Errors & Omissions: This incredible chaos is getting beyond the boundaries of belief

"Chaos on roads and railways to continue today, warn forecasters." That headline appeared over a news story on Monday. It happens every winter: severe weather is greeted by the absurdly overdramatic word "chaos". Of course, "chaos" is a short word, and as such very difficult to keep out of headlines.

Wigan settle for a point against Everton

Wigan 1 Everton 1

Robin Scott-Elliot: Bernstein deserves credit for firm and decisive leadership

When John Terry was last relieved of his duties as captain of England it was a decision made by Fabio Capello. A four-man gathering of the Football Association's key suited players, including the chairman Lord Triesman, decided to leave the manager to have the final say. This time it was the chairman, David Bernstein, who took the lead and the chairman who informed Terry of his fate. The events of the last two days at the business end of Wembley Way have smacked of firm and decisive leadership, something that has not always appeared the FA way.

Manchester City players try to block Gibson's match-winner

City slip-up at Everton gives United table boost

Everton 1 Manchester City 0

Portsmouth issued with winding-up petition over unpaid taxes

Portsmouth have been issued with a winding-up petition by HM Revenue and Customs.

Stéphane Sessègnon (right), who scored Sunderland’s first goal and set up their second, is challenged by Joe Allen, of Swansea

Swansea's cool design unpicked by O'Neill

Sunderland 2 Swansea 0

Anichebe rescues a point for Everton

Aston Villa 1 Everton 1

Christopher says: 'The children clustered around me yelling 'Toubab' - I felt special'

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Rafael van der Vaart talks up Tottenham's title ambitions

Rafael van der Vaart claims Tottenham must now be taken seriously as Barclays Premier League title contenders - and they will show leaders Manchester City just why at the Etihad Stadium the weekend after next.

Younes Kaboul and Tim Cahill go head to head last night

Redknapp puts heat on City

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Everton 0

Fratton Park, the home of Portsmouth FC. The south- coast club owe £105m including £17m to other teams

Portsmouth takeover close say administrators

Portsmouth are close to announcing new owners, according to administrator Andrew Andronikou.

Leighton Baines scores from the penalty spot past Sunderland keeper Kieran Westwood

Sunderland's miserable run against Everton continues

Sunderland 1 Everton 1

The Chelsea captain, John Terry, clashes with QPR's Anton Ferdinand during the match at Loftus Road

Sponsors shun Terry over charge for racism

Umbro downplay association with England captain, who heads for court on 1 February

Osman strikes as Swansea's poor away form continues

Everton 1 Swansea City 0

Rodgers aims for historic Swansea win over Everton

The last time Swansea travelled to Everton, Margaret Thatcher was celebrating a landslide election victory and American TV drama M*A*S*H was airing its final episode.

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