Lee Clark

Birmingham manager furious with Yeovil - despite being given 'free goal' in Capital One Cup tie

Lee Clark makes complaint after Yeovil score 'unsporting' goal to take tie to extra-time

Daniel Sturridge celebrates the second goal

Capital One Cup round-up: Daniel Sturridge steadies Liverpool after Notts County scare

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Yannick Sagbo was dismissed for Steve Bruce's side

Dwight Gayle

Paul Newman: At least we haven't wasted money on Carlos Kickabout. Now bring on the season

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Chris Hughton, Norwich's manager, will not be pleased to have been knocked out of the FA Cup by Luton

Norwich not finished in the transfer market as Russell Martin extends contract

The Scotland defender has signed a three-year deal

Jonjo Shelvey

Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey could go on-loan to Crystal Palace as Ian Holloway looks to strengthen his squad

Midfielder is not in Rodgers first-team plans and may seek a short-term move away from Anfield in search of regular football

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The Brazilian midfielder in action at the Confederations Cup

Paulinho set to join influx of foreign players to Premier League

Tottenham are closing in on the Brazil midfielder

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Newly promoted Hull City sign Wigan defender Maynor Figueroa on free transfer

Steve Bruce signs the Honduras international for a second time

George Boyd signs for Hull City

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Brian Mawhinney served as a Conservative minister in Northern Ireland for six years, during which time some 500 people on both sides of the great divide were killed. As he was leaving a Londonderry college after an official visit, a bomb was found a few yards further down the path on which he was walking; the IRA announced later that they decided not to assassinate him in case innocent bystanders were injured.

Championship play-off final: Crystal Palace defender Damien Delaney ready for biggest game of his life

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Fans of Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich have arrived in London ahead of the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley Stadium

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