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Tormentor Cantona

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In Newcastle shops yesterday they ran out of letters to put "Shearer" on the back of black and white shirts. In Blackburn, there was a rush to have the departing idol's name removed from Rovers strips. All the fuss might have been saved if Alan Shearer had not been handed a green jersey when he reported to his local club for a trial 14 years ago.

Walker turns to law to stop Shearer rumours

Jack Walker, the man whose millions brought Alan Shearer to Blackburn Rovers, yesterday strongly denied that the club's prime asset was on his way to Manchester United.

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Sir: Manchester United should not opt for an all-white shirt (report, 16 April). Remember Spurs in all that snow at Nottingham Forest; not for the first time they were practically invisible.

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Gains on the sale of players such as Andrei Kanchelskis as well as cash from a video merchandising deal have doubled half-year profits at Manchester United as the club shoots for the Premiership and FA Cup double.

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Jim White considers a striker's plunge from plunderer to plodder and his recent recovery of the status of a pounds 7m player

Cantona's next step

Eric Cantona is likely to be in the starting line-up as Manchester United bid to overturn their 3-0 Coca-Cola Cup first-leg deficit against York City at Bootham Crescent tonight.

Glasgow welcomes Gascoigne

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The young scorn political jobs

Who wants to be a politician? Hardly anyone, according to a survey of young people published yesterday.

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Jon Holmes and Struan Marshall give an agents'-eye view of the transfer system and its effect on footballers

Football: Gascoigne resumes national service

BY GLENN MOORE

End of a running commentary on the grand soap opera

David Meek (above) today files his final match report on United after 37 years' coverage. He talks to Guy Hodgson about the men who have made the club great

What the papers said about . . . England

"Cole-less, goal-less and brainless." Mirror
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