Sport Patrice Evra, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic of Manchester United pose with the Carling Cup trophy in the dressing room after their 2006 win

The United captain gave the 2006 medal to former team-mate Giuseppe Rossi

Football: Rovers stunned by Saha strike

KENNY DALGLISH, Ruud Gullit - the identity of the manager does not seem to matter. Newcastle might frustrate in the League, but when it comes to the FA Cup they assume a more compelling nature.

Football: Shearer double strike

Newcastle United 4 Coventry City 1

Football: Leeds undone by Solano strike

Leeds United 0

Football: Gullit sings praises of the Blues

Newcastle United 0 Chelsea 1

Football: Past about to catch up with Gullit

Pride is at stake for the Newcastle manager as former protege brings title-chasing Chelsea to St James' Park

Football: Weekend guide to the Premiership - Newcastle v Chelsea Last season: 3-1

THE FRENCH defender Didier Domi looks likely to get his Premiership debut as Newcastle United manager Ruud Gullit welcomes his former club Chelsea to St James' Park this afternoon. A late decision will be taken on the inclusion of Domi's compatriot Louis Saha, who joined the club on loan until the end of the season as cover for injured striker Duncan Ferguson. Gullit also has captain Rob Lee and defender Steve Howey back from injury. Newcastle have lost only once at home in the past 19 visits of today's opponents, 3-1 in November 1985.

Football: Clubs advised to nurture home talent

ENGLAND'S professional football clubs have been warned to maintain a balance between signing expensive foreign imports and developing home- grown talent as they look to strengthen their squads over the summer.
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BBC producers didn't want to broadcast Sir David Attenborough's famed Rwandan encounter
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