Football moved on at White Hart Lane last night, with relief and gratitude. This was not quite an ordinary FA Cup quarter-final, and there was a very dignified nod to the events of 10 days ago before the game and at half-time.
The rules regarding penalties have changed, according to Andre Villas-Boas.
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Football's a funny old game, never more so than in 2011 when those involved opened their mouths – or took to their mobiles
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and Chelsea counterpart Carlo Ancelotti have both received warnings from the Football Association for making comments about Howard Webb before their recent Barclays Premier League clash.
Gary Neville has admitted a cynicism about testimonials has emerged over the past few years.
A Football Association regulatory commission has warned Sir Alex Ferguson as to his future conduct in relation to recent comments about referee Howard Webb.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association over comments made about referee Howard Webb in the build-up to last Sunday's Premier League title clash between Manchester United and Chelsea at Old Trafford.
Roger Carr, the tycoon who saw through the sale of the 200-year-old British company Cadbury to the US multinational Kraft in February, has been knighted for services to industry in today's New Year Honours list.
Interview No 4: The World Cup showpiece was a nightmare to control, but England's leading referee tells Sam Wallace it was his proudest day
Bulgarian's hat-trick secures 3-2 win over Liverpool as Ferguson insists side should have won by a 'cricket score'
Holland have been somewhat ungracious in defeat.
Bert van Marwijk tried to blame the Netherlands' defeat on English referee Howard Webb last night after his side's negative approach failed to stop Spain in the World Cup final.
Howard Webb's appointment as referee for the World Cup final has been greeted with dismay by the Spanish press.
Howard Webb has missed out on the chance to referee a World Cup quarter-final.
Fifa is demanding a fresh crackdown on dangerous tackles. England's top referee tells Sam Wallace why he's the man for the job