Sport Garry Monk and Chico Flores were involved in a training ground bust-up last week, the club have confirmed

A member of the public was believed to have rung the police who felt that no further action was required

Blatter full of praise for England on visit to 10 Downing Street

Sepp Blatter, the Fifa president, praised the transformation of English football since the dark days of hooliganism in the 1980s when he visited Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street yesterday as part of England's bid to stage the 2018 World Cup. Blatter also claimed if Italy had taken similar measures it would have avoided the trouble at Tuesday's match against Serbia in Genoa.

Serbia face Uefa ban after night of violence in Genoa

Serbia face a ban from international football after their supporters rioted and caused Tuesday night's Euro 2012 qualifier with Italy in Genoa to be abandoned after six minutes.

Cruise ship Fantasia serves more than 800 different dishes to 4,000 passengers every seven days

26,370 eggs, 8,745 litres of milk and 15 articulated lorries' worth of food – no eating opportunity is missed on a luxury seven-day Mediterranean cruise. So it's little wonder that the 4,000 passengers on board the 'Fantasia' gain an average 5kg, says Richard Johnson

Pompey accuse Genoa over Boateng deal

Portsmouth have complained to the authorities in England and Italy after failing to receive any money from Serie A side Genoa for the summer transfer of Ghana's Kevin-Prince Boateng.

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Crowning glory for triumphant Domingo

Extradition of 'wrong man' halted

Italian authorities have abandoned an attempt to extradite an alleged murderer from Britain after admitting they had "got the wrong man".

Milito transfer under investigation

The Italian football federation have confirmed they are investigating irregularities in the transfer of Diego Milito and Thiago Motta from Genoa to Inter Milan and will question both clubs' presidents.

Great works: The Holy Face (14th century), Anon

Church of St Bartholomew of the Armenians, Genoa

Album: John Eliot Gardiner Bach Cantatas Vol. 11 (Soli Deo Gloria)

SDG's series deriving from John Gardiner's epic 2000 pilgrimage around European churches performing Bach cantatas with the Monteverdi Choir and the English Baroque Soloists reaches Genoa and Greenwich on this latest CD set.

Crespo wants to finish season with Genoa

Veteran Argentinian striker Hernan Crespo is content to see out the remainder of the season with Genoa, despite rumours linking him with a January move away from the club.

Equestrianism: Whitakers enjoy family affair

Michael Whitaker continued to celebrate his return from a four-month ban when he rode Portofino to win yesterday's Christmas Pudding Stakes at the London International Horse Show at Olympia.

AC Milan play down Gattuso Premier League switch

AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has poured cold water on reports in the press that Premier League duo Manchester City and Chelsea are ready to make a move for Gennaro Gattuso.

Free Independent drama: Death In Genoa, featuring Simon Callow as Oscar Wilde

In the week of the 109th anniversary of Oscar Wilde’s death, The Independent is giving you an exclusive chance to listen to and download a new drama by Made in Manchester/Dark Smile, written by Thomas Wright, about the 19th Century writer, wit and raconteur.

Observations: No need to touch that dial

Blame the cold, winter nights and a need for credit-crunch friendly entertainment, but radio dramas have been enjoying a renaissance of late. The opportunities for tuning into them, though, have been limited to catching up with Radio 4 on the wireless. Now the production company Made in Manchester (MIM) have teamed up with The Independent on Independent Drama, a series of plays which can be downloaded and listened to online or on your iPod for free. Last month, a dramatisation of the final thoughts of persecuted code-breaker Alan Turing premiered online. It's followed today by Death in Genoa, Thomas Wright's fictionalised account of Oscar Wilde's Italian escapades in the late 1890s, following his release from jail. "It's the period when he was unproductive. He just gave up," says Simon Callow, who plays Wilde. "He had no money and he'd lost his subject. He wrote about society and he was now an exile from it. He was completely captivated by the idea of just having a lovely, sexy time with boys and drinking a lot. His native hedonism took over." Wilde's 18-year-old Italian lover/ rent boy is played by Samuel Barnett (The History Boys) while Joyce Branagh (sister of Kenneth) directs.

Portsmouth sign Vanden on loan

Portsmouth manager Paul Hart is set to boost his threadbare squad by completing the loan signing of Belgium international Anthony Vanden Borre.

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