Steve Tongue

Steve Tongue is a Football Correspondent for The Independent.

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Fulham manager Felix Magath

Tottenham 3 Fulham 1 match report: Felix Magath targets home games for safety after Spurs expose frailties

Cottagers unable to deal with Eriksen's set-piece prowess as he laid on two goals for Spurs to give them an outside chance of fourth but Magath says all hope is not lost

Brentford's Clayton Donaldson celebrates with fans after winning promotion after the League One match between Brentford and Preston North End

Brentford 1 Preston North End 0 match report: A year after that missed spot-kick, penalty seals Brentford promotion

Alan Judge's spot-kick fires the Bees up to the second tier

Wigan Athletic 1 Arsenal 1 (Arsenal win 4-2 on penalties) match report: Gunners are spot on as Lukasz Fabianski saves the day – and Arsene Wenger

Defeat to Championship side Wigan and another season without a trophy could have seen the Frenchman’s exit. Instead an FA Cup final beckons

Jose Mourinho is maintaining a consistent line in limiting expectations
Frank Lampard celebrates after scoring the rebound from his saved penalty

Chelsea 3 Stoke City 0 match report: Lampard keeps Chelsea's ‘impossible dream' of title alive

Jose Mourinho might have given up on the League title but Chelsea return to the top of the table thanks to an outstanding display from their long-serving midfielder

Jose Mourinho having words with a Crystal Palace ballboy, who he felt was time wasting late on during Saturday’s game

Jose Mourinho ready to tackle Chelsea 'disappearing' acts, with Fernando Torres particularly at risk

The Blues boss was angered by some performances at Selhurst Park

A dejected John Terry reacts after opening the scoring with an own goal

Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 0: We have blown it - Jose Mourinho concedes Premier League title

Chelsea sink to a shock, but deserved, defeat at Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 0 match report: John Terry administers the fatal cut to Chelsea’s self-inflicted wounds

Mourinho sees his title hopes fade away with a lacklustre and spiritless display against a Palace side that finally rediscovers their vim

Rooney hits his wonder goal

Wayne Rooney improves chances of being handed Manchester United captaincy on full-time basis

If the manager wants me to be captain, I’d have no problem with that. I’d grab it with both hands

Tottenham Hotspur 3 Southampton 2: Tim Sherwood delighted with Spurs' character, saying: 'You have to find a way to win'

Tottenham battled back from 2-0 down to win at White Hart Lane

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And it will trigger more war in future
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