Sport Tim Sherwood has taken temporary charge of Tottenham after andre Villas-Boas was sacked

Fabio Capello, Glenn Hoddle and Mauricio Pochettino are in the running for the Spurs job

Waldemar Fornalik, the Poland coach, could be taking charge of the team for the last time

England v Poland: Poles hope spirit of 1973 can warm 18,000 supporters at Wembley for World Cup qualifier

“We will do all we can to ensure the fans can go home  in a happy mood”

Arrival of Samuel Eto'o talked up by Chelsea captain John Terry

The striker has joined on a one-year deal

Newcastle striker Papiss Cissé heads home the winning goal last night

Newcastle v Anzhi Makhachkala: Alan Pardew praises injury time goal hero Papiss Cisse

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Newcastle striker Papiss Cissé heads home the winning goal last night
The Newcastle manager believes the first leg will be a close affair

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The Magpies play at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium

Alan Pardew: Newcastle’s manager appreciates the owner’s support

Alan Pardew says it would be a 'massive' result if Newcastle beat Anzhi Makhachkala

The Magpies meet the vanquishers of Liverpool in the Europa League on Thursday

Rafael Benitez shouts instructions to his players last night

Chelsea fans don't have to worry now, says furious Rafael Benitez as exit is confirmed

Interim manager insists Chelsea supporters should have given him more respect but they will get their way because he has no intention of sticking around

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Brendan Rodgers talks up fitness of Liverpool team ahead of Everton clash

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers spoke of his confidence in the physical condition of his players after the strong side he opted to pick ahead of this weekend's Merseyside derby defeated Anzhi Makhachkala 1-0 at Anfield.

Brad Jones in action for Liverpool against Reading

Liverpool focused on Europa League despite looming Merseyside derby insists assistant Colin Pascoe

Liverpool assistant boss Colin Pascoe insists the club's players are fully focused on tomorrow's Europa League clash with Anzhi Makhachkala and that they will not be distracted by thoughts of the Merseyside derby.

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<b>Nemanja Vidic</b><br/>
Vidic missed the final five months of last season after snapping his cruciate ligament in the Champions League defeat to Basle, and missed Sunday's clash with Liverpool with tightness in his knee. He underwent surgery today and will miss the next eight weeks with the injury.

Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic linked with Anzhi Makhachkala

Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic has emerged as a target for Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala.

Capello will succeed Dick Advocaat after the Dutchman's contract expired

Capello lands Russia job

Russia have chosen the former England manager Fabio Capello to take charge of the national team the country's FA said yesterday. The 66-year-old Italian, who quit as England coach in February, said he was happy to work in Russia. "It will be a wonderful adventure, as Russia is a great country," he said.

Sir Alex Ferguson (left): £4m per year, Roberto Mancini: £7.5m per year

Roberto Mancini beats Alex Ferguson again as he signs deal worth £37.5m at Manchester City

City manager doubles his money by agreeing five-year contract which leaves rival in the shade

Bert van Marwijk's side stumbled out of Euro 2012 at the group stage

Divided Netherlands begin hunt for new coach after Bert van Marwijk quits

Speculation is already rife over who will replace Bert van Marwijk as coach of the Netherlands, the biggest underachievers of Euro 2012, and there are no shortage of candidates.

Samba linked to £12m Anzhi deal

Christopher Samba was on the verge of leaving Blackburn last night with big-spending Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala reported to be close to completing a £12m deal for the central defender.

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