously managed Mansfield Town and had a caretaker stint in charge at Bury after joining the Shakers as a number two.

  5. Vidic return to Premier League?

    Football gossip

    The Sun are reporting that Inter Milan and former Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic is in talks to join Premier League strugglers Aston Villa.

    The 34-year-old is a free agent after leaving Inter Milan.

    Nemanja Vidic playing for Inter Milan against Juventus
  6. Preston in talks over keeper Johnstone


    BBC Lancashire Sport

    Preston boss Simon Grayson: "We're in dialogue with Manchester United over [on-loan goalkeeper] @samjohnstone50."

  7. Posh sign Norwich defender Toffolo


    Peterborough United have signed left-back Harry Toffolo on loan from Norwich City for the rest of the season. 

    The 20-year-old, who has made one first-team appearance for the Canaries, played seven times on loan at Rotherham earlier this term.

  8. Get Involved - Bionic manager


    Brian Clough

    If you were building a bionic manager, which attributes would you take from which boss?

    Paul Fairley: Brian Clough's wit, Clough's management style, come to think just Brian Clough.  

  9. Sunderland news conference

    Sunderland v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    A fixture shift to report from Sunderland's conference today. And it is a biggie.

    The Black Cats trip to Newcastle has been shifted to a 13:30 GMT kick-off on Sunday 20 March.

    Amend those diaries now. That is all from Big Sam.

  10. Get Involved - Bionic manager


    If you were building a bionic manager, which attributes would you take from which boss?

    Daryl: Sir Alex Ferguson in any young manager's body, simply so he could do it all again.

    Sir Alex Ferguson
  11. Stoke news conference

    Leicester v Stoke (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Michael Keane

    Mark Hughes with some thoughts on possible activity during this month's transfer window.

    "Sometimes in January it is better to keep your powder dry. There are opportunities if everything falls into place though.  

    "If something happens that is fantastic, but if not then we will wait until the summer. The talk on [Burnley defender] Michael Keane isn't true." 

  12. Sunderland news conference

    Sunderland v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce wants to bring in another two outfield players by the end of the transfer window, as well as a third-choice goalkeeper to provide back-up to Vito Mannone and Jordan Pickford.

    Striker Dame N'Doye and defender Jan Kirchoff have already been brought in to strengthen the squad.

    "We've already got two in and we are obviously pushing for two more outfield players if we can," said Allardyce

  13. Stoke news conference

    Leicester v Stoke (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Leicester celebrate

    Stoke boss Mark Hughes says second-placed Leicester, who trail leaders Arsenal only on goal difference, "have probably surprised themselves this season. In fairness, it is a continuation of what they did last season.

    "They have had the benefit of having two guys up top, Vardy and Mahrez, who are scoring the goals to keep them up towards the top.

    "Ranieri has been a top manager for a long time across Europe. He has a group of players who are talented and hasn't changed too much." 

  14. Sunderland news conference

    Sunderland v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Lamine Kone

    Now we can finally hear from Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce. He says that the club are not to blame for the collapse of a proposed move for Lorient centre-back Lamine Kone.

    The Black Cats have twice tried to complete deals for the 26-year-old Ivory Coast international this month, but have not managed to get the transfer sealed.

    "I thought we'd struck a deal but it changed. You could perhaps blame us first time, but not second time," said Allardyce.

  15. Stoke news conference

    Leicester v Stoke (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Stoke are in seventh place, six points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, and boss Mark Hughes says: "Five of the next six matches are away from home so this is a big period for us. 

    "It will be challenging but we are looking forward to it.

    "We are enjoying what we are producing at the moment. We are in decent shape and are collecting a good amount of points."  

  16. Stoke City news conference

    Leicester City v Stoke City (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Stoke City

    Mark Hughes is up next. As you can see, excitement is building...

  17. Foster to stay with Essex


    James Foster

    Former England wicketkeeper James Foster has signed a new two-year contract with Essex.

    The 35-year-old has spent his entire professional career with Essex, making his first-class debut in 2000, and has scored over 12,000 first-class runs at an average of 37.08, in addition to 785 dismissals with the gloves.

  18. Southampton news conference

    Manchester United v Southampton, (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman is hopeful his side can atone for a 3-2 home defeat against Manchester United in September when the teams meet for the return fixture this weekend. 

    Saints are 10th in the Premier League, seven points behind fifth-placed United.

    "In two games that we lost to them we were the better team and we had the better chances but in both home games there were big mistakes in playing the ball back to the goalkeeper but we can beat Man Utd. 

    "We have to reach a high level and you never know if that happens against them."

  19. Question time

    Rugby Union

    A Question of Sport Teaser

    Earlier we asked you to name the three players other than Brian O'Driscoll to have scored more than 20 tries for Ireland.

    The answers are: Tommy Bowe, Denis Hickie and Shane Horgan. 

    Tune in again on Friday for another of these. 

  20. World Indoor Bowls Championships


    Darren Burnett and Greg Harlow are about to take centre stage at Potters Bar.

    Watch all the action here