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The Stoke City striker raced down the M40 after the Arsenal match to make it to Brixton in time

Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring his second goal against Norwich

Premier League: Liverpool v Stoke City match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Anfield

Michael Owen is a free agent

Former Manchester United striker Michael Owen could still join Stoke reveals Tony Pulis

Stoke boss Tony Pulis is still hopeful of bringing in former England striker Michael Owen.

Stoke agree fee for Michael Kightly with Wolves

Stoke have announced they have agreed an undisclosed fee with Wolves for midfielder Michael Kightly.

Ryan Giggs settles phone hacking claim

Footballer Ryan Giggs has settled his phone-hacking damages claim against News Group Newspapers.

ANXIOUSLY WAITING: Rob Green, Glen Johnson, Micah Richards, Rio Ferdinand, John Terry (pictured), Phil Jagielka, Stewart Downing, Tom Cleverley, Peter Crouch, Andy Carroll, Jermain Defoe

Roy ready to take Terry but refuses to risk Rio too

Ferdinand the fall guy of Hodgson's belief the pair cannot get on together

Bolton's Chris Eagles celebrates after scoring his side's first goal against Stoke
Star in stripes: Robert Huth smashes in the Stoke equaliser in a hard-fought derby against Wolves last night

Towering Crouch signals end of road for Wolves

Stoke City 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1: Striker scores trademark goal as Stoke come from behind to take points

No appeal in Richards row

Fulham have lost the latest round of their court battle to oust Premier League chairman Sir David Richards.

Harry Redknapp is rushed, in vain, from court to City Airport yesterday – his flight to Liverpool was grounded by technical problems

Redknapp's QC rounds on 'despicable' newspaper

Harry Redknapp's defence counsel turned on the News of the World yesterday, describing the methods of the now-defunct tabloid and its former reporter Rob Beasley as "despicable" and "repugnant" in the Tottenham manager's trial for tax evasion. In his closing speech, Mr John Kelsey-Fry QC attacked the tactics used in the Beasley interview from February 2009 – the centrepiece of the prosecution's case against Redknapp – which submits that two payments totalling £189,000 into a Monaco bank account were bonuses paid offshore to evade tax.

Harry Redknapp is rushed, in vain, from court to City Airport yesterday – his flight to Liverpool was grounded by technical problems

Redknapp's QC rounds on reporter

Spurs manager's lawyer attacks News of the World story as 'repugnant to all basic instincts of fairness'

Harry Redknapp

Case against Redknapp 'repugnant'

The prosecution case at Harry Redknapp's tax evasion trial is "repugnant to all our basic instincts of fairness", a court heard today.

Sunderland continue fine form at Stoke

Stoke 0 Sunderland 1

Redknapp arrives at court with son Jamie

Harry Redknapp has 'back to the wall' court hears

Jurors hearing Harry Redknapp's tax evasion trial were warned today to "keep their eyes on the ball" when they consider their verdicts.

Harry Redknapp pictured arriving at court with son Jamie

Emotional Harry Redknapp vigorously denies lying in court

Harry Redknapp fought back tears in court today as he fiercely denied telling his tax evasion trial "a pack of lies".

Harry Redknapp: 'I write like a two-year-old'

Harry Redknapp takes to the stand over tax charges

Football boss Harry Redknapp told a jury today: "I have always paid my taxes."

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