Sport Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey goes down injured with a thigh strain in win at West Ham.

The Wales international was arguably the best player in the Premier League in the first half of the season

Canny Redknapp keeps Milan guessing over 'struggling' Bale

Tottenham will make late decision over winger's fitness as they look to finish off illustrious Italians

Gattuso's butt on Jordan earns him four-game ban

Gennaro Gattuso has been suspended for four games by Uefa for headbutting the Tottenham Hotspur assistant coach, Joe Jordan, last week. The incident occurred at the end of Spurs' 1-0 win in San Siro, and the ban will rule the 33-year-old out of four Uefa club competition matches following the return leg at White Hart Lane, for which he was already suspended.

David Beckham treats Tottenham staff to pie and mash dinner

David Beckham bid farewell to Tottenham Hotspur by treating the club's players and backroom staff to a pie and mash dinner, manager Harry Redknapp said today.

Rafael van der Vaart injury setback for Tottenham

Rafael van der Vaart aggravated his calf injury in training yesterday but should be fit to return to action in 10 days' time, Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp revealed this morning.

Gattuso admits losing his head as Spurs overpower rattled Milan

Italian midfielder butts Jordan after Tottenham claim famous win marred by 'horrendous' Flamini tackle on Corluka

James Lawton: Spurs will forget the squalid finish and focus on how they came of age

Gattuso plays the ruffian easy enough but he is the most knowing of pros and his purpose was plain enough. He was hell-bent on stoking up emotion in his team

Eurozone: Ozil eases Real to victory over Atletico

Real Madrid wasted little time in restoring their one-point advantage over Barcelona at the top of La Liga last night as they raced into a 2-0 lead over Atletico in the first 19 minutes of the Madrid derby at the Bernabeu.

Wenger demands title 'focus' for run-in

The Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger believes that consistency will now determine the destination of this season's Premier League title and that his side have the momentum to carry them through. To that end he is demanding the utmost focus from his squad and has suspended all contract talks with players like William Gallas, Sol Campbell and Mikaël Silvestre.

Flamini dismisses interest from England

AC Milan midfielder Mathieu Flamini would rather remain at the San Siro than return to England amid reports the Rossoneri are set to offer the France international a new deal.

Huntelaar to stay with AC Milan

Holland striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar is to stay at AC Milan for the rest of the season.

Next four games will make or break Arsenal

Villa, United, Chelsea and Liverpool – it's the toughest of runs for any title contenders

Police step in as Tevez launches new tirade

Neville is a 'moron', says City striker as Greater Manchester Police call for an end to clubs' hostilities

Manchester City interested in Gago and Flamini

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is reportedly interested in signing midfield duo Fernando Gago and Mathieu Flamini before the transfer window closes.

Transfer Talk: Pulis denies Beattie move

Stoke City Manager Tony Pulis has dismissed reports linking James Beattie with a £3m move from the Britannia Stadium. Reports linked the former England international with a move to Wolves, but Pulis says there has been no contact: "I would expect Mick [McCarthy, Wolves manager] to ring me if they were interested, and he hasn't."

AC Milan deny receiving Manchester City offer for Flamini

AC Milan have not heard from Manchester City regarding French midfielder Mathieu Flamini.

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