Sport Thierry Henry and Robert Pires are both training with Arsenal but Arsene Wenger insists he won't be making a move to bring them back to the club

Henry is currently training with the Gunners along with Robert Pires but Wenger insists that he will not be making a move to bring the striker back for a third spell with the club

Ashley takes Newcastle off market and hires Hughton

Newcastle are no longer for sale, after owner Mike Ashley took the club off the market and confirmed that Chris Hughton is now the side's permanent manager. Hughton has been given a contract until the end of the 2010-11 season.

Wenger sorry he let Upson leave Arsenal

Arsene Wenger feels more than a tinge of regret that England defender Matthew Upson did not stay and fulfil his potential at Arsenal – and he even thought about buying him back.

League give green light to County owners

The Football League have confirmed that Notts County's owners have passed its fit and proper persons test. This came as an additional boost to the League Two club on the day director of football Sven Goran Eriksson declared he was not interested in becoming Sweden's manager.

Notts County owners get League approval

The Football League have confirmed that Notts County's owners have passed its fit and proper persons test.

Notts County won't rush manager search

Notts County have stressed they will not be rushed into the appointment of a new manager following the departure of Ian McParland.

West Brom in talks with Campbell

West Brom have held preliminary talks over a move for former England defender Sol Campbell, Press Association Sport understands.

I'm not fighting for my job insists Brown

Hull boss Phil Brown takes his side into a crucial game with Wigan tomorrow insisting he does not feel his job is on the line.

Premier League ready to take control as 'penniless' Pompey crash

Extent of crisis at Fratton Park is revealed, while Notts County deny failing to pay staff

Party Of The Week: Big names sparkle for Starlight

The illustrator Daisy de Villeneuve, the surrealist painter Marie Guerlain, and the painter Natasha Law, Jude's sister, were at a glitzy fund-raiser for the Starlight Children's Foundation at the Saatchi Gallery.

County chief denies making false promises to Campbell

Trembling 'surprised' by comments as identity of backers remains unknown

Campbell let us all down, says Sven

Former England manager 'disappointed' but will not follow defender out of club

Sven disappointed by Campbell exit

Sven-Goran Eriksson has revealed his personal frustration at Sol Campbell's departure from Notts County and questioned the former England defender's motives.

Campbell walked away from County over 'broken promises'

Lack of investment from Munto forced ex-England star to quit Eriksson's side

Hit & Run: Meet the Jonathans

If you'd like your children to become politicians or pop stars, by all means name them Barack and Britney. But if you'd prefer your newborn boy to become a literary hipster, call him Jonathan and move to Brooklyn. There he may emulate the three "Jonathans of Brooklyn", as the star authors Jonathan Safran Foer, Jonathan Lethem and Jonathan Ames are sometimes described.

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