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Uruguayan international joins on a three-month contract
The former Ajax midfielder made an eye catching debut against Norwich
The former Arsenal striker has been told to train with the reserves
Kiev hosts the crucial Group H qualifier
Johnson marked his return from a long-term injury with winning goal after Nedum Onuoha cancelled out Atdhe Nuhui opener for Wednesday
The Frenchman is eager to leave Loftus Road following the club's relegation
Southall doesn't see what 30-year-old Barton could add to the squad and would rather the club sign a younger player with more potential
Republic of Ireland defender will join squad after his Aston Villa contract expired
Hoddle believes the FA need to allow best players to go to major tournaments if he is to have any interest should Stuart Pearce leave
The defender played his final game yesterday
A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Anfield
Elliott shown second yellow but Magpies have enough in the tank to see off already-relegated Rangers
QPR beat Stoke in the penultimate game of last season, a result that ultimately kept the Hoops in the Premier League, but there was no repeat or reprieve yesterday. Relegation for Harry Redknapp’s team will be confirmed tomorrow evening in the unlikely event that Aston Villa beat Manchester United at Old Trafford, but even assuming that Villa fail, the inevitable will only be postponed.
Technocrat manager insists four wins will silence doubters and earn top-four place
Not a great deal had happened. Then Darron Gibson's considerably deflected shot trickled over the line and all faith was visibly lost. Jose Bosingwa lay slumped on the edge of the 18-yard area trying to look bothered, the head of captain Clint Hill dipped, nestling in his chest. An hour of play remained. Yet that did not seem to matter. Queens Park Rangers were emotionally battered, beaten and almost certainly, down.
England manager fears trips like Rio Ferdinand's are relegating country's games to 'lesser stage'