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Clattenburg content with his decision to 'play advantage'

Manchester United 2 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Owen targeting England recall

Manchester United striker Michael Owen is determined to resume his England career.

Lampard and Terry out as England go lame

Groin surgery for Chelsea midfielder while Scholes is too old and Arteta is too Spanish

Gary Lineker criticises son's elite school

BBC football host Gary Lineker attacked an elite British private school today for failing to get his son into university.

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Flashback: No 14. Italy 1990: Gascoigne shines in the crying game for England

Paul Gascoigne surges past German defender Klaus Augenthaler during the World Cup semi-final at the Stadio delle Alpi in Turin in 1990.

Italia 90: When England were out of this world

From jeers to cheers then tears, the 1990 World Cup finals had it all. In this exclusive feature, Simon Hart looks at the football, tactics and music to discover what made it so special and why its impact reverberates today

Jonathan Ross 'wrestled to ground' by show guests

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Gary Lineker gives up his 'Mail on Sunday' column over paper's Triesman exposé

Gary Lineker is to stop writing his Mail on Sunday column in protest at its exposé of Lord Triesman which led to his resignation as chairman of the Football Association and England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup.

Gary Lineker: It would be hypocritical of me to take payment from MoS

Exclusive: This story goes against the national interest because the country is behind the 2018 bid

Caroline Quentin: 'I'm canny, but not very bright'

Caroline Quentin doesn't often get recognised these days. Occasionally, a cab driver might ask, "where have I seen you before?", or she'll get talking to a woman, in the loos of a restaurant, who will recall, with great conviction, that she was at their sister's wedding .

Storrie hits out at Match of the Day pundits

Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has slammed Match of the Day's TV pundits over comments about the poor state of the club's finances.

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