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The Special One ramps up the tension ahead of Monday night's match

Asian tycoon Li Ka-Shing’s empire takes up to £630m from blackout energy firm

The Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing’s offshore-controlled family companies could have channelled as much as £630m in the past three years out of the UK electricity distribution network blamed for the Christmas blackouts.

Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed he will be leaving AC Milan at the end of the season

AC Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri confirms he will leave the club at the end of the season

Milan are already 27 points behind Serie A leaders Juventus in 13th position and Allegri admits he will not be in charge of the club beyond the summer

Jack in the box: Jack Colback fires in the second Sunderland goal in injury time at the Cardiff City Stadium

Cardiff City 2 Sunderland 2 match report: Jack Colback stuns hopeful Cardiff with late leveller

Cardiff were cruising at 2-0 up but two goals in final stages gives Sunderland a share of the points

Charlton Athletic have confirmed they are in takeover talks with a Belgian millionaire

Charlton Athletic announce takeover talks are taking place with Belgian millionaire Rolan Duchatelet

Addicks chairman Michael Slater confirmed that 'very constructive discussions' had taken place over a proposed £14m takeover

The FCA racks up a record total of £472m in fines in its first year

FCA will take action where the expected standards are not met

In Brief: Australia extends Serco Christmas Island deal

Australia extends Serco Christmas Island deal

Serco, the outsourcing giant which repaid £68.5m to the UK Ministry of Justice last week, has received a vote of confidence from the Australian government. It has extended Serco’s contract with its border protection department to run 17 detention centres in the country’s mainland and on Christmas Island.

South Sudanese soldiers in Juba, where the conflict, which began on 15 December, has killed hundreds

South Sudan rebels take their battle to the oilfields

Campaign group warns that if rebel forces capture the country's assets, they could 'hold the government to ransom'

Charles Saatchi with his wife, Nigella Lawson, in March last year

Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi: Though they have more money, the rich are not so different

As has been shown all too vividly, the rich remain human, with everything that brings

SABMiller chairman Graham Mackay dies aged 64

Graham Mackay, the man credited for turning SABMiller into the world’s second-largest brewer, died this morning at the age of 64.

Eden Hazard celebrates scoring his penalty

Video gallery: meet Google's new robotic circus

Google's recent acquisition of Boston Dynamics means that the search giant now has access to bots that can stride, gallop and leap - see below to take a look at some of the most fascinating and advanced robots on YouTube

Millionaire Arpad Busson to merge his hedge fund firm with Gottex

Arpad “Arki” Busson, one of the world’s best-known hedge-fund managers, is set to merge his $3 billion (£1.83 billion) EIM Group with Switzerland’s listed Gottex Fund Management to create a business managing $10 billion by mid-2014.

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay wants to make three new signings in January

Transfer news: Cardiff City will look to strengthen in January with three new signings, despite £30m summer spending spree

Mackay is looking for a defender, midfielder and striker in order to further strengthen the Bluebird's survival campaign

Transfer news: Manchester United target Koke not keen on January move

The Atletico Madrid midfielder wants to remain in Spain for now

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