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

Theo Walcott gestures the scoreline to angry Spurs fans, who threw coins and plastic bottles in the direction of the Arsenal forward

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Arsenal take advantage of errors from Sherwood’s men to claim bragging rights in the north London derby and keep Wenger on course to end their nine-year drought without silverware

Southend players celebrate scoring against Millwall in their 4-1 victory

Southend 4 Millwall 1 match report: Shrimpers smash managerless Millwall as problems continue to mount

Millwall crash out after 15 minute delay when the floodlights went out as much as their FA Cup hopes

Bolton Wanderers 2 Blackpool 1 match report: Transfer-linked David Ngog helps Wanderers through to fourth round

striker has been linked with a move away from the Reebok but was on hand with a goal and assist to send Bolton through

No Saints: Southampton were ‘furious’ at Mark Clattenburg’s alleged remark to Adam Lallana, but the scourge of players abusing referees is trivialised

The Last Word: Less outrage, more wisdom – a fat chance

Inept FA lack the ability to recalibrate the ‘fury’ and ‘anger’ inanely taking a sport to fever pitch

Arsene Wenger gestures on the sidelines during Arsenal's win over Newcastle

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger supports David Bernstein over manager responsibility claims

The former FA chairman had said that managers were setting a 'terrible example' for their players in the way they behave on the sidelines

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has backed Sepp Blatter in his criticism of players who dive

Sepp Blatter gets support for his criticism of players diving from Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

Pellegrini admits that players are constantly 'cheating' and making it difficult for referees

Brendan Rodgers has been charged by the FA

Brendan Rodgers charged by FA for questioning integrity of Lee Mason

Brendan Rodgers was on Friday night charged by the Football Association for questioning the integrity of referee Lee Mason.

Richard Cockerill served a nine-match ban earlier this season

Richard Cockerill escapes punishment over Sale Sharks ‘cheat’ comments

Richard Cockerill will not face disciplinary action over his post-match comments made following last Saturday’s Premiership game between Leicester and Sale Sharks.

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Ashley Young goes down under the challenge of Hugo Lloris, but a penalty was not given

Collision with Hugo Lloris sees Ashley Young ruled out 'for some time', reveals Manchester United manager David Moyes

The Tottenham keeper took Young out in United's latest defeat at Old Trafford

Chelsea attacking midfielder Oscar dives to try and win a penalty during the 3-0 victory over Southampton

Southampton 0 Chelsea 3: Oscar dive leaves goalkeeper Kelvin Davis angered and confused

Oscar turned down the clear chance on goal to try and win a penalty and a likely red card for Davis only to be booked for diving by referee Martin Atkinson

Jonny Evans says the 'magnitude' of Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement from Manchester United was underestimated

Sir Alex Ferguson retirement has had a bigger impact than estimated, says Manchester United defender Jonny Evans

Jonny Evans says the ‘magnitude’ of Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement from Manchester United was underestimated, as the club, beaten 2-1 by Tottenham on Wednesday, struggle to stay in touch with the title race.

Chelsea midfielder Oscar was booked for this dive

Watch out Oscar, Ashley Young and Luis Suarez - Fifa president Sepp Blatter talks tough on diving

There has been a recent spate of high profile play acting

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Rugby round-up: Owen Williams show put in shade
by Richard Cockerill's 'cheat' claims

A superb performance by Owen Williams, the young replacement at fly-half for Toby Flood, in Leicester's 30-23 Premiership victory over Sale Sharks was overshadowed by allegations from Richard Cockerill that the visitors “cheated” at the scrum.

Last hurrah George North cap another fine show by heading over to score Northampton’s final try

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