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Cambridge and Daggers draw
Cambridge maintained their unbeaten start to 2015 with a 1-1 draw against Dagenham, who climb out of the relegation zone on goal difference.
Henry: Costa crossed the line
Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry thinks Diego Costa crossed the line with his stamp on Emre Can during Chelsea’s Capital One Cup victory over Liverpool.
Rodgers: Costa lucky to avoid red
Brendan Rodgers insists Chelsea striker Diego Costa was lucky to stay on the field in Liverpool’s Capital One Cup semi-final defeat at Stamford Bridge.
Villa set for difficult spell
Aston Villa chief executive Tom Fox believes the club can close the gap on the Premier League's elite, but has warned their rise will take time.
Mourinho defends Costa
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho does not believe striker Diego Costa will receive retrospective action from the FA after he appeared to stamp on Emre Can during Chelsea's Capital One Cup semi-final win over Liverpool.
McClaren lauds Bent finishing
Darren Bent's two-goal match-winning contribution was described as "the work of a natural Johnny-on-the-spot" by Derby manager Steve McClaren after a hard-fought victory over Blackburn lifted the Rams level on points with Sky Bet Championship
Pochettino won't be intimidated
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino will not be worried by whatever hot South Yorkshire reception may await his team at Sheffield United on Wednesday night.
Evans hails Derbyshire display
Steve Evans heaped praise on "awesome" Matt Derbyshire for spearheading Rotherham's 4-2 win over a Bolton team managed by the Millers manager's hero.
Holloway anger at Nelson red
Millwall manager Ian Holloway branded the red card shown to rookie defender Sid Nelson as "shocking" after his side held Reading to a goalless draw.
Hillsborough pitch riles Rowett
Birmingham manager Gary Rowett criticised the state of Sheffield Wednesday's pitch and said his players might have been better off wearing flip-flops during the goalless draw at Hillsborough.
Mata Champions League ambition
Juan Mata insists Manchester United will do all they can to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Lynch faces the media briefly
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is a man of few words and he had just seven of them at his Super Bowl Media Day appearance on Tuesday.
Walsall draw to end Wembley wait
Walsall ended their 127-year Wembley wait as they reached the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final following a 0-0 draw with Preston.
Allenby stands by story
Robert Allenby is standing by his story and hopes the authorities "get to the bottom" of his bruising ordeal in Honolulu.
West Indies seek tour solution
The West Indies Cricket Board is seeking ICC assistance in resolving the situation that ended their tour of India.
Rampant Rotherham blitz Bolton
Rotherham made a mockery of the Sky Bet Championship form book to earn a 4-2 home win over Bolton - only their second victory in 16 games.
Bent double beats Blackburn
Derby moved back up to second in the Sky Bet Championship as on-loan striker Darren Bent came off the bench to score two goals which earned them a hard-fought 2-0 win to deflate Blackburn.
Reading fail to breach Millwall
Millwall slipped further into Sky Bet Championship relegation trouble despite battling with 10 men to earn a 0-0 draw against Reading.
Goal-shy Wednesday held at home
Sheffield Wednesday failed to score for the eighth Sky Bet Championship home game this season as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Birmingham.
NHL legend Brodeur to retire
NHL legend Martin Brodeur has decided to call time on his record-breaking career.
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