In English football news, 

Mark Hughes remains in charge of the Premier League strugglers, Queens Park Rangers. 

And that's following last night's meeting with the club's CEO, Philip Beard. 

Reports claimed the ex-Wales coach was about to be sacked after the pair met at the training ground yesterday. 

And although winless QPR sit at the bottom of the table after having taken only 4 points from their opening 12 games, 49 year old Hughes will remain in charge at Loftus Road.

Onto cycling news, 

Mark Cavendish was involved in a collision with a car while training in Italy. 

And he was lucky to have escaped without any injuries. 

The car braked in front of Cavendish and the 2011 world road race champion slammed into the back of it. 

Cavendish only suffered a bruised arm. 

This incident comes less than 2 weeks after Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins was knocked off his bike by a car, while training in the UK.

In local football news, 

Geovanni, who's a former Brazilian international, is reportedly considering to sign for Tampines Rovers ahead of the 2013 S-league season. 

The 32 year old attacking midfielder's resume includes playing stints with Barcelona and Manchester City. 

Geovanni is presently contracted to Brazilian 2nd division side Mineiro, but he's been given permission to leave. 


Home United have their sights set on Zesh Rehman. 

The former Fulham central defender just featured in Pakistan's 4-nil loss to Singapore in last night's friendly. 

29 year old Zesh is currently with Hong Kong club, Kitchee for another 6 months. 

In a bid to encourage local clubs to sign star names, the S-league recently said, it would pay up to 60 % of the salary of a marquee player. 

Over in boxing news, 

Vladimir and Vitali Klitschko are eagerly awaiting the feedback of their musical, which is based on the Rocky franchise. 

A year ago, the boxing brothers teamed up with Sylvester Stallone to co-produce a musical version of the highly successful Rocky series. 

And the stage production in German opened on Sunday night in Hamburg. 

The rags-to-riches tale includes songs from the original 1976 Rocky film including Gonna Fly Now. 

There are now plans to translate the musical into English and bring it on a global tour, including Broadway.