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Martin Jol has fined Fulham's Pajtim Kasami £500 for missing a penalty against Chelsea in the Carling Cup because Orlado Sa was the designated spot-kick-taker. But the Craven Cottage boss is now facing a dressing-room backlash.
Roman Abramovich is set to turn his back on 106 years of history and move Chelsea away from Stamford Bridge.
Steve Kean threatened a Sky Sports News reporter in another unsavoury episode for the under-pressure Blackburn manager.
Spurs and Arsenal teamed up last night to offer their fans the chance to 'shop a moron'.
Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is eyeing up Arsene Wenger's job.
Alan Shearer says he should not be in the frame to replace Fabio Capello as England manager.
Niall Quinn has stepped down as Sunderland chairman to focus on turning the club into a global force.
Owen Coyle insists he will not quit rock-bottom Bolton.
James McFadden has snubbed a deal at Wolves.
Danny Webber is being lined up for a return to Sheffield United.
Everton youngster Ross Barkley will be handed a £1million-a-year deal in December.
Andy Johnson says his commitment to Fulham should not be questioned even though he has snubbed the club's latest contract offer.
Arsenal and Tottenham have united in an attempt to end the culture of hate which is scarring their north London rivalry.
Neil Warnock will not fine Adel Taarabt for Sunday's disappearing act.
Everton have agreed a £2million deal for Bradford City starlet George Green.
West Brom are hoping to agree a deal for Dundee United midfielder Scott Allan.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce has been assured his job is safe despite Niall Quinn's resignation.
Arsene Wenger is waving the white flag in the title race - after just seven games.
Steve Bruce has been told he still has a long-term future as Sunderland boss - despite Niall Quinn stepping down as chairman last night.
Carlo Ancelotti has made a shameless pitch to replace Arsene Wenger.
Gareth Bale says Arsenal have lost their X factor.
Kevin McDonald is a contender to take over at Nottingham Forest - while former boss Paul Hart is poised for a shock return to the City Ground.
Newcastle will renew talks for Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga in January.
West Ham pair Freddie Piquionne and Herita Ilunga are ready to sign for Doncaster.
Arsenal's crushed players were read the riot act and told to "look at yourselves in the mirror" by club quiet man Pat Rice after the derby defeat at Tottenham.
Niall Quinn has stepped down as Sunderland chairman to take up a new role at the club.
Martin O'Neill and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink top Nottingham Forest's shortlist for a new boss.
England have been warned to be on their guard every minute during their stay in Montenegro this week.
Disgraced striker Carlos Tevez was off to Argentina last night after a grilling from Manchester City officials.
Stefan Savic has vowed to have the last laugh on England and put Montenegro on the footballing map.
John Terry will come face to face with refereeing enemy Wolfgang Stark on Friday.
Carlo Ancelotti has told Harry Redknapp and Arsene Wenger: "I'm after your jobs."
Gareth Bale insists the balance of power in north London is shifting as Spurs look to finish above Arsenal for the first time in 16 years.
Owen Coyle has been given six games to save his job at Bolton.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are locked in a battle to sign American sensation Brek Shea.
Andy Johnson insists he wants to stay at Fulham despite turning down a new contract.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is a shock contender for the Nottingham Forest job.
Chelsea are to take what will be perceived as the first significant step towards leaving Stamford Bridge for a new 60,000-seat stadium.
Alan Shearer believes Andy Carroll has the ability to follow in his footsteps and became a regular choice for England and a "fearsome" centre-forward.
Dorin Goian insists runaway SPL leaders Rangers will only get better.
Kelvin Wilson and Scott Brown are hoping to hand beleaguered Celtic a much-needed injury boost.
Hibernian face losing Garry O'Connor for two matches after the SFA found him guilty of diving to win a penalty.