Sport Fernandinho alongside Manuel Pellegrini

The new signing wants points on the board before Champions League begins

Jamie Carragher: Not as moody as Roy Keane or as eager to please as Gareth Southgate

Matt Butler: Carragher's combative edge should sharpen up the studio

View From The Sofa: Liverpool v Everton, Sky Sports 1

Peter Odemwingie

QPR deny inviting Peter Odemwingie on Loftus Road trip Steve Clarke calls 'total lunacy'

Albion manager opens door for striker's return to the team but says he needs to apologise first

James Corden is in the pink (or rather, a pink women's swimsuit) as he joins synchronised swimming squad

James Corden slips into a women's swimsuit as he gets a sync-ing feeling for a TV stunt.

Robin Scott-Elliot: It's not just banter when football's homophobia is in a league of its own

View From The Sofa: A League of Their Own, Sky / French Open, ITV 1

'I am the manager's son, and there will be an occasion when a couple of the lads will be slagging off my dad'

Today's match between Southampton and Portsmouth is a crucial one for the whole Redknapp family. Jamie, now playing for his dad Harry, talks to Sam Wallace about fathers and sons, the Spice Boys and not being Posh and Becks

Saints revived by Redknapp Jnr

Northampton Town 1 Southampton 3

James Lawton: Rooney excused by culture of evasion

If Jamie Redknapp had not been hit by injury at a pivotal point of a career which had promised some considerable distinction, he might well have been performing at the Bernabeu rather than in a television studio.

Santini's ugly game hints at a beautiful future for Tottenham

Everton 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Berger finds range to plunge Tottenham into the mire

Portsmouth 2 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Joy for Juninho as Boro go to town

Middlesbrough 5 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Half-Term Report: Tottenham

Spurs lifted by Redknapp's freak strike

Blackburn Rovers 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2
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