Sport Norwich City players celebrate after Ryan Bennett scored a late winner against Hull City

Defender strikes in the closing minutes to see off 10-man Hull and earn a crucial three points in bid for survival

Gibbs, Huddlestone and Crouch set to be named in qualifier squad

Fabio Capello will turn to Fulham's emerging new goalkeeper David Stockdale when he names his England squad tomorrow for the start of the Euro 2012 qualification campaign against Bulgaria and Switzerland.

Crouch Champions League treble sees off Swiss

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Redknapp calls for all-out attack to earn Spurs European prize

The opportunity presented to Tottenham Hotspur tonight has been 49 years in the making, as manager Harry Redknapp knows only too well because he was a teenager in the crowd the last time his club dined at Europe's top table.

Referee's howler costs Stoke as Tottenham are Baled out

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Modric motivates Spurs to shrug off bruising by Boys

Luka Modric has warned that Tottenham Hotspur cannot use their testing midweek Champions League trip to Switzerland as an excuse should they lose at Stoke tomorrow.

Redknapp rails against pitch as injuries strike

Harry Redknapp's dislike of artificial pitches has been intensified by the prospect of losing midfielder Luka Modric and striker Jermain Defoe for the league game at Stoke City on Saturday because of injuries sustained in Spurs' 3-2 defeat by Young Boys Berne on Tuesday.

Pitch is no excuse says Dawson

Michael Dawson refused to criticise Young Boys' artificial pitch after his Tottenham side only just avoided total humiliation on it on their Champions League debut.

Young Boys toy with Spurs but Pavlyuchenko keeps hope alive

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City's poor show has Redknapp feeling richer

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Robinson and Brown walk out on Capello's new-look squad

Fabio Capello's attempt to rebuild confidence in his England regime after the summer's dismal World Cup finals showing was undermined yet again yesterday when Wes Brown and Paul Robinson responded to call-ups for Wednesday's friendly against Hungary by withdrawing from the squad and retiring from international football.

Sam Wallace: It is a fact that England are a better side when Crouch partners Rooney

To the Ruimsig stadium in Roodepoort on Saturday, where the England camp dispatched the world's most famous scout to watch Australia's friendly with the United States. That was David Beckham in his new role as player liaison, US football expert and sidekick for Fabio Capello's tireless general manager Franco Baldini.

Bent disappointed at World Cup snub

Sunderland striker has admitted to being disappointed at being left out of England's 23-man squad for the World Cup finals in South Africa.

Sam Wallace: Theo aside, Capello played it safe with his selections

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