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Chris Rogers said it was good that Australia had the upper hand after their experiences in England

David Flitcroft has been sacked by Barnsley after the 3-0 home defeat to Birmingham

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Barnsley have won just two of their 17 league games this season

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Tottenham’s manager, Andre Villas-Boas, believes his players are ready to take on Manchester United after a disappointing display in northern Norway – and says the Premier League champions could be the perfect opponents for his side.

Fenerbahce fans know first-hand the dangers of match-fixing after their team was kicked out of the Champions League this season

Football match-fixing: FA urged to fight growing threat of with education

Authorities accused of complacency as corruption spreads into Europe should follow the example of other sports with compulsory lessons for all professionals

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Tourists must prepare in the outback this week for the cauldron of the second Test in Adelaide

Gus Poyet has admitted his delight at the FA's decision to overturn the red card given to Sunderland defender Wes Brown

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet delighted with 'fair and just' decision to rescind red card for Wes Brown

Brown was dismissed for an innocuous challenge on Black Cats' midfielder Charlie Adam but the FA have decided to overturn the three-match ban after referee Kevin Friend dismissed the centre-back

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Amir Khan has reopened a feud with Carl Froch by claiming the world super-middleweight champion should retire after his controversial win over George Groves.

Sunderland defender Wes Brown leaves the field after being shown a red card in the game against Stoke City

Sunderland win appeal over Wes Brown red card

The defender was sent off despite clearly making no contact with the player

Sunderland defender Wes Brown walks off at the Brittania Stadium after being sent-off in the defeat to Stoke

Stoke 2 Sunderland 0: John O'Shea hopes for 'common sense' in review of Wes Brown red card

Brown was controversially sent off for what appeared to be a good challenge on Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam

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