Football: Johnson wants money back

LAWYERS FOR the Everton chairman, Peter Johnson, and Tranmere Rovers are demanding that Frank Corfe repays pounds 500,000 he allegedly owes the First Division club.

Football: Laudrup: Moral is in the morale

The plight of Brian is not one to gloat over. By Steve Tongue

Football: Laudrup given Chelsea farewell

HAVING KNOCKED FC Copenhagen out of the European Cup-Winners' Cup with Brian Laudrup's goal, Chelsea yesterday showed their gratitude by pushing through his pounds 1m transfer back to his home city, so he could play for Thursday's opponents in their four games before the Danish midwinter break.

Football: Laudrup's Chelsea goal is achieved

FC Copenhagen 0 Chelsea 1 Chelsea win 2-1 on aggregate

Football: Laudrup eager to leave Chelsea

CHELSEA SAID last night they would not let Brian Laudrup leave the club in the immediate future, but the Dane said he was determined to turn his back on his lucrative contract and return to Denmark.

Football: Laudrup praises Copenhagen

BRIAN LAUDRUP, Chelsea's Prince of Denmark, came up with an eloquent speech in praise of his countrymen from FC Copenhagen yesterday, but it is still difficult to envisage them tonight becoming the first visitors ever to win a European game at Stamford Bridge, where they play in the second round, first leg of the Cup-Winners' Cup .

Football: Laudrup will join Chelsea in summer

BRIAN LAUDRUP will join Chelsea on July 1 after agreeing a three- year contract with the Premiership club. The Danish forward will remain at Ibrox until Rangers have completed their League programme.

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