Sport Roy Keane and Martin O’Neill were on television pundit duty for Manchester United's Champions League match against Real Sociedad

The duo were confirmed as the new management team of the national side last night

Wolves’ good housekeeping has made life difficult on the pitch for manager Mick McCarthy

Wolves chief executive defends owner Steve Morgan's dressing room intervention

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey insists club owner Steve Morgan's dressing-room outburst after the home defeat by Liverpool earlier this month did not contribute to Mick McCarthy's downfall as manager.

Suarez has struggled for goals this season

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There is no denying he is supremely gifted, but a top striker must net more than five out of 76 goal attempts

‘I will gladly go to jail in the name of free speech,’ says Joey Barton (left)

Deadly Doyle keeps owner off McCarthy's back

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Doyle inspires comeback at QPR

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Andy Carroll wheels away after putting Liverpool on their way to a win at Wolves

Carroll marks transfer anniversary in style

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Liverpool 3 (Carroll 52, Bellamy 61, Kuyt 78)

Wolves have quality to survive insists Michael Kightly

Winger Michael Kightly insists Wolves have enough quality to survive in the Barclays Premier League despite dropping into the bottom three for the first time this season.

Mancini has twice recently been criticised for his touchline conduct

Managers turn on Mancini over his card-waving actions at referee

The Football Association considers Roberto Mancini's habit of waving imaginary cards at officials to be unsportsmanlike, though last night it was criticism from his peers that looked most likely to force him to desist from repeating the gesture.

Mancini has twice recently been criticised for his touchline conduct

Managers turn on Mancini over his red-card gestures

Mick McCarthy joins criticism of Italian and blames 'cultural differences'

Modric changes tack after Spurs stand firm over Chelsea interest

Luka Modric targets Tottenham victory against Manchester City

Tottenham can haul themselves back in to the title race by pulling off a shock victory in Sunday's showdown at Manchester City, according to playmaker Luka Modric.

Spurs held to disappointing draw against Wolves

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Nenad Milijas saw red for a perfectly good challenge

Wolves midfielder Nenad Milijas frustrated by ban

Wolves midfielder Nenad Milijas has revealed his frustration at the three-match ban which has ruined his New Year.

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1: Loans system is not ideal, but it does serve a purpose

Being dropped was 'worst moment' says Wolves captain Roger Johnson

Wolves skipper Roger Johnson has admitted being axed from the side earlier this month was "the worst moment" of his career.

Wenger knows a slip-up could cost Arsenal dearly as they are just two points ahead of sixth-place Liverpool

Wenger admits festive games could define Arsenal's season

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged his team to gain a stranglehold in the top four during a run of winter games which he admits could define the club's season.

Wolves midfielder Edwards relishing return from injury

Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards is hoping for an injury-free 2012 as he prepares to rejoin Wolves' battle for Barclays Premier League survival in Tuesday's clash with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

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