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Chelsea 1 Birmingham City 1: Outlook for the Chelsea manager is no brighter as crucial penalty save stops Premier League side in their tracks and earns an under-strength Birmingham a replay from a game notable for another Torres failure

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Chelsea 1 Birmingham 1

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Built his reputation with Charlton over more than a decade in the top flight and also had a spell in charge at West Ham but been out of management in recent seasons. Has said he will talk to Wolves boss Steve Morgan if he gets the call.

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Aston Villa supporters plans pre-match protest against Alex McLeish

Aston Villa supporters are being urged to attend a pre-match protest against manager Alex McLeish ahead of Sunday's home clash with Manchester City.

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David Bentley had been loaned to West Ham but suffered a serious injury

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Hughton gives his regrouped Blues stability

Birmingham 3 Watford 0: Manager steers Birmingham into play-off places despite club's financial uncertainty

Start the celebration: Ben Foster, who saved a penalty from Jonathan Walters, enjoys the moment of victory

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O'Neill magic foils Swansea pass masters

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Black joins Kean's relegation battle at Rovers

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Wade Elliot scored the winner for Birmingham to progress to the fourth round

McCarthy left 'livid' after Cup defeat

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Peter Odemwingie not for sale insist West Brom

West Brom head coach Roy Hodgson insists striker Peter Odemwingie is not for sale.

Birmingham reject bid from West Brom for Liam Ridgewell

Birmingham have confirmed they have rejected an undisclosed offer from West Brom for Liam Ridgewell.

Lee Martin enjoys scoring for Ipswich last night

Jewell risks trouble with 'man' rant

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