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Mark Clattenburg will return to work on Sunday

Mark Clattenburg set to return to work on Sunday as fourth official at match between Tottenham and West Ham

The Durham-based official will resume refereeing duties next Wednesday when he takes charge of the Premier League game between Southampton and Norwich.

Norwich boss Hughton certain of Ruddy fitness

Chris Hughton hopes that goalkeeper John Ruddy keeps Norwich City's mean streak going when he returns to his old club Everton tomorrow.

Sir Alex Ferguson leaves Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie at home for Turkish trip

Ferguson also left out Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand, skipper Patrice Evra and top scorer Robin van Persie

Ex-BBC Norfolk presenter Michael Souter charged sex offences, including 18 against children

A former BBC employee has been charged with sexual offences against children.

Reading manager Brian McDermott

Brian McDermott confident of turnaround in Reading fortunes

Reading boss Brian McDermott is confident his side will soon stop throwing away leads as they go in search of their first Barclays Premier League win of the season.

The Norwich players celebrate with Alex Tettey after his shot was deflected in by Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen

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Opera cancelled after baritone Robert Poulton killed in car crash

Robert Poulton, a baritone with Glyndebourne opera, was tragically killed in a car accident in Sussex late last night.

Norwich manager Chris Hughton

Chris Hughton wary of rejuvenated Tottenham ahead of Capital One Cup tie

Norwich boss Chris Hughton fears rejuvenated Tottenham will be a different prospect to earlier in the season in tonight's Capital One Cup fourth-round clash.

To fly or not to fly: Was it acceptable for Arsenal to charter a flight to Norwich?

Arsenal have been heavily criticised by environmental groups following their decision to charter a flight from London to Norwich ahead of their Premier League clash at Carrow Road.

Andrey Arshavin and Per Mertesacker of Arsenal look dejected in defeat

Arsenal cannot lose further ground in title race admits Arsene Wenger

Manager Arsene Wenger shares the concerns of Arsenal fans - and accepts his side have little margin for further error if they are to stay in contention for the Barclays Premier League.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger defends 'absurd' decision to fly from London to Norwich

Arsene Wenger has defended the decision of Arsenal to fly to Norwich for last weekend's defeat at Carrow Road.

Kris Commons has shown great form for his club this year

International round-up: Scotland recall for Celtic's Commons

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has won a Scotland recall after Robert Snodgrass and Jordan Rhodes pulled out of the squad to face Wales and Belgium.

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