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Aston Villa supporters are being urged to attend a pre-match protest against manager Alex McLeish ahead of Sunday's home clash with Manchester City.

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Stoke have lost their appeal to the Football Association against defender Robert Huth's red card received during Saturday's home clash with Sunderland and the player must now serve a three game ban.

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Liverpool defender Glen Johnson believes Luis Suarez's strength of character will get him through the trial which awaits him at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Fabio Capello gave controversial interview to Italian television

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Those of us who celebrated so enthusiastically the appointment of Fabio Capello had one moment of sadly fleeting vindication. It came in Zagreb when it was as though the authority and discipline and flair of England, against the Croatian team that had done so much to expose the ineptitude that preceded the Italian's appointment, was nothing so much as a confirmation of new standards, new coherence.

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Barton spared but warned over Terry tweets

Joey Barton will not face any legal action over his observations about the John Terry racism case.

Suarez kicked Parker in the stomach

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Patrice Evra’s complaint of racial abuse by Liverpool’s Luis Suarez earlier this season was upheld

Taylor: have no fear of standing up to racism

Players' union chief Gordon Taylor fears the recent crowd abuse suffered by Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand could deter footballers from complaining about racial discrimination.

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