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Harry Redknapp's innocence was no surprise to his legal team, who had been saying for months the charges should never have been brought.

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Clayton lifts Leeds as Foxes close in on return of Pearson

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Marauding Manset spoils Sven's big day

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Ian Holloway: Can we go up again or was I just a donkey blessed with good players?

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Manset double revives Reading from hangover

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Peltier header gets flying Foxes off the ground

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Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson joins Leicester on loan

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Leicester cool interest in Owen Hargreaves

Leicester manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has confirmed he has enquired about Owen Hargreaves - but any possible deal to sign the former Manchester United midfielder is "on ice".

Off-stage affairs that heighten the drama

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Little Eyolf: The old trouble and strife

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