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The deal for the Denmark international can be made permanent in the summer

QPR’s manager, Mark Hughes, has said his club were not consulted

Martin Jol plays down Bobby Zamora and Mark Hughes factor as Fulham travel to QPR

Fulham manager Martin Jol wants the focus to be on defeating west London rivals QPR rather than coming up against Bobby Zamora and Mark Hughes for the first time.

Pogrebnyak's debut goal helps Fulham land points

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Jol defended his club's ambition

Crucial month ahead for Fulham says Martin Jol

Martin Jol believes this next month is the most vital of Fulham's season.

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After a well-documented, pre-Christmas rejection from Martin Jol's starting XI for the away defeat against Swansea, Zamora has since forced his way back into reckoning – including scoring the recent winner against Arsenal – but that hasn't silenced the rumours about a rift between player and boss. Sunderland are joined by Aston Villa as the team most linked with the England striker.

Bobby Zamora exit good for Fulham insists Martin Jol

Martin Jol believes Fulham are better off for the departure of wantaway striker Bobby Zamora.

Djibril Cissé returns to English football with QPR

QPR the big spenders on £4m Cissé

QPR completed the £4m signing of the former Liverpool striker Djibril Cissé yesterday but were last night still waiting to agree personal terms with Fulham's £5m striker Bobby Zamora as the January transfer window looked to be closing with a whimper.

Djibril Cissé returns to English football with QPR

QPR big spenders as Zamora and Cissé join

...while Harry Redknapp is up to his old tricks again with day of movement at Tottenham

Arjen Robben and Toni Kroos out for Bayern Munich Manchester City clash

Bayern Munich will be without midfield duo Arjen Robben and Toni Kroos for tomorrow's Champions League clash with Manchester City.

Giovanni Trapattoni: 'If he wants a new contract with the Republic of Ireland, then my view would be give him one'

Giovanni Trapattoni already planning for possible England meeting

Wily Republic of Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni has already begun planning for a potential Euro 2012 meeting with England.

Strictly Gershwin, Royal Albert Hall, London

Strictly Gershwin is an in-the-round extravaganza, stuffed with guest stars and glittering with Swarovski crystals. The dancers of English National Ballet are joined by singers, ballroom and tap dancers.

Jens Lehmann hints at extending Arsenal stay

Jens Lehmann has revealed he could remain at Arsenal beyond the end of the current season.

Jens Lehmann concedes two playing for Arsenal reserves

Veteran goalkeeper Jens Lehmann returned to action for Arsenal for the first time in almost three years with a run-out for the reserves today in their 2-1 defeat at Wigan.

Arsenal's goalkeeper crisis puts Lehmann in line for comeback

Arsenal are set to re-sign their former goalkeeper Jens Lehmann after injury has left Arsène Wenger without Lukasz Fabianski and Wojciech Szczesny. The manager is seeking an experienced alternative to Lehmann's former rival Manuel Almunia.

'I enjoy the English game more than the German'

Thomas Hitzlsperger's stunning West Ham debut has rekindled his love of Premier League football, he tells Sam Wallace

Daley Thompson: 'I am hoping one day to be a nice bloke too...'

Outspoken double Olympic decathlon champion is keeping a low profile in the run-up to the London Games but he's still out and about, helping in schools. Just don't ask him to wear a suit. Alan Hubbard meets Daley Thompson

Gomez: Chelsea wanted me for &#163;36.5m

Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez has claimed that Chelsea made a £36.5m bid for him during the January transfer window, an offer that was rejected by the Bavarian club.

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