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Blackpool winger Tom Ince is due to have talks with Swansea City about a possible loan move

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Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is hopeful a deal to sign Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri can be tied up "very quickly".

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Ricardo Gardner turns down West Ham move

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Nigel De Jong hopeful Carlos Tevez will stay at Manchester City

Manchester City midfielder Nigel de Jong says the players might be tempted to do "something crazy" in a bid to prevent Carlos Tevez leaving Eastlands.

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Sunderland today confirmed Kieran Richardson has suffered a stress fracture of his left fibula and will be out for at least three weeks, ruling him out for the rest of the season.

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Owen Coyle, the Bolton manager, has urged his on-loan Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge to keep his feet on the ground and finish the season with a bang.

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Could anyone have felt more let down by Bolton Wanderers' 5-0 capitulation to Stoke City in the FA Cup semi-final last Sunday than Ian Wagstaff, a 50-year-old lifelong supporter who was told by the bosses at his sheet metal firm in Brisbane that he could not have time off to go to the game. Whereupon he resigned his £38,500-a-year job and flew back to England.

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