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'Appalling' referee riles Neil Lennon after Celtic draw with St Mirren

Neil Lennon described the referee Bobby Madden's performance in Celtic's controversial 1-1 draw with St Mirren in the Premier League in Paisley as "appalling" and revealed he will appeal the red card handed to midfielder Victor Wanyama.

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Walter Winterbottom: The great guru born 100 years ago today

He shaped England's international game in ways that are still being felt today, as a new book reveals

AEK Athens midfielder Giorgos Katidis celebrates by giving the Nazi salute to spectators after scoring the winning goal in his team's 2-1 Super League victory over Veria

Greek footballer Giorgos Katidis denies being a Nazi after 'fascist salute'

Highly-rated midfielder fears he has 'put an end to his career'

Inside the gaming room at a Call of Duty eSports competition

Gaming: when Call of Duty conflict isn't just virtual

If you like to play computer games with a headset on, then there’s a chance that you’re probably already taking things a little too seriously.

The Olympic Stadium’s future is still not agreed

Kevin Nolan hopes Olympic Stadium move will see West Ham join 'the big boys'

The east London club will become the tenants of the Stratford based stadium

Roberto Mancini has received the backing of Manchester City’s low-profile chief executive, Ferran Soriano

Roberto Mancini is our 'champion', says Manchester City chief Ferran Soriano in rare public backing

Ferran Soriano breaks cover to praise under-pressure manager and dampen speculation on his exit

San Marino’s Michele Cervellini, a full-time student, tangles with England’s Danny Welbeck at Wembley last year

San Marino v England: San Marino are pointless as they prop up most of the rest of the world

The Italian republic have failed to score a goal in qualifying and are joint bottom of global rankings

Ban for footballer who was racially abused

The German FA was fined after fans unfurled a neo-Nazi banner during Euro 2012

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Five things for Greg Dyke to address at the FA chairman

Former BBC Director General to replace David Bernstein

The next TV deal will be worth over £5bn

Championship clubs warn Premier League over hike in parachute payments for relegated teams

Football League clubs unhappy over increase, from next season, for sides dropping down to the Championship

Inter fans wave flags and set off flares at the San Siro

Inter Milan v Tottenham: Spurs expect action from Uefa on racism

Last night's match at the San Siro was overshadowed by abuse

Roy Hodgson gives Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand 'a nice surprise' with call up to the England squad

Manchester United defender earns first call up since June 2011

Double life: A lot has changed for Victor Moses since he came to England as an asylum seeker after his parents were killed

FA Cup: Orphaned Victor Moses feels very much at home with Chelsea

The motto of Whitgift school in Croydon is Vincit qui patitur – "He who perseveres, conquers". If there was a GCSE in perseverance, former pupil Victor Moses would have passed it in tandem with the others he achieved five years after arriving from Nigeria in tragic circumstances as an orphaned asylum seeker.

Gareth Bale was booked for diving against Inter Milan

Hero and villain: Tottenham winger Gareth Bale scores against Inter Milan before taking a tumble in the Europa League

‘There was a risk of Gareth being suspended for the quarter-finals, so we clean him of the cards’

Gareth Bale heads home Tottenham’s first goal last night
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Spanx launches range of jeans

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The animals bred for bones on China’s tiger farms

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Ebola epidemic: Plagued by fear

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From 'Parks and Recreation' to 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

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