Sport Tim Sherwood manager of Tottenham Hotspur argues with Jorge Jesus manager of Benfica during the match

A look ahead to Thursday's last-16 second leg encounter at the Estádio da Luz

Bellamy says strike claims are 'untrue'

Manchester City new boy Craig Bellamy has denied going on strike to get a move away from Upton Park.

West Brom complete Fortune signing

West Brom have further boosted their attacking options by making Marc-Antoine Fortune their second January signing.

Beckham set for Uefa Cup snub

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed David Beckham may not be included in his team's Uefa Cup squad.

Jimenez rues Sevilla's UEFA Cup exit

Dejected Sevilla coach Manolo Jimenez rued a lack of creativity after his side’s 1-0 defeat to Sampdoria on Thursday ended their UEFA Cup hopes.

Young hails Villa Park's deadly duo

Defender admits fitness of attacking pair is crucial to club's hopes this season

League to adopt domestic quotas

Football League clubs will today pave the way for one of the most radical innovations of recent years when they vote whether to introduce quotas for home-grown players in the three divisions beneath the Premier League.

Celtic go out as own goal adds to miserable record on the road

Aalborg 2 Celtic 1

O'Neill reveals Villa burn-out fears

Martin O'Neill fears Aston Villa's early start to the current campaign will end up taking its toll on his players.

Strachan is focused on breaking away-day jinx

Gordon Strachan is concentrating on achieving Celtic's first away win in the Champions League when they play Aalborg tonight – while forgetting the favour needed from Manchester United at Villarreal.

Robinho: "City can be as big as Real"

Robinho insists Manchester City can become one of the best clubs in the world and has set his sights on winning silverware in his first season at Eastlands.

Uefa Cup preview: O'Neill relishing European challenge

Martin O'Neill is hoping occasions such as tonight's Uefa Cup visit of Ajax will become commonplace at Villa Park.

Murray condemns Rangers trouble-makers

Sir David Murray has urged Rangers supporters to pull together in their fight against sectarianism.

Uefa hand Tottenham seeding boost

Tottenham may be bottom of the Barclays Premier League but they find themselves among the top-rated teams for tomorrow's Uefa Cup group stage draw.

From loan ranger to dazzling wide boy

Albert Riera did well at Eastlands but City couldn't afford him. He's back today with Liverpool and the hosts may pay the price. By Steve Tongue

Spurs find the light in Uefa Cup

Wisla Krakow 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1 (Tottenham win 3-2 on aggregate)
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