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Rob Green conceded five on his QPR debut

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QPR strikers Junior Hoilett and Djibril Cisse

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Two trains collided head-on in southern Poland, killing over a dozen people

Head-on crash that killed 16 is investigated

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Velcro's dramatic save leads football to lift ban on hijab

New pinless headscarf persuades world body to reverse ruling

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar gets a mouthful of Wembley grass on Wednesday

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Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is still in his prime and surely must be coveted by the Premier League’s big spenders

Blatter favours goal-line tech

The Fifa president, Sepp Blatter, insists he would "die" if he witnesses another World Cup goal-line blunder such as Frank Lampard's disallowed goal for England in 2010.

Harry Redknapp: Issues between the Spurs boss and Sir Trevor Brooking are dated to 1994

Brooking rift will not stand in the way of Redknapp being appointed

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A view of St Andrews, the home of Birmingham City

Transfer embargo placed on Birmingham

Birmingham have confirmed the Football League have placed them under a transfer embargo after they failed to submit their club accounts on time.

Chris Huhne outside Westminster magistrates’ court yesterday. The former Energy Secretary and his ex-wife are facing charges of perverting the course of justice

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DVD: Ripping Yarns (15)

This compilation of Michael Palin and Terry Jones's absurd half-hour adventure parodies from the Seventies is worth it alone for the stupendous send-up of British public schools in Tomkinson's Schooldays, in which pupils wrestle grizzly bears, beat their headmaster and are nailed to the school walls on St Tadger's Day.

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