Criscito faces fixing inquiry

The Italy defender Domenico Criscito will be questioned by the Italian Football Federa-tion over his alleged role in the match-fixing scandal on 16 July.

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In demand striker Edinson Cavani 'doesn't want to move' say Napoli

Italian club Napoli have insisted that their star striker Edinson Cavani is not for sale and does not want to leave.

Deals of the week: Burgundy; the Azores; Med cruise

Under £200... Cresta has a week-long family holiday in Burgundy for £189pp. The price is based on two adults and two children departing on 25 August, with P&O ferry crossing from Dover to Calais and a self-catering chalet at Le Grand Bois near Nevers, with kids' club. Crestaholidays.co.uk

Arsenal defender Johan Djourou denies transfer speculation

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Deals of the week: Lille; New Forest; Med cruise

Less than £200: Cresta Holidays has a three-night break in the French city of Lille for £155pp. The package on offer includes travel on Eurostar from London St Pancras on 30 July and B&B accommodation at the simple but central Comfort Hotel Opera (crestaholidays.co.uk).

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Aleph announce withdrawal from America's Cup

As Prada fashion house boss Patrizio Bertelli celebrates in Palermo on Wednesday the launch of his latest bid to win the America’s Cup, two teams have announced their withdrawal from next week’s world series regatta in Naples.

Navy chief's April Fool sails close to the wind

Sailors aboard three Israeli missile ships were on the verge of weighing anchor for a 10-day exercise abroad only to find out the entire operation was the Israeli naval chief's idea of an April Fool's prank.

Daniel Sturridge (left) larks about at training yesterday. Chelsea will need the striker on top form tonight

Di Matteo: Captain Terry out of City game with calf injury

Chelsea's John Terry will miss the game at Manchester City tonight as he has a calf problem.

Frank Lampard (right) and Didier Drogba celebrate after Chelsea's extra-time win over Napoli at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday

Can old brigade lead Chelsea to biggest prize?

Lampard and Co believe that age is irrelevant, it is desire that counts and that they have in abundance

Chelsea v Napoli player ratings

Man for man marking from Stamford Bridge

Branislav Ivanovic celebrates his extra-time winner

Ivanovic's goal extra special for Chelsea

Chelsea 4 (Drogba 29, Terry 47, Lampard pen 75, Ivanovic 105) Napoli 1 (Inler 55) After extra time; Chelsea win 5-4 on aggregate

Chelsea players celebrate after John Terry scored the side's second

Quarters await after lengthy battle by Chelsea's old guard

Chelsea 4 Napoli 1 (AET, Chelsea win 5-4 on aggregate)

John Terry said the former England manager Fabio Capello had 'stood up' for him

Terry grateful to Capello for 'standing by me'

John Terry spoke for the first time last night about Fabio Capello's resignation as England manager and thanked the Italian coach for standing by him in spite of the Football Association's insistence that the defender be stripped of the captaincy of the national team for a second time.

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