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The deals that made all the difference in the Premier League

England hopes go up in smoke as Green sees red to give Fabio blues

Ukraine 1 England 0: Ferdinand's lapse exposes keeper who is nation's first No 1 to be sent off after conceding penalty

Ukraine end Capello's 100% World Cup record

Ukraine 1 England 0

James hopes to follow Zoff's lead

The Italian won the 1982 World Cup aged 40. Now England's goalkeeper is striving to match his hero

Avram Grant returns to Portsmouth

Avram Grant has been appointed as Portsmouth's director of football, the club have confirmed.

Hart and Cahill receive England call

England boss Fabio Capello has called up Joe Hart and Gary Cahill into his squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Ukraine and Belarus following injuries to Paul Robinson and Joleon Lescott.

Neville thinks England career coming to an end

Gary Neville feels his England career is drawing to a close.

McAllister arrives at Pompey to lift Hart

Scot returns to the game as assistant to manager of the Premier League's bottom club

Dawson's return helps injury-hit Spurs

The Tottenham centre-back Michael Dawson's recovery from injury has handed manager Harry Redknapp a timely lift to ease the defensive crisis at White Hart Lane.

Cahill's late arrival leaves Pompey low

Portsmouth 2 Bolton Wanderers 3: Bolton end miserable sequence but Al-Fahim's takeover has done little to improve Portsmouth's fortunes

Give Foster time says McClair

Manchester United's youth academy director Brian McClair has come to the defence of England goalkeeper Ben Foster.

James told to 'knuckle down'

The Portsmouth chief executive, Peter Storrie, has challenged David James to "knuckle down and work hard" after a bid for the England goalkeeper failed to materialise on transfer deadline day.

James urged to focus on Portsmouth

Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has challenged England goalkeeper David James to "knuckle down and work hard" after a move away from Fratton Park failed to materialise.

Tottenham seal Kranjcar transfer

Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Croatia midfielder Niko Kranjcar from Portsmouth.

Redknapp wants to buy James but must talk round Levy first

Harry Redknapp must convince chairman Daniel Levy to pay a fee for the England goalkeeper David James if he is to sign the player before tomorrow's transfer window deadline. James was left out of Portsmouth's 1-0 defeat by Manchester City yesterday and manager Paul Hart admitted that he did not know whether his goalkeeper would stay.

Sunderland poised to offer James chance of escape

David James' escape route from Portsmouth looks like it could be Sunderland who have made preliminary enquiries about signing the England goalkeeper this week. The 39-year-old has been desperate to leave the club all summer but has found himself short of options for first-team football in the Premier League.

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