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Ashley Cole has hailed England's "bulldog spirit" ahead of Sunday's Euro 2012 quarter-final with Italy.
Italy players have joked they will be watching raunchy movies rather than studying England players' penalty techniques.
Luka Modric is ready to confirm he wants to quit Tottenham . Croatia midfielder Modric's representatives are hoping for a meeting with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy next week, at which they will make the player's wish clear.
Liverpool and Everton are vying for Inter Milan's 19-year-old striker Luc Castaignos.
German midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger is wanted by Everton, Wigan and Fulham after terminating his contract with Wolfsburg.
Charlton and Crystal Palace want to take Manchester United new boy Nick Powell on a season-long loan.
The FA will bank a £20m jackpot if they win Euro 2012.
New Swansea boss Michael Laudrup wants to make Brondby midfielder Michael Krohn-Dehli his first signing.
West Ham and Reading are interested in QPR striker DJ Campbell.
Roy Hodgson insisted: You cannot put a price on England winning Euro 2012.
Samir Nasri is set to pay the price for France's dressing room bust-up by being dropped for tonight's clash with Spain.
Chelsea , Tottenham and Liverpool are battling it out for Malaga and Venezuela striker Salomon Rondon.
Newcastle are tracking out-of-contract Werder Bremen defender Sebastian Boenisch.
Ashley Cole has delivered a stark warning to Italy by describing England as "11 bulldogs who would die for each other".
Manchester City will step up their pursuit of Arsenal's Robin van Persie now that Holland are out of Euro 2012.
Owen Hargreaves will be the latest ex-England player to be fast-tracked through the Football Association's coaching system.
Tottenham goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has welcomed the prospect of Andre Villas-Boas taking over at White Hart Lane.
West Ham have made a £4m move for Racing Santander central defender Alvaro and have also enquired about Fiorentina defender Alessandro Gamberini.
Ashley Cole issued an extraordinary rallying cry ahead of England's Euro 2012 quarter-final against Italy by invoking the "bulldog" spirit of the team that Roy Hodgson has quickly assembled and saying that they would "die for each other".
Roy Hodgson called it a "nasty statistic" that England have not beaten a leading football nation in a tournament knockout game since 1966.
Roy Hodgson said he will tell his players that they should not consider themselves inferior to Italy when they meet the nation with four World Cup-winning stars on their shirt crests, and history on their side, in tomorrow's Euro 2012 quarter-final.
Roy Hodgson has told his players they have no reason to fear Italy, their opponents in Sunday's Euro 2012 quarter-final, and said for the first time that England can rid themselves of one of their "nasty statistics" and think seriously about winning the tournament.
Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson insists he could not ignore the fans who urged him to say no to a Rangers newco in the SPL.
St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas wants to sign Falkirk striker Farid El Alagui.
Cash-strapped Rosenborg have pleaded with Celtic to make a £2.5m move for 19-year-old midfielder Markus Henriksen.