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Summary

  1. Roy Hodgson names provisional 26-man England squad
  2. Man Utd's Marcus Rashford, 18, included in Euro 2016 group
  3. Theo Walcott and Jermain Defoe miss out
  4. Build-up to Leicester City title parade (18:00 BST)

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By Shamoon Hafez

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  1. Southampton must show ambition

    Football

    Ronald Koeman

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has urged the club's board to prove its ambition as he prepares for talks about a new contract this week.

    The Dutchman, 53, guided Southampton to their highest Premier League points total of 63 thanks to the 4-1 victory over Crystal Palace on Sunday.

    Koeman's contract at St Mary's runs until the summer of 2017.

    "It's one thing speaking about ambition and the second is to show it," Koemantold BBC Radio Solent.

    Read the full piece

  2. Hull in takeover talks

    Football

    Hull

    Talks have begun about a possible takeover of Championship side Hull City, reports BBC Radio Humberside.

    The club have been up for sale since 2014, after the Football Association turned down owner Assem Allam's request to a change of name to Hull Tigers.

    As offer is now understood to have been made and talks held over the weekend have been described as "constructive".

    Hull face Derby in the second leg of their play-off semi-final on Tuesday, having won the first game 3-0.

    Read the full piece

  3. On this day

    Football

    2013: Former England captain David Beckham announced that he would retire from football at the end of the 2012-2013 season after winning the French league title with Paris St Germain.

    David Beckham in action for PSG
  4. More photos? Come on man

    Tennis

    New Italian Open champion Andy Murray does not look impressed...

  5. Rooney's number one days are gone

    Football

    Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy

    Former England striker England Alan Shearer: “There was always going to be a place for his captain and rightly so," Shearer told BBC Sport.

    "The days of Wayne being the number one striker are gone. I think Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy deserve to have their chance up front but I still think Wayne has a part to play whether that is in midfield or the number 10 role.

    “He has still got a lot to offer.”

  6. Crowds gather for Leicester parade

    Football

    A Leicester City fan shows support for his side ahead of the open top bus parade through Leicester City Centre

    Thousands of people are gathering to watch Leicester City parade on an open-top bus in celebration of their Premier League title win.

    Follow the coverage here

    Crowds celebrate Leicester City FC

    LCFC trophy lift moment

    More than 240,000 people line the streets to watch Leicester City parade on open-top buses in celebration of their Premier League title win.

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  7. Valuable lessons learned - Woodward

    Football

    Ed Woodward

    Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has released a statement following the club's abandoned Premier League fixture against Bournemouth on Sunday.

    “The safety of the fans is our number one aim at every event we host at Old Trafford," he said. "Overall, I'm proud of how our staff responded.

    “We are conducting a detailed evaluation with the help of the police and will share our findings across the rest of the game. 

    "Valuable lessons will have been learned from yesterday’s events and it is important that those are shared with other stadium operators to ensure that the safety of the public remains the first duty of us all.”

  8. Ford developed attacking style

    Rugby Union

    Mike Ford

    More on the news that Bath head coach Mike Ford will leave the club at the end of the season.

    Ford joined the club in 2012 as a first-team coach and has been head coach for the last three seasons.

    “Over the four years Mike has been with the club, both he and the team under his guidance have achieved a huge amount," said managing director Tarquin McDonald.

    "He has developed an exciting, attacking style of rugby, helped to develop exciting talent and in 2014-15 he brought the team to the final against Saracens at Twickenham."

    "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mike for all his hard work, passion and commitment to the club and wish him all the best for the future."

  9. BreakingFord leaves Bath

    Rugby Union

    Bath announce head coach Mike Ford will leave the Premiership club at the end of the season.

  10. Pundits picks

    #MyEnglandXI

    England manager Roy Hodgson's 26-man provisional squad for Euro 2016 has prompted plenty of debate and you can pick your preferred starting XI using our squad selector. Some top football pundits have been getting involved too...

    Chris Waddle, BBC pundit & former England, Newcastle and Tottenham winger

    Hart

    Walker, Cahill, Smalling, Rose

    Dier, Milner

    Sterling, Alli, Rooney

    Kane

    Waddle says: "I would play Kyle Walker at right-back but Roy will probably play Nathaniel Clyne. In the middle it will be Chris Smalling and Gary Cahill, he has got to go with them two and, on form, Danny Rose at left-back."

    Chris Waddle's England starting XI
  11. Four coaches nominated for Director of Rugby award

    Rugby Union

    Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall

    Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall could win his third Premiership Director of Rugby of the Season award, after being nominated once again.

    McCall guided Saracens, who ended the season top of the league, to victory in the European Champions Cup on Saturday.

    The 48-year-old Irishman won the title in 2013 and 2014.

    He is up against Exeter boss Rob Baxter - who led the Chiefs to the play-offs for the first time - Sale's Steve Diamond and Wasps' Dai Young.

  12. The man who scored Liverpool's first goal in Europe

    Football

    Lauren Jenkins

    BBC Sport Wales

    Gordon Wallace

    When Liverpool take on Sevilla in Wednesday's Europa League final Gordon Wallace will be watching on television in the Shankly Hotel in the city.

    Wallace's name might not have the same cache as Keegan, Dalglish or Rush but his place in Liverpool history is unassailable - he scored the club's first European goal.

    Read the full piece here

  13. Leicester's title parade

    Football

    Claudio Ranieri

    He's gone down in Foxes folklore.

    A supporter in a Claudio Ranieri mask is kitted out in a Leicester City shirt and holding a clapper as they wait for the team to begin their Premier League trophy parade.

    Follow live coverage as they bus makes it way around the city here

  14. On this day

    Football

    2012: Kenny Dalglish was sacked as Liverpool manager just three months after winning the League Cup.

    Kenny Dalglish
  15. Pundits picks

    #MyEnglandXI

    England manager Roy Hodgson's 26-man provisional squad for Euro 2016 has prompted plenty of debate and you can pick your preferred starting XI using our squad selector. Some top football pundits have been getting involved too...

    Daniel Taylor, The Guardian/Observer chief football writer

    Hart

    Walker, Smalling, Cahill, Rose

    Drinkwater, Dier, Barkley

    Alli

    Kane, Vardy

    Daniel Taylor's England starting XI
  16. Security firm named after device left at Old Trafford

    Football

    Old Trafford

    A private security firm that staged a training exercise which caused a Premier League match at Old Trafford to be postponed has been named.

    Security Search Management & Solutions Ltd (SSMS) was hired by Deacons Canines to test its sniffer dogs using fake bombs, the BBC understands.

    A device was left behind, leading to the postponement of Manchester United's match against Bournemouth.

    SSMS said it was waiting for the club to get in touch before making comment.

    Read the full piece

  17. Foxes fairytale, stumbling giants and manager mayhem

    Football

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Leicester

    Leicester City's run to the title captured the world's sporting imagination - but there was plenty going on underneath that main headline to make this the Premier League's most unpredictable season.

    So as the dust settles on another Premier League season, how will this turbulent, exciting campaign be remembered?

    Read the season review here

  18. Champions Leicester set for parade

    Football

    Claudio Ranieri

    Thousands of people are expected to watch Leicester City parade on an open-top bus on Monday in celebration of their Premier League title win.

    The victory parade is due to start at Jubilee Square, in the city centre, at about 18:00 BST, before the team take the stage later at Victoria Park.

    The Foxes were presented with the trophy after their final home game of the season against Everton on 7 May.

    The champions were 5,000-1 to win the title at the start of the season.