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Shock at Brentford as German maestro is linked with Championship side

Fall guy: Swindon’s Gary Roberts tumbles under pressure from Wright-Phillips

Swindon Town 1 Brentford 1 match report: Better late than never for Kevin O'Connor

Seven days too late as far as Brentford fans are concerned, but the London side's captain, Kevin O'Connor, last night converted an injury-time penalty in a key promotion encounter.

N-Dubz rapper Dappy has been found guilty of affray in connection with a brawl at a petrol station

N-Dubz rapper Dappy loses assault and affray conviction appeal

N-Dubz rapper Dappy, who was found guilty of assault and affray, lost a challenge against his conviction today.

Spot of bother: Brentford substitute Marcello Trotta about to hit his late penalty against the bar

Brentford 0 Doncaster Rovers 1 match report: Sting in Rovers' tail stuns Bees

The Calvin Report: Doncaster crowned champions with 95th-minute winner — immediately after Brentford miss penalty

Brentford 3 Portsmouth 2 match report: Bee's late rush ends Pompey's run

It was only three years ago that Portsmouth were not playing a League match on FA Cup semi-final weekend. Avram Grant's side, including internationals such as Kevin-Prince Boateng, John Utaka and David James, were instead beating Spurs in front of 90,000 at Wembley en route to the final against Chelsea.

Greg Dyke has been outspoken about the organisation of the FA in the past

Sam Wallace: Having helped take it away, can Greg Dyke put power back in the hands of the FA?

Talking Football: Former BBC director-general will be next FA chairman

Greg Dyke

Can Greg Dyke, the man who gave us Roland Rat, modernise the FA?

A football fan and canny operator, Greg Dyke could be a successful chairman, writes Glenn Moore

Greg Dyke

Former BBC boss Greg Dyke to become FA chairman

The 65-year-old replaces David Bernstein

Rafael Benitez backs Fernando Torres to score more: 'Hopefully it will be the first of a lot'

Chelsea striker scored decisive goal against Steaua Bucharest

Fernando Torres missed several good chances for Chelsea

Match Report: Rafa Benitez leaps to defence of Fernando Torres after Eden Hazard saves Chelsea's skin

Chelsea 1 Sparta Prague 1 (Chelsea win 2-1 on aggregate)

Chelsea captain John Terry on the bench

John Terry denies Rafael Benitez rift rumours: 'I'm not one to knock the manager's door down'

Chelsea captain has struggled to get into the starting XI of late

John Terry with Rafael Benitez

John Terry and Rafael Benitez say they are best of friends

Reports claimed the Chelsea duo had fallen out

Brentford’s Jake Reeves after Luiz’s challenge

James Lawton: Fifteen penalties a game is a price worth paying to end a crime everyone commits

This is a crime against which no one stands with a hint of indignation

Terry and manager say they are best of friends

Rafa Benitez and John Terry have both dismissed as "rubbish" reports that they have fallen out over the interim manager's non-selection of the Chelsea captain.

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is congratulated for scoring in the 2-2 draw with Brentford

FA Cup: Chelsea v Brentford match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup replay at Stamford Bridge

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