Sport Gus Poyet has made his first move of the January transfer window with a bid of £2.5m for Liam Bridcutt

The midfielder joins from Brighton

Chelsea will be keen to avoid big spending Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala, who have Samuel Eto'o among their ranks

Steven Taylor relishing meeting with 'familiar face' Samuel Eto'o

Newcastle play Anzhi Makhachkala in the Europa League

The Weekend's Viewing: The clues had the semaphored clarity of a creakier kind of crime drama

Mayday, Sun, BBC1 // Being Human, Sun, BBC3

London tailoring label E Tautz has just launched a ladies' shirt collection designed by Katie Hillier
Harriet Harman: Amazon should give a donation to a women’s refuge

'Keep Calm' rape T-shirts taken off site

MP demands Amazon makes reparations for selling tops 'encouraging' sexual violence

West Ham fans honour Bobby Moore before kick off,

Upton Park unites in tribute to Bobby Moore, a true legend of game

Former England captain is honoured 20 years on from his untimely death by old club West Ham

The Irish captain, Brian O’Driscoll, will win his 123rd international cap when he faces Scotland at Murrayfield tomorrow

Six Nations: Resurgent Scots determined not to let Brian O'Driscoll roam in desert

Coach Johnson wary of Irish captain's influence as they aim for back-to-back wins

Should Arsenal bring back goalscorer Santos?

Arsenal's troubles in front of goal look likely to define their season, so maybe they are beginning to regret letting full-back Andre Santos join Gremio on loan.

Bobby Moore, a class act whatever he wore

West Ham pay Bobby Moore tribute

West Ham will mark the 20th anniversary of Bobby Moore's death with a series of memorial events.

Footballs

Two hundred thousand counterfeit footballs found in Brazil

The balls included imitations of the Jabulani and Cafusa models

Good kicker: Ben Botica en route to 20 points in place of injured Nick Evans

Match Report: Inspirational Danny Care reinforces his England claim

Harlequins 25 Leicester Tigers 21

Joe Marler and the England squad pictured training

Joe Marler: England would win the World Cup if it was tomorrow

England prop says that on current form England would feel confident of winning the ultimate prize

Fabrice Muamba’s heart stopped for 78 minutes during a game

Electronic monitors for every player can warn of heart problems that hit Fabrice Muamba

Football lawmakers' will be asked next month to allow trials of an electronic chip in players' shirts which could warn of medical problems such as the heart attack suffered by Bolton's Fabrice Muamba on the pitch.

Mark Leftly: There's no need to read last rites for the high street – it will survive

Outlook A cliché sure to boil the ice-cold blood of many a City retail correspondent is that there are "only xx number of weeks/days/hours/minutes to save the high street".

Liverpool's Steven Gerrrard and Martin Skrtel promote the club's Seeing is Believing campaign

Liverpool promote global blindness charity for game against West Brom

Shirt sponsor change part of fundraising campaign

Matt Kvesic

Matt Kvesic to join Gloucester at the end of the season

Promising flanker will leave Worcester Warriors

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