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Danny Welbeck scored twice to fire England top of Group H - but his big night was ruined by a crazy booking.
Gareth Bale was an £86million cheerleader last night as he was left on the bench by Chris Coleman as Wales slumped 2-1 against Macedonia.
Manchester United have been forced to do a U-turn and bring Alexander Buttner in from the cold because of their failures in the transfer window.
Nottingham Forest are keen to sign Hull striker Matty Fryatt when the loan window reopens on Tuesday.
Struggling Bolton are offering Northern Ireland defender Chris Baird a way back into football.
Birmingham boss Lee Clark wants to sign Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard on loan - if his board let him.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert may rest goal ace Christian Benteke to prevent burn-out.
David Moyes has been backed to overcome his jittery start at Manchester United and build his own trophy-winning reign.
England mauled Moldova to boost their World Cup hopes - but boss Roy Hodgson was still fuming.
Gutted Danny Welbeck insisted he is not to blame for the yellow card which rules him out of England's clash against Ukraine.
Gareth Bale was confronted by two pitch-invading yobs in Macedonia last night.
Arsenal have launched a probe after academy coach Mark Arber boasted he bet on the deadline-day signing of Mesut Ozil.
Roy Hodgson blew his top last night as he lost yet another striker from the squad that will fight for England's World Cup future in Ukraine on Tuesday night.
The Giovanni Trapattoni era finally appears to be coming to an end after the Republic of Ireland suffered a bruising World Cup qualifying defeat to Sweden in Dublin.
Manchester United coach Steve Round has defended boss David Moyes after the club's poor start to the season.
Juan Mata insists he is happy at Chelsea despite being heavily linked with a summer move.
Vincent Kompany could be sidelined until October and miss this month's crunch Manchester derby.
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio has hit back at Greg Dyke's claim that foreigners are ruining English football.
Roberto Martinez has taken a dig at Manchester United by insisting that Everton did better out of the Marouane Fellaini deal.
Two goals by Danny Welbeck helped England back to the top of their World Cup group but a ludicrous booking rules him out of Tuesday's crunch clash in Ukraine.
Tom Carroll believes FA chairman Greg Dyke is right - England can win the World Cup in 2022.