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Pogrebnyak is congratulated by his Fulham team-mates

Pulis calls for consistency after Pogrebnyak escapes

Fulham 2 Stoke City 1

Handbags, no handshakes: Suarez refuses to shake Evra’s hand

Suarez and Liverpool say sorry for Evra snub

Club officials angry that striker undermined manager with refusal to shake rival's hand

Luis Suarez fails to shake hands with Patrice Evra

Hunt wades into racism row

Football must not return to the "bad old days" following recent high-profile racism rows, the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned yesterday, as it emerged that David Cameron is to hold talks to discuss the problem.

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Bolton not up to scratch, says angry Knight

Bolton Wanderers 1 Wigan Athletic 2

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Wolves 1 West Brom 5

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Man City return to top with win against Villa

Aston Villa 0 Manchester City 1

David Cameron 'plans football racism summit'

David Cameron is expected to step into the row over racism in football by staging a Downing Street summit on the issue.

Suarez refuses to shake Evra’s hand before Old Trafford clash

Racism grudge match flares into rows and scuffles

Sir Alex Ferguson calls on Liverpool to sack Suarez for refusing to shake Evra's hand before Old Trafford clash

Thierry Henry celebrates after scoring the last-gasp winner

Henry underlines wisdom of return with last word in Arsenal revival

Sunderland 1 Arsenal 2

McArthur hands rock-bottom Wigan a lifeline

Bolton 1 Wigan 2

Pogrebnyak's debut goal helps Fulham land points

Fulham 2 Stoke 1

Holt grabs second-half double to sink Swans

Swansea 2 Norwich 3

Yakubu returns as Blackburn edge past QPR

Blackburn 3 QPR 2

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Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish vows to 'get it right' ahead of planned protest

Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish has come out fighting ahead of a proposed fans' protest before Sunday's home game with Manchester City and insisted: "I'll get it right at this club."

De Gea in action at Stamford Bridge

Alex Ferguson hopeful heroics at Chelsea can inspire David de Gea

Sir Alex Ferguson is confident David de Gea's wonder-save at Chelsea last week can help inspire Manchester United's young goalkeeper.

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