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John Terry has denied ever trying to cash in on his status as England captain.

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Capello open to Terry return as England captain

Fabio Capello is weighing up the possibility of bringing back John Terry as England captain in what would represent the most controversial move of his three years in charge of the national team.

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Demba Ba has finally completed his move from Hoffenheim to West Ham, the German club have confirmed.

Scott Parker gives backing to under-pressure Avram Grant

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Aston Villa admit interest in Wayne Bridge

Aston Villa manager Gerard Houllier has confirmed his interest in signing Manchester City full-back Wayne Bridge on loan.

Bridge's loan move to West Ham blocked by City wage demand

Manchester City have told clubs wishing to secure loan-deals for their out-of-favour stars such as Emmanuel Adebayor, Roque Santa Cruz and Wayne Bridge this month that they will have to pay their wages in full.

'Fifth-choice' Bridge ready to fight for his City spot

Wayne Bridge feels he has slipped to fifth-choice left-back at Manchester City but remains determined to fight for as long as he can for a place at a club where he now values the close bond he has formed with some of his team-mates.

Samba: City could learn about team spirit from us

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Third England star wins privacy order

A third England footballer has won an injunction banning the reporting of allegations about his private life.

Footballer wins gagging order extension

An England footballer today won a continuation of a High Court gagging order preventing the "misuse" of private information about him.

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