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Hammer's boss believes that signing of England striker Carroll was swayed by his time with the club while on loan from Liverpool
Flattley earned around £8,000 for information and investigating tip-offs
Steve Kember and James Scowcroft share their memories
His brutal drive from 30 yards sent his side to Wembley, but he missed the final through injury
United travel to Reading this weekend
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
Three people have been charged with fraud over allegations that Tottenham Hotspur Football Club spied on Olympic officials during its stadium bid.
They have never been this far in the world's oldest competition before, but when AFC Fylde manager Dave Challinor watched the draw for the FA Cup first round, the tie that was thrown up for his team presented more than a financially rewarding day out. It was more than the chance to claim a Football League scalp, and it was more than being seen by thousands on the late-night highlights show.
Sir Trevor Brooking, a key figure in the Football Association's recruitment of the new England manager, would not allow any personal issues to affect his judgement as to whether Harry Redknapp is a suitable candidate for the role, it is understood.
Sheffield Wednesday have appointed Dave Jones as their new manager.
Birmingham have confirmed the Football League have placed them under a transfer embargo after they failed to submit their club accounts on time.
Portsmouth administrator Trevor Birch has today revealed the club may not be able to complete the npower Championship season.
The Dutch can wake up in the morning disliking the hotel decor and go on strike
Premier League clubs could be in for another massive television cash windfall with a serious challenge to Sky's domination of top-flight domestic TV coverage by Al Jazeera now a "realistic prospect", according to the European head of ESPN.
It is almost 16 years since Stuart Pearce scored his penalty against Germany in the shoot-out at the end of England's semi-final at Euro '96, a brief moment of exhilaration in what turned out to be another famous disappointment chalked up by the national team.
Once foreign players have become reasonably fluent in English, it is always interesting to note which idiomatic phrases they pick up. Jose "Pepe" Reina must have been listening to former Liverpool stalwart Mark Lawrenson, for he is fond of the pundit's "happy days".