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Rio Ferdinand had a commanding game in defence for United

Rio Ferdinand tells England to get its 'own house in order' before condemning Serbia over racial abuse

Rio Ferdinand has expressed concern over the reaction to the events of last night's England under-21 match in Serbia in light of recent problems in the Premier League.

Danny Rose appears to make a monkey gesture as he leaves the pitch in response to taunts from Serbia fans

Danny Rose behaved in an 'inappropriate, unsportsmanlike and vulgar manner' claim Serbian FA after denying any forms of racism during England under-21 match

The Serbian FA have denied any forms of racism towards the England under-21 team and have said Danny Rose behaved in an “inappropriate, unsportsmanlike and vulgar manner” towards their fans.

Andros Townsend separates his team-mate Danny Rose and Sasa Markovic of Serbia

Danny Rose joined by Sports Minister in calls for Serbia to be banned from international football following racist abuse

Danny Rose has called for Serbia to be banned after complaining of racial abuse and being hit by missiles during England Under-21s' win in Krusevac.

Danny Rose leaves the pitch at full-time

Racist chants and sickening violence mar England under-21s victory in Serbia

Serbia Under-21 0 England Under-21 1 (England win 2-0 on aggregate)

Radovan Karadzic claims he did not want war

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic claimed he was a peace-lover as he addressed his trial for crimes against humanity today.

Giovanni Trapattoni gestures during his side’s 6-1 defeat to Germany

Craig Levein and Giovanni Trapattoni on brink

Scotland and Republic managers both look one more defeat away from the sack

Andy Murray squanders five championship points as Djokovic takes his revenge in Shanghai

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Chris Coleman's Wales campaign has begun with two defeats

Coleman: I tried too hard to hold on to Speed's legacy

Chris Coleman has admitted the difficulties of changing what he inherited as Wales manager from Gary Speed ahead of tonight's crucial qualifier against Scotland in Cardiff.

Stuart Pearce sees Raheem Sterling as a great example of home-grown talent

Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling is a trail-blazer, says under-21 manager Stuart Pearce

The England Under-21 manager, Stuart Pearce, has praised the winger Raheem Sterling as an example of the type of young home-grown talent he wants to see breaking into Premier League sides.

Chris Coleman's Wales campaign has begun with two defeats

Chris Coleman: I tried too hard to protect Gary Speed's legacy at Wales

Chris Coleman has admitted the difficulties of changing what he inherited as Wales manager from Gary Speed ahead of tonight's crucial qualifier against Scotland in Cardiff.

Happy days for Everton’s Fellaini (right) and Pienaar

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini out for three-weeks

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini will be out for three weeks with a knee injury, according to the Belgian Football Association.

Jonjo Shelvey came off the bench to win the game for Liverpool

Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey called up to England squad after Kieran Gibbs pulls out

Roy Hodgson has handed Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey his first England call-up.

Raheem Sterling

Under-21 call dashes Raheem Sterling's hopes of senior call-up

Raheem Sterling today looked set to miss out on a place in the England squad for their World Cup double-header against San Marino and Poland after being handed his maiden call-up to the Under-21s.

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The Olympics were about more than just sport. Suzi Feay looks at the 204 poems chosen from around the world to mark London 2012
Jordan Rhodes is Scottish at heart

Rhodes leads Scotland to win over Australia with debut goal

Jordan Rhodes scored his first international goal to help Scotland beat Australia 3-1 at Easter Road last night.

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