News Andy Gray and Richard Keys at the Sony Radio Academy Awards in 2012

Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini

Roberto Mancini claim 'nonsense', says Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Roberto Mancini of talking “nonsense” with his claim that the Premier League's lesser teams show fear against Manchester United while giving everything against Manchester City.

Michael Kightly's goal for Stoke wasn't enough to keep his side afloat

Stoke 1 Aston Villa 3 match report: Matthew Lowton provides Villa with highlight to put Tony Pulis in deeper peril

Aston Villa will probably not want to release a DVD to commemorate this season. There are, after all, only so many times you can ask your supporters to watch being denied a place in a Wembley final by Bradford City. However, if they did, the goal from Matthew Lowton that decided this match would certainly be the highlight.

Roy Hodgson talks to Wayne Rooney

Montenegro v England: Steven Gerrard hails performance and discipline of Wayne Rooney

Manchester United scored the opening goal of the game

Michael Owen

Michael Owen retirement: The reaction

The former Liverpool striker will retire at the end of the season

Joleon Lescott, Chris Smalling, Steven Caulker and Steven Taylor

Michael Owen: Ten greatest goals

The former Liverpool and England striker announces retirement

Wayne Rooney

PSG, Manchester City, Real Madrid: Which clubs could Wayne Rooney join?

Speculation is mounting that the Manchester United striker's days at Old Trafford are numbered

Robert Huth

Robert Huth 'let himself down' says Stoke City manager Tony Pulis

Huth will serve a three match ban having opted not to contest a violent conduct charge

Mauricio Pochettino
Michael Owen

Michael Owen 'has no point to prove' says Stoke manager Tony Pulis

Stoke striker has made just six appearances this summer

Mauricio Pochettino challenges Michael Owen at the 2002 World Cup

Who is Mauricio Pochettino?

Southampton make shock decision to sack Nigel Adkins and replace him with Mauricio Pochettino

Jon Walters reacts after missing a penalty

Jon Walters will recover says team-mate Asmir Begovic following nightmare game

Stoke striker scored two own goals and missed a penalty

Football review 2012: The flops of the year

A look back at the year in football

Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam

Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam to miss Tottenham match

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Nikica Jelavic and Marouane Fellaini

Darron Gibson compares Nikica Jelavic to Michael Owen and Ruud van Nistelrooy

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Peter Crouch (L) of Stoke City celebrates scoring his second goal with Michael Kightly (R)

Stoke hopeful Peter Crouch will be fit for Aston Villa meeting

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