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

United fall in with the goal rush

Manchester United 5 Tottenham Hotspur 2

Rooney brings United back from the dead

Manchester United 5 Tottenham Hotspur 2: Talisman strikes twice to inspire furious fightback as Ferguson's men benefit from disputed penalty

Adebayor insists Gunners still on target for title

Emmanuel Adebayor maintains that Arsenal "still have the chance to do something" in the title race despite slipping out of the top four of the Premier League.

Crystal Palace 1 Bristol City 2: Warnock protests after City flex muscles at Palace

Crystal Palace's manager Neil Warnock wrote in these pages on Saturday that his most enjoyable journey home this season followed a superb rearguard action at Stoke and that the worst was after conceding a late equalising goal at Bristol City in February. The trip back along the M4 following tomorrow night's second leg of the Championship semi-final play-off is likely to set a new high or low, depending on whether his team can overcome the advantage that City established on Saturday with David Noble's superb 30-yard shot in the third minute of added time.

Aston Villa 0 Sunderland 1: Black Cats earn vital lifeline

Chopra's late winner ends desperate away run and raises hopes of survival

Stoke City 1 Burnley 1: Lawrence tells Pulis to get tough as Stoke start to wobble

There are all kinds of methods for dealing with the excruciating pressure building up in the race to claim one of the three £50m prizes up for grabs in the Championship promotion contest. The mental issues are now just as vital as the physical ones and Liam Lawrence is all in favour of a good old-fashioned tongue-lashing from Tony Pulis, rather than the reverse psychology being used by his manager.

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