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Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic could be out for the season, it emerged last night.
Jack Wilshere last night dubbed Wayne Rooney England's 'brainiest footballer' after he won a Euro 2012 reprieve.
Jack Wilshere would love his Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to succeed Fabio Capello as England manager.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce wants to sign Nicolas Anelka next summer.
Blackburn midfielder Steven N'Zonzi is a target for Spartak Moscow and is also being monitored by Arsenal, Chelsea and Aston Villa.
Chelsea and Manchester City are ready to move for Ajax defender Gregory van der Wiel next month.
PSG have stepped up their bid to prise Salomon Kalou away from Chelsea.
Huddersfield want to hijack Sheffield Wednesday's £500,000 bid for Stoke midfielder Ben Marshall.
Manchester City star Mario Balotelli's brother Enoch, 19, is trying to win a contract at Stoke.
Fabio Capello took the rap for Wayne Rooney - and admitted he was to blame for the England striker's red-card madness.
Stoke are ready to swoop for Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha in January.
QPR have joined the race for Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell.
Aston Villa are eyeing Newcastle's Danny Guthrie as a cut-price replacement for Jermaine Jenas.
Blackpool striker Lomana LuaLua wants a long-term contract when his current deal runs out this summer.
Wayne Rooney can thank England boss Fabio Capello after his Euro 2012 ban was cut.
Arsenal and Tottenham are set to offer Alex an escape from his Chelsea nightmare.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has called on striker Hugo Rodallega to put his contract talks to the back of his mind.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is preparing a £1.5million bid for Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey.
Fabio Capello earned a one-match reprieve for Wayne Rooney yesterday by telling the UEFA appeal hearing the striker was paying for his mistake.
Manchester United are worried captain Nemanja Vidic's knee injury could rule him out for the rest of the season.
Arsenal are lining up a shock cut-price move for Chelsea outcast Alex.
Swansea are set to make a renewed bid for Middlesbrough captain Matthew Bates.
QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin is attracting interest from Napoli and two Premier League clubs.
West Brom and Wigan are lining up moves for Nottingham Forest captain Luke Chambers.
Ipswich and Charlton are keen on making a move for Preston's Paul Coutts.
Wayne Rooney has Fabio Capello to thank for getting his Euro 2012 ban cut.
Inter Milan have ruled themselves out of the running to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.
Liverpool are hopeful of winning the battle to sign Wycombe youngster Jordan Ibe.
Kenny Dalglish has called for an overhaul of the Football Association's disciplinary procedures after claiming the governing body is guilty of hypocrisy.
Celtic have demanded Rangers pay for tickets up front before allowing the Ibrox club's fans into Parkhead for the crunch Christmas derby.
Steven Naismith last night warned the Tartan Army will turn against him and call for the end of his Scotland career if he represents Team GB at next summer's Olympics.
Ally McCoist last night launched a stinging attack on former referee Jim McCluskey after Sone Aluko copped a two-game ban for diving.
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Wayne Rooney's Euro 2012 ban has been reduced to two matches following a successful appeal to UEFA and he will now be available for England's third group match against Ukraine.
UEFA's three-man appeals panel reduced his original three-match ban imposed for his red card against Montenegro.
A UEFA spokesman confirmed that the ban for the third match will be suspended...
Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a right knee injury.
The defender twisted his knee during the first half of Wednesday's Champions League loss to Swiss club FC Basel and was carried off on a stretcher.
United manager Alex Ferguson says Vidic will have surgery and will not play again this season.
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Wayne Rooney is appealing at UEFA against his three-match ban which excludes him from England's 2012 European Championship group-stage matches.
Rooney did not speak with reporters on arriving with England coach Fabio Capello to help present his case before a three-member appeal panel.
Wearing a Manchester United blazer and tie, Rooney's hearing began just 10 hours after...
Wayne Rooney ended his goal drought by scoring twice as Manchester United responded to its midweek Champions League exit with a 4-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
Rooney hadn't scored in eight Premier League matches since Oct. 1 but his double and two goals from Nani took United to within two points of leader Manchester City, which plays at Chelsea on Monday...
Wayne Rooney scored his first Premier League goals since September as Manchester United put their Champions League agonies to one side by beating Wolves 4-1 at Old Trafford.
Rooney, whose three-match ban for Euro 2012 next summer was reduced to two on appeal on Thursday, scored twice in the four-goal romp, taking his tally for the season to 11.
Nani also bagged two as United closed...
A little bit of good news for Wayne Rooney, just a day after his Manchester United club abruptly exited Champions League play for the year.
The United and England striker had his 3 game international ban reduced to 2 games, making him eligible for England’s final group game in EURO 2012 on June 19th. Rooney was set to miss the France, Sweden and Ukraine game...
As the entire world knows by now, Manchester United exited the Champions League before the knockout stages for only the third time in the last 17 years, but was that worse than losing Nemanja Vidic?
Vidic was uncomfortable knowing he's out
During the disheartening 2-1 loss to FC Basel, the Reds skipper had all of the weight of Marco Streller fall on his extended right...
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is hoping Wayne Rooney’s double against Wolverhampton will kick-start a flurry of goals. Rooney had...
Wayne Rooney is refusing to allow a disciplinary hearing for England distract him from helping Manchester United against Basel, The Manchester Evening News reports.
Rooney is expected to start against the Swiss side and with United only needing a point to qualify to the knockout stages, the England international will be hopeful he can help the side progress. Rooney will then immediately...
Wayne Rooney’s suspension for next year’s European Championship was reduced on appeal to two matches, from three, allowing him to play in England’s final group game.
They were always up against it at St-Jakob Park once Marco Streller had given the hosts a ninth-minute lead. Though they grew in dominance as the match went on, the elusive equaliser would not come. Wayne Rooney, who faces a UEFA disciplinary hearing in nearby Nyon on Thursday, wasted their best chance, with Markus Steinhofer belting the ball against his own crossbar midway through...
Champions League elimination was followed by Euro 2012 jubilation in a roller coaster week for the 26-year-old, but his attentions must turn to the pitch with his side needing goals
Nemanja Vidic’s agent has revealed the defender will miss “several months” of football after sustaining a knee injury. The 30-year-old...
Wayne Rooney ended his goal drought by scoring twice as Manchester United responded to its midweek Champions League exit with a 4-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday. Rooney hadn't scored in eight Premier League matches since Oct. 1 but his double and two goals from Nani took United to within two points of leader Manchester City, which plays at Chelsea on Monday.
Sir Alex Ferguson will be hoping that his key center back will not be facing a lengthy spell out following the collision, after having two other players badly injured recently