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Football Howlers

The World Cup is every four years, so it's going to be a perennial problem.- Gary Lineker

BBC Football News

Balotelli gets one-match ban & fine

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli gets a one-match ban and £25,000 fine from the FA as punishment for his Super Mario tweet.

Don't call me the manager - Poyet

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet says he is a head coach and not a manager in an apparent attack on the club's transfer dealings.

Hull's Dawson out for three weeks

Hull defender Michael Dawson is ruled out for at least three weeks with a hamstring tear, according to manager Steve Bruce.

Sterling was outstanding - Rodgers

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says criticism of Raheem Sterling is misplaced after he scored twice at Bournemouth.

Reus fined for no driving licence

Borussia Dortmund and Germany winger Marco Reus is fined over half a million pounds for driving without a licence.

Dyke: More Asians needed in football

Football Association chief Greg Dyke admits attempts to increase the numbers of British Asians in football have failed.

Bulgaria hope Berbatov will return

Bulgaria coach Ivaylo Petev hopes to bring 33-year-old Monaco striker Dimitar Berbatov out of international retirement.

Tests claim Ebosse died from beating

New tests claim Cameroon player Albert Ebosse died in Algeria after a beating and not from an object thrown by fans.

Tan 'clears some of Cardiff's debts'

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan clears some of the side's debts relating to purchases under previous owners, the club says.

Villa down to bare bones - Lambert

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says his squad is "down to the bare bones" before four games in the space of 12 days.

Newcastle consider emergency keeper

Newcastle want to sign a goalkeeper on emergency loan ahead of Sunday's derby against Sunderland.

Chelsea to play Liverpool in semis

Premier League leaders Chelsea will play Liverpool and Tottenham face Sheffield United in the League Cup semi-finals.

Heeley 'proud' of defeated Worcester

Worcester City manager Carl Heeley says he is "ecstatic", despite going out of the FA Cup on penalties to Scunthorpe.

Big money key for Gers stars - Kyle

Former Rangers striker Kevin Kyle thinks most of Rangers' present squad are only at the club for big salaries.

Thursday's gossip column

Ashley Cole dismisses Crystal Palace link, Eden Hazard close to new Chelsea deal, Southampton want Wesley Sneijder, plus more.

South Africa include Rantie in squad

South Africa coach Ephraim Shakes Mashaba puts Bournemouth striker Tokelo Rantie in his draft squad for Africa Cup of Nations.

Naismith signs new Everton deal

Steven Naismith signs a three-year contract extension at Everton, which will keep him at the club until 2019.

Bolton's Clayton out for six months

Bolton striker Max Clayton is out for up to six months after surgery on the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee.

Borussia Dortmund 2-2 VfL Wolfsburg

Borussia Dortmund remain in the bottom three of the Bundesliga after conceding a late goal to draw with Wolfsburg.

Fifa investigator Garcia resigns

Fifa's independent ethics investigator Michael Garcia resigns in protest over the handling of his World Cup bidding report.

Army teams meet for truce match

The British and German army football teams play a match to commemorate 100 years since the World War One Christmas truce.

Millwall v Bolton Wanderers

Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Millwall and Bolton Wanderers.

San Lorenzo 2-1 Auckland City (aet)

South American champions San Lorenzo will face Real Madrid in the Club World Cup final after edging past Auckland City.

Real Sociedad 2-0 Real Oviedo

David Moyes's Real Sociedad beat Real Oviedo in the Copa del Rey thanks to an Alfred Finnbogason brace.

VIDEO: Record 32 penalties in 100 seconds

Watch the record FA Cup shootout between League One side Scunthorpe United and non-league Worcester City in their second-round replay.

VIDEO: Watch keeper save Ronaldo's 'rabona'

Watch Cristiano Ronaldo attempt a "rabona" in Real Madrid's 4-0 victory over Mexican side Cruz Azul in the Club World Cup semi-final.

VIDEO: Warnock dismisses Ashley Cole link

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock dismisses speculation linking AS Roma left-back Ashley Cole with a move to Selhurst Park.

VIDEO: Mourinho grasps English cup culture

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he understands the "culture of English cups" and that is why he insists his team take every competition seriously.

VIDEO: Jennings wonder goal seals Barnsley win

Forward Dale Jennings scores a wonderful solo goal to send Barnsley into the FA Cup third round.

VIDEO: Accrington avoid own goal calamity

Accrington defender Tom Aldred watches his defensive header loop over his goalkeeper's head and trickle narrowly wide during his side's FA Cup second round replay at Yeovil.

VIDEO: Top 50 FA Cup goals: Henry's scoring return

BBC Sport looks back at 50 iconic FA Cup goals in the build-up to the first round proper, which takes place in November.

VIDEO: Henry left 'speechless' by statue

An emotional Thierry Henry reveals he initially thought the unveiling of a statue of him outside Emirates Stadium was "a joke", and says he has been left "speechless" by the honour.

VIDEO: Shearer pays tribute to Henry

Alan Shearer describes Thierry Henry as "one hell of a player" after the former Arsenal and France striker announced his retirement from football.

VIDEO: San Lorenzo book Real Madrid final

South American champions San Lorenzo will face Real Madrid in the Club World Cup final following their 2-1 win over Auckland City after extra-time.

VIDEO: Rodgers likens Sterling to Sanchez

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers compares Raheem Sterling to Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez after his side's 3-1 Capital One Cup quarter-final win at Bournemouth.

VIDEO: The secrets of the creative 'number 10'

Why has British football struggled to produce 'number 10s'? And does the answer lie in cultural differences?

VIDEO: Chester player takes the biscuit

Chester's Gareth Roberts enjoys a packet of biscuits during his side's FA Cup defeat to Barnsley.

VIDEO: Bale scores as Real Madrid ease to win

Watch all of Real Madrid's goals in their dominant 4-0 victory over Mexican side Cruz Azul in the Club World Cup semi-final.

VIDEO: Scunthorpe win after record shootout

Scunthorpe United reach the FA Cup third round after beating underdogs Worcester City of the Conference North in the FA Cup's longest penalty shootout.

VIDEO: 'Difficult' loss displeases Koeman

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is critical of his side after their "difficult" 1-0 League Cup quarter-final defeat by Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

VIDEO: McClaren may appeal Buxton red card

Derby County manager Steve McClaren says he will consider an appeal against Jake Buxton's red card in their 3-1 defeat to Chelsea in the League Cup quarter final.

VIDEO: Clarke relishing return to football

New Reading manager Steve Clarke is relishing his return to football and tells BBC South Today he believes he can turn things around at the Championship club.

Redfearn puts faith in Leeds youth

In uncertain times, Leeds head coach Neil Redfearn is looking to young players like Alex Mowatt to show the way forward.

The fan who fulfilled his dreams

"His appetite for football saw him phone journalists he disagreed with" - Amy Lawrence looks back at Thierry Henry's career.

Will Fifa perform a World Cup report u-turn?

After digging its heels in, it now looks like the publication of the corruption report may become reality, says Richard Conway.

The sprit of the Club World Cup

Tim Vickery explains why the Club World Cup - barely noticed in Europe - is the highlight of the South American football calendar.

Inter tie more about future than 1967

Celtic's Europa League tie with Internazionale inspires memories of 1967, but the future is more relevant to both.

Manager ins and outs - December 2014

Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.

Hearts' Neilson targets new hitman

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson hopes to add a striker to his Championship-leading side in the January transfer window.

Swans braced for absent Ki and Bony

Swansea City will not seek reinforcements to fill in for Ki Sung-yueng and Wilfried Bony in the New Year says Garry Monk.

Wycombe's Doherty forced to retire

Wycombe Wanderers and former Republic of Ireland defender Gary Doherty retires because of injury aged 34.

Henry's career in pictures

With Thierry Henry retiring from football, BBC Sport looks back at his 20 years in the game.

Fifa hits new low after Garcia walks

The more things seem to change at a Fifa in turmoil, the more things really stay the same, writes BBC sports editor Dan Roan.

Seven marathon penalty shootouts

After Scunthorpe beat Worcester in a record-breaking FA Cup shootout, BBC Sport looks at more spot-kick drama.