Champions League : Dortmund : 22.5.13
Gotze in doubt for CL final
Mario Gotze faces a race against time to be fit to face his future club Bayern Munich in the final of the UEFA Champions League on Saturday. The Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder participated in training Tuesday but was forced to leave after an hour with apparent discomfort in his injured hamstring. Gotze, who has scored 19 goals this season, tore his hamstring during the second leg of the semi-final against Real Madrid.English Premier League : Stoke City : 22.5.13
Pulis departs Stoke after seven years
Manager Tony Pulis has left Stoke City by mutual consent, ending his seven-year tenure at the Premier League club. The 55-year-old was appointed for a second time in 2006, and two years later he guided the club to the top flight after a 23-year absence. They also reached the FA Cup final for the first time in 2011. However, Stoke finished 13th this term with 42 points, fewer than in any of their four previous seasons back in the English top flight.French Ligue 1 : Rennes : 22.5.13
Coach Montanier leaves Sociedad for Rennes
Philippe Montanier has been confirmed as the manager of Rennes for next season on the same day his departure from Real Sociedad was announced. The Frenchman, 48, is looking to guide Sociedad to a UEFA Champions League qualifying spot in Spain for the first time since 2003, with the club currently fourth in the standings, level on points with Valencia, with two games remaining. Rennes, meanwhile, are in 11th place with one match remaining. Coach Frederic Antontetti had already announced his intention to leave the French club at the end of the season.transfersGerman Bundesliga : Hertha : 22.5.13
Hosogai joins Hertha Berlin
Hertha Berlin have continued their preparations for life in the Bundesliga with the signing of Japan international Hajime Hosogai from Bayer Leverkusen. The second-division champions, who will make a return to the Bundesliga after one season out, have signed the 26-year-old midfielder on a four-year contract. Meanwhile, Hertha have extended coach Jos Luhukay's contract through to 2016.Dutch First Division : Ajax : 22.5.13
De Boer signs new Ajax deal
Frank de Boer has ended speculation about his future by signing a new four-year contract with Dutch champions Ajax. The 43-year-old had been linked with the vacant manager's job at Manchester City, which seems certain to go to Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini, and is viewed as one of the most promising young coaches in Europe. De Boer moved up from being head of the Ajax Academy in 2010 to manage the first team, and has won the Dutch title in each of the three seasons he has been in charge.Spanish Primera Liga : Real Madrid : 21.5.13
Real Madrid confirm Mourinho exit
Real Madrid have announced that head coach Jose Mourinho will leave the club at the end of the season after three years in charge of the Spanish giants. The 50-year-old won the league and Copa del Rey at Madrid, but he has ended his final season in Spain without a trophy. Mourinho is widely expected to be confirmed as interim manager Rafael Benitez's replacement at Chelsea. He led Chelsea to five major domestic trophies, including back-to-back Premier League titles, in three seasons in charge of the Blues before leaving in 2007.Portuguese Super Liga : Sporting : 21.5.13
Sporting appoint Jardim as coach
Sporting have appointed Leonardo Jardim as their sixth coach in just over two years, replacing Jesualdo Ferreira who was relieved of his position. Jardim, the former Beira-Mar and Braga boss, has been out of work since parting company with Greek club Olympiacos in January. The 38-year-old has signed a two-year deal. Ferreira joined Sporting in an administrative position prior to the start of this season, but he took over as manager for Franky Vercauteren in January after a poor run of results.French Ligue 1 : Paris SG. : 20.5.13
Ancelotti confirms wish to leave PSG
Carlo Ancelotti informed Paris Saint-Germain officials on Sunday that he wants to leave at the end of the season after leading the club to their first French league title in 19 years. Ancelotti, 53, has been strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent weeks, with the Italian tipped to replace current coach Jose Mourinho.
The French champions rejected a bid from Real for their manager last week with PSG's Qatari president Nasser al-Khelaifi said: "It is not possible because he has a contract for one year more, so that is our decision." Mourinho is still the Real Madrid manager but has been linked with a return to Chelsea this summer.Italian Serie A : 20.5.13
Milan late-show saves CL berth
Milan secured third spot in Serie A after coming from behind to win 2-1 at Siena in the final round of the season. Phillipe Mexes scored a late winner for Milan which saved the Italian giants' chances of appearing in next season's UFA Champions League. Fiorentina crushed Pescara 5-1 but remained in fourth spot and will play in the UEFA Europa League next season. Udinese also confirmed a place in next season's UEFA Europa League with a 5-2 victory at Inter.Portuguese Super Liga : Porto : 20.5.13
Porto claim Portuguese title
Porto clinched their third straight Portuguese league title on the final day of the season after winning 2-0 at Pacos Ferreira. Benfica, who lost to Chelsea in the UEFA Europa League final last Wednesday, entered the round still in contention and beat Moreirense 3-1 but had to settle for second place following Porto's victory.
Porto, Benfica, and third-place Pacos Ferreira earned Champions League berths. Braga finished fifth and Estoril sixth to qualify for the UEFA Europa League along with Sporting Lisbon. Moreirense and Beira Mar were relegated. They will be replaced by Belenenses and Arouca next season after they won promotion from the second division
NBA : Charlotte Bobcats : 22.5.13
Jordan to change Bobcats to Hornets
Bobcats owner Michael Jordan said he's changing his team's name to the Charlotte Hornets beginning in 2014/15. Jordan said he submitted an application to the NBA board of governors informing them of his decision and is optimistic the board will approve the name change when they convene in July. Charlotte will remain the Bobcats next season, but if all goes as planned Jordan anticipates his team will become the Hornets the following season.injuriesMLB : Washington Nationals : 22.5.13
Nats lose Mattheus, Giants Vogelsong breaks hand
The Washington Nationals will be without reliever Ryan Mattheus after learning that the right-hander broke his pitching hand punching a locker in frustration following his rocky outing Sunday. The news came on the same night that the Giants lost starter Ryan Vogelsong to a fractured right hand. Vogelsong is scheduled for surgery and expected to miss four to six weeks.injuriesMLB : Philadelphia Phillies : 21.5.13
Carlos Ruiz sidelined, Howard day to day
Philadelphia Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring and first baseman Ryan Howard is day to day with a sore left knee. Ruiz has a Grade 2 hamstring strain. He has played in 16 games and is hitting .235 with two RBIs. Howard has had symptoms for the past couple of weeks and is hitting .179 in 16 games this month.WNBA : Indiana Fever : 22.5.13
Erin Phillips out with knee injury
The defending WNBA champion Indiana Fever have lost guard Erin Phillips for four to six weeks with a torn meniscus in her right knee. The guard started nine of Indiana's 10 postseason games including each game in the Finals, averaging 10.1 points in the playoffs. The Fever had already announced guard Jeanette Pohlen won't be ready for Friday's season opener at San Antonio. Pohlen is still recovering from a torn ACL. Center Jessica Davenport has a stress fracture in her left leg and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.
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