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The National Audit Office (NAO) will carry out a value-for-money review of the BBC's move to Media City in Salford later this year.

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The night of light entertainment that never leaves a dry eye in the house

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Terry tensions leave England heading for fall

Opinion is split over captain's demotion but there is unanimity in the feeling that Capello's chances in Poland and Ukraine this summer will be seriously harmed by the repercussions

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Harry Redknapp believes that his current Tottenham Hotspur team would beat even the 1989-90 vintage, the last Spurs side to finish third in the league.

Robin Scott-Elliot: Of boyhood heroes, herring and the bottom line in footballing excellence

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Will Hawkes: Pearce provides champagne moments but Lawrenson needs a few beers

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We are told that he was deeply anxious about the effect on his image of writing a column for the News of the World

All the figures show that Capello's tired excuse is nothing more than that

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Robin Scott-Elliot: And the winners are (although not literally)... Jamie and Ray

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Gary Lineker backs Barcelona to beat Manchester United

Former England and Barcelona striker Gary Lineker believes Manchester United will need luck if they are to win Saturday's Champions League final against his former club.

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Ryan Giggs is not in the least bit surprised at Wayne Rooney's return to form.

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The three English clubs remaining in the Champions League will be holding their breath when Gary Lineker makes the draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals tomorrow.

Letter from the editor: An eventful week for you, and i

It’s all changed round here in the wake of the rather unfortunate incidents that saw the football pundits Andy Gray and Richard Keys lose their jobs. Walk past the sports desk these days and no longer will you hear ribald jokes and manly laughter, merely the tap-tap-tapping of the keyboards punctuated by the odd comment from the sports editor about how much more exciting women’s tennis is these days.

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