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Harry Redknapp's agent has confirmed the Football Federation of Ukraine have made contact as they look to appoint a new manager.

No surprises from Ukraine for Three Lions

The Ukraine coach, Oleg Blokhin, has named a familiar-looking squad for the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Group H rivals England at Wembley next month.

Wayne Rooney – who missed a great early chance – nods in for England just after half-time

Referee Viktor Kassai and England striker Wayne Rooney criticised by Ukraine press

Newspapers in Ukraine have criticised referee Viktor Kassai and England striker Wayne Rooney after the co-hosts were eliminated from Euro 2012.

England manager Roy Hodgson with (from left) Andy Carroll, Wayne Rooney and Steve Gerrard

Hodgson to start with Walcott but Carroll is left out

Roy Hodgson was last night considering unleashing Theo Walcott upon Ukraine in England's final Euro 2012 group game, after the Arsenal winger was passed fit.

Shevchenko netted twice for Ukraine

'Crazy happiness is an understatement': The reaction in Ukraine following the Andrei Shevchenko show

In the build up to co-host Ukraine's game against Sweden last night the atmosphere in Kiev was electric.

Head coach Erik Hamren labels Sweden players 'cowards' after Ukraine defeat

Sweden will prepare for Friday's Euro 2012 showdown with England burdened by a scathing assessment from coach Erik Hamren.

Shevchenko backs Torres to come good

Andrei Shevchenko has offered his support to Chelsea striker Fernando Torres as he struggles to adapt to life at Stamford Bridge. Shevchenko, who failed to impress after his own £30m move to Chelsea, has told the Spaniard "to relax" and play his natural game in search of his first Chelsea goal.

Andriy Shevchenko remains wary of Manchester City threat

Former Chelsea striker Andriy Shevchenko has warned his Dynamo Kiev team-mates to expect a rough ride against Manchester City at Eastlands in the return leg of their Europa League last-16 tie.

Kalinic needs time to adjust to England, says Allardyce

The Blackburn Rovers manager, Sam Allardyce, is happy to play a waiting game with his summer signing Nikola Kalinic, insisting the striker has been bought for the long term.

Modric earns point on good night for England

Croatia 2 Ukraine 2: Spurs man's strike denies Ukraine but is an excellent result for Capello

Kroenke on board but Arsenal will stay best of British

When the Abu Dhabi United Group were hovering over Premier League clubs, they considered buying Manchester City, Newcastle or Arsenal. City's Thaksin Shinawatra duly rolled over with his legs in the air and Newcastle's Mike Ashley was left cursing, not having had the opportunity to do the same.

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Wolves 0 WBA 3: Kamara's speed ensures Wolves are forced to eat humble pie

A tale of pies and prejudice in the Black Country saw West Bromwich Albion pen another chapter in their modern ascendancy over Wolverhampton Wanderers yesterday. Albion repeated the score from the Championship meeting in October - their biggest victory over Wolves for 25 years - while their fans won the Molineux song contest with equal ease.

Terror suspect's family: You've got wrong man

The two brothers arrested on suspicion of planning a chemical terrorist atrocity protested their innocence last night as the police were given more time to question them.

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