Steve Tongue

Steve Tongue is a Football Correspondent for The Independent.

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has gone from 'the king of Manchester to the devil'

Dutch coach attacked fickle nature of media and fans

The two managers Steve Bruce (left) and Harry Redknapp watch the action unfold at Loftus Road

QPR transfer news: Harry Redknapp targets Leroy Fer and new striker after defeat to Hull City

Rangers missed a penalty at Loftus Road as they tried to draw level on their return to the Premier League

James Chester makes it 1-0 to the visitors, heading home from a corner early in the second half

Queens Park Rangers vs Hull match report: James Chester disrupts Rio Ferdinand’s ‘masterclass’

QPR 0 Hull 1: Former England defender’s single mistake and Austin’s late penalty miss ruin Rangers’ return

Bartosz Bereszynski of Legia Warszaw

Legia Warsaw accuse Celtic in row over Champions League spot

The Polish side had brought on a suspended player in the tie

Fulham manager Felix Magath

Ipswich Town vs Fulham match report: Fulham face a hard climb back to top on this showing

Ipswich Town 2 Fulham 1: After 13 years in the top flight an inexperienced side find themselves outplayed by Ipswich

Bob and Mike Bryan (left) lost in five sets to Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil

Defeat forces defiant Bryan brothers back into the gym

After 26 Grand Slam finals, it might be expected that the Californian twins Mike and Bob Bryan, the most successful doubles pairing in the history of tennis, can treat victory and defeat much the same. Not a bit of it, which could help explain their success and insatiable desire for more of it.

Henman earlier this week

Wimbledon 2014: Tim Henman’s heart is with Roger Federer (but his head is with Novak Djokovic)

But the former British No 1 claims his head says Novak Djokovic will win this year's men's final

Roger Federer celebrates his win over Milos Raonic
Katie Boulter of Great Britain during her Girls' Singles first round match against Priscilla Hon of Australia on day seven of Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2014: Josh Sapwell continues to fly the flag for Britain's juniors after he beats Pedro Iamachkine to reach boys' singles quarter-finals

Director of tennis Matt Willcocks lauds Sapwell as a 'real ray of sunshine' after he reaches last-eight

Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic celebrates after winning her Ladies' Singles semi-final match against Lucie Safarova of Czech Republic on day ten of Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2014: Petra Kvitova battles past Czech mate Lucie Safarova to earn crack at second SW19 title

Kvitove defeats Safarova 7-6(8-6) 6-1 and will meet the winner of Eugenie Bouchard v Simona Halep

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