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Giggs joins ITV Sport for Euro 2016 closing stages

Ryan Giggs. Credit: PA

Wales and Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs will join ITV Sport's Euro 2016 line-up as the tournament reaches the quarter-final stage.

Giggs will take up a role as a pundit in ITV's Paris studio alongside presenter Mark Pougatch, Lee Dixon, Ian Wright and others to lend his wealth of expertise and insight to the channel's coverage of the remaining stages of the tournament.

His first match will be ITV's live coverage of Poland v Portugal on Thursday 30th June.

Giggs won 64 international caps for Wales. Credit: PA

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Shearer backs Southgate & Hoddle for England job

Alan Shearer thinks Glenn Hoddle and Gareth Southgate are the best men to lead England Credit: PA

Despite appearing to put himself forward for the England job in the immediate aftermath of Monday's shock defeat to Iceland, Alan Shearer is backing Glenn Hoddle and Gareth Southgate as the best men to lead England in the wake of Roy Hodgson's resignation.

Southgate fits the FA's remit, and he's done a very good job with the Under-21s.

"Hoddle is a great coach who's still got a lot to offer. If they went down that route I would back it.

"The new manager has to come in with passion, belief and a direction.

"It's about having a leader in there. Southgate is certainly one of those guys. As is Hoddle, who I played under at the 1998 World Cup.

"Under Roy it's been a disaster. England need a system to play to. It's been noticeable in the tournament that Italy and Germany have a system and stick to it. The players fit into it. That is what England need; an identity."

– Shearer to BBC Sport

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Britain's world 772 Marcus Willis stars in Wimbledon win

British qualifier Marcus Willis has celebrated the upset of the first round at Wimbledon after beating an opponent ranked more than 700 places above him in the world.

Willis - the world 772 - saw off Lithuania's Ricardis Berankis - the world 54 - 6-3 6-3 6-4 in front of a passionate home crowd.

Marcus Willis could now face Roger Federer if the seven-time champion avoids a first round upset. Credit: PA
Willis came through six rounds of qualifying to play at SW19 and earns £50,000 for his triumph. Credit: PA
There was first round disappointment for Laura Robson though after a 6-2 6-2 defeat to Angelique Kerber. Credit: PA

Italy 2-0 Spain: Defending champions knocked out of Euro 2016

Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini (3) scores the opening goal. Credit: PA

Reigning European champions Spain are out of Euro 2016 after a 2-0 defeat by Italy in Paris.

Goals from Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle, one in each half, saw off the lacklustre Spanish in their Round of 16 tie at the Stade de France.

Check out ITV's Euro 2016 website for a full report and highlights

Dani Alves seals Juventus deal after leaving Barcelona

Juventus have signed Dani Alves on a two-year contract after the Brazilian full-back decided to end his eight-year Barcelona career.

The 33-year-old, who passed his medical on Monday, had 12 months left on his contract in Spain but asked to leave earlier this month after winning his sixth La Liga title.

Alves was a regular for Barcelona since joining from Sevilla in 2008 and enjoyed a trophy-laden time at the Nou Camp, including the treble in 2014-15.

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