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Last Updated: October 11, 2013 7:45am
Roy Hodgson says it would be "unthinkable" for England not to qualify for next year's World Cup.
Jack Wilshere's hopes of playing for England tonight look to be going up in smoke.
Chris Coleman is ready to quit as Wales boss.
David De Gea is ready to sign a new deal at Manchester United next week.
Newcastle are eyeing a January move for defender Micah Richards.
Galatasaray have invited Chelsea to bid for Burak Yilmaz.
Free agent Stephen Hunt is in talks with Millwall.
Manchester United target Ivan Cavaleiro says he will not leave Portugal until he is a star at Benfica.
Roy Hodgson has told his England players to prove the doubters wrong - after Joey Barton rubbished their World Cup chances.
Wayne Rooney snubbed an amazing approach from Scotland to play for them.
Steven Gerrard has denied texting Harry Redknapp and saying he should get the England manager's job.
Arsene Wenger is determined to sign a striker in January - and Fernando Llorente could be a stop-gap option.
Fabio claims he could leave Manchester United and return home to Brazil because he's frustrated by his lack of first-team opportunities.
Roy Hodgson was facing the biggest selection decision of his England career last night as he agonised over whether to drop Jack Wilshere for tonight's crucial World Cup clash with Montenegro.
Wales manager Chris Coleman begins a two-match fight for his future tonight.
Malky Mackay was asked to resign by Cardiff, despite the club's denials that they are trying to push their manager out of the door.
Arsenal are considering a January loan swoop for Juventus forward Fernando Llorente.
Jack Wilshere's bad week is set to get even worse tonight when he is axed from the England side.
Furious Jose Bosingwa has launched a blistering attack on Harry Redknapp after being blasted by the QPR boss in his book.
Chris Coleman admits his Wales reign is doomed.
Roy Hodgson has issued a rousing rallying call ahead of the most critical games of his reign, insisting England will meet the nation's expectations by delivering qualification for the World Cup in Brazil.
Craig Bellamy could be the shock man to replace Chris Coleman as the Wales manager.
Furious Cardiff City fans are demanding assurances over the future of manager Malky Mackay.
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has accused football of "cutting off its arm to mend a broken finger" with Financial Fair Play and feels it has destroyed the dreams of small clubs.
Steven Gerrard says he has been taken aback by Daniel Sturridge's quality since he joined Liverpool and predicted that the striker can spearhead England's attack at next summer's World Cup and beyond.
UEFA is considering an overhaul of international football that would see national teams playing a new Nations League competition.
Chris Coleman yesterday tried to deflect attention away from his future as Wales manager ahead of tonight's meaningless World Cup qualifier at home to Macedonia.