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Libby Dawes and Frank Keogh

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  1. Thanks for joining us...

    Sportsday is stepping aside now but we will be back at 08:00 BST tomorrow morning when we will have more build-up to the day's Euro 2016 matches. 

    Head on over to our live page now for coverage of Spain v Czech Republic which kicks off at 14:00 and is live on BBC Radio 5 live. 

    Loved seeing all your photos of you having fun in France. Stay out of trouble you lot! 

  2. 'No ticket, please don't travel' - Rooney

    Wayne Rooney, joining managing Roy Hodgson in an appeal to England supporters:

    "I'd like to thank the England fans for the great support at the stadium against Russia.

    "Now we have a big game coming up against Wales. I'd like to ask the fans - please if you don't have a ticket, don't travel.

    "And for fans with tickets, be safe, be sensible and continue with your great support for the players."

    Wayne Rooney appeal to England fans
  3. Hodgson appeals to fans to "stay out of trouble"


    England manager Roy Hodgson has pleaded with fans to stay out of trouble and continue to support the team on the field.  

    "As England manager I am obviously very concerned about the threat which is now hanging over us and the sanctions that could be imposed upon the England team. 

    "We worked very hard to get here and we really desperately want to stay in the competition.

    "I am appealing therefore to our fans - and we appreciate your support at the matches of course - but I am appealing to you to stay out of trouble and to try and make certain that these threats that are being issued are never carried out and we will be able to attempt to do the best we can to stay in this competition by football means".  

  4. Post update

  5. Riise retires


    Former Liverpool defender John Arne Riise has announced his retirement from football at the age of 36. 

    Riise spent seven years of his 20-year professional career at Anfield after arriving from Monaco to link up with Gerard Houllier. 

    Liverpool posted this on their Instagram account earlier...

  6. Rain ahead of Royal Ascot

    Sole Power ruled out of big meeting

    The five-day Royal Ascot meeting starts on Tuesday, but there have been several withdrawals due to the rain-softened ground.

    Dual winner Sole Power will miss the King's Stand Stakes on Saturday, while Time Test goes for the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown next month rather than the Prince of Wales's Stakes on Wednesday.

    You can check out today's racing results, going and non-runners here.

    Ascot weather
  7. Your player of the weekend

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    Don Smith Henry: For me it's Bartosz Kapustka. He has the skills & composure. He has what it takes to be a great player. I wish Wenger can sign him. 

    Dale Bradley: Player of the weekend? Easy! Zlatan. It's always Zlatan  

    Has Zlatan hacked Dale Bradley's Twitter account...?

  8. Appeal for witnesses


  9. GB name Rio Paralympic football squad


    A 14-strong squad has been announced to represent Great Britain in 7-a-side football at the Rio Paralympics.

    All but two players will be making their Games debut with ex-Everton Academy player Michael Barker and Scotland's Jonathan Paterson competing in their third Games.

    Among the newcomers are former Birmingham City FC player Jack Rutter, who will captain the team, and Sean Highdale, who previously played for Liverpool FC and also represented England at Under-16 level. Both joined the national set-up after acquired brain injuries.

    The squad also features former Tranmere Rovers forward Ollie Nugent, who currently plays for Chester FC.

  10. Your experiences from France

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    You lot are just showing off now...

    Keep it up.

  11. Just wow....


    Rain delays play at Lords...

  12. 'England will beat Wales' - Beckham

    Former England captain at Queen's

    Former England captain David Beckham believes Roy Hodgson's side will defeat Wales when they meet in their Euro 2016 group game on Thursday.

    "I think we’ll beat them but I don’t think it’s going to be easy because I think Chris Coleman has done such a great job with the lads and they’ve got such a great, strong team spirit,” Beckham told BBC Radio 5 live.

    He was speaking at Queen's tennis club in London ahead of its annual tournament, and watched his son Romeo, 13 - a promising tennis player - pick up a few tips from British number one Andy Murray.

    You can hear more from Beckham here.

    Andy Murray, Romeo Beckham and David Beckham
    Image caption: Andy Murray, Romeo Beckham and David Beckham
  13. Your player of the weekend

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    Lee: Payet was the outstanding player. He was the stand-out performer for France. He put the icing on the cake with a super goal.

    Nat: Has to be Toni Kroos. He dictated the play and was all around world class.  

    Vithu Ravi: It has to be Boateng, the clearance against Ukraine was a pure masterclass.

  14. Was Neuer Germany's not-so-secret weapon?


    After their 2-0 loss to Germany, Ukrainian fans seem think the match would have a totally different outcome, were it not for Manuel Neuer.

    This image of the German number 1 is currently circulating on Ukrainian social media....

    Manuel Neuer
  15. Fans charged after Euro 2016 violence

    Six Britons, one Austrian and three Frenchman are to be tried following violence in Marseilles, but 150 "well-trained" Russian hooligans escaped arrest.

    "There were 150 Russian supporters who in reality were hooligans," the city's chief prosecutor Brice Robin told a news conference.

    "These people were well prepared for ultra-rapid, ultra-violent action. These are extremely well-trained people." 

    Most of the 35 people who were injured in the fighting were English, including one who is in a "critical but stable condition".

    Fans react after tear gas was sprayed in Marseilles
    Image caption: Fans react after tear gas was sprayed in Marseilles
  16. Your player of the weekend

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    Carl Salmon: It's gotta be Luca Modric after dominating against Turkey with that clean volley

    Eren Kuzubasoglu: Ivan Perisic was a thorn in the side of Turkey all afternoon yesterday for Croatia. A fantastic display   

    Nathan Wharin: Has got to be Rooney, England fell apart after he came off.

  17. BreakingFans charged after Euro 2016 violence

    A 16-year-old Briton was among those arrested and charged with throwing bottles during violence in Marseilles, say French prosecutors.

  18. Ask Tuffers & Vaughan from 11:00 BST on Test Match Special


    Listen on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and put your questions to this pair... 

    Tuffers & Vaughan
  19. Is there a limit to this guy's confidence?...


    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has warned the Republic of Ireland that "the legend can still deliver" ahead of their Group E opener on later today.  

    "I feel I am getting better and better with every year that passes," he said.

    "I have been dominating wherever I go. I have no issue about that.

    "I am very confident. I go into the tournament with a strong season behind me and I am here in France, where I have been living for the last few years, to enjoy."