Fulham's Europa dream continues

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West Ham consider complaint against Fulham

West Ham are believed to be considering lodging an official complaint over Fulham's team selection last weekend.

Hodgson calls for 'fantastic' Fulham effort

Fulham manager Roy Hodgson has no intention of taking Wolfsburg lightly as he attempts to guide his side into yet more unchartered territory, especially as he has a doubt over the fitness of his leading scorer Bobby Zamora.

Fulham given German test after Juve heroics

German champions Wolfsburg offer hopes of semi-final spot for Hodgson

Dempsey dreaming of Europa League glory

Fulham's match-winning hero Clint Dempsey believes Fulham have what it takes to go all the way in the Europa League after last night's shock hammering of Juventus.

Fulham draw Wolfsburg in Europa League

Fulham's reward for their stunning victory over Juventus is a Europa League quarter-final with German side Wolfsburg.

Owen's England career ends with a whimper

Striker's season-ending hamstring injury puts paid to hope of international recall

England and Manchester United hit by Ferdinand injury scare

Fabio Capello looks set to plan for England's friendly with Egypt next week having to install yet another captain after Rio Ferdinand's latest injury scare.

Dzeko agent claims Chelsea interest

The agent of Edin Dzeko claims that Chelsea have emerged as potential suitors for the Wolfsburg striker.

Chelsea want Aguero and Dzeko in January

Chelsea are lining up two strikers in the January transfer window according to reports today.

Van der Sar to undergo injury assessment

Manchester United keeper Edwin van der Sar is returning to Holland to get a fresh assessment on his troublesome knee injury.

Europa League draw: Liverpool to learn fate

If Liverpool thought dropping down into the Europa League from its big brother would lead to an easy ride they could be disabused of that notion today when they learn their opponents in the first knock-out round.

Manchester United lead Dzeko chase

Manchester United's hopes of signing Edin Dzeko have been boosted today after it was revealed AC Milan have cooled their interest in the striker.

Scholes and Giggs to get new United deals

Paul Scholes might be unsure whether he's got another season in him but his manager certainly isn't. Both he and Ryan Giggs will be offered a new, one-year rolling contract Sir Alex Ferguson revealed yesterday. "We're sure about him," Ferguson said with a fond smile. "He knows that."

Welbeck agrees new Manchester United deal

Manchester United have agreed a new contract with England Under-21 striker Danny Welbeck tieing him to the club until at least June 2013.

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