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  1. Jose Mourinho - I am where I want to be
  2. Euro 2016: Wales have a team full of good people - Coleman
  3. William Fox-Pitt picked for Team GB equestrian team
  4. Latest transfer news: Tomkins joins Palace for £10m
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By Kris Holland

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  1. Until next time...

    Phew, now that was a busy one!

    Since 08:00 BST we've learnt...

    On Wednesday, it's all about Wales as we build towards the small matter of their Euro 2016 semi-final with Portugal at 20:00 BST.

    Hope you can join me then. Together Stronger and all that...

  2. England women beat Pakistan



    England's women have won their three match Twenty20 series with Pakistan.

    They beat the tourists by 35 runs in the second T20 international at Southampton.

  3. Question of Sport answer


    At lunchtime, we asked if you could name which four men that played against Sri Lanka at the ICC World Twenty20 in March are not in the England T20 squad tonight...

    The names we were looking for were: Moeen Ali, Alex Hales, Joe Root and Ben Stokes.

    Congratulations if you got all four!

  4. Ramsey the best?


    We've been asking you to vote for your favourite Wales players of Euro 2016. 

    The results are in and I can reveal Aaron Ramsey has come out on top with 47%, 27% more than his nearest rival Joe Allen.

    In third was Gareth Bale with £14% then Ashley Williams with 11% and Hal Robson-Kanu with 5%. 

  5. Photo finish win for Kittel

    Tour de France

    Marcel Kittel won stage four of the Tour de France in Limoges in another photo finish. A day after pictures were needed to separate Mark Cavendish from Andre Greipel in Angers, Etixx-QuickStep's Kittel took it by the finest of margins from Bryan Coquard of Direct Energie. 

    Peter Sagan crossed the line in third to retain the yellow jersey while Cavendish, winner of two of the first three stages, came home in eighth.

    Click here for all of the reaction.

  6. Williams v Williams?

    Wimbledon 2016


    Will it be an all-Williams final at Wimbledon?

    Five-time champion Venus has reached the semi-finals for the first time since 2009 with victory over Yaroslava Shvedova.

    Eighth seed Williams - the oldest Grand Slam semi-finalist for 22 years at 36 - beat the world number 96 from Kazakhstan 7-6 (7-5) 6-3.

    The American will next face German fourth seed Angelique Kerber, who beat Romania's Simona Halep 7-5 7-6 (7-2).

    Venus' sister Serena is also through to the last four after beating Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-4 6-4 to remain on course for the final.

    Click here for all the latest from Wimbledon.

  7. Valcke's ban reduced


    Jerome Valcke

    Fifa's former secretary-general Jerome Valcke has had his ban from all football-related activity cut from 12 to 10 years on appeal.

    Valcke, 55, was fired in January over allegations of misconduct over World Cup tickets sales and TV deals.

    The appeals panel ruled that "mitigating factors had not been fully assessed" by the original hearing in regard to the sale of Caribbean TV rights to Fifa events.

  8. Coleman on form

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales in Lyon

    Chris Coleman has impressed with his oratory skills at Euro 2016, capturing the mood of Wales' campaign with moving rhetoric.

    He was on typically fine form again today, discussing Wednesday's historic semi-final against Portugal and how this momentous fixture will not be the end of the road for this Wales side - regardless of the result.

    Coleman also showed his playful side. Asked if Italy's 3-5-2 formation was the inspiration for Wales' system which uses wing-backs, the 46-year-old winked and said: "Damn it, they've worked us out!"

    Nerves would be expected on the eve of Wales' first semi-final at a major tournament - but Coleman is showing none.

  9. Would Coleman manage Belgium?

    Portugal v Wales (Weds, 20:00 BST)


    After his team beat Belgium 3-1 in Euro 2016 and a day before they play Portugal in the semi-final of Euro 2016, Wales manager Chris Coleman is asked whether he would consider taking over as Belgium manager after the tournament.

    Click here to listen to his reply.

  10. Pakistan in England


    It's the third and final day of Pakistan's tour match with Somerset at Taunton - and it looks to be heading for a draw.

    Play has just resumed after tea, and the hosts are 167-2, trailing Pakistan by 300 runs.

    Marcus Trescothick is 101 not out for Somerset.

    Marcus Trescothick
  11. BreakingKittel wins fourth stage


    Marcel Kittel wins fourth stage of the Tour de France.

  12. One month until Rio

    Olympic Games

    There is just one month to go before the 2016 Summer Olympic Games begin in Rio de Janeiro...

    And as the clock ticks down, BBC Sport has been taking a look at the latest news from Olympic sport.

    Rio de Janeiro
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    Wedding or Euro 2016 semi-final? When have you faced a major dilemma between sport and a life event - and what did you choose? Tweet #bbcsportsday.

    Maureen J Whitaker: Wedding can be re-arranged, semi not that easy.

    Logan: Chose football manager over the entirety of my life.

    Ravi Kotecha: Parents should go to wedding in Mexico because they'll be back in time to watch him in the final on 10 July.

  14. Leeds sign Sporting Lisbon's Sacko


    Leeds United have signed Sporting Lisbon forward Hadi Sacko on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent deal.

    Sacko, 22, joined Sporting from French top-flight side Bordeaux in 2014, but has so far been limited to playing for the Portuguese club's B team.

    Hadi Sacko
  15. Pre-season continues...


    Theo Walcott wasn't involved in England's Euro 2016 campaign, but he's among those to have reported back in training for Arsenal ahead of the new Premier League season

  16. Interested in Belgium job?

    Portugal v Wales (Weds, 20:00 BST)

  17. Wales news conference

    That's it. Chris Coleman is off to train with his Wales team one last time before Wednesday's Euro 2016 semi-final against Portugal. 

  18. 'Big fan of Italian system'

    Portugal v Wales (Weds, 20:00 BST)

    Final question to Chris Coleman is about close comparison between Wales and Italy: "I think we admire Italy, what they do. Fabio Capello once said, you defend with eleven, and attack with eleven. Italy play one sitting midfield, two pushing. We don't play with two strikers. Our midfield is a bit different. I'm a big fan of the Italian system."

  19. Team spirit couldn't be better

    Portugal v Wales (Weds, 20:00 BST)

    Assistant Wales manager Osian Roberts on team spirit: "It's a fantastic group of players in the dressing room. The players have experienced a lot on and off the pitch and it's brought the squad closer together. The support has been tremendous but you've got to praise Chris [Coleman] to give everyone the platform to prove where we are."

    Osian Roberts
  20. 'Team full of good people'

    Portugal v Wales (Weds, 20:00 BST)

    Chris Coleman on personal pride in his Wales team: "They are good players, there is a certain structure they need to work to. The formation we play, none of them have ever played it. It's not easy, but that's the way I thought we would get the best out of them. 

    "Hard working mentality is essential, like I said before, you can have all the talent, but without mentality it's useless.

    "It comes from people like Gareth Bale, who behaves like he does, that rubs off. Ashley Williams as well. It's a dressing room full of good people. They want to learn. Whatever my tactics are, it makes them easy to work with."