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TV Show: Skysports Sunday Supplement (Podcast). (25.01.2015)

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Sunday Supplement - Skysports

Sunday 25 January 2015

Our panel discuss Mario Balotelli's Liverpool future and ponder whether Newcastle United have lost their soul.


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TV Show: European Football Highlights Show (BT Sports) - Watch Online Full Show Replay. (25.01.2015)

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European Football Highlights Show (BT Sports)
Sundayy, 25 January 2015

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James Richardson and guests look at the best of the action from around Europe, including Ligue 1 in France, Serie A in Italy, the German Bundesliga and Portugal's Primeira Liga


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FA Cup 2014-2015: Bristol City v West Ham United - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.01.2015)

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Bristol City v West Ham
Sunday 25 January 2015


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Serie A 2014-2015: Juventus v Chievo - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.01.2015)

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Juventus v Chievo
Sunday 25 January 2015


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FA Cup 2014-2015: Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal - Watch Online Full Match Replay. (25.01.2015)

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Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal
Sunday 25 January 2015


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FA Cup 2014-2015: Aston Villa v Bournemouth - Highlights. (25.01.2015)

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Aston Villa v Bournemouth
Sunday 25 January 2015


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FA Cup 2014-2015: Bristol City v West Ham - Highlights. (25.01.2015)

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Sunday 25 January 2015


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FA Cup 2014-2015: Brighton v Arsenal - Highlights. (25.01.2015)

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Sunday 25 January 2015


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Premier League 2014-2015: Latest Transfer News. (25.01.2015)

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Latest Transfer News
Thursday 25 January 2015



  • Liverpool have been rocked with the news that talks over an extended deal with Raheem Sterling have stalled. The England forward - who still has two years left on his current contract - has rejected an improved second offer.
  • Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City will join the scramble to sign £75m-rated Paul Pogba from Juventus.
  • Inter Milan are lining up a bid to take on Yaya Toure from Manchester City.
  • Manchester United are looking to strengthen their defence and are preparing a £20m bid for Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne after sending a scouting delegation to watch the right-back.
  • QPR want to recruit former Tottenham and Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov in the January transfer window with reports suggesting the 33-year-old is keen on a return to London from AS Monaco.
  • Former Man Utd star Norman Whiteside says manager Louis van Gaal will make United champions again if given time.
  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed he is likely to move up into the boardroom once his time in the Emirates Stadium hotseat is over. 
  • Everton have begun talks to sign Molde keeper Orjan Nyland for a fee of £5.5m.
  • Tottenham are planning a last-ditch bid to tempt Burnley striker Danny Ings in the transfer window.
    Man Utd and Tottenham are in a race to sign Dutch winger Memphis Depay from PSV Eindhoven.
  • Liverpool would sell striker Mario Balotelli in the January transfer window if they could find a buyer.
  • Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis has been looking at property in London as rumours of a £9m move to Premier League rivals Crystal Palace continue.
    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman is weighing up a move back to his former club Feyenoord in the summer to secure the services of Dutch defenders Terence Kongolo and Sven van Beek in the summer.
  • Liverpool defender Glen Johnson is set to commit his future to Liverpool and turn down a move to Serie A side Roma.
  • Scotland international Darren Fletcher, 30, is set to leave Manchester United and sign for West Ham United on a three-and-a-half year deal.
  • Tottenham striker Harry Kane, 21, is set to sign a new contract, only six months after penning a long-term deal at White Hart Lane.
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BBC Match of the Day - FA Cup 2014-2015: FA Cup 4th Round Highlights. (24.01.2015)

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BBC Match of the Day - FA Cup Highlights
Saturday 24 January 2015


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Gabby Logan presents highlights of the fourth-round matches, including Birmingham City v West Bromwich Albion at St Andrew's and Chelsea v Bradford City at Stamford Bridge. Local pride as well as a place in the fifth round was at stake in the Midlands as the Blues aimed to upset the Baggies, while the Bantams' reward for beating Millwall 4-0 in their third-round replay was a daunting trip to face Jose Mourinho's men


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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho branded his team's 4-2 defeat to League One Bradford City "a disgrace" after they took a 2-0 lead at Stamford Bridge but saw their hopes of a ‘quadruple’ end in dramatic fashion.
Goals from Gary Cahill (21) and Ramires (38) put the Blues in control but Jon Stead pulled a goal back for the Bantams before the break.
Bradford, who could be backed at 30/1 to win the game, then stunned the Blues with three goals in the second half - the first from former Chelsea trainee Filipe Morais in the 75th minute.
Andy Halliday fired City ahead with eight minutes remaining and then Chelsea's first home defeat of the season was sealed when substitute Mark Yeates' stoppage-time goal sparked wild celebrations from Phil Parkinson's men and the visiting fans.
It is the first time Chelsea have lost to lower-league opposition at home since 1995 against Millwall.
Manchester City, currently second behind Chelsea in the Premier League, were also sent crashing out of the FA Cup after losing 2-0 at home to Middlesbrough, who were a best priced 11/1 to win at the Etihad.
City, who only returned from their training camp in Abu Dhabi on Friday, were caught cold in the 53rd minute when Boro striker Patrick Bamford, who is on loan from Chelsea, took advantage of a defensive misunderstanding.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side pushed hard for an equaliser but the Championship side held firm with goalkeeper Tomas Mejias producing several smart saves.
City substitute Frank Lampard almost earned a replay when his deflected 89th-minute shot hit the post, but Kike raced onto Bamford's pass in the dying moments to wrap up the win for Boro.
Southampton, who are third in the Premier League, also bowed out after losing 3-2 at home to Crystal Palace.
All five goals were scored in the first half at St Mary's with Palace twice coming from behind before taking the lead for good through Marouane Chamakh's second goal in the 39th minute.
Chamakh's first goal had cancelled out Graziano Pelle's ninth-minute opener and Yaya Sanogo also scored for the Eagles after Scott Dann's own goal.
The win continued Alan Pardew's 100 per cent start as Palace manager and ended Saints' eight-match unbeaten run.
Sixth-placed Tottenham were another team to suffer at home as the Premier League's basement side Leicester City came from behind to win 2-1 at White Hart Lane.
Spurs went ahead from the penalty spot after 19 minutes through Andros Townsend, but the Foxes' industry was rewarded with seven minutes left when Leonardo Ulloa swept the ball home.
There was then drama in stoppage time when Michel Vorm allowed a scuffed shot from Jeff Schlupp to squirm over the line.
Liverpool must contest a replay away to Bolton in a few weeks' time after a frustrating goalless draw at Anfield.
Emile Heskey made an emotional return to the home of his former club and caused problems for the Reds up front with Eidur Gudjohnsen in the first half, with the latter twice going close.
But the likes of Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson and Philippe Coutinho could not beat the impressive Adam Bogdan in the Bolton goal as they piled on the pressure late on.
Swansea, ninth in the top-flight, had earlier lost 3-1 to Championship side Blackburn at Ewood Park in the lunchtime kick-off.
The Swans had Kyle Bartley sent off early on, but Gylfi Sigurdsson, who also saw red in the closing stages, put them ahead in the 21st minute only for Chris Taylor to equalise two minutes later, and late goals from Rudy Gestede and Craig Conway sent Rovers through.
Sunderland were held to a goalless draw at home by Championship side Fulham after playing the final 24 minutes with only 10 men following Jack Rodwell's dismissal for two bookable offences.
West Brom made it through to the fifth round with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Birmingham at St Andrew's.
A quickfire first-half brace from Victor Anichebe put the Baggies in control but Jonathan Grounds pulled a goal back just before the break for City and Albion were forced to repel a second-half onslaught to remain unbeaten under Tony Pulis.
Darren Bent scored his first goal for Derby but the Championship promotion chasers were given a real scare by League One Chesterfield before they won a pulsating tie 2-0 at the iPro Stadium.
The Spireites dominated possession for long periods and wasted good chances before Will Hughes sealed victory for the Rams with a late solo effort.
Hal Robson-Kanu booked Reading's place in the fifth round with a late winner in a 2-1 victory at Cardiff.
Wales international Robson-Kanu, on as an 82nd minute substitute, swept home Jordan Obita's cross six minutes later after Oliver Norwood had cancelled out Kenwyne Jones' first-half header for the Bluebirds.
Diego De Girolamo scored his first goal for Sheffield United as last season's semi-finalists earned a replay with a 1-1 draw at Preston, who had led through Paul Gallagher.
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