Sport Racing Santander speak to the referee after refusing to contest their Copa del Rey quarter-final due to unpaid wages

They lined up on the pitch against Real Sociedad, but then refused to contest the ball

Jose Mourinho

Manchester City v Chelsea: City aren't the best on the planet - they're 'lucky', claims Jose Mourinho

The Special One ramps up the tension ahead of Monday night's match

Loic Remy of Newcastle United and Bradley Johnson of Norwich City come to blows

Loic Remy to miss Sunderland clash after Newcastle fail in red card appeal

The striker's club have lodged an appeal over his dismissal against Norwich

Edin Dzeko earns a penalty despite Tottenham defender Danny Rose winning the ball

Tottenham 1 Manchester City 5: Spurs to contest Danny Rose red card

The defender was sent off and City were awarded a penalty

Tim Sherwood gestures instructions to his players during Tottenham's game with Manchester City

Tottenham 1 Manchester City 5: Tim Sherwood says City are 'on a different planet' after defeat

The Spurs manager saw his side swept aside after they were reduced to 10 men

Passing judgement: Dylan Hartley now believes that pushing the opposition back five metres is the way to hurt them

Six Nations: Dylan Hartley turns pacifist ahead of England-France match: ‘You can’t just punch anyone any more’

Ahead of England’s crucial first game against France, their feisty hooker admits that front-row tactics have had to change

Guly Do Prado celebrates having scored from the penalty spot in Southampton's win over Yeovil

Southampton 2 Yeovil 0 match report: Yeovil fail to test Saints resolve – unlike United’s bid for Luke Shaw

Nicola Cortese's exit as chief executive was followed by a training ground bust-up but Guly Do Prado and Sam Gallagher give Saints a sense of relief despite reported offer for left-back

Matty Fryatt celebrates scoring in Hull's 2-0 FA Cup win over Southend

Southend 0 Hull City 2 match report: Matty Fryatt double enough for Hull

Tigers were unable to call on record signings Nikica Jelavic and Shane Long but Fryatt ensured they progressed to the fifth round

Luis Suarez goes down after Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan comes charging out of his goal, with referee Jon Moss giving the penalty

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez didn't know if there was contact, claims Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan

Guzan felt he pulled his hands back in time and claims that Suarez couldn't answer for sure when questioned by the American

Luis Suarez goes down after Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan comes charging out of his goal, with referee Jon Moss giving the penalty

Fall guy: Luis Suarez tumbles to the rescue as Liverpool snatch a point against Aston Villa

The Uruguayan, chasing Gerrard’s diagonal pass into the inside-left channel, went to ground in a 50-50 challenge for the ball with Guzan

Norwich City players celebrate after Ryan Bennett scored a late winner against Hull City

Norwich City 1 Hull City 0 match report: Ryan Bennett’s late winner provides welcome relief for under-fire Chris Hughton

Defender strikes in the closing minutes to see off 10-man Hull and earn a crucial three points in bid for survival

Manchester United manager David Moyes looks on in downbeat fashion during his club's 2-1 defeat by Swansea

David Moyes fined £8,000 over referee comments

The Manchester United manager has also been warned about his conduct

Wayne Rooney is unlikely to feature in Manchester United's trip to Chelsea on Sunday

Chelsea v Manchester United: Wayne Rooney unlikely to feature as striker could be out for up to three weeks with groin injury

David Moyes is without both Rooney and Robin van Persie and the England star could be out until January as he returns from a warm-weather break

Rafael Nadal tries to cool himself down while on court at the Australian Open

Australian Open 2014: Play on day four halted due to extreme heat policy finally being implemented after mass criticism

Andy Murray was one of many to express his concern over the soaring temperatures in Melbourne that led to play being suspended

Referee Howard Webb has been selected to officiate at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil

World Cup 2014: Despite David Moyes recently describing his decisions as 'scandalous', referee Howard Webb is selected to represent England in Brazil

Webb took charge of the 2010 final, becoming the first Englishman to referee a World Cup final since Jack Taylor in 1974

Defending Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka came through in straight-sets against Johanna Larsson to move into the second round

Australian Open: Defending champion Victoria Azarenka joins Caroline Wozniacki in reaching the second round

Azarenka defeated Johanna Larsson 7-6 (7-2) 6-2 while Wozniacji breezed past Lourdes Dominguez Lino 6-0 6-2

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