Sport Ryan Flynn beats Ben Hamer to give Sheffield United the lead

Goals from Ryan Flynn and John Brayford give the League One side victory

England confident Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson will be cleared to play against Sweden

England are confident defender Carl Jenkinson will receive international clearance in time to be involved in tomorrow's friendly international with Sweden in Stockholm.

Javier Hernandez replaces Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United's super-sub

With his stunning performance at Aston Villa on Saturday, Javier Hernandez entered football folklore as one of the game's great substitutes.

Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson

I'm English, honest! England in race to secure clearance for Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson

Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson will be drafted into the England squad for next week's friendly with Sweden, if they can get clearance from Fifa.

Ian Holloway

Ian Holloway targets swift promotion with Crystal Palace

Ian Holloway takes charge of Crystal Palace for the first time against Ipswich at Selhurst Park tonight hoping to recreate the magic that swept his former club Blackpool into the Barclays Premier League.

When sporting journalists were real reporters

The death of Tony Pawson deprives journalism of a jolly good sport

Leeds United star Michael Tonge

Michael Tonge enjoying return to Leeds United action

Forgotten man Michael Tonge is enjoying being back in first-team picture at Leeds, and is thankful a problematic shoulder injury has not ruled him out of tonight's Capital One Cup tie with Southampton.

Billy McKinlay

Blackburn global advisor Shebby Singh pleads for patience from fans regarding manager search

Blackburn global advisor Shebby Singh has pleaded for patience from fans over the club's protracted search for a new manager.

Crystal Palace manager Dougie Freedman

Confusion surrounds Dougie Freedman move from Crystal Palace to Bolton

Confusion continues to surround the vacant managerial position at Bolton after caretaker boss Jimmy Phillips claimed he will be in charge for Saturday's trip to Middlesbrough.

Ipswich manager Paul Jewell

Paul Jewell ready to fight on as Ipswich manager

Ipswich boss Paul Jewell admits his future is still very much in the balance as he prepares to lead his struggling side into tonight's npower Championship clash with former employers Derby at Portman Road.

Helmut Haller: Footballer who scored against England in 1966

He played the game with a certain panache and a sense of theatre, which made him a star

Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna nearing return for Arsenal

Bacary Sagna will not be rushed back into action for Arsenal, but is determined to return stronger from his long injury lay-off.

Mick McCarthy was also axed

The contenders to replace Owen Coyle as Bolton manager

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside will today start his search for Owen Coyle's successor after he paid the price for the club's poor start to the npower Championship season.

Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey

Steven Gerrard hails progress of Liverpool team-mate Jonjo Shelvey

England captain Steven Gerrard believes Liverpool team-mate Jonjo Shelvey's call-up to Roy Hodgson's squad is just reward for the progress he has made at Anfield.

Chris Cohen of Forest battles with Blackburn’s Martin Olsson
The incident occurred ahead of Manchester City's match against Real Madrid

Charlton chairman Michael Slater makes complaint to Uefa after being knocked unconscious ahead of Real Madrid v Manchester City Champions League tie

Charlton chairman Michael Slater has lodged a formal complaint relating to the conduct of Spanish police after revealing he was knocked unconscious prior to last month's Champions League clash between Real Madrid and Manchester City.

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