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Leeds United in line for £60m takeover by Red Bull after owner Massimo Cellino confirms there has been a bid

Italian says it's in the hands of the shareholders

Ryan Babel at Liverpool, where he played only 25 full games

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Dutchman tells Melissa Reddy he was neglected at Anfield

Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling shocked the world this week by saying he may wait until the summer before he talks about his next contract at the club

Arsenal vs Liverpool: Oh My God! Forget the election, Raheem Sterling has just said something bland...

Tom Peck: Football, like politics, is all about what Sterling didn't say

More than 50,000 people have either signed an online petition or supported the Justice for Henry Hicks social media campaign.

Family of boy who died on moped while being chased by police plan march ahead of Arsenal vs Liverpool to seek 'justice'

Teenager Henry Hicks was killed after colliding with a car in Islington near his home just a few days before Christmas

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Argentina striker Thomas Conechny plunges 10ft after falling out of hotel window while celebrating a goal on FIFA 15

The under-17s star was lucky to escape with his life after falling out of  hotel window

Tony Pulis will not book his summer holiday until Albion have retained their place in the Premier League

Tony Pulis interview: Superstitious West Brom manager won't relax until safety is secured

Baggies boss tells Pete Lansley club will need a reboot... once they avoid the drop

Fabricio makes the gesture towards the Internacional fans

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Brazilian left-back Fabricio was shown a straight red card after losing his cool during the match

Bas shows the pro footballers how it's done

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Bookmakers' Betfair set-up the meet by informing the Liverpool stars they were playing with a competition winner

England may never win the World Cup without reform, former managers warn

Former England bosses call for the FA to act

Raheem Sterling: Do England winger's stats deserve a huge contract at Liverpool?

Sterling has been linked with Arsenal and Real Madrid

Norwich City’s Alex Neil is targeting a second promotion in only his second year in management

He is only 33 but Norwich City's Alex Neil is a manager who knows what he wants and how to get it

Life Beyond the Premier League: His confidence befits a man who has known only success in a managerial career that is less than two years old

Paul Scholes column: Ross Barkley played well against Italy but he must build on that. His time to step up and seize that England shirt is now

EXCLUSIVE COLUMN: The former Manchester United midfielder sees traces of Paul Gascoigne and Wayne Rooney in Barkley, thinks the England U21s can win the Euros and wonders why Raheem Sterling would leave Liverpool

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Raheem Sterling: 'All is perfect for him at Liverpool. Why would he want a transfer away?', asks Paul Scholes

EXCLUSIVE: Sterling looks likely to leave Anfield this summer, but former Manchester United midfielder Scholes doesn't understand why he would want to go

Sunderland soccer manager Roy Keane meets supporters outside the Stadium of Light, Sunderland, in 2006 on his first day in the job

Danny Higginbotham autobiography extracts: Roy Keane gave the most bizarre team talk I have ever heard

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