Sport Arsene Wenger gestures on the sidelines during Arsenal's win over Newcastle

The former FA chairman had said that managers were setting a 'terrible example' for their players in the way they behave on the sidelines

Howard Webb: 'When I got the final I wanted to stand up and scream'

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

Hit and miss for Rodallega as Wigan draw comfort

Wigan Athletic 1 Bolton Wanderers 1

Berbatov saves United from 'travesty'

Bulgarian's hat-trick secures 3-2 win over Liverpool as Ferguson insists side should have won by a 'cricket score'

United away is daunting but Konchesky's having a ball

After playing in less intense London derbies, Reds new boy will relish the real deal today

Bruce brings in Webb to fix Black Cats' ill discipline

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has drafted in World Cup final referee Howard Webb in a bid to rein in his repeat offenders.

Holland: The worst losers in sport?

Holland have been somewhat ungracious in defeat.

Leading article: No thanks

Howard Webb's wife, Kay, still has "every confidence" in her husband. Thank goodness for that because football referees must sometimes wonder if they can do right in anyone's eyes, even their own wives.

Mark Steel: Even in Greenland, passions run deep for the Oranje and La Roja

The population of a packed Old Trafford, incidentally, is 11,000 more than the whole of Greenland

Howard Webb flies home to his family, insults ringing in his ears

Two years ago Howard Webb became the most hated man in Poland. This morning he will return to his home in Rotherham having added Holland to his list of no-go nations, following his record-breaking performance as the referee in Sunday's fractious World Cup final.

Liverpool wait for Torres injury news

When Howard Webb was appointed as the referee for the World Cup final I wrote a piece entitled ‘Howard Webb – no good can come of this’.

Simon Rice: Howard Webb - no good did come of it

When Howard Webb was appointed as the referee for the World Cup final I wrote a piece entitled ‘Howard Webb - no good can come of this’.

Gary Newbon: Howard Webb did the best he could

The European Champions Spain have become the World Champions for the first time in their first final-and deserved it. They were the better side with better players.

Dutch media blame 'chump' Webb for defeat

The Dutch media today labelled English referee Howard Webb a "chump" following his controversial display in Holland's 1-0 defeat to Spain in the World Cup final last night.

Orange tears flow as Dutch dreams wrecked

The Netherlands

Van Marwijk rages at Webb as crowds jeer

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.

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