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Martin O'Neill is refusing to let anyone be carried away by Sunderland's surge into the top half of the Barclays Premier League.

Wayne Bridge has moved to Sunderland on loan

Sunderland give Bridge a road back as Chelsea confirm De Bruyne deal

Wayne Bridge said he was relishing the chance to play football again, after he completed a deadline-day loan move from Manchester City to Sunderland.

Wayne Bridge has moved to Sunderland on loan

Reality bites as frugal clubs let transfer window quietly close

After last year's fireworks, Uefa's looming Financial Fair Play rules mean spending is at a minimum

Leeds have reluctantly agreed to sell Jonny Howson

Norwich sign Leeds captain Jonny Howson

Norwich have signed Leeds captain Jonny Howson for an undisclosed fee.

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Roy Hodgson seeking West Brom home improvement

Head coach Roy Hodgson has challenged his West Brom players to put their dismal home form behind them during the final third of the season.

Willian: £16.7m offer rejected

Transfer watch: Bilyaletdinov to Moscow but no Willian for Blues

Everton's Russian midfielder Diniyar Bilyaletdinov is set to join Spartak Moscow, after agreeing terms. The Russian Premier League club said they expected to complete the move after a medical.

Shakhtar Donetsk star Willian is the subject of a bid from Chelsea

Chelsea bid for Willian rejected claim Shakhtar Donetsk

Chelsea have failed with a bid to sign Shakhtar Donetsk star Willian, according to the Ukrainian champions.

Norwich City's Grant Holt has scored more than £50m Fernando Torres this season

Who's better value: Holt or Torres?

Norwich's £400k striker is proving he can hold his own with the multimillion pound men

Money Insider: Bank accounts: look at more than just interest rates

If you were going to transfer your current account to a new provider, which bank or building society account would you choose? The results of a recent, inhouse survey reveal that when weighing up their options, most people focus on the interest rate paid on credit balances or the cost of borrowing on an overdraft.

Leeds have reluctantly agreed to sell Jonny Howson

Norwich close to completing Jonny Howson transfer

Norwich manager Paul Lambert expects midfielder Jonny Howson to sign for the club later today.

Leeds have reluctantly agreed to sell Jonny Howson

Norwich bid for Leeds captain Jonny Howson accepted

Norwich have had a bid accepted for Leeds midfielder and captain Jonny Howson.

John Ruddy (pictured). The Norwich goalkeeper said: 'The manager won’t allow us to think about safety'

Lambert stays in survival mode

West Brom 1-2 Norwich

Five-minute memoir: DJ Taylor on a schoolboy error

In those days – October 1977 – we still had Saturday morning school. Strolling along the tiled corridor of School End House on my way back from ringing the bell for assembly, I bumped into a boy named Crispin Lambert, like me in the second year of the Norwich school sixth form and gearing up to take his A-levels the following summer. Whether Crispin was actively seeking me out, or what followed was a spontaneous gesture, I never discovered, but he shot me a confidential look, suggesting that great matters were in train, and demanded, "Are you doing anything in the next half hour?". Whatever I said must have been encouraging, as his next question was: "Would you like to come and meet the Prime Minister?".

Barton denies any wrongdoing

Neil Warnock furious over 'scandalous' Joey Barton red card

QPR manager Neil Warnock today launched a scathing attack on the Football Association's disciplinary commission branding the decision to uphold Joey Barton's red card "farcical" and "scandalous".

Anthony Pilkington scores Norwich's first goal in the win over Queen's Park Rangers

Pilkington buoyed by lion-hearted Canaries

Anthony Pilkington is putting his trust in Norwich's team spirit to see them safely to Premier League survival. The Canaries came from behind to beat 10-man Queen's Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road on Monday, where the home side's captain Joey Barton scored after just 11 minutes and was then sent off for an apparent headbutt on Bradley Johnson.

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