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The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

Blackburn's global advisor Shebby Singh, pictured with Henning Berg

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Judan Ali - a novice coach with experience limited to youth and amateur level and the star of Bollywood football movie 'Dhan Dhan Dhan Goal', was at the training ground today

O'Grady leaves Hill on a slippery slope

Barnsley 0 Sheffield Wednesday 1
Marked man: Palace's Wilfried Zaha starred, despite the Lions' attention

Ian Holloway ignoring speculation linking Wilfried Zaha with Crystal Palace exit

Arsenal and Liverpool have been heavily linked with the youngster

Derek McInnes

Championship preview: Owls offer sanctuary for McInnes

Betting advice from Michael Holden of Best of the Bets

Walsall manager Dean Smith

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Leeds United star Michael Tonge

Michael Tonge enjoying return to Leeds United action

Forgotten man Michael Tonge is enjoying being back in first-team picture at Leeds, and is thankful a problematic shoulder injury has not ruled him out of tonight's Capital One Cup tie with Southampton.

Hull manager Steve Bruce

Championship preview: Hull could encounter more problems at Sheffield Wednesday

Steve Bruce hasn't been short of plaudits since he returned to management at Hull with national media pundits lining up to laud his achievements in bouncing back from an unceremonious exit at Sunderland. The only problem was, the season was only six games old.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup predicts 'very busy' end to transfer window

Michael Laudrup watched his Swansea side see off Barnsley in the Capital One Cup and then steeled himself for a "very busy" end to the transfer window.

Grant Holt wanted an extra year on his deal – but Norwich refused

Chris Hughton has confidence in Norwich squad as Grant Holt signs new deal

Chris Hughton is confident he is assembling a Norwich squad capable of competing in the Barclays Premier League again next season after seeing captain Grant Holt agree a new, three-year deal.

Mido in action during his time at West Ham

Former Tottenham striker Mido on verge of Barnsley switch

Egypt international Mido is on the verge of completing a move to Barnsley from Zamalek.

Gordon West: Flamboyant goalkeeper who won two League titles with Everton

The terms flamboyant, eccentric and even theatrical were often used to characterise Gordon West. Yet in an era when English football had an abundance of high-class, home-grown goalkeepers, the self-styled "Scouser from Barnsley" was considered good enough by Sir Alf Ramsey to understudy the great Gordon Banks as world champions England took third place in the 1968 European Championship finals.

Rio Ferdinand and John Terry have been England's first choice centre-back pairing for almost a decade

John Terry remains optimistic of Euro 2012 role for England

Chelsea skipper John Terry remains hopeful of playing at Euro 2012 despite not yet hearing from new England manager Roy Hodgson about his possible involvement.

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<b>Joe Hart:</b> Had never lost in 16 previous appearances and could not be blamed for the three goals. One early save from Robben and might have expected more to do. 6/10

Goalkeeping coach Dave Watson joins Roy Hodgson's England staff as Wembley friendly sells out

Roy Hodgson made his second England staff appointment yesterday, with Dave Watson installed as his new goalkeepers' coach largely on advice from the Football Association which wanted the former Under-21s coach to be promoted to the senior team set-up.

Coventry relegated from Championship after 2-0 defeat against Doncaster

Coventry will play npower League One football next season after defeat to Doncaster confirmed their relegation.

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West Ham set club record to put the heat on Saints

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