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May, Gauld Named In Scotland Squad

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Youngsters Stevie May and Ryan Gauld have been drafted into the Scotland squad for the first time for the forthcoming European Championship qualifying double-header.

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Berahino Brace Helps Bury Burnley

Saido Berahino scored twice as West Brom cruised to a 4-0 home win over Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday.

Sheridan Forced To Call Time On Career

Former England prop Andrew Sheridan has been forced to retire from rugby because of a damaged neck.

Team Sky Sign Five New Riders

Team Sky have bolstered their climbing ranks by announcing Leopold König, Wout Poels and Irishman Nicolas Roche as three of five new signings.

Westwood: Playing Is My Priority

Lee Westwood hopes one day to captain Europe in the Ryder Cup but not until he has cemented his place as one of the event's all-time greats.

Sheridan Forced To Call Time On Career

Former England prop Andrew Sheridan has been forced to retire from rugby because of a damaged neck.

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Pardew's Job With Magpies Safe For Now

Sky sources understand that Alan Pardew's job as manager of Newcastle United remains safe for the time being.

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A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.

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Pressure Mounts For Newcastle Boss Pardew

Peter Crouch scored the winner as Stoke beat Newcastle 1-0 at the Britannia to pile more pressure on Magpies boss Alan Pardew.

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Hart Happy To Fight For Starting Place At City

Joe Hart says he will stay at Manchester City as long as he is wanted, despite his frustration at being dropped.

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Smith Demands Abraham Rematch

Paul Smith has demanded an immediate rematch with Arthur Abraham after Saturday's controversial points defeat in Germany.

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Clarke Wants To Be Ryder Cup Captain

Darren Clarke admits he would love to replace Paul McGinley as Europe's Ryder Cup captain. Clarke was a vice-captain two years ago at Medinah, where Europe memorably fought back from 10-6 down to win.

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