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The Blackburn Rovers manager, Michael Appleton, celebrates their
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Rovers knocked Arsenal out the FA Cup

Neil Warnock

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Leeds have beaten Southampton, Everton and Tottenham this season

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Gary Jones of Bradford City tackles Villa's Charles N'Zogbia

Jack Pitt-Brooke: Ragtag Aston Villa ponder where it all went wrong against Bradford

Premier League side beaten by fourth-tier opposition in the Capital One Cup

Jack Wilshere celebrates after eventually putting Arsenal ahead
Michael Tonge

Leeds United complete permanent deal for Michael Tonge

Stoke midfielder spent time on loan at Elland Road last year

Phil Jagielka

Phil Jagielka keen to see out career at Everton

Defender recently signed a new contract

Son of retired BBC presenter Winton Cooper's given hospital order over father's hammer killing

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Lacks experience on this stage and did have a few difficult moments against some intelligent opponents. 5/10

Phil Jagielka commits future to Everton

Defender joined Toffees in 2007 from Sheffield United

Keith Ripley: Footballer who played alongside John Charles

Tottenham Hotspur were indisputably the outstanding team of the 1960-61 campaign in English football, winning the first Football League and FA Cup double of the 20th century in style. In almost any other season, Peterborough United, with Keith Ripley a towering presence at wing-half, would have had a strong claim to the title.

Sir Irvine Patnick - source for Sun story that smeared Liverpool fans after Hillsborough disaster - dies, aged 83

The former Conservative MP who helped smear Liverpool fans after the Hillsborough disaster has died.

On the rise: Luciano Becchio nods in Leeds’ second to hit the club’s top 10

Championship round-up: Becchio strikes twice to welcome in the new dawn for Leeds

Luciano Becchio scored twice to give Leeds United's new owners the perfect start with a 2-1 victory over Middlesbrough at Elland Road. Dubai-based private equity group GFH Capital this week completed their takeover of the club and Neil Warnock's side are now just two points off the Championship top six.

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