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West Ham United 0 Manchester United 1

Zola ready for fresh journey to final frontier

Hartlepool 0 West Ham United 2

Wales Under-21, 2 England Under-21, 3: Agbonlahor strikes to secure slim advantage for England

Brave Wales made England fight all the way but Stuart Pearce's side surely have one foot in the European Under-21 Championship finals after a cracker of a match at Ninian Park.

Don't hammer us yet, says Hughes

Manchester City play host to West Ham and the two managers agree that their fans have to calm down. Steve Tongue reports

Ferdinand worried by young England

Two more names for the future at Manchester United. The Brazilian twins Fabio and Rafael Da Silva glittered on their full debuts in the side's friendly win at Peterborough on Monday night – Rafael particularly – much to the delight of the club's manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, who, having spotted them at the Nike-sponsored Premier Cup for Under-15 sides worldwide, had waited a year for the chance to play them.

Manchester City 1, West Ham United 1: Eriksson lowers sights after City stumble again

Sven Goran Eriksson spoke more presciently than he probably anticipated when cautioning, amid the delirium of Manchester City's golden start to this season, that the real test would come in the depths of winter, when some of his imports were used to putting their feet up for a few weeks. The roller coaster has been slowing for some time and it had truly grounded here, in a game as grey as the soggy Manchester day which delivered it up.

Thatcher can 'easily' prove he was not involved in coup plot, lawyer claims

Sir Mark Thatcher will "easily" be able to prove he had nothing to do with an alleged coup plot in the oil-rich west African state of Equatorial Guinea, his lawyer said yesterday, despite the jailing of his close friend Simon Mann on arms charges.

'Immortal cell' will save millions of lab animals

MILLIONS of laboratory animals that die each year in scientific research could be saved by a new approach to growing animal cells in the test-tube.

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