Sport Gus Poyet gestures during last weekend's 2-2 draw with Southampton

The Black Cats remain in the relegation places despite an upturn in form

Kenny Dalglish keen to tame 'wild' expectations

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has warned the success he has enjoyed in his first five months in charge will not be replicated next season if complacency sets in.

James Lawton: Wenger's hard-luck story is to be fated never to see where the true fault rests

Such lack of impact when there is so much to play for seems to be rooted in the way of Arsenal's thinking and spirit and character

Families in plea for Dalglish knighthood

The families of the 96 Liverpool fans killed in the Hillsborough disaster have requested that Kenny Dalglish receives a knighthood.

A Day That Shook The World: Hillsborough stadium disaster

On 15 April 1989, the Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield became the scene of one of the blackest days in British sporting history.

The Report, By Jessica Francis Kane

A wartime tragedy revisited

Hillsborough group against terrace idea

Proposals to bring back standing areas at football grounds have been criticised by the Hillsborough Family Support Group.

Hillsborough group condemn standing proposals

Proposals to bring back standing areas at football grounds have been blasted by the Hillsborough Family Support Group (HFSG).

Liverpool v Manchester United youth tie marred by Hillsborough abuse

Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has branded the Manchester United fans who sang vile chants about the Hillsborough and Heysel disasters at yesterday's Youth Cup tie at Anfield as "disgusting".

Greenhoff seeks new chapter in Stokelore – but he can't turn page

Blond who bombed down the wing endured four Cup semi-final defeats but believes the Potters can finally lift the trophy this time, writes Phil Shaw

Kenny Dalglish inspired by Liverpool return

Kenny Dalglish admits he has found a new zest for life since being asked to return to the Liverpool manager's hotseat almost seven weeks ago.

Dalglish grateful for second chance in Europe

Scot rues side's ban during his first spell as Liverpool manager but regrets the Heysel tragedy even more

Megson takes over at Hillsborough

Sheffield Wednesday have appointed Gary Megson as manager on a three-and-a-half year deal, replacing Alan Irvine.

Irvine sacked as Wednesday slump

Sheffield Wednesday have sacked their manager Alan Irvine after just over a year in charge at Hillsborough.

Sheffield Wednesday sack manager Alan Irvine

Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric has confirmed manager Alan Irvine has been sacked after just over a year in charge at Hillsborough.

Morrison on spot to sink 10-man Bulls

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