El-Hadji Diouf pictured at Millwall

Millwall: man charged in El-Hadji Diouf racism abuse investigation

Sky Sports News broadcast footage that appeared to show some of the London club's fans hurling insults at the Senegalese striker

Arrest in El-Hadji Diouf abuse incident during game at Millwall

A man has been arrested in connection with allegations of racist abuse aimed at Leeds striker El-Hadji Diouf by Millwall fans, the Metropolitan Police said.

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Striker travelled to QPR last night despite not being given permission to do so

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Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes joins Hoffenheim on loan

Brazilian was keen to secure a move back to his homeland

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Millwall face FA fine after bottles thrown at linesman

Millwall face a fine from the Football Association after several plastic bottles were thrown at a linesman during their 2-1 win in the FA Cup tie with Aston Villa at the New Den. Mark Scholes took refuge on the pitch and the hold-up led to six minutes of added time being played.

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Fulham make complaint to FA over Manchester United ticket pricing

The sides meet in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup this weekend

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Zeki Fryers has settled well at Tottenham following controversial transfer

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was furious with move

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West Ham rushing Joe Cole transfer to have him available for Manchester United

Liverpool midfielder undergoing medical today and could feature in Saturday's FA Cup tie with deal "65 per cent done"

Rafa Benitez congratulates his Chelsea players last night

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Leeds will take confidence from Chelsea troubles says Tore Andre Flo

Leeds take on Chelsea in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday

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Liverpool make grovelling apology to Fulham over transfer of Clint Dempsey

American forward became unsettled at Craven Cottage amid Liverpool speculation

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It is the perennial question for David Moyes and one he normally feels obliged to answer with reference to money, stadium capacity and his chairman Bill Kenwright's long and fruitless search for new investors: can Everton make it into the Premier League's top four?

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