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Fabio Capello hailed England's young guns after leading the nation through a first unbeaten year since 1994.
Robbie Keane was delighted after Ireland sealed their first Euro finals spot since 1988.
England could soon have eight clubs in the Champions League.
Stuart Pearce claims he has never been able to pick the England Under-21 team he wants - despite spending more than four years in the job.
Leicester have confirmed Nigel Pearson as their new manager.
Arsenal are preparing a £10million bid for Toulouse midfielder Etienne Capoue.
Blackburn's owners insist they will not be railroaded into selling up by the Rovers hate mob.
Ryan Shotton has signed a new four-year contract at Stoke.
Sunderland are eyeing £3million-rated Rayo Vallecano defender Jordi Figueras.
West Ham want Leeds' Andy O'Brien after missing out on a deal for Arsenal's Seb Squillaci.
Gareth Barry claimed England's 2,000th international goal - but needed a helping hand from Swedish defender Daniel Majstorovic.
Wayne Rooney's Euro 2012 ban could be increased at his appeal hearing on December 9.
Nigel Pearson is back at Championship side Leicester as manager.
Carlos Tevez is in danger of self-destructing, according to PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor.
Damien Comolli is going global in a bid to unearth the new Steven Gerrard for Liverpool.
Barcelona president Sandro Rosell says the club will not overpay for Gareth Bale.
PSG are ready to splash up to £20million on QPR's Adel Taarabt.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis is ready for a £2million scrap to land Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell.
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is planning a swoop for fit-again QPR striker Rob Hulse.
New Crewe boss Steve Davis wants Doncaster striker Chris Brown as his first signing.
England celebrated their 2,000th international goal but had a veteran Swede to thank for the landmark strike.
Stuart Pearce last night claimed Premier League players and clubs are treating his Young Lions with contempt.
After Republic of Ireland's crowning performance in Tallinn came the coronation in Dublin.
Nigel Pearson will cost Leicester around £4.5million when he finally seals his move back to the Foxes today.
Steve Gerrard is a major doubt for the three matches that could define Liverpool's season.
Barcelona president Sandro Rosell has warned that a European super league is still on the cards.
Rebel striker Carlos Tevez has been urged to return to Manchester City and face the music.
Fabricio Coloccini is making Newcastle sweat on his future by waiting until the summer to finalise a new deal.
Fabio Capello hailed his three young lions as the main reason to celebrate a win against Sweden sealed at Wembley by England's 2,000th international goal.
Daniel Sturridge is dismayed to find himself at the centre of Chelsea's latest race row.
West Ham are looking at former Real Madrid centre-half Francisco Pavon as they attempt to strengthen their defence.
Liverpool are continuing to monitor Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho.
Blackpool want fit-again QPR striker Rob Hulse - but face competition from Doncaster.
Having successfully parked the bus at the weekend, Fabio Capello might consider that the L-plates are now ready to come off his England team at last.
Wayne Rooney will discover his Euro 2012 fate next month when an appeal against his three-match ban is heard by UEFA.
Republic of Ireland reached their first major finals for 10 years on a night of celebration in Dublin.
Fulham want to take Tottenham's England Under-21 winger Tom Carroll on loan in January.
Stoke manager Tony Pulis is ready to fight Newcastle and West Brom in a £2million battle for Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell.
Nigel Pearson last night sealed his return to Leicester.
England maintained the feel-good factor created by Saturday's surprise win over Spain by beating Sweden 1-0 last night, despite attracting the lowest attendance for an international at the new Wembley.
The future of international football and the domestic game came under renewed threat yesterday as Sandro Rosell, the Barcelona president, laid out his vision in which both would make way for a bigger Champions League.
John Terry last night vowed he would never so much as consider standing down as England captain after returning to Fabio Capello's side for the country's first victory over Sweden for 43 years.
Wayne Rooney's appeal against the three-match ban which is threatening his Euro 2012 participation will be heard on December 9, UEFA has announced.
Wayne Rooney will learn if his three-game ban for Euro 2012 is to be upheld when UEFA hears his appeal against the suspension at its Nyon headquarters on December 9.
The Republic of Ireland completed their qualification for Euro 2012 with a 5-1 aggregate victory over Estonia.
Strathclyde police last night demanded showdown talks with the Green Brigade.
Hibs chairman Rod Petrie blasted claims his club's fans have been guilty of pro-IRA chanting.
Sone Aluko will discover on Friday if he has won his dream move to Rangers.
Danny Lennon has emerged as a shock contender to become the new Hibs manager.