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

Harry Redknapp leaves Southwark Crown Court yesterday where he is on trial accused of tax evasion

James Lawton: It may be legal, but should managers get sell-on fees?

It is no part of the charge against Harry Redknapp that he had an arrangement with his former club Portsmouth granting him percentage payments on any transfer fees received for players he had signed and helped to develop to the point of profit.

Harry Redknapp leaves Southwark Crown Court yesterday where he is on trial accused of tax evasion

James Lawton: It may be legal, but should managers earn sell-on fees?

Football is duty-bound to find a way to avoid these potential conflicts of interest that can be damaging to clubs

Tony Pulis has already seen his Stoke side qualify for the next stage of the Europa League

Stoke boss Tony Pulis expects little transfer activity in January

Stoke boss Tony Pulis has indicated it could be a fairly quiet January transfer window for the club, with the focus more on outgoing personnel than new faces.

Matthew Etherington scores Stoke City’s second goal against Spurs yesterday

Redknapp rages at the officials after Stoke win

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Something For The Weekend: 26/11/2011

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Tony Pulis

At the end of August, Tony Pulis thought Stoke's only problem this season would be finding ways for Peter Crouch to entertain Abbey Clancy on a Saturday night in the Potteries.

Peter Crouch has not been helped by how top-flight sides have wised up to Stoke’s style

Europa League round-up: Stoke on verge of the next round as Birmingham rally

Stoke City head for their next Europa League game against Dynamo Kiev at the Britannia Stadium on 1 December knowing a point will be enough to take them through to the knockout round after Tony Pulis's side won 2-1 at Maccabi Tel Aviv last night.

Peter Crouch reveals Stoke transfer details

Stoke have spent a club record £10million to bring in England striker Peter Crouch from Tottenham.

Stoke hopeful of completing Peter Crouch deal

Tottenham striker Peter Crouch has arrived at Stoke's training ground as the club attempt to push through a late deal for the England international.

Sunderland look to sign Peter Crouch from Tottenham

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce has turned to England international Peter Crouch once again as he looks to land a big-name striker.

Neil Warnock 'happiness' rejected by Rochdale manager Steve Eyre

Rochdale manager Steve Eyre has refuted Neil Warnock's claim that he was pleased QPR had been dumped out of the Carling Cup.

Video: Boris Johnson gets hair styling advice

Boris Johnson gets hair advice from 89-year-old Peter Crouch fan Aaron Biber, whose shop was ransacked during the Tottenham riots.

Crouch cuts a dash in Tottenham barber shop duet

The Tottenham striker Peter Crouch reopened a barber shop devastated in the riots in the area around White Hart Lane yesterday after a campaign to keep its 89-year-old owner in business raised £35,000.

Fulham launch appeal against Premier League chairman Sir David Richards

Fulham have lodged an appeal in a bid to have their case against Premier League chairman Sir David Richards heard in open court, it was announced today.

Stoke must up wages to buy Crouch

Stoke City will have to match Peter Crouch's £80,000-a-week wages to have any hope of signing the England striker from Tottenham.

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