Peter Odemwingie
Chris Samba

Christopher Samba completes move to QPR for a fee thought to be £12.5m

Defender joins from Anzhi Makhachkala in a club record deal

Forest’s Dexter Blackstock (left) and Derby’s Richard Keogh compete for the ball yesterday

Dexter Blackstock's red for Nottingham Forest opens the way for Derby Country

Nottingham Forest 0 Derby County 1

Jermaine Jenas excited by Aston Villa opportunity

Jermaine Jenas is looking to rediscover his best form at Aston Villa after moving from Tottenham on a season-long loan.

Jermaine Jenas labels referee 'inexperienced' and decision 'harsh'

Jermaine Jenas claims Tottenham's chances of making the Champions League semi-final have been severely hampered by the "rash" decision of the "inexperienced" referee who sent Peter Crouch off last night.

Ledley King facing surgery decision

Injury-plagued Tottenham captain Ledley King is set to visit a specialist in Denmark on Monday to determine whether he needs an operation on his troublesome groin injury.

Jermaine Jenas: There are easier places than LA to see us being pipped to first by the US

View From the Sunlounger: The idea that Capello was ever going to allow players to pick apart his selections is just utter nonsense

Lampard and Gerrard back in the centre as Capello gambles

Coach to play pair together despite failure of past regimes to make partnership work

Matthew Norman: No wonder the Queen raised an eyebrow while she read it

She may not be a genius but she's clever enough to know that she's parroting gibberish

Redknapp wants Pavlyuchenko to prove worth

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has told Roman Pavlyuchenko to prove he is worth a regular starting place when he features in tonight's Carling Cup clash against Everton.

Gomes hopes for chance to give Chelsea dose of blues

The Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes is in contention to make a comeback from his groin injury this weekend against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Great enthusiast leaves behind his pepper pots

Sir Bobby's love of the game was echoed in fans' affection

Jenas leaves luckless Albion with little hope

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Webb admits to error over Old Trafford penalty

Referee Howard Webb has admitted he was wrong to award a penalty to Manchester United in their Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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