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

Captain Neville sets a striking example

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Everton 3: Hard-working veteran bags rare goal to keep Wolves in the bottom three

Everton maintain late-season push

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Wolves: 'Jarvo' may have to go if cash flows

Mick McCarthy admits Wolves will face a battle to keep winger and new England cap Matt Jarvis if they receive a big-money offer from one of the leading Premier League clubs.

Newcastle must retain Premier League status says Alan Pardew

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is acutely conscious of what is at stake as he looks to guide the club to Barclays Premier League safety.

Wolves strong enough to stay up without me, insists injured Doyle

Injured wolves striker Kevin Doyle is backing Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Steven Fletcher to provide the quality in his absence to keep Mick McCarthy's side in the Premier League. Doyle could be out for the remainder of the campaign with a knee ligament injury suffered while on duty for the Republic of Ireland at the weekend.

Doyle out of Wolves' fight against relegation following knee injury

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Mick McCarthy expects to remain Wolves manager

Mick McCarthy believes he will be manager of Wolves next season whether or not they are relegated from the Barclays Premier League.

The Millwall reject who has won his country's backing

Matt Jarvis's work ethic saw him overcome failure and reach the England squad. Sam Wallace speaks to those behind his rise

Matt Jarvis determined to impress Fabio Capello

England new boy Matt Jarvis intends to win over Fabio Capello on the training pitch after receiving his first call from the Italian.

Beleaguered Houllier receives Villa backing

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Misery mounts for Houllier as Jarvis stirs relegation pot

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McCarthy plans to keep O'Hara

Mick McCarthy, the Wolves manager, has revealed his desire to sign on loan Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara on a permanent basis. But any deal for a player valued in excess of £5m would be dependent on Wolves maintaining their Premier League status.

Jermain Defoe targets 100th Tottenham goal against AC Milan

Jermain Defoe has set his sights on scoring his 100th Tottenham goal in Wednesday's Champions League return clash with AC Milan after ending his Barclays Premier League drought.

Spurs hooked on thrills and spills as Milan await

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Ireland feels settled and 'ready to go' after welcome in Newcastle

Stephen Ireland has promised not to let anybody down as he prepares to make his debut for Newcastle this weekend. Midfielder Ireland has shaken off the knee injury he arrived with at St James' Park after joining the North-east side on loan until the end of the season from Aston Villa a month ago.

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The England coach leaves players to find solutions - which makes you wonder where he adds value, says Ian Herbert
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