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Club captain claims that he trusts the manager to do the right thing and says the pre-season has been an enjoyable one
Southampton striker scores winner against Scotland three minutes after coming off the bench
The defender has never lifted the trophy
Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland today insisted things were starting to improve despite the struggling retailer posting an eighth successive quarter of falling clothing sales.
England will play three of their pool matches at Twickenham
Police have arrested four men in connection with violence at an FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan.
The World Player of the Year missed Barca's win at the weekend
Saturday's FA Cup semi-final was marred with violence
Arsenal midfielder put in a man-of-the-match performance against Brazil
Wembley among contenders to host games
Former Pink Floyd musician Roger Waters has announced a summer tour of The Wall in large open-air stadiums across Europe.
West Ham remain committed to their bid to relocate to the Olympic Stadium despite the massive financial obligations that would ensue if they were to be successful.
John Terry's legal team has turned the tables on the Football Association in the Chelsea captain's disciplinary hearing by attempting to show that the governing body has treated him differently to other England players who have found themselves in controversial circumstances.
Spectators travelling to the Games today have been affected by delays on three Tube lines.
Japan advanced to their first Olympic semi-final in 44 years by beating Egypt 3-0 in the quarter-finals, giving them a chance to improve on the bronze they won in 1968. "We are now in the position to challenge the world," Japan's coach, Takashi Sekizuka, said. "The team is getting stronger and stronger game by game."
Officers were searching the venue before the Games began when the keys went missing, prompting a Scotland Yard investigation