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Wayne Rooney said sorry to Fabio Capello for his red-card madness as England stuttered into the Euro 2012 finals.
Liverpool are set to fight Stoke for non-league striker Dan Thompson.
Dan Gosling wants to remain at Newcastle.
Tottenham are battling it out with Newcastle and Udinese for Bayer Leverkusen's Switzerland striker Eren Derdiyok.
Arsene Wenger admits he tried to sign French playmaker Yoann Gourcuff in the summer.
Nottingham Forest want Nigel Clough to 'come home' as their new manager.
Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish has been told to cut his squad's average wage by £10,000 a week.
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola admits he thinks about leaving his job every day.
Venky's are hailing Steve Kean as a brilliant manager.
England will start their Euro 2012 bid without Wayne Rooney.
Wolves owner Steve Morgan fears Premier League clubs will face ''serious financial trouble'' unless a wage cap is introduced.
Corinthians have no plans to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.
Wayne Rooney soured England's qualification for next summer's European Championships after being sent off for a petulant kick at an opponent.
England advanced to the Euro 2012 finals, despite a red card for Wayne Rooney, who was sent off for the second time in his international career.
England's plans for next summer's European Championships were dealt a huge blow before they had even started last night, when Wayne Rooney's red card for a needless kick meant he will miss the first, and possibly the second, game of the campaign.
England will have to cope without Wayne Rooney for the first two matches of next summer's European Championships after his shocking sending-off marred last night's 2-2 draw with Montenegro.
Mark Hughes admitted yesterday that he is keen to manage Chelsea.
On a stormy night in the Balkans, England made heavy weather of reaching Euro 2012.
Blackburn Rovers' ground-breaking friendly against Pune FC in India was marred by further demonstrations against manager Steve Kean.