Hodgson battles Anfield exodus but has already lost Benayoun

Roy Hodgson promised to fight "tooth and nail" to keep Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres at Liverpool but admitted he may be powerless to prevent them following Yossi Benayoun out of Anfield this summer.

Curbishley's path to take over at Fulham is obstructed by feuds

Alan Curbishley has been installed as the bookmakers' favourite to replace Roy Hodgson as Fulham manager, but his appointment would be hugely controversial as he has had long-running feuds with two senior figures in the dressing room.

Hodgson targets Champions League with Liverpool

New Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson admits he has to sell himself and his ideals to the club's star players but hopes they will not be tempted to "jump ship".

Liverpool refuse get-out clause for Hodgson

England's prospects of securing Roy Hodgson's services have receded yet further after it emerged that Liverpool have not granted their new manager a get-out clause, allowing him to take up the national job if it were to fall vacant.

Fulham sign Senderos from Arsenal

Fulham have announced the signing of central defender Philippe Senderos from Arsenal on a three-year contract.

Fulham contemplate rebuilding operation as Europa League disappointment hits home

Londoners face summer overhaul as seven key players near the end of their contracts

Campbell wants to extend Arsenal stay

Veteran centre-half Sol Campbell is in no doubt he can compete at the highest level again next season - and has vowed to help bring the "glory" days back to Arsenal.

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Wenger admits need to bolster his back line

The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has confirmed he intends to sign a defender this summer after he admitted his side's performances at the back this season have been "average".

Forlan idol forms double act to have the last laugh

"Diego Forlorn" they used to call him. But it was the Fulham players who were left forlorn last night as Diego Forlan finally blew away his comedic reputation in England. The Uruguayan took eight months and 27 games to score his first goal for Manchester United after signing for them, for £6.9m, in 2002. Although the United fans never forsook him, appreciating his limitless enthusiasm and work-rate, he was a figure of fun to supporters elsewhere and he was sold on after two years and 10 goals in 67 matches.

Wenger makes the case for defence

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed he intends to sign a defender this summer after he admitted his side's performances at the back this year have been "average".

Accidental hero looks for happy ending to Fulham fairytale

Roy Hodgson will become one of Europe's most wanted men if he steers the Cottagers to the most unlikely of triumphs on Wednesday

Wenger confident over Chamakh move

Arsene Wenger is "confident" Arsenal will soon be able to officially announce Marouane Chamakh as their first summer signing.

Walcott says youth is no excuse for Arsenal

Theo Walcott maintains Arsenal can no longer use inexperience as an excuse for failing to deliver when it matters most.

Campbell backs Arsenal for the future

Veteran defender Sol Campbell maintains there will be "no stopping" the current young Arsenal side when everything eventually comes together.

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