Sport Everton midfielder Ross Barkley will be offered a new improved contract for his breakthrough into the first team this season

Barkley has broken into the first-team this season and has been tipped for inclusion in Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad after making his England debut in September

Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu skips past Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny

Transfer news: Gerard Deulofeu could remain at Everton for second season, reveals Roberto Martinez

Deulofeu scored Everton's equaliser against Arsenal on Sunday, and Martinez has revealed that he can stay at Goodison Park for a second year if Barcelona allow him to

Paul Gascoigne is among those to have used the clinic

Peter Kay, co-founder of the Sporting Chance Clinic which has helped names such as Paul Gascoigne and Paul Merson, has died

Kay helped set-up the clinic for sport stars to seek help alongside former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams in 2000

Theo Walcott is not too concerned ahead of England's games against Moldova and Ukraine despite both Jack Wilshere and Daniel Sturridge missing training today

Jack Wilshere sees bright future for England despite concerns over lack of talent

Roy Hodgson has complained about the small pool of players he has to call on

Alan Carr attends the Pride Of Britain awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel,

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Tom Cleverley the water-carrier must tackle different loads

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Sir Alex Ferguson admits surprise at Manchester United's 15-point advantage

City's battle to retain their crown has been poor

A confidentiality agreement prevents PFA chief Gordon Taylor from discussing the damages payout

Footballers must plan to avoid bankruptcy in retirement

Report suggested three out of five former Premier League players go bankrup

Tottenham's Gareth Bale has scored six goals in his last five games

Gareth Bale 'the best British player around' says Gary Lineker

Former England striker stops short of comparisons to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi

Paul Gascoigne pictured in November last year at a Lazio match

The FA and England Footballers' Foundation donate money to help Paul Gascoigne

Former England midfielder is battlling against alcoholism

Paul Gascoigne pictured in November last year at a Lazio match

Paul Gascoigne continues to receive hospital treatment in the United States

The former England midfielder travelled to a clinic in Arizona last week

James Lawton: Jack Wilshere seizes the moment with an old master's timing as England beat Brazil

There were times when he was the heart, spirit and brain of England

Demba Ba hurt his nose against Newcastle

Demba Ba to have face mask fitted in bid for quick return for Chelsea

Striker hurt his nose in the match against Newcastle

Out of the pool at 23, Rebecca Adlington faces the same questions we all will - just a whole lot sooner

Careers are more exciting for Olympians, retirement more painful

Gary Lineker challenges Brazil’s Carlos Mozer for the ball

England v Brazil: How Gary Lineker beat the Samba boys

The last Englishman to score the winner against Brazil tells Sam Wallace what it takes to defeat them

Paul Gascoigne, who used to be the toast of a nation, needs a counsellor more than a dentist

Oh how we chuckled indulgently at this great footballer's high jinks years ago. Now he desperately needs expert help if his story isn't to have a terrible ending

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