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

Cross words: ex-Chelsea defender Elliott fell out with Richard Rufus

Paul Elliott resigns from FA post in wake of race row

Paul Elliott, one of football's leading anti-racist campaigners, who was made a CBE for his work against discrimination, has resigned his positions of responsibility at the Football Association after admitting using a derogatory racist term to another black man.

Paul Elliott quits FA post after Richard Rufus race row

The former Chelsea and Celtic defender allegedly aimed a racial insult via text at ex-Charlton player Rufus in an argument over a failed business venture

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Two goals from Egypt internationals Gedo and Ahmed Elmohamady helped Hull City to consolidate second place in the Championship table with a 2-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers.

Wigan’s Roman Golobart controversially barges into the back of Waide Fairhurst of Macclesfield in the previous round

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<b>Emmanuel Frimpong</b> argues with, prolific tweeter and Arsenal fan, Piers Morgan:<br/> “@piersmorgan I hope ppl read this and no am rude and u deserve every abuse I give u fatty go and run on the treadmill like I told u.”

Emmanuel Frimpong wants to use Jack Wilshere as inspiration

Arsenal midfielder currently on loan with Fulham

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There were times when he was the heart, spirit and brain of England

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Bawl winner: England’s next centurion Ashley Cole needs to stop behaving like this and let more of the sunshine in

The Last Word: Ashley Cole must lighten up to ensure his legacy

In Batman terms, the Chelsea leftback is the Dark Knight, David Beckham is the Caped Crusader

Fulham manager Martin Jol

Martin Jol confident Fulham can beat West Ham tonight

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Anton Ferdinand joined his brother Rio and refused to wear the shirt

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Football round-up: Real Sociedad inflict Barcelona's first La Liga loss of the season

Mid-table Real Sociedad did what no other La Liga side have managed this season – they beat champions and runaway leaders Barcelona. And, moreover, they came back from 2-0 down, Lionel Messi and Pedro having put Barça firmly in charge at half-time in the Anoeta Stadium.

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Aaron Ramsey looking to prosper in 'big month' ahead for Arsenal

Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool as well as an FA Cup replay lie ahead

The Swansea Town side of 1963-64 from the match programme for the Preston North End tie. Top row from left to right: Thomas, Hughes, R Evans, Dwyer, Purcell, Williams. Front row: Reynolds (did not play), Jones, Todd, Johnson, Draper, B Evans (did not play), McLaughlin

Where are the last semi-final Swans?

Phil Cadden looks back at the Swansea side that beat Liverpool to reach the 1964 FA Cup semi-final before losing out to Preston North End at Villa Park

Bradford manager Phil Parkinson focusing on long-term ahead of Aston Villa semi-final

Capital One Cup first leg takes place tonight

Phil Parkinson

Manager Phil Parkinson waits on new Bradford deal

Parkinson has led Bradford to the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup

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