Sport Theo Walcott is stretchered off the pitch during the match against Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs supporters rejoiced at the news to which some Arsenal fans reportedly responded with anti-Semitic comments

Hughes tips Liverpool as title contenders

Mark Hughes believes Liverpool are showing the kind of consistency that marks them down as genuine title contenders.

Wright-Phillips cleared of nightclub theft

A footballer was cleared today of a charge of burglary relating to the theft of cash and mobile phones from a nightclub staffroom.

Sunderland 0 Manchester City 3: City fans' returning hero revels in good Kompany

The delirious chanting from the Manchester City fans was all about Shaun Wright-Phillips.

FC Midtjylland 0 Manchester City 1 <i>(after extra-time, Man City win 4-2 on penalties)</i>: A lucky escape for Hughes' men

Manchester City had goalkeeper Joe Hart to thank as they fortuitously progressed to the Uefa Cup first round with a penalty shoot-out victory over FC Midtjylland.

Wright-Phillips returns to Manchester City

Manchester City have completed the signing of Chelsea winger Shaun Wright-Phillips, for an undisclosed fee.

Manchester City return ruled out for Wright-Phillips

Shaun Wright Phillips' agent has ruled out the possibility of the Chelsea winger joining Manchester City despite speculation which has linked him with a return to the club.

Wright-Phillips attracting attention

Manchester City and Everton are weighing up whether to bid for out-of-favour Chelsea winger Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Thomas signs permanent Portsmouth deal

Winger Jerome Thomas has agreed a one-year contract with Portsmouth, who have decided to make his loan move from Charlton permanent.

Luiz Felipe Scolari: Don't call me 'Big Phil'

Chelsea's new manager, Luiz Felipe Scolari, is ready to give his all to the club and his players as long as they put in the hard graft. Jason Burt says the ultimate football chameleon has got what it takes

Portsmouth accept Mendes bid

Portsmouth have accepted a bid from Rangers in the region of £3m for midfielder Pedro Mendes.

Ipswich renew Nugent interest

Portsmouth misfit David Nugent will be given another chance to join Ipswich Town.

Transfer News and Speculation: 29 July

Sunderland manager Roy Keane continued his summer spending spree by completing the signing of Bolton forward El Hadji Diouf for an undisclosed fee yesterday.

Pompey pursue Wright-Phillips deal

Portsmouth were last night on the verge of selling midfielder Sulley Muntari to Internazionale for £12.7m to raise the funds to buy Chelsea's Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Chelsea close in on Robinho as final signing of the summer

Chelsea are increasingly confident that they will be able to sign Robinho from Real Madrid within the next two weeks following another meeting in London with the Brazilian's agent Wagner Ribeiro.

Wright-Phillips next in line as Portsmouth sign Crouch

Portsmouth are to press ahead with a £10m bid for Chelsea's Shaun Wright-Phillips after yesterday completing the signing of striker Peter Crouch for a fee which will likely rise to £11m.

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