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Ian Holloway was forced to watch his side face Manchester United from the stands

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway refuses to comment on penalty incident due to fear of being 'rude' after previous ban

Eagles manager was banned for criticising the referee in their first game back in the Premier League but chose not to speak out over the controversial penalty decision

Wayne Rooney returns to Manchester United training but is rated 50/50 for derby against Manchester City after being ruled out of Crystal Palace clash

England striker has been ruled out since suffering a gashed forehead after a training ground collision with Phil Jones

JACK WILSHERE: Gave the ball away far too often and lost his radar in the final third. Did not shy away but never got going. 5/10

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere not at 'full fitness' admits Roy Hodgson

Below par performance against Ukraine blamed on lack of fitness

Jack Wilshere struggled and does not look ready to play at this level

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Both Johnson and Sturridge missed Friday's international win over Moldova and will be absent for tonight's crucial qualifier against Ukraine

Rickie Lambert has scored in each of his two England games
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Michael Carrick can be midfield key to England mastery

Roy Hodgson faces tricky choices for Tuesday's vital game against Ukraine

England’s Ross Barkley makes headway against Moldova

England 4 Moldova 0: ‘Suspension is difficult to get my head round’

Welbeck ‘unbelievably unfortunate’ to get yellow card, claims England manager

Rickie Lambert (middle) celebrates scoring England’s winner

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Tim Rich: Rickie Lambert selection exposes England's dearth of talent

Hodgson chooses 31-year-old to lead attack and also breaks predecessor's rule by allowing WAGs into hotel

Liverpool FC emblem on Anfield stadium’s gates. Victims’ families want inquiries to be ‘knitted together’

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There has been talk of retribution following a thoughtless Tweet on Liverpool's official account

Wayne Rooney is 'mentally in good shape' says David Moyes ahead of Manchester United's trip to play Liverpool

The striker is set to remain at Old Trafford despite coveting a move to Chelsea

Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata had been a target for Arsenal and Tottenham
David Moyes (left) prowls the technical area last night as Jose Mourinho takes notes

Comment: David Moyes selections hint at industry over art at Manchester United

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