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AC Milan are the favourites to sign out-of-favour Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. (News of the World)

 

England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson was talked into keeping Wayne Rooney in his World Cup squad by a group of senior players, including David Beckham and Steven Gerrard. (Sunday People)

 

Patrick Vieira is unhappy at Juventus and wants a return to Arsenal. (Sunday People)

 

Arsenal have told defender Sol Campbell that he can leave the club. (News of the World)

 

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is prepared to turn his back on the club if either Barcelona or Real Madrid declare an interest. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Terry Venables will be unveiled as England's number two to Steve McLaren next week. (The Mail on Sunday)

 

The Football Association is investigating claims that a League Two game was fixed last season. (The Mail on Sunday)

 

England's players are using special "vitamin patches" to help improve their stamina. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Spurs are keeping close tabs on Blackburn striker Craig Bellamy. (Sunday People, News of the World)

 

Portsmouth want to bring Celtic midfielder Stilian Petrov to Fratton Park for £5m. (Sunday People)

 

Manchester City are prepared to offload midfielder Joey Barton after he turned up an hour late for an end-of-season meeting - but there is no interest from other clubs. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Newcastle will offer Portsmouth assistant boss Kevin Bond a position as head coach. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Man Utd owners the Glazer family are unhappy about the sacking of club doctor Mike Stone and are launching an investigation. (Daily Star on Sunday, Sunday Express)

 

Man Utd will offer £18m for Lyon midfielder Mahamadou Diarra. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Martin O'Neill can choose between the vacant manager jobs at Middlesbrough and Sunderland. (Sunday People)

 

Chelsea are lining up a move for Manchester City youngster Micah Richards. (Sunday People)

 

Iain Dowie will be Charlton's new manager, and his first signing will be Spurs winger Wayne Routledge. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Spurs will swap midfielder Danny Murphy and winger Reto Ziegler for Wigan full-back Pascal Chimbonda. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Barcelona want Villareal striker Diego Forlan, but are only prepared to pay £7m, well below his current club's valuation. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

AC Milan striker Andriy Shevchenko will join Chelsea, but William Gallas will not be moving in the opposite direction. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

Preston boss Billy Davies was poised to accept Charlton's offer to join them as manger, but changed his mind after a dispute about the club's transfer policy. (Sunday People)

 

Crystal Palace striker Andy Johnson will join Everton for £8.5m, snubbing potential moves to Wigan and Bolton. (Various)

 

Arsenal are preparing a move for 18-year-old Moroccan Adil Chihi. (Daily Star on Sunday, News of the World)

 

Wigan are interested in Bolton keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

John Aldridge could be on the verge of a surprise return to Tranmere as part of a management team with Jason McAteer. (Daily Star on Sunday, Sunday People)

 

Manchester City are set to sign Lazio midfielder Ousmane Dabo, beating Arsenal to the punch. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

Former England full-back Danny Mills is a target for newly-promoted Sheffield United after being told he can leave Manchester City. (Daily Star on Sunday, New of the World)

 

Italy have put a ban on the pornographic TV channels in their pre-World Cup hotel. (The Mail on Sunday)

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AC Milan are the favourites to sign out-of-favour Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. (News of the World)

 

England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson was talked into keeping Wayne Rooney in his World Cup squad by a group of senior players, including David Beckham and Steven Gerrard. (Sunday People)

 

Patrick Vieira is unhappy at Juventus and wants a return to Arsenal. (Sunday People)

 

Arsenal have told defender Sol Campbell that he can leave the club. (News of the World)

 

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is prepared to turn his back on the club if either Barcelona or Real Madrid declare an interest. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Terry Venables will be unveiled as England's number two to Steve McLaren next week. (The Mail on Sunday)

 

The Football Association is investigating claims that a League Two game was fixed last season. (The Mail on Sunday)

 

England's players are using special "vitamin patches" to help improve their stamina. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Spurs are keeping close tabs on Blackburn striker Craig Bellamy. (Sunday People, News of the World)

 

Portsmouth want to bring Celtic midfielder Stilian Petrov to Fratton Park for £5m. (Sunday People)

 

Manchester City are prepared to offload midfielder Joey Barton after he turned up an hour late for an end-of-season meeting - but there is no interest from other clubs. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Newcastle will offer Portsmouth assistant boss Kevin Bond a position as head coach. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Man Utd owners the Glazer family are unhappy about the sacking of club doctor Mike Stone and are launching an investigation. (Daily Star on Sunday, Sunday Express)

 

Man Utd will offer £18m for Lyon midfielder Mahamadou Diarra. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Martin O'Neill can choose between the vacant manager jobs at Middlesbrough and Sunderland. (Sunday People)

 

Chelsea are lining up a move for Manchester City youngster Micah Richards. (Sunday People)

 

Iain Dowie will be Charlton's new manager, and his first signing will be Spurs winger Wayne Routledge. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Spurs will swap midfielder Danny Murphy and winger Reto Ziegler for Wigan full-back Pascal Chimbonda. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Barcelona want Villareal striker Diego Forlan, but are only prepared to pay £7m, well below his current club's valuation. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

AC Milan striker Andriy Shevchenko will join Chelsea, but William Gallas will not be moving in the opposite direction. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

Preston boss Billy Davies was poised to accept Charlton's offer to join them as manger, but changed his mind after a dispute about the club's transfer policy. (Sunday People)

 

Crystal Palace striker Andy Johnson will join Everton for £8.5m, snubbing potential moves to Wigan and Bolton. (Various)

 

Arsenal are preparing a move for 18-year-old Moroccan Adil Chihi. (Daily Star on Sunday, News of the World)

 

Wigan are interested in Bolton keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

John Aldridge could be on the verge of a surprise return to Tranmere as part of a management team with Jason McAteer. (Daily Star on Sunday, Sunday People)

 

Manchester City are set to sign Lazio midfielder Ousmane Dabo, beating Arsenal to the punch. (Daily Star on Sunday)

 

Former England full-back Danny Mills is a target for newly-promoted Sheffield United after being told he can leave Manchester City. (Daily Star on Sunday, New of the World)

 

Italy have put a ban on the pornographic TV channels in their pre-World Cup hotel. (The Mail on Sunday)

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explains yesterdays rumour

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I can't believe that the most important quote has yet to be discussed thus far:

 

Italy have put a ban on the pornographic TV channels in their pre-World Cup hotel. (The Mail on Sunday)

 

I can see the rationale behind this decision, the Italian FA have obviously recognised that the quality of Hotel porn is of substandard, in fact hotel porn is porn with the porn edited out !

 

This would inevitably cause sexual frustration in the players and may lead to players looking for sexual gratification outside the confines of the hotel.

 

IE Totti would need to go in search of totty.

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Couldn't forget Kevin Bond and I would be surprised if 'slightly older' members could forget him either.

 

Bit-part player.

 

Bournemouth. Norwich.

 

Father, John - managed Norwich and Man City.

 

iirc Kevin Bond was playing for Bournemouth when they knocked us out the cup on penalties at SJP some moons ago.

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