Matt Green celebrates scoring Birmingham’s second goal

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Blackpool 2 Leicester City 2 match report: Lively Thomas Ince on the spot to thwart battling Foxes

A last-minute penalty divided the spoils in a clash at the top of the Championship that both sides had looked determined to lose. Leicester, trailing for much of the match despite dominating it territorially, looked to have grabbed it with two goals in two minutes – the game's first penalty from Paul Konchesky and a screamer from Andy King.

Jesse Lingard

Transfer news: Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard joins Birmingham on loan

The attacking player will move to the Championship team for a month

Lee Clark

Birmingham manager furious with Yeovil - despite being given 'free goal' in Capital One Cup tie

Lee Clark makes complaint after Yeovil score 'unsporting' goal to take tie to extra-time

Yeovil 0 Birmingham 1 match report: Dan Burn gives Blues victory less than three months after securing promotion for hosts

Burn scored at Wembley while on-loan at Yeovil which saw them promoted to the Championship but consigned them to defeat today

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Birmingham City striker Marlon King arrested over hit-and-run incident

A man was left with a head injury after the incident in central London

Christian Benitez in action for Birmingham in 2010
Mohammed Saleem was stabbed to death on his way home from a mosque

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Ukrainian student questioned over mosque bombings charged with murder of pensioner

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Terror suspect is held over murder of Mohammed Saleem

One of two men being held in relation to bomb attacks near three mosques has been arrested in connection with the murder of 75-year-old Mr Saleem  

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Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor has joined Hull from Besiktas

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Promoted Crystal Palace urged to follow Swansea's example

Kevin Phillips' penalty winner is set to ear Palace £120million windfall

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The sides meet at Doncaster Rovers’ Keepmoat Stadium on Sunday

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