News Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Anna, Sir Richard Branson, far right, and Irish activist Sir Bob Geldof, second from right, during the opening ceremony for the One Young World summit

The world is in a terrible mess. Global warming is causing irreversible damage to the environment, poverty and greed is stifling progress and corruption is rife. The solution? It’s time to hand over the reigns to the next generation. 

Jason Roberts: Headed his sixth goal for Reading since joining from Blackburn Rovers in late January

Reading close in on Premier League return

Reading can clinch promotion to the Premier League tomorrow if Brian McDermott's side defeat Nottingham Forest and West Ham fail to win at Bristol City, or if the Championship leaders draw and the Hammers lose.

PIERMARIO MOROSINI: The midfielder died after collapsing during Livorno’s match against Pescara

Livorno fans make shrine in memory of tragic Morosini

Outpouring of grief in Italy after "golden" 25-year-old collapses and dies on the pitch

Ducking and 'diving': Tevez left a post-match interview

Hat-trick Tevez still up to old tricks with TV walkout

Mancini repeats belief that title race is over despite closing gap on United

No goals at Sunderland deepens Wolves' relegation worries

Sunderland 0 Wolves 0

Canaries trounced by Tevez triple

Norwich 1 Manchester City 6

Jason Roberts: Headed his sixth goal for Reading since joining from Blackburn Rovers in late January

Le Fondre and ruthless Reading grab chance to go top

Southampton 1 Reading 3

Striker Edinson Cavani – just the 55 goals in 77 games for Napoli

Five reasons to be fearful for Chelsea hopes

As Manchester City learnt, Naples is no walk in the park, says Jack Pitt-Brooke

Chris Coleman: 'I'm man enough to say 'This is how I want to do it. Come along or don't.'

Craig Bellamy named in Wales squad

Craig Bellamy has been included in the Wales squad for the Gary Speed Memorial match against Costa Rica, a game that could be his last at international level.

Aaron Hughes returns to Northern Ireland squad

Michael O'Neill named his first Northern Ireland squad this morning, with former captain Aaron Hughes the standout name in a party of 24 having been persuaded to reverse his retirement.

Emmanuel Adebayor – Manchester City (on loan at Spurs)
Currently on loan until the end of the season at Spurs, the Togolese striker has proved that he would be a coup for any of Europe’s top sides with a handful of goals and some superb performances. Although he won’t be going anywhere in January, speculation about his next move will surely begin to emerge in the next few months.

Tottenham have injury concerns ahead of Arsenal meeting

Tottenham could be without several of their stars, including Emmanuel Adebayor, for this weekend's north London derby at Arsenal, manager Harry Redknapp has revealed.

EDINSON CAVANI: The Napoli forward scored two in his side’s 3-0 victory at Fiorentina

Cavani shows clinical touch as Napoli warm up for Chelsea visit

Napoli secured an excellent 3-0 away victory at Fiorentina in Serie A prior to their Champions League last-16 home tie with Chelsea tomorrow.

Liverpool progress as Brighton self-destruct

Liverpool 6 Brighton 1

Crawley unable to cause upset as Stoke progress

Crawley 0 Stoke 2

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