Sporting Digest: Football

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LEEDS'S pounds 3m bid for the Czech international striker Tomas Skuhravy fell through yesterday when the deadline they set passed without contact from the player or his Italian club, Genoa.

MARTIN O'NEILL, the manager of Wycombe Wanderers, will stay at Adams Park for at least another three years after signing an extension to his contract.

GARY MABBUTT, the Spurs captain who suffered a fractured cheekbone and eye damage when caught by John Fashanu's elbow last season, has dropped plans for legal action against the Wimbledon striker.

PRE-SEASON FRIENDLIES: Bolton 4 Liverpool 1; Burnley 2 Man Utd 3; Hereford 2 Swindon 2; University College 3 Brighton 0; Rochdale 2 Bury 0; Blackpool 1 Preston 1; Stockport 0 Carlisle 1; Southport 3 Wigan 2; Hameenlinna (Finland) 1 Aberdeen 2; Walsall 1 Birmingham City 2; Barking 0 Millwall 1; Kingstonian 4 Newbury Town 1; Harrogate Town 1 York City 2.

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