The incidents at the match followed an attack on Spurs supporters in the early hours of Thursday morning in a bar in Rome. Eleven people were injured in the attack, and one of them was recovering from being stabbed in the head and leg.

FA to investigate alleged anti-Semitic chanting during Tottenham and Lazio Europa League clash

The FA will pass on its own report on the alleged anti-Semitic chanting during last night's Europa League game between Lazio and Tottenham to UEFA.

Dimitar Berbatov

Premier League: Fulham v Sunderland match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Craven Cottage.

A view of Tottenham stadium White Hart Lane

Tottenham and FA receive fresh threat from Society of Black Lawyers over chants

The Society of Black Lawyers hit out at Tottenham and the Football Association after repeating its threat to go to the police over what it regards as anti-Semitic chanting at White Hart Lane.

Sharples and Youngs to start in England rejig

Stuart Lancaster has been predicting for weeks that the England team selected to start the first match of the autumn series, against Fiji on Saturday, would be different from the one that squares up to the All Blacks next month. What he did not expect was to find himself reselecting his side before a ball had been kicked or a pass thrown at Twickenham.

Mark Clattenburg is keen on a swift return to refereeing

Mark Clattenburg assistants set to give full backing to referee over 'inappropriate language' allegations

The two assistant referees and fourth official on duty in Sunday's controversial Chelsea-Manchester United clash look set to give their full support to referee Mark Clattenburg in the Football Association's forthcoming investigation, Press Association Sport understands.

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Another diving competition?

Chelsea captain John Terry

Chelsea say rumours they are negotiating sale of John Terry to Valencia are 'nonsense'

Chelsea have branded claims they are negotiating the sale of John Terry to Valencia as “nonsense”.

US forward Clint Dempsey has been training on his own

Rodgers reported by Fulham for public courting of Dempsey

Fulham have made an official complaint to the Premier League about the Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers.

Ryo Miyaichi

Ryo Miyaichi joins Wigan on loan from Arsenal

Wigan have completed the signing of the Arsenal midfielder Ryo Miyaichi on a season-long loan.

Luke Blackall: Team GB hit the town

Man About Town: All hail the new King and Queen of England

<b>Owen Hargreaves - Summer 2011</b><br/>
Ridiculed for posting videos of himself on YouTube to prove to potential suitors how fit he was, it was Owen Hargreaves who had the last laugh when Manchester City came in for him. A goal on his debut appeared to mark the return of one of England's more gifted midfielders, but injuries have yet again hampered the former Manchester United man.

Former Manchester City midfielder Owen Hargreaves trains with QPR

Owen Hargreaves is training with QPR following his release from Manchester City at the end of last season.

Dawn Approach, a son of New Approach, won at Royal Ascot

Godolphin pursue another new Dawn

False dawns have proved rather too frequent for Godolphin over recent years, but there were substantial signs of renewal both on and off the track at Royal Ascot last week. Sure enough, the Maktoums' elite stable yesterday dovetailed its new momentum with that of its breeding wing, buying a majority share in Dawn Approach. The unbeaten Coventry Stakes winner will stay with Jim Bolger for the rest of this season, but precedent suggests that he will ultimately be transferred to one of the Godolphin trainers.

Fallen For You wins the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot

Fallen For You showed style and speed in equal measure to win the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot for the red-hot John Gosden operation.

'Posh' tells the story of public school boys behaving badly

First Night: Posh, Duke of York's Theatre, London

Public schoolboys take the stage – but they're not top-class

Ticket sales fall as music festivals hit a flat note

Vince Power's Music Festivals group yesterday warned that economic woes are hitting sales at its Hop Farm Music Festival in Kent and its Benicassim event in Spain.

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