Sport Moyes became Real Sociedad manager in November 2014

The Real Sociedad manager reportedly held talks with the club on Thursday

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Retaining their Premier League crown looks impossible, but they are just two wins away from winning the Capital One Cup

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Nemanja Vidic can't believe his red card in the 3-0 defeat to Chelsea

Nemanja Vidic loses appeal over red card against Chelsea

The Manchester United captain was shown a straight red card

Nemanja Vidic has claimed he will not give up on Manchester United's title chances

Chelsea v Manchester United: Nemanja Vidic refuses to rule out Premier League title chances as he targets win over Blues

Vidic's side will be six points off Chelsea should they become the first team to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the league under Jose Mourinho

Mauricio Pochettino's decision to stay as manager was contingent on the club not selling their players

No players will be sold by Southampton, promises owner Katharina Liebherr

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Sunderland director of football Roberto De Fanti to leave Stadium of Light

Owner Ellis Short decided to dispense with his services

'It is one of the easiest things in football' - has Jose Mourinho rediscovered Chelsea's defensive mojo?

Blues boss blasé about improving his side's defence

Transfer news: Sunderland target Argentine striker Ignacio Scocco in bid to avoid relegation

Poyet looking to South America to save his club's season

Steve Sidwell heads in Fulham's third

Fulham 3 Norwich City 0 match report: Brede Hangeland's return for FA Cup replay gives Fulham confidence for bigger battles ahead

Norwegian defender helps Cottages to victory - and earns his side a first clean sheet in eight games

Transfer news: Everton interested in bringing in Stoke City forward Kenwyne Jones - reports

Toffees seeking cut price deal for Stoke striker

Nicklas Bendtner wins the Ballon d'Or...according to Arsenal teammate Emmanuel Frimpong

The latest in a series of photoshopped images from the Gunners' midfielderhas added Bendtner to its list of victims

An emergency ambulance similar to the one a seven-year-old called out for is grandad

Seven-year-old Sunderland boy and his younger sister save grandad from heart attack

Adam Smith  called an ambulance and knew to show the paramedics his grandfather's medicine

Jermain Defoe scores Tottenham’s second against Crystal Palace
Reda Johnson scored for Sheffield Wednesday in their 6-0 win over Leeds

Sheffield Wednesday 6 Leeds United 0 match report: Owls smash Yorkshire rivals for six to continue rise up the Championship table

Matt Smith was sent off for Leeds early in the second half but they were already two goals down and the rout only got worse after the dismissal

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