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David Luiz was backtracking last night after incredibly accusing Frank Lampard of acting like a spoilt brat.

Michael Owen last night gave Stuart Pearce's England a Twitter bashing.

Micah Richards is delighted to see an Englishman running the national team again.

Tony Pulis believes his pal Harry Redknapp will NOT take the England job before the end of the Premier League season.

Kenny Dalglish has refused to put the boot in on England over Steven Gerrard's injury.

Florent Malouda reckons France are ready to shock England - and the world - at Euro 2012.

Tom Cleverley reckons he still has time to force his way into England's starting line-up for Euro 2012.

Joe Hart insists England do not need a captain to scream and shout in the dressing room.

Stuart Pearce says England must become more streetwise if they want to succeed at Euro 2012.

Daniel Sturridge says that it is time for Chelsea's superstars to shut up and concentrate on winning a trophy this year.

Portsmouth are facing extinction in as little as TWO WEEKS.

Birmingham will be put under a transfer embargo afte breaking Football League financial rules.

Wayne Rooney believes the key to Manchester United retaining their Premier League title is the fact they never panic.

Robbie Fowler is set for a shock return to English football with Blackpool at Derby on Tuesday.

Dave Jones was appointed Sheffield Wednesday manager last night.


David Luiz last night told Chelsea's rebels: Stop your moaning and start doing as you're told.

The FA's hopes of naming Harry Redknapp as the new England boss could be wrecked if they refuse to sanction jobs for his backroom staff.

Peter Schmeichel reckons Manchester City will lose their bottle in the title race and finish second best to bitter rivals Manchester United.

The Championship could be thrown into chaos after crisis club Portsmouth revealed they might not be able to complete this season's fixtures.

Swansea star Kemy Agustien has been ruled out for the rest of the season. However the 25-year-old Dutchman is set to land a new contract at the Liberty Stadium.

Dirk Kuyt claims Stuart Pearce dropped a clanger by making Scott Parker England captain.

Harry Redknapp will inherit an England team lacking nous, know-how and all the tricks of the international game.

Micah Richards claims his England exile was the lowest point of his footballing career.

Tom Cleverley last night roared his ambition to be one of England's young lions at the European Championships.

Wales manager Chris Coleman has vowed to be ready to do his job properly by the time his squad meets up again.

Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni hit back at critics urging him to promote young players - claiming the team could run aground.

Gary Megson insists he has "unfinished business" at Sheffield Wednesday after breaking his silence on his shock sacking.

Robbie Savage reckons Roberto Mancini will never have a better chance to land the Premier League title.

Mario Balotelli has been urged to keep cool and grow up or risk wrecking his career.

North-East rivals Newcastle and Sunderland are locked in a fight to sign Crystal Palace whizz-kid Wilfried Zaha.


David Luiz has told Frank Lampard to accept the orders of Andre Villas-Boas - without complaint.

Stuart Pearce is stepping up his Euro 2012 preparations in the growing belief that he will get the job for the tournament.

Portsmouth are in danger of going bust before the end of the season with debts of more than £100million.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle is tipping England Under-21 star Marvin Sordell to follow in some famous Trotters footsteps.

Stuart Pearce has warned that the Three Lions lack the know-how to make an impact at Euro 2012.

Tom Cleverley has not given up hope of making England's Euro 2012 squad - despite his injury jinx.

Pals fear John Terry is being blanked by England.

Martin O'Neill has ordered Sunderland to wipe last week's thrashing by West Brom from their memory.

West Ham and Ipswich will be the big losers if Portsmouth go out of business and their results are wiped from the records.

Rangers players will have to take wage cuts of 75 percent to avoid 11 immediate redundancies in the squad.

Alex McLeish has challenged Gabriel Agbonlahor to thrive on the pressure of saving his beloved Aston Villa from the drop.

Robbie Fowler is set for a shock return to the English game with Blackpool.

Matt Mills is training with Leicester's reserves after rejecting a move to Leeds United.

Fulham striker Bryan Ruiz believes Joel Campbell will prove to be yet another fox in the box for Arsenal next season.

West Brom chief Roy Hodgson fears keeper Ben Foster's fine form could price them out of a summer bid.


David Luiz risked sparking a civil war at Chelsea last night when he came out in support of under-fire boss Andre Villas-Boas.

Stuart Pearce will continue to hold the fort for England as the Football Association maintain they will not be panicked into appointing a new boss.

Scott Parker admits he thought his dream of being England captain would never be reality.

Portsmouth are facing the prospect of failing to fulfil their Championship fixtures - leaving them on the edge of survival.

Martin O'Neill has declared the Tyne-Wear derby is "as tough a derby game as there is in European football".

Steven Gerrard is doubtful for Liverpool's pivotal showdown with Arsenal tomorrow after scans revealed he sustained only minor damage to his hamstring during England's defeat by Holland.

Alex McLeish says he is strong enough to handle the pressure of being the target of dissenting Aston Villa fans and urged them to throw their support behind his injury-hit team.


The FA will next week draw up a list of candidates to be the next England manager that will offer alternatives to hot favourite Harry Redknapp.

England 1966 World Cup winner Jack Charlton had to crawl for help after breaking his hip in a fall at home on Tuesday night.

Robbie Fowler is in line for a sensational return to English football after he started training with Championship Blackpool.

Chelsea's fractured team spirit took another blow last night with reports that David Luiz has tried to slap down outspoken midfielder Frank Lampard.

Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea needs to bulk up if he wants to become the complete Barclays Premier League goalkeeper.

Stoke and Newcastle are monitoring Olympiakos forward Kevin Mirallas.


David Luiz has laid bare the growing rift in Chelsea's dressing room by suggesting that some of his team-mates stop complaining about Andre Villas-Boas's "project" and simply follow the manager's orders.

Micah Richards has blamed Fabio Capello for taking him to the "lowest" point of his career by consistently ignoring the claims of the Manchester City defender to be part of the England squad and failing to offer an explanation for his ostracism.


Portsmouth face the most critical six weeks of their 113-year history after the insolvent club's administrator warned yesterday they could face liquidation before the season's end.

Robbie Fowler is on the brink of completing a surprise return to English football by signing for Blackpool until the end of the season.


Stricken Portsmouth Football Club will run out of money before the end of the season and fail to fulfil their Championship fixtures if no new funds arrive, the club's administrator, Trevor Birch, has warned.


The Football Association will make good on chairman David Bernstein's pledge that it will broaden its search beyond the favourite Harry Redknapp when it draws up a list of candidates for the England manager's job over the next few days.

Daniel Sturridge has become the latest Chelsea player to affirm publicly the qualities of Andre Villas-Boas, crediting the Portuguese with being the first manager at Stamford Bridge to have helped his international career.


Ally McCoist was still battling late last night to save his players from the axe.

Paulo Sergio has dropped his biggest hint yet that he is on his way out at Tynecastle.

Former Celtic manager Martin O'Neill has expressed his astonishment and sadness over Rangers' perilous position.