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

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If sport is war without the shooting, tomorrow's World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands in South Africa picks up a most venerable conflict.

Spanish angry at choice of English officials for final

The selection of Englishman Howard Webb to referee tomorrow's final has caused much consternation in the Spanish media.

Spanish media rue Webb appointment

Howard Webb's appointment as referee for the World Cup final has been greeted with dismay by the Spanish press.

Simon Rice: Howard Webb - no good can come of this

Howard Webb is to referee the World Cup final. Hurrah? I don’t think so.

Webb overlooked for quarter-finals

Howard Webb has missed out on the chance to referee a World Cup quarter-final.

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Everton's European hopes end as Jagielka is denied

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Mancini and Moyes wait to learn fate

Manchester City and Everton managers Roberto Mancini and David Moyes could find out later today whether they will face further action for their touchline bust-up last night.

Pavlyuchenko paves Spurs path with goals

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Carragher fighting to be fit for fourth-place battle

Liverpool are facing the prospect of having Jamie Carragher missing for their increasingly significant Premier League match against Manchester City a week on Sunday, having lost him to a groin strain during the 1-0 defeat at Arsenal on Wednesday night.

Hahnemann heroics cannot save sloppy Wolves

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Carew puts 10-man Rovers in place

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Vaughan on hand to turn tide for Everton

Everton 2 Burnley 0

Scholes transforms 'horrible' place into dream destination

Stoke City 0 Manchester United 2

Benitez rails at United's 'lucky penalty'

Liverpool manager goads Ferguson after highlighting tough run-in for title rivals
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