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Football: O'Neill moves for pounds 4.2m Sturridge

THE LEICESTER City manager, Martin O'Neill, is set to sign the Derby County forward Dean Sturridge in a club record pounds 4.2m deal today.

Football: Houllier in hot pursuit of Illgner

LIVERPOOL ARE hoping it will be third time lucky when they turn their search for a goalkeeper to Real Madrid's German international, Bodo Illgner.

Football: Kidd's crusade on course

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Football: Ward unhappy with Rovers' wage offer

ASHLEY WARD'S pounds 4.5m move to Blackburn Rovers is in danger of collapsing over his personal demands.

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Football: Sheringham hoping to revive his United career

THE STAGE is set for Teddy Sheringham to get his Manchester United career back on track against his former club Tottenham at White Hart Lane tonight.

Football: Rain stops `play' at Wimbledon

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Football: Graham delays player search

GEORGE GRAHAM will have to pay up to pounds 8m if he wants to sign the Blackburn striker Chris Sutton, and the new Tottenham manager may feel it is too high a price to pay to unsettle Chris Armstrong, Les Ferdinand and Steffen Iversen.

Football: Sutton sidetracks the Railwaymen

CHRIS SUTTON fired Blackburn Rovers into the fourth round of the Worthington Cup last night with the only goal of a tricky tie away to Crewe Alexandra.
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