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The Chelsea boss heaped praise on Chile and Netherlands after La Roja crashed out of the World Cup

Pepe Mel insists he has no plans to drop striker Nicolas Anelka for West Brom

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The Baggies' sponsor Zoopla will end their partnership with the club at the end of the season over Anelka's controversial 'quenelle' gesture

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Delayed Ryanair passengers loot drinks trolley and steal cigarettes in 'barbaric' revolt

Passengers had been on plane for several hours before the 'mutiny' took place

Czech tennis star Tomas Berdych beat third seed David Ferrer to move into the Australian Open semi-finals

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The Czech star rattled through the first two sets before overcoming a brief blip in the third to beat the Spaniard 6-1 6-4 2-6 6-4 and book his place in the semi-finals

Samuel Eto'o scored a hat-trick to beat Manchester United

Samuel Eto'o reveals he wants to quit Chelsea in the summer, and eyes move to Mallorca

The Cameroonian scored a hat-trick against Manchester United on Sunday

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 21 January 2014

Lugano lifts spirits at West Brom as Everton miss out

People throw turnips at the Jarramplas as he makes his way through the streets beating his drum during the Jarramplas Festival in Piornal

Spain: Jarramplas Festival 

Fernando Sebastián told a Spanish newspaper that gay people can be 'cured'

Pope Francis' new Spanish cardinal brands homosexuality a 'defect' that can be cured

Fernando Sebastián says gay people who do not procreate are 'failing'

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Lionel Messi of Barcelona looks on after the la Liga match between Levante UD and FC Barcelona at Ciutat de Valencia ended 1-1

La Liga: Real Madrid close gap after Barcelona and Atletico Madrid draw

The top two teams both missed a chance to break clear

Rafael Nadal progressed to the Australian Open quarter-finals with victory over Kei Nishikori

Australian Open 2014: Rafael Nadal made to work for quarter-final berth in straight-sets win over Kei Nishikori

World Number One progressed 7-6 (7-3) 7-5 7-6 (7-3) over the Japanese to move into the last eight

West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka makes an alleged anti-Semitic gesture when celebrating his first goal against West Ham

Nicolas Anelka 'quenelle' disciplinary action could come later today ahead of West Brom's Premier League encounter with Everton

The FA have been criticised with their lack of urgency in making the decision but Anelka could learn of his fate on Monday

Lacina Traoré of Monaco is a target of Roberto Martinez at Everton

The Sport Matrix: Monday 20 January 2014

Eto’o’s hat-trick downs United and gives Moyes blues

Immigrants who cannot speak English have no way of being a 'full member' of British society, Eric Pickles said

Non-English speakers may lose benefits, says Eric Pickles

Immigrants who cannot speak English have no way of being a “full member” of British society, Eric Pickles said on Sunday, amid suggestions benefits could be stripped from those who do not learn the language.

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