Sport Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak looks on from the in the stands at the Etihad Stadium

City reported losses of £51.6m for 2012/13, down from £97.9m the previous year

Vanessa Perroncel denies John Terry affair in TV interview

Vanessa Perroncel gave her first TV interview following her alleged affair with ex-England captain John Terry - saying she would like to get back with former boyfriend Wayne Bridge.

Will Capello stay and face fans' anger, or quit and take £10m payout?

When England's players convened in the dressing rooms at half-time yesterday, Fabio Capello said nothing to them. Perhaps even then, with his side 2-1 down, the England manager knew the writing was on the wall for his team and was considering his future.

James Lawton: Red Knights could take us back to a valiant age when owners cared about football

Let's hear it for the Red Knights of Manchester United. Let's hear it, at least, for their reassertion of something that was the lifeblood of English football, a passion and a caring not for creating cash cows, objects for various kinds of plunder, but something vital to the amusement and invigoration of a community.

Letters: Michael Foot's legacy

Michael Foot, a man too human for today's politics

Terry confident he can put the jeers behind him

Former England captain happy with display but got mixed reaction from crowd

The Andy Cole Column: The real reason I've hated Sheringham for 15 years: he refused to shake my hand

Fired Up! I walk on to the pitch, 60,000 watching. Teddy is coming off - and he snubs me

Ferdinand reveals TV informed him about captaincy

Rio Ferdinand has revealed he found out he was England's new captain while watching the news on television.

Rooney 'best in world,' says Gerrard

Latest England captain also keen to point out that one man alone cannot win World Cup

Capello encouraged by England focus

England manager Fabio Capello has been encouraged by the performance of his players in training in the wake of the negative headlines surrounding the camp in recent weeks.

James Lawton: From Canada's iceman comes a lesson for Capello's troubled troops

Among the baggage being taken home from the 21st Winter Olympics is at least one imperishable item.

Rooney urges fans to end taunts against Terry

Striker shows support for former captain and is confident of being fit for Egypt match

World Cup starts here, says Capello

Fabio Capello told his England players yesterday that "the World Cup starts here" and urged them to get focused on the task in hand as they gathered for tomorrow's friendly against Egypt.

Rooney hopeful of featuring for England

Wayne Rooney hopes to be fit for England's friendly against Egypt on Wednesday after scans showed no serious damage to his knee.

Philip Hensher: The waste of time that is careers advice

Even now, children of doctors become doctors, and children of manual labourers become manual labourers

Terry furious over Bellamy jibe

Defender hits back over Bridge row comments as Capello confirms he'll never regain England captaincy under him
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