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This week Paolo Maldini invited Sportsmail’s Jamie Carragher to his Milan home for a rare interview. Dominic King listened in and made notes (and got his picture taken to show his mum).
DEREK LAWRENSON AT WENTWORTH: On Wednesday he was asked if he felt invincible. On Saturda Rory McIlroy will be invisible at the BMW PGA Championship after missing the cut.
Sam Allardyce has revealed that his future at West Ham will be determined on Monday. Here, Head of Sport Lee Clayton assesses whether the East London club should end his tenure.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been named the Barclays Manager of the Season, with his star man Eden Hazard scooping the player award
MARTIN SAMUEL AT LORD'S: Stuart Broad lasted just 23 minutes and 10 balls on a tranquil day at Lord's, and he will not have enjoyed his cameo after his frailty gave New Zealand an advantage.
PAUL NEWMAN AT LORD'S: The second day of the Test summer was as frustrating for England as the first was encouraging as New Zealand proved that they will be anything but an Ashes warm-up act.
Lucas Leiva has picked his #one2eleven of stars he has played alongside during his time with the Brazilian national team, Gremio and Liverpool. 
Trainer Mick Channon believes Malabar has a ‘live chance’ as she bids to give him a second success in Sunday's Tattersalls Irish 1,000 Guineas at the Curragh.
JEFF POWELL: Of the raft of contentious issues which invariably precede world championship fights, only one here has been anything but a laughing matter for the animated Londoner.
NASSER HUSSAIN: That was a clumsy kind of day for England. They created opportunities, but failed to take them. And it didn’t help that Alastair Cook still seems unsure how best to use Moeen Ali.
Jamie Vardy's good mood shows no signs of letting up as the 28-year-old winger was all smiles in Leicester City's training session at Belvoir Drive on Friday. He has recently made the England squad.
Frankie Dettori has reacted with delight after being confirmed as the Epsom jockey for Investec Derby favourite Golden Horn by owner Anthony Oppenheimer.
Watford have revealed their 2015-2016 home strip ahead of their return to the Premier League. There will no doubt be a buzz around the club next season as the Hornets prepare for the top flight.
Novak Djokovic insists he can handle the pressure of winning a first French Open title because he is playing the best tennis of his life. Success at Roland Garros has so far eluded the Serb.
PETE JENSON: Things will come full circle for Rafa Benitez if he begins talks to return to Real Madrid next week. Long before he was a banner on the Kop, he was a young coach at the Bernabeu.
Swansea manager Garry Monk insists Lukasz Fabianski is staying put after the Poland goalkeeper was linked to German giants Borussia Dortmund.
Steve Bruce has admitted the odds are against Hull staying in the Premier League, but is hoping that some final day drama can help his side avoid the drop.
Barcelona are planning to honour their long-serving playmaker Xavi Hernandez on Saturday, during and after their final La Liga game of the season against Deportivo la Coruña at the Nou Camp.
There has never been a more dominant Premier League champion than Chelsea - and here is the proof. The Blues have led the race pretty much from start to finish
LAWRENCE BOOTH - THE TOP SPIN: The partnership of 148 between Martin Guptill and Tom Latham was New Zealand’s third-highest for the first wicket in England.
BUMBLE AT THE TEST: New Zealand are showing why they are ranked third best Test team in the world. They have a decent attack, a solid opening pair and three good solid engines.
Jason Gillespie has held talks over England's vacancy - but insists he is just one of a number of contenders. Gillespie was labelled 'one of the candidates' by Andrew Strauss earlier this month.
Louis van Gaal is still optimistic of keeping star goalkeeper David de Gea at Manchester United despite reports that the Spaniard will be leaving this summer to link up with Real Madrid.
ADAM CRAFTON IN MADRID: Carlo Ancelotti is still to be told face-to-face whether he has a future at Real Madrid. The Italian coach is almost certain to leave the club at the end of the season.
DOMINIC KING: Brendan Rodgers is unequivocal that Liverpool's stance over Raheem Sterling will not alter as he reiterated his belief the forward will not leave during the next two years of his contract.
Olympic legend Allan Wells has hit back at claims he used drugs at the peak of his career in the 1980s. Wells, who won gold at the Moscow games, described the rumours as 'false and malicious'.
Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood has begun his preparations for a first transfer window as a manager by handing his wish list to owner Randy Lerner.
World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton and the rest of the Formula One grid took time out on their rest day to meet and greet their ardent fans before the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.
Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard will bow out of the Premier League this weekend after over 1000 appearances and almost 300 goals between them - but who would you rather have had at your club?
Mark Cavendish is focused on himself amid doubts over the condition of his sprint rival Marcel Kittel. Cavendish has more wins (14) this season than Kittel has completed race days (12) due to an illness.
MailOnline Sport have partnered with the five star Celtic Manor Resort to offer a chance to win tickets for the star studded 2015 Celebrity Cup.
Hull City and Newcastle United are battling to avoid joining Burnley and Queens Park Rangers in the Championship next season, with the Tigers needing to win and hope John Carver's men slip up.
All eyes were on Steven Gerrard as the Liverpool captain took part in one of his final training sessions at Melwood before his career at the Premier League club comes to an end.
LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane has warned his former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard to expect a tough finish to his illustrious career in the MLS as the reigning champions chase titles.
Ahead of the final weekend in the Barclays Premier League,Sportsmail brings you the latest squad news, odds and stats on every top flight fixture as it breaks.
On the surface, there may be a host of final day Premier League fixtures that look like dead rubbers, but there is still plenty to play for financially.
Manchester United legend Gary Neville believes Liverpool have slipped from greatness to being in danger of becoming a small club, as shown by their failure to keep Raheem Sterling. 
The 42-year-old left his wife of 14 years, Susan, last year and has since been seen out with former-Liverpool worker Charlotte Hind, 31.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has warned it will be difficult to improve on their current Barclays Premier League campaign. The Dutchman has enjoyed a fine first season at St Mary's.
PETE JENSON: Real Madrid’s players will miss Paul Clement next season. He has formed an integral part of their day-to-day existence over the last two seasons.
Head coach Chris Ramsey has ruled Rob Green out of Sunday's final match of the Premier League season at Leicester but hopes the goalkeeper has not already had his final appearance for the Hoops.
Heather Watson, Britain's only direct entry into Roland Garros, has been handed a kind first round draw to face wildcard Mathilde Johansson whilst world No 1 Serena Williams faces a qualifier.
John Carver has left his relegation-threatened players in little doubt that they are drinking in the last-chance saloon. The Magpies find themselves in severe danger of slipping into the Championship.
The funeral of rugby league player Danny Jones was attended by more than 1,000 people. The 29-year-old, who played for Keighley Cougars as well as Wales, died from a cardiac arrest.
Jose Mourinho has heaped praise on Chelsea legend Frank Lampard ahead of his final Premier League match on Sunday, and admits he hopes he will return to English football.
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew insists it would be a mistake for a bigger club to sign 'magic man' Yannick Bolasie this summer despite speculation linking him with a move away.
British No 1 Andy Murray opens his French Open quest against a qualifier when the second Grand Slam of the season starts on Sunday but faces a daunting draw in pursuit of his third Grand Slam title.
La Liga champions Barcelona face Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday in Xavi's last league game for the club and is set to be Thomas Vermaelen's long-awaited debut for the treble chasing side.
The Football League play-offs this Bank Holiday weekend will go ahead as planned despite an unexploded Second World War bomb being discovered near Wembley.
Amir Khan is looking ripped and focused as he prepares to return to New York for his welterweight fight with former world champion Chris Algieri on May 29.
Liverpool star Jordon Ibe and Manchester United striker James Wilson are among the 20 players picked by England under 20 coach Aidy Boothroyd for this month's Toulon Tournament
The Golden State Warriors strengthened their grip on their Western Conference final series against the Houston Rockets with a dramatic 99-98 victory in game two.
Sunderland head coach Dick Advocaat has revealed that the club have made him an offer to extend his stay with the Premier League club and he will give his answer next Thursday. 
It's Hot or Not time again as Ian Ladyman reveals what's been making him feel warm and what's been leaving him cold inside. Sunderland keeper Costel Pantilimon is hot but Olivier Giroud is not.
Cristiano Ronaldo could be on his way to Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain but wants to clarify his position at Real Madrid first, according to Spanish newspaper Marca. 
There will be real emotion in the Nou Camp on Saturday as Xavi waves goodbye to La Liga after the club’s most decorated captain declared himself Qatar-bound on Thursday.
Mauricio Pochettino insisted no decision has been taken on Emmanuel Adebayor’s future after confirming the striker had been allowed home to Togo on compassionate leave
Defender Simpson, 28, was found guilty of throttling the mother of his child, Stephanie Ward, at her home in Worsley, Greater Manchester, after a drunken row.
With only two Europa League spots guaranteed on the final day of the Premier League season, Sportsmail looks at the possible scenarios that can play out.
Chelsea wave goodbye to long-serving Czech keeper Petr Cech this Sunday against Sunderland after 11 years at the club. Here Sportsmail's OLIVER TODD pays tribute to the experienced goalkeeper.
SAMI MOKBEL: Jose Mourinho has confessed he regrets his 'campaign against Chelsea' jibe earlier this season. The Blues boss appeared on Sky Sports in February to complain about referees.
Sam Allardyce has confirmed his future as West Ham manager will be decided by the east London club on Monday – while he lies on a sun lounger in Spain.
Dave Robertson has been given the Peterborough manager's job on a permanent basis. Academy boss Robertson finished the season in charge following the departure of Darren Ferguson
Arsene Wenger believes Raheem Sterling is not responsible for the saga that has soured his Liverpool career - but says discretion should always be the best policy in contract negotiations.
Rafa Benitez and Jurgen Klopp lead the race to rule at Real Madrid next season but the club's fans back current manager Carlo Ancelotti to stay in charge despite growing speculation he will leave.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes believes Petr Cech would be a ready-made replacement for David de Gea if the Spaniard departs Old Trafford this summer.
Reigning French Open champion Rafael Nadal has been awarded the Grand Vermeil medal in recognition for his career during a ceremony in Paris before Roland Garros begins on Sunday.
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN MONACO: He is too young to hold a Monegasque driving licence, but on the slippery track on a chilly morning Max Verstappen produced a performance of the most dazzling promise.
League Two side Stevenage have confirmed that Teddy Sheringham will take over from Graham Westley at Broadhall this summer. Sheringham has been working as West Ham's attacking coach.
EDDIE HEARN: This is possibly the best two-week period I've known in the history of British boxing. We have James DeGale fighting in Boston this weekend and then a big show at The O2 next week.
Arsenal stars were out in force on Thursday night as they attended the Arsenal Foundation's annual charity fundraiser a day after their disappointing Sunderland stalemate.
John Carver will turn to Mike Williamson to help save Newcastle United from relegation – three weeks after accusing the defender of deliberately ducking out of their survival scrap.
IAN LADYMAN EXCLUSIVE: Joe Hart insists the club must bounce back from a trophyless campaign but is more than happy to stay at the Etihad and fight for honours for years to come.
CRAIG HOPE: Former Hull and Newcastle star Billy Whitehurst, the man dubbed ‘football’s hardest ever player’, returns his verdict on the scrap for survival and reflects on his own colourful career.
KIERAN GILL AT THE 02 ARENA: Gary Anderson is world champion and holder of the Betway Premier League title after beating Michael van Gerwen 11-7 in front of 10,000 spectators in London.
Juventus are considering a bid for Tottenham's £25million forward Erik Lamela. The Italian champions want a creative player to play behind their strikers and think the he could fit that role.
CHRIS FOY'S WORLD OF RUGBY: Christian Wade may soon come to the understandable conclusion that his best shot at international glory will be in Rio next year, rather than in London this year.
Lewis Hamilton again topped the timesheet in practice ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, but the rain-affected second session put a dampener on things for Formula One fans.
MARTIN SAMUEL - THE DEBATE: Steven Gerrard’s last game for Liverpool is on Sunday. Could he ever manage the club? And can they battle back to the big time without him? Here's what you think...
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: England announced their 50-man World Cup training squad on Wednesday with Saracens lock Maro Itoje one of the surprise names included.
Lewis Hamilton has become the highest paid British sportsman in history by signing a £100million contract to stay at Mercedes for three more years on the eve of the Monaco grand prix.
As the rich and the famous anchor their yachts at Monte Carlo, Sportsmail looks back at the famous images over the years from the Monaco Grand Prix.
MARTIN SAMUEL: Say what you like about Michel Platini, but he’s no slouch. It only took the destruction of leagues across Europe for him to work out what we all knew eight years ago.
David de Gea will become the sixth player to win Manchester United's Player of the Year award and leave for Real Madrid if he moves to the Bernabeu. Sportsmail takes a look at the others.
EXCLUSIVE: McLaren chairman Ron Dennis caused shock at a post-race meeting of his struggling Formula One team by singling out racing director Eric Boullier for blunt criticism.
SAMI MOKBEL: As summers go; this one will be pivotal for Asmir Begovic as there'll be a goalkeeping transfer merry-go-round in the upcoming window.
ADRIAN DURHAM: We overpraise foreign players and undervalue our own here in England. And Joe Hart is a victim of that lack of self-belief among the England people. He's the best keeper in the world.
IAN LADYMAN: Louis van Gaal will be pleased Manchester United have secured Champions League football for next season, but less so that his star keeper David de Gea is likely to leave the club.