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Jose Mourinho speaks to his Chelsea squad

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Eidur Gudjohnsen completes move to AEK Athens

Former Chelsea and Barcelona forward Eidur Gudjohnsen has signed for Greek Super League side AEK Athens on a two-year deal.

West Ham to clinch Eidur Gudjohnsen transfer

West Ham are poised to sign former Chelsea and Barcelona striker Eidur Gudjohnsen.

Hargreaves and Woodgate released by clubs

Manchester United's Owen Hargreaves, Tottenham's Jonathan Woodgate and West Ham defender Matthew Upson are some of the bigger names to be released by their clubs this summer.

Retained player lists reveal big name players available for free

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Sam Wallace: Allardyce is no clogger: he's a modern, adaptable coach

In reality, he is a manager willing to adopt new methods and communicate with media

Eidur Gudjohnsen: 'Barça have huge stars, but the key man is Guardiola'

Eidur Gudjohnsen watched the Spanish manager plot victory over United in the 2009 final – and he hopes his former team-mates can do it again on Saturday, he tells Sam Wallace

Gudjohnsen's boys schooled at the Nou Camp

Icelander's sons are learning game at famous Barça academy, and are showing signs they could be as good as dad. Sam Wallace reports

Birmingham slide into deep trouble with worrying ease

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Birmingham face last-day battle after loss

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Fulham confirm interest in Espanyol striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo

Fulham boss Mark Hughes today confirmed he had been on a scouting mission to watch Espanyol this week after being strongly linked with a move for striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.

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