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The Manchester United footballer Wayne Rooney is considering whether to join the list of celebrities suing the News of the World for alleged voicemail hacking after it was confirmed yesterday that his mobile phone numbers were obtained by the private detective Glenn Mulcaire.
Police investigating the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World are studying whether Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was targeted by private investigator Glenn Mulcaire and journalists from the paper.
A News of the World journalist allegedly hacked into the phone messages of actress Sienna Miller's former stepmother shortly before the paper's editor told MPs that "rigorous new safeguards" had been introduced to stamp out the practice, the High Court heard yesterday.
Kelly Hoppen accuses 'News of the World' of trying to access her voicemail last year
When Eriksson left Nottingham the players and fans were sad, despite the club having £7m of liabilities and an unpaid bill for the Swede's driver. But the world's oldest football team are nothing if not optimists
Newcastle manager Chris Hughton is convinced goalkeeper Steve Harper will return as good as ever after his lengthy injury lay-off.
Redknapp looks to former Gunner to maintain centre-back strength as Woodgate causes concern
Cesc Fabregas will make a very public return to Arsenal today: his first day back at the club after stating his desire to leave involves a team photocall and training session in front of 10,000 Arsenal members at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will have returned from South Africa determined to mould a team capable of ending a five-season trophy drought - with World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas at the heartbeat of the side.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce today confirmed he has held talks with Sol Campbell but insisted the former England international is just one of his options as he bids to strengthen his defence over the summer.
Celtic are looking for "experienced winners" to bring success back to the club, assistant manager Johan Mjallby has revealed.
Theo Walcott is desperate to have an injury-free season to show just what he can do - both for Arsenal and England.
Sol Campbell has revealed he is "seriously considering" a move to Celtic.
Manager risks backlash after launching his own World Cup gaming website / Hargreaves set to join Carragher as surprises in squad announced today
Sir Paul McCartney's appearance on the Today programme yesterday provided a little welcome relief from the election coverage. Who knew it could prove so controversial?
Aaron Lennon has been back in full training at Tottenham Hotspur this week and is a contender to be on the bench in the crucial match against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.