Sport Shining example: Dan Carter sports the cap he received for making his 100th Test appearance

His eye an egg, Chris Robshaw convinced as the vanquished captain, but looking around the pitch at the close, having briefly led the best team in the world, there was vindication as well as the scars.

Ripley revels in surprise recall

Glenn Moore on the return of a `forgotten' winger to the England fold

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Watford 0 Bury 0

Live review; David Baddiel Richmond Theatre, London

Most battle-hardened comedians can show off their scars from ferocious encounters with ruthless hecklers. But what if you're heckled by your own mother? Just such a traumatising experience befell David Baddiel at the Richmond Theatre on Sunday night. Mid-way through the second half, Mrs Baddiel took the opportunity to complain about the seat her son had reserved for her. "It's right at the back," she called out from the depths of the Dress Circle. "Why haven't we got the Royal Box?"

Football: Bleep and bluster show

THAT WAS THE WEEKEND THAT WAS

Taylor made for a week of England excess

Sport on TV

Walker rewrites history

It Is in the nature of football that not many managers are given the chance - or would even want - to have a crack at a club a second time, and when they do the experience is often a fraught one. Malcolm Allison had made Crystal Palace famous, but his return was a flop; Howard Kendall could not reproduce the glory days at Everton; the Watford Graham Taylor transformed a decade earlier was resistant to his powers when he turned up at Vicarage Road again last season.

Gazza fears refuelled

Ian Ridley says Glenn Hoddle will continue to be a good health guide

SPORTING VERNACULAR No 10 COACH

As in sport, so in language, there are no winners without losers. If "coach" is the rising star, its defeated adversary is "manager". There is a cruel Darwinian logic governing the sporting lexicon: managers are a dying breed, while coaches are multiplying like rabbits.

Venables keeps his players on the ball

Football

Leicester reach play-offs as Watford are relegated

Watford 0 Leicester City 1

Say a little prayer

Jim White offers Glenn Hoddle a crash course on the worst job in English football

Watford suffer second defeat under Taylor

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England take a short cut

Jack Rowell's long-term strategy has been shelved in the pragmatic search for success in Scotland. Steve Bale reports

Taylor in frame as Roeder leaves Watford

Speculation that Graham Taylor, the former England manager, is set for a return to his old club was mounting last night after Watford parted company with their manager, Glenn Roeder.
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Martha Stewart has flying robot

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