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Forward-thinking Fergie facing selection headache
Chicharito’s form will make it difficult for Rooney on his return from injury, Ferguson admits.
Ireland wants an apology, asks Henry?
Frenchman compares Paris handball to Robbie Keane penalty against Georgia.
Political football: Iranian and Bolivian leaders line out for footie game
What happened when Iran and Bolivia’s leaders pulled on football boots?
Keane set for Italian job sequel?
The Ireland skipper is on a Juventus wish-list
Young, gifted and Red
Remember the name, this young Irish talent is about to hit the big time
We saw this coming: Paul the Octopus dies at 2
The English-born ‘mystic mollusk’ is found dead in his aquarium in Germany, having surpassed his life expectancy.
Agents "all the same" - and some "very difficult", says Fergie
The Manchester United boss lashes out after Paul Stretford gets Wayne Rooney’s pay doubled at Old Trafford.
Cristiano Ronaldo's not actually that bad, you know
The £80m man was quiet last year – but mercurial last night as Real got six, and he bagged four. Watch this.
Everton leave White Hart lane with a point
Advantage Hoops as Bohs flounder in wild West
Shamrock Rovers put one hand on their first title for 16 years as Bohemians fall to defeat against Galway United.
Portsmouth FC could be wound up by next week
The club’s biggest creditor demands an upfront cash payment to approve a deal that would end its administration.
The Twitter reaction as Rooney puts the brakes on City switch
It’s a funny old game – and some of the Twitter reactions to Wayne’s change of heart are pretty witty too
Football, eh? Bloody hell. Rooney signs new five-year deal
Sensationally, Wayne Rooney’s going nowhere as he pens a wage-structure-busting five-year deal.
Rooney besieged in home by hooded mob
Carlos Tevez urges Rooney to join the Eastlands ‘project’ despite death threats from United supporters about move to City
Disgusted Holloway rages against the machine
Ian Holloway says the transfer system is broken – in light of this week’s goings on at Old Trafford
FAI welcome moves towards video technology
Football’s law-makers re-open the debate on the use of goal-line technology which is hailed as a positive move in Abbotstown
Reds gear up for Italian job
Roy Hodgson’s men are set for a tough night in the sold-out 60,000 capacity San Paolo stadium in Naples this evening.
The last laugh: Rooney confirms he's leaving United
I’m leaving United to win more trophies – not for money, says a bullish Wayne Rooney this evening
Reds' MD Purslow steps down
Paper talk: Keane under pressure at Ipswich
Roy Keane has seen his name in Fleet Street’s boldest typeface all week after his unique advice to Wayne Rooney. But all politics is local as he may have realised if he picked up a newspaper in East Anglia this morning.
Mancini: no City contact with Wayne
Don’t look at me, insists Mancini as speculation grows surrounding Wayne Rooney’s future.
Twitter reaction to Fergie’s shock Rooney revelations
People are talking as the news sinks in that England striker Wayne Rooney is determined to exit Old Trafford – soon.
Honest Fergie admits Rooney’s on the brink
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson says Wayne Rooney expressed a wish to leave Old Trafford during the close season.
Rooney on the brink of shock Old Trafford exit
Manchester United are braced for the shock exit of their talisman as the striker’s relationship with manager Alex Ferguson disintegrates
FIFA investigates vote selling allegations
Senior officials accused of offering to sell their votes for the 2018 World Cup host.
It's done! Liverpool confirms sale to NESV – as old owners seek $1.6bn damages
Tom Hicks and George Gillett withdraw their injunction – but get set to seek a billion-dollar payout in damages.
Liverpool restraining order 'may already have been lifted'
Chelsea sign 'promising' 11-year-old striker
Fox Michael Gyasi, 11, has been on the Chelsea radar since he played against them with Northampton’s under-10s.
Liverpool takeover could (finally) be complete today
The Texas court that issued the outstanding injunction against Liverpool’s sale could remove that ban today.
High Court says Liverpool sale can still go ahead
Justice Christopher Floyd at Britain’s High Court dismisses the Texan injunction: “This case has nothing to do with Texas.”
What the hell is going on at Liverpool FC?
Our somewhat condensed guide to who’s who, what’s what, and why the American courts are involved.
Liverpool board and debtors to return to the High Court
So did Wayne Rooney injure his ankle or not?
The striker contradicts Alex Ferguson by denying he’s had an ankle injury – which Fergie said had kept him out of action.
Liverpool owners secure Texas injunction to block sale
Denied the right of appeal in the UK, Tom Hicks and George Gillett resort to the Texas judiciary to fight the sale.
16 injured after Serbia fans clash with Italian police
Both fans and police have been hospitalised after last night’s violence in Genoa.
High Court ruling means Liverpool FC sale will go ahead
The Royal Bank of Scotland is granted an injunction stopping Tom Hicks and George Gillett from blocking NESV’s takeover.
Keane's form worries Trap
Keane’s lack of match practice worries Trap after captain misses two key chances in Zilina.
Judgement on Liverpool dispute to be delivered tomorrow
There’ll be no decision on whether the Royal Bank of Scotland can force through the sale of Liverpool FC until tomorrow.
Trap to team: Ignore the headlines, and make amends
Giovanni Trapattoni tells his side to shrug off the Russian loss for tonight’s crunch match away to Slovakia.
Liverpool ownership hearing scheduled for tomorrow morning
‘Royal Bank of Scotland PLC v Hicks & others’, to be heard tomorrow, will decide whether the club will be sold.