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The Cameroon striker will see his deal at Stamford Bridge expire at the end of the season

New Zealand Prime Minister denies calling David Beckham 'thick'

New Zealand's prime minister has denied allegations that he called David Beckham “thick”.

David Beckham of LA Galaxy

David Beckham substituted in shock play-off defeat for LA Galaxy

David Beckham's Los Angeles Galaxy suffered a shock 1-0 home defeat by the San Jose Earthquakes in the first leg of Major League Soccer's Western Conference playoff yesterday.

Robbie Keane and Giovanni Trapattoni

Robbie Keane offers backing to under pressure Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni

Robbie Keane planted himself firmly in Giovanni Trapattoni's corner after helping the Republic of Ireland to a resounding 4-1 World Cup qualifier victory in the Faroe Islands.

Relief for Trapattoni as Irish beat Faroe Islands

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Robbie Keane and Giovanni Trapattoni

Robbie Keane says Republic of Ireland must stick together amid Giovanni Trapattoni speculation

Robbie Keane has called for a united front in Torshavn tonight as Republic of Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni hangs grimly onto his job.

David Beckham takes on child stunting

Just when you thought David Beckham had maxed out his capacity for ambassadorial sensitiveness, he lends his voice to a UNICEF column calling for action against malnutrition in children.

Robbie Keane rejected claims that Ireland should have been better prepared

Robbie Keane returns to lift Republic of Ireland for Faroes trip

Robbie Keane has travelled with the Republic of Ireland for tomorrow's Group C match in the Faroe Islands after recovering from an Achilles injury.

A giant step: Frank Lampard proudly holds the Champions' League trophy after last season's amazing victory

Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard would be welcomed by 'any club' says MLS chief

Frank Lampard would be welcomed with open arms in Major League Soccer, according to the American league's boss.

Martin Dougan: A day of action to match thrills of the opening ceremony

You've got Usain Bolt and Jessica Ennis. Now people are even starting to realise it's OK to fancy disabled people

Real Madrid outclass David Beckham and LA Galaxy in pre-season friendly

Real Madrid scored early and often in outclassing the Los Angeles Galaxy last night, opening a four-game U.S. exhibition tour with a 5-1 victory over Major League Soccer's champion.

Bradley Wiggins enjoying yesterday's historic victory

Our greatest-ever Olympian? Bradley Wiggins is even bigger than that

His achievements are staggering – and he has transformed our sporting landscape

Tim Cahill is unveiled by New York Red Bulls

Tim Cahill refuses to rule out loan return to Everton

Tim Cahill has not ruled out the possibility of returning to Everton on loan during the Major League Soccer close season - if his new club the New York Red Bulls give their consent.

Robbie Keane in action for LA Galaxy

Tottenham held to draw by LA Galaxy during pre-season tour

Tottenham were held to a 1-1 draw in a pre-season friendly by a Los Angeles Galaxy side featuring former striker Robbie Keane.

Jamie Oliver criticised David Beckham for his promotional role with Pepsi

Jamie Oliver picks a fight with David Beckham over his junk food adverts

Gary Lineker also targeted by chef in campaign for children to eat healthily

Manager Stuart Pearce has left David Beckham out of the TeamGB football squad

Gary Neville understands Stuart Pearce's decision to omit David Beckham from Team GB

Gary Neville admits he understands Team GB coach Stuart Pearce's decision to leave David Beckham out of his squad for the Olympics.

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