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The truth about Mancini’s future is hard to discern from a secretive club
The sides meet at Hampden Park on Friday
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Cardiff City 2
Leicester City 0 Cardiff City 1
Great Britain 1 South Korea 1 (aet; S Korea win 5-4 on pens): Britain's men suffer tournament exit in familiar circumstances after Sturridge fails from spot
Football may not be a universally welcome presence at these Olympic Games but Great Britain's men joined their female counterparts in the quarter-finals last night with a spirited display that will ensure the game gets closer to centre stage.
Brendan Rodgers insists Europe is only a sideshow to Liverpool's overwhelming priority - the Barclays Premier League.
Medal hopes were dashed this morning after Ellen Gandy made a shock exit from the 200m butterfly heats with a disappointing performance.
Team GB football captain Ryan Giggs hopes he will not be the last British player to lead a side out at the Olympics.
The Everton and England Under-21 midfielder Jack Rodwell has been left out of the Team GB Olympic squad by manager Stuart Pearce, another omission after David Beckham revealed yesterday that he too had not been included in the 18-man group, which has not yet been announced.
He, along with Seb Coe and Tony Blair, is widely credited as the man who brought the games to London.
David Beckham's Olympic dream remains intact after he survived the latest cut to Stuart Pearce's GB squad.
The Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher is ignoring the odds ahead of Sunday's FA Cup fifth-round tie with Brighton and expects another tough test against the Championship side.
Wales manager Chris Coleman is keen for Raymond Verheijen to be part of his backroom staff after holding talks with the outspoken Dutchman.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes the whole team can share the credit for goalkeeper Jose Reina moving to the top of the pile in terms of Barclays Premier League clean sheets.
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy expects speculation over his future to continue after branding his side's performance "unacceptable" in the 3-0 home defeat by Liverpool.