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Wolves keeper set for a return to the Premier League with Palace

Tim Sherwood has taken temporary charge of Tottenham after andre Villas-Boas was sacked

Andre Villas-Boas sacked: Tim Sherwood takes charge of Tottenham on an interim basis

Fabio Capello, Glenn Hoddle and Mauricio Pochettino are in the running for the Spurs job

Glenn Hoddle

Andre Villas-Boas sacked: Gary Lineker backs Glenn Hoddle to be new Tottenham manager

Spurs have begun their search for a replacement

DJ Campbell, pictured playing for Ipswich Town last season (but has since joined Blackburn Rovers), is one of six men arrested over match-fixing allegations

Match fixing: Sports chiefs called into summit meeting with Government

Talks called after six people were arrested during the investigation

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Brentford expect Uwe Rosler to remain in charge this weekend, despite interest from Wigan

The Latics are hoping to appoint the German following the departure of Owen Coyle

Wolves fans have warmed to Kenny Jackett

Kenny Jackett has halted Wolves 'runaway train' by getting rid of big earners

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The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 8 October 2013

Blow for Hodgson as Cole ruled out of crucial qualifiers

Chris Coleman hit by mass pull-outs from Wales squad

Wales manager Chris Coleman has been hit by a fresh batch of withdrawals from his squad for World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Belgium.

Steaua Bucharest celebrate winning the 1986 European Cup

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An exodus of talent, the end of state support and meagre resources have proved terminal

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Kevin Ball has been at the club for almost half his life

After Paolo Di Canio fiasco, what now for once proud Sunderland?

At 8.30am on 13 July, the colliery bands of Durham began their march towards the city's market place. The miners' banners went with them, signposts to the past, a visible display of pride in the region's history. From there followed a slow march towards the County Hotel on Old Elvet. The bands played, the march went on to the racecourse, and the banners were strapped to the surrounding fences.

The Sport Matrix: Friday 27 September 2013

Taylor wants Fifa to act over 'hybrid' boots issues

Tony Smith and Warrington could face disciplinary action after the coach elected not to show up for the ClubCall announcement

Warrington Wolves pick Huddersfield Giants as opponents in Super League semi-finals but Tony Smith absence could prove costly

Surprising choice in the controversial ClubCall decision means reigning champions Leeds Rhinos will meet Wigan Warriors for a place in Old Trafford final

Huddersfield Giants' Luke Robinson (centre) celebrates with teammates

Hull to give fans refunds after play-off horror show at Huddersfield

Hull owner Adam Pearson has apologised to the club’s fans for their play-off horror show at Huddersfield and pledged to refund those who made the trip to West Yorkshire.

Dividend delight but Redrow boss Steve Morgan still pans the system

Redrow boss Steve Morgan today added another £1.5 million to his £500 million fortune as the housebuilder reinstated the final dividend in the wake of soaring annual profits.

Gareth Bale trains in Istanbul ahead of tonight’s game

Champions League: Gareth Bale to play in top tier of Europe for first time in two years if selected by Real Madrid

Former Tottenham player hopes for Turkish delight as Real Madrid visit Galatasaray

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