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Toche caught Spurs napping with his equaliser last night

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Roy Hodgson gaffe reveals Rio Ferdinand exclusion on Tube

Roy Hodgson was facing embarrassment last night when it emerged that he told fellow Tube passengers en route to the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal's Champions League game that he would not select Rio Ferdinand again for the national team.

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Mario Balotelli of Manchester City celebrates after scoring the winner in a thrilling contest against Spurs

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Tottenham's Gareth Bale celebrates his goal

Frantic finale tests Redknapp recovery

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Fabio Capello has taken a dim view of the new autobiography by Theo Walcott, in which the 22-year-old discloses unflattering secrets from Italian's disciplinarian regime, and is likely to take the Arsenal midfielder to task when the England squad re-assemble next month.

Aaron Lennon contradicts Harry Redknapp's illness claim

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Spurs anxious over Lennon's hamstring

Aaron Lennon yesterday underwent tests at Tottenham's training ground to reveal the extent of the damage caused by a hamstring strain sustained in England's training session on Monday.

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