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

Liverpool's confidence is coming back, says Lucas

Lucas Leiva, the Liverpool midfielder, feels the pressure has eased on the Anfield club after back-to-back wins. But the Brazilian has warned that the team cannot afford to let momentum slip if they are to turn around their poor start to the season.

Liverpool snatch vital late winner at Bolton

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Roy Hodgson delighted with Fernando Torres improvement

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson has seen signs that Fernando Torres is getting back to his best.

Idle prop turns pop idol: Sheridan releases album

Andrew Sheridan is probably not the greatest guitarist since Django Reinhardt, although he could knock Pete Townshend into a cocked hat when it comes to reducing a Fender Stratocaster to its component parts: he is, after all, a master bricklayer who just happens to be one of the most fearsome scrummagers in world rugby. He doesn't sing like Tammy Wynette, either. If he did, he'd never live it down.

Coyle comes to defence of Rooney

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has jumped to the defence of Wayne Rooney.

Lives remembered: Eddie Crooks

My godfather Eddie Crooks, who died on 6 August in Douglas Hospice, was a motorcyclist who made his name on the Isle of Man. He was also the first Suzuki dealer in the UK.

Cahill misses next three games as FA upholds Arsenal sending off

Bolton Wanderers defender Gary Cahill has lost his appeal over his red card at Arsenal on Saturday. The 24-year-old challenged his dismissal by referee Stuart Attwell for a 64th-minute challenge from behind on striker Marouane Chamakh, and his case was heard by a regulatory commission yesterday.

Cahill loses red card appeal

Bolton defender Gary Cahill has lost his appeal over his red card at Arsenal at Saturday.

Moreno can add 'cutting edge' to Bolton's attack

The Bolton manager, Owen Coyle, is pleased with the start his attack has made to the season and hopes to see it demonstrating a "cutting edge" for the rest of the campaign.

Coyle happy with Bolton's cutting edge

Bolton boss Owen Coyle is pleased with the start his attack has made to the season and hopes to see it demonstrating a "cutting edge" for the rest of the campaign.

Bolton bring in youngster Moreno

Bolton have signed Benfica forward Rodrigo Moreno on a season-long loan, subject to the player receiving international clearance.

Don't give up on England, Coyle tells Davies

Bolton manager Owen Coyle declared yesterday that his striker Kevin Davies doesn't deserve to end his career without winning an international cap.

Coyle keeps Taylor in his thoughts

Bolton boss Owen Coyle insists midfielder Matt Taylor remains a big part of his plans.

Footballer's home searched after sex assault claim

The home of a Premier League footballer was searched by police after a woman claimed she was sexually assaulted at a party, sources confirmed today.

Stockdale happy to hand Hughes 'a dilemma'

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