Sport Garcia's ghost goal: In another duel with Liverpool, Chelsea lost in the Champions League semi-finals with a disputed goal from Luis Garcia. “It was a goal that came from the moon,” said Mourinho, who never acknowledged the goal in the future

The Spaniard played an integral role in Liverpool's Champions League triumph in 2005

Bacary Sagna declares 'war' on William Gallas

Bacary Sagna today declared war on former Arsenal team-mate William Gallas ahead of Saturday's north London derby.

Bale makes Spurs look sharp again sharp edge

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Bendtner barge sparks fresh offside debate

Wednesday was not a day to remember for Chris Hughton. After a swirl of speculation over his future, his Newcastle team became the latest to fall victim to the confusion surrounding the offside law, conceding a crucial goal to Arsenal thanks to an intervention from a player who appeared to many to have made his decisive contribution from beyond the last defender.

Spurs pursue Khumalo transfer

With three centre-backs injured and question marks remaining over the fitness of William Gallas and Younes Kaboul, Tottenham have moved to sign South African defender Bongani Khumalo.

Inter tear Spurs to pieces before surviving Bale's late onslaught

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Redknapp reaches for the stars ahead of Spurs' big test

The San Siro home of Internazionale is one of those iconic stadiums in which every manager of ambition envisages themselves leading out their team one day. But yesterday Harry Redknapp was not filling the role of a wide-eyed new boy, just pleased to be in Milan on Champions League business; he was talking about his plans for Tottenham's future.

Redknapp draws on full resourcesfor Tottenham's fight on two fronts

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Redknapp turns focus on Tottenham players

Harry Redknapp insists it is Tottenham's players and not him who have it all to prove in the Champions League, despite his own lack of experience in the competition.

Redknapp backs Gallas for timely debut

William Gallas is set to make his debut for Tottenham Hotspur at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday after the former Arsenal defender yesterday came through a hastily arranged friendly at Spurs' training ground.

Wenger demands protection from referees

Arsene Wenger insists he has no issue with rival manager's setting out to rough up Arsenal - but maintains referees must protect his players.

Blanc recalls Saha but says Toulalan is 'not essential'

The new France coach, Laurent Blanc, has high hopes for Everton striker Louis Saha in next month's Euro 2012 qualifiers but was yesterday forced to defend his decision to omit Jérémy Toulalan from his 21-man squad.

Arsenal will make experience tell on return to Rovers, says Arshavin

Andrei Arshavin has warned Blackburn that Arsenal will have some unfinished business at Ewood Park on Saturday. The Gunners, who look to be closing in on the £6m signing of experienced French defender Sébastien Squillaci from Seville, suffered a 2-1 defeat to Rovers in early May, having just seen any lingering hopes of staying in the title race brought to an abrupt end after losses at Tottenham and Wigan.

Redknapp philosophical regarding Young Boys clash

Harry Redknapp today admitted Tottenham would not deserve to be in the Champions League if they fail to win tomorrow's play-off second leg against Young Boys.

Arsenal set to complete Squillaci signing

Sebastien Squillaci was today poised to complete a move to Arsenal after Sevilla confirmed the two clubs had agreed a fee for the defender.

Bale's stunning strike marks a coming of age

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