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Wayne Rooney is sent off for ‘assault’. His appeal over his three game ban will be heard this week by Uefa

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This was as far removed as you could have got from the Spurs side we saw last May, who lived up to the old club motto of 'To dare is to do'

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Michael Dawson has insisted Tottenham have not given up hope of snatching fourth place in the Barclays Premier League.

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Arsene Wenger emerged from the latest setback in Arsenal's faltering title assault to declare his support for Cesc Fabregas, despite the Gunners captain appearing to undermine his boss in an interview with a Spanish magazine.

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