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The Black Cats are yet to win this season

Gareth Bale spoke about his injury problems when a young player with Southampton

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Blackburn fans vent their fury at the club’s inept owners

Spending on agents rarely brings success
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Marouane Fellaini could have played his last game for Everton

Stoke football match ends with fan violence and 23 arrests

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Yohan Cabaye has been linked with a move away from Newcastle

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Nottingham Forest 3 Bolton 0 match report: Jamie Mackie, Andy Reid and Henri Lansbury send Forest top

Billy Davies' side continue impressive start to the season with comprehensive win against promotion rivals

Birmingham 0 Brighton 1 match report: Brighton off the mark after Andy Crofts gives Oscar Garcia first win with the Seagulls

First points of the season for Brighton as they go above the Blues in the league

Scott Parker could be reunited with former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp at Queen's Park Rangers

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Tottenham midfielder Parker to reunite with former manager Redknapp in the Championship

Wagstaffe: he bewildered close markers with sleight of foot and changes of direction

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He was a tantalising crosser who was capable of scorching bursts of acceleration

Old golden boy: Leigh Griffiths milks the applause for his second Wolves goal

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Three and a half months can be a long, long time in football. On the final weekend of April, Molineux witnessed an angry pitch invasion after Wolves' last home fixture of the old Championship season brought a defeat by Burnley which all but confirmed their relegation. Players were jostled, a hole punched in the dugout and obscenities sung. If that was despair, yesterday hope raised its head once more in this corner of the Black Country.

Chris Coleman remonstrates on the touchline with Gareth Bale as Wales take on Scotland

Transfer news: Wales boss Chris Coleman believes Gareth Bale is yet to reach his best ahead of potential Real Madrid move

Coleman has named Bale in the Wales squad to face the Republic of Ireland next week and insists he is 'only going to get better' regardless of if he stays in the Premier League

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