Sport Joe Hart holds his head in his hands after Fernando Torres' late winner gave Chelsea a 2-1 win over Manchester City

The England No 1 made a number of high profile errors, leading to his relegation to the bench

Foster out of England squad

Goalkeeper Ben Foster has withdrawn from the England squad ahead of Wednesday's friendly international against Holland, due to a minor injury.

Greening requests transfer from West Brom

West Brom captain Jonathan Greening has handed in a written transfer request.

Fulham foiled in Greening bid

West Brom have rejected what chairman Jeremy Peace describes as a "derisory" offer from Fulham for captain Jonathan Greening.

Green ready to cap rise from ranks

West Ham's goalkeeper tells Sam Wallace why he won't let fear of disaster spoil his competitive debut for England on Saturday

Roberts' red card casts cloud over Tugay tribute

Blackburn Rovers 0 West Bromwich 0

James ruled out of England qualifiers

England goalkeeper David James is to have shoulder surgery this week and will miss the World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Kazakhstan next month.

'I should never have gone to World Cup,' admits Owen

England striker Michael Owen has admitted he should not have gone to the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany.

Allardyce demands killer touch

Blackburn manager calls on goal-shy charges to show their clinical side at Fulham

West Brom appeal Robinson red card

West Brom have lodged an appeal with the Football Association over the red card Paul Robinson received in last night's 5-0 defeat against Manchester United.

Burnley bounce back as Robinson draws home fire

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Paterson provides Burnley's just deserts

West Bromwich Albion 2 Burnley 2: After the misery of Wednesday's late surrender another cup defeat is avoided thanks to last-ditch equaliser

Fitness and finance fears hold up Makukula's Albion arrival

West Bromwich manager Tony Mowbray casts doubt on Benfica striker's move

Redknapp 'scared' by referee as Spurs falter again

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Roberts fails to put boot in

Sunderland 0 Blackburn Rovers 0

Allardyce to stay if Rovers go down

The Blackburn Rovers chairman, John Williams, will not even contemplate the thought, let alone discuss it at any length, but he will stick with Sam Allardyce even if they are relegated at the end of the season.

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