Louis Tomlinson lies injured during Stilyan Petrov's charity match

Video: One Direction star Louis Tomlinson left hobbling and vomiting by Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor

21-year-old received a robust shoulder from Agbonlahor that sent him crashing to the ground, and forced him off the pitch where he was said to vomit due to the pain in his knee

19-year-old Ross Barkley was the latest youngster to make his England debut on Friday against Moldova

FA launch new Under-21 cup in effort to further develop youth football but Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham opt out

51 clubs will contest the new competition in the wake of FA chairman Greg Dyke's concerns over a lack of young English footballers reaching their potential

A view of Ashton Gate

Bristol City and Bristol Rovers unite to condemn violence at derby

17 people were arrested

Jordan Rhodes scores the first of his two goals on Saturday

Mover and shaker Harry Redknapp ready for another day at sales

Queen’s Park Rangers manager looking for players to strengthen promotion aspirations

Championship round-up: Tom Barkhuizen's goal puts Blackpool top on goal difference

Leicester City and Queens Park Rangers also win

The 1863 Football Association Minute Book contains the 13 original laws of football

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The handwritten book by Ebenezer Cobb Morley contains the 13 original laws of football

‘Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that’ – the words of Bill Shankly, seen above at Anfield in 1969

Review: Red or Dead, By David Peace

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Nottingham Forest 3 Bolton 0 match report: Jamie Mackie, Andy Reid and Henri Lansbury send Forest top

Billy Davies' side continue impressive start to the season with comprehensive win against promotion rivals

Certain areas of the Real Madrid fans expressed their happiness that Jose Mourinho had left the club

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho brings 'stardust' says Premier League chief

Richard Scudamore delighted to see the 'Special One' return

Hull manager Steve Bruce is delighted with the signing of both Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore

Transfer news: Hull manager Steve Bruce delighted with acquisitions of Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore

Tigers boss feels additions will make the rest of the Premier League 'sit up and take notice'

Franco Di Santo

Former Wigan striker Franco Di Santo moves to Werder Bremen

The Argentina international was a free agent

Hull KR 20 Hull FC 38 match report: Hull FC win feisty derby to go above the Robins

Three tries in six minutes ensured that Hull, apart from being Wembley-bound, also have their noses in front in the never ending battle for local supremacy.

Leicester’s David Nugent shoots during the 0-0 draw with Leeds

Weekend review: Wolves make the best of small-time exile

Shortly after Labour had disastrously lost the 1992 general election, which since Neil Kinnock is a rugby rather than a football man is best described as a series of missed penalties under the posts, one of his colleagues was told by a Conservative Cabinet minister: "Don't worry, the first 13 years in opposition are always the worst."

Wagstaffe: he bewildered close markers with sleight of foot and changes of direction

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Burnley players mob Chris Martin after he scores a double to give the Clarets victory

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