Sport Hove into view: Sami Hyypia’s Brighton were chastened by a commanding Southampton display in a friendly last week

Former Liverpool star returns to English football against Sheffield Wednesday

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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96 fans lost their lives during the 1989 disaster

Campaigners welcome new Hillsborough inquest

Hillsborough campaigners welcomed the news of a new inquest into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans, saying: “Justice is on its way.”

O'Grady leaves Hill on a slippery slope

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Marked man: Palace's Wilfried Zaha starred, despite the Lions' attention

Ian Holloway ignoring speculation linking Wilfried Zaha with Crystal Palace exit

Arsenal and Liverpool have been heavily linked with the youngster

Bradford celebrate victory over Arsenal

Bradford the penalty shoot-out kings

League Two side defeat Arsenal on penalties - their ninth straight spot-kick victory

Attorney General makes application to quash Hillsborough verdicts

An application by the Attorney General to quash the original Hillsborough inquest verdicts is due to be heard at the High Court next week, the Judicial Office said today.

Standing fans

Support for standing at football stadiums grows, but strong opposition remains

Calls for the introduction of a pilot of new standing technology - called rail seats - at football grounds

Aston Villa defender Matt Lowton

Aston Villa defender Matt Lowton wants Wembley redemption

Villains travel to Carrow Road to take on Norwich

Application to quash the original Hillsborough inquest verdicts could be made today

Families of the 96 victims of the 1989 tragedy have campaigned to have the accidental death verdicts overturned

Milan Mandaric: 'The court case took a lot of smiles off my face'

Martin Hardy: Milan Mandaric insists Sheffield Wednesday's day is sure to come

Life Beyond the Premier league

Rise of the Rochdale diamonds

Grant Holt cost Rochdale £10,000 but he was so bad on his debut at Darlington, one team-mate asked the manager if he had kept the receipt.

Grant Holt and Rickie Lambert during their time at Rochdale

Grant Holt & Rickie Lambert: Rise of the Rochdale diamonds

Grant Holt and Rickie Lambert played in League Two together. Tonight they meet in the Premier League, proving you can still climb from the bottom to the very top

Leicester in confident mood ahead of Leeds clash says midfielder Danny Drinkwater

Leicester will head to Leeds tonight flying high in the table and with confidence to match, according to midfielder Danny Drinkwater.

Sam Wallace: Harry will have to be patient with his new bosses

Were it not for Bastian Schweinsteiger's penalty miss, or Bayern Munich's failure to stop Didier Drogba with two minutes left of the Champions League final, or any number of critical moments in Chelsea's improbable, exhilarating run to the European Cup last season, then Harry Redknapp would probably not be where he is today.

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