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Fabio Capello, Glenn Hoddle and Mauricio Pochettino are in the running for the Spurs job

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Ivanov goal puts Bulgaria in finals

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Football: Ricken ready for debut

Borussia Dortmund's attacking midfielder, Lars Ricken, has been named in Germany's squad of 22 for the World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland in Belfast on 20 August.

Football: Lombardo's fine riposte

The sour and sorry Duncan Mackenzie was left with egg on his face at Goodison Park after Attilio Lombardo capped his Crystal Palace debut by scoring one goal and making the other.

Football: Time to earn his Spurs

This season Gerry Francis has to deliver rather more than consolidation to keep White Hart Lane happy

Football: Ravanelli still hopes to be fit for final

Bryan Robson is hopeful that Fabrizio Ravanelli will be fit to play for Middlesbrough in the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday week.

Zola power takes award

European round-up

Football: Sheringham and Shearer to reunite

It is 10 months since Alan Shearer and Teddy Sheringham last played together, 10 months in which England have made an unconvincing start in their qualifying campaign for the 1998 World Cup.

Football: Yorke's eyes on Europe

Aston Villa 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Football: Level best of Yorke

Aston Villa 1

Baggio determined to bag points for Italy

Italy face Poland tonight with the chance of opening a six-point advantage over England at the top of Group Two of the World Cup qualifiers.

Football: Robson still top choice

The Everton chairman Peter Johnson is reported to have short-listed Jurgen Klinsmann as a replacement for Joe Royle if a move to recruit the Barcelona manager Bobby Robson fails at the end of the season. The German striker has already announced his intention of quitting Bayern Munich in the summer and Johnson will hope to lure him to Goodison Park with the prospect of becoming the club's player-manager, but no further announcement will be made on the matter until Tuesday.

Football: Forest still need fresh recruits

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Nottingham Forest 1

Football: West Ham's striking quandary

West Ham face Leeds at Upton Park tonight with their search for a striker yet to bear fruit. Celtic's Pierre Van Hooijdonk is understood to be the top target, although Jurgen Klinsmann and Andy Cole have also been the subject of gossip surrounding the Upton Park club.

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