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Belgium striker had been missing from Villa's starting lineup for the last two games of Paul Lambert's doomed reign

Roberto Martinez, the Wigan manager, said that the draw did not feel “like a defeat”, despite the increasing need for his side to start winning to try and avoid relegation (Getty Images)

Roberto Martinez dismisses Everton speculation to focus on Wigan

The former Swansea manager has been linked with a move to Goodison Park should David Moyes leave

Edin Dzeko silences the doubters
Millwall manager Kenny Jackett

Wolves job suits Kenny Jackett after Millwall resignation

Kenny Jackett has emerged as a contender for the vacant manager's position at Wolverhampton Wanderers following the sacking of Dean Saunders. Saturday's 2-0 defeat to Brighton relegated Wolves from the Championship, the second season in a row they have dropped a division.

Roberto Martinez is in charge of his 150th Premier League game

Roberto Martinez: Wigan cannot relax if we win against Swansea

Wigan manager warns that beating Swansea and losing the next two will send them down

Petr Cech is unmoved by Chelsea's revolving door policy

The Blues goalkeeper values consistency on the pitch more than in the dugout

Fernando Torres

Premier League: Manchester United v Chelsea match preview

A look ahead to Sunday’s Premier League fixture at Old Trafford

Always there for Everton: David Moyes with Leighton Baines and Leon Osman

Everton in confident mood ahead of Merseyside derby against Liverpool

Win on Sunday will ensure Moyes's side could not be overtaken by rivals

Sergio Aguero of Manchester City is challenged by Matt Jarvis (L) and Joey O'Brien of West Ham United

David Platt insists Manchester City won't ease off in remaining games

There is little to play for for the dethroned champions

2005: Arsenal were 12 points behind

Nine years without a trophy means you better mind the gap, Arsène Wenger

Lose today and Arsenal will be as far off the top as at any time since 2004

Roberto Martinez says tonight is more important than the Cup final

Wigan fans will suffer at 'late' FA Cup final warns Roberto Martinez

The Latics face Manchester City at Wembley next month

Sam Allardyce

Manchester United are pretty scary: West Ham manager Sam Allardyce admits fear factor

Hammers manager impressed by United's dominance of the Premier League this season

A memorial ceremony was held yesterday on the eve of the 24th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster

The dead of Hillsborough remembered at Liverpool ceremony

A memorial ceremony was held today on the eve of the 24th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.

Rafa Benitez was once the master of beating Chelsea in semi-finals, like in 2005 against Jose Mourinho’s men. Now he must lead them through the last four of the FA Cup and Europa League

FA Cup semi-finals: Rafa Benitez senses cup glory but keeps Chelsea's champagne on ice

Manager seeks a happy ending with a trophy win for his troubled time at Stamford Bridge

Reading manager Nigel Adkins is looking for his first points since taking charge

Premier League: Reading v Liverpool match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at the Madejski

Chelsea player Ryan Bertrand
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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

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