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Toshack faces struggle to lead Wales

John Toshack’s appointment as the new Welsh manager is causing controversy as his training credentials are called into question…

Everton advance beyond expectations

Everton's unexpected start to the season demonstrates the strength of spirit that is currently at the core of the club.

Brazil world cup hero brings samba to UK

Ageing Brazilian football legend Socrates attempts a suprise comeback playing his first match for English non-league side Garforth Town.

Bolton maintain early season form

With the recent 1-1 draw against Middlesborough, Sam Allardyce’s Bolton side further consolidated their surprising early season form in the Premiership.

Souness sees success at Newcastle

Graeme Souness has made a more than impressive start to his Newcastle tenure, but the beautiful game hasn't always been so kind to the Geordies' manager…

Football agents making a mint

The Football League have released figures revealing their 72 member clubs have paid out a massive £1.4 million to players' agents over the last six months.

Newcastle sack manager Robson

Newcastle United have sacked footballing icon and manager Sir Bobby Robson after the club’s poor start to the season…

Paula Radcliffe: Someone to be proud of

In temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit and with only four miles to go, British runner Paula Radcliffe stopped during an Olympic race and broke the nation's heart…

Can Viduka make his mark at Middlesbrough?

There have been more than a few fresh starts in the career of striker Mark Viduka, but the latest represents a chance to avenge the critics and prove his worth.

No sex please, we're the FA

England boss, Sven-Goran Eriksson may escape with nothing more than a slap on the wrist from Football Association chiefs, but is that best for the beautiful game?

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