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Sol Campbell visits Glasgow but remains undecided over Celtic; Houston annoyed by United rumours; Boyd would be 'king' in Turkey; plus the rest of the day's football transfer news and gossip.
Rangers eye Honduras striker; Celtic target 'Norwegian Rooney'; Hearts want more for Driver; plus the rest of the day's football transfer news and gossip.
STEVEN Gohouri's dramatic stoppage-time equaliser stole a point for Wigan and confirmed Hull's relegation from the Barclays Premier League.
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ASTON VILLA manager Martin O'Neill has vowed to fight fire with fire in tonight's high-stakes Barclays Premier League showdown at Hull.
HULL regained their pride by collecting a vital point in their bid to stay in the Barclays Premier League in a tame goalless draw away at Birmingham.
GRAHAM Alexander scored two penalties as Burnley came from behind to claim their first away win of the season and boost their slim hopes of Barclays Premier League survival.
Goals by Ricardo Fuller and Liam Lawrence at either end of Stoke's match at home to Hull flattered Tony Pulis' side, who were given a real test by the relegation-threatened Tigers.
IAIN Dowie hopes to be at Hull beyond the end of the season after being appointed manager of the Barclays Premier League strugglers.
BROWN slams lower Scottish league clubs in Europe, calls for Robbie Keane to be given another loan deal and Johnson wary of Glazer situation at Rangers - all this and more in today's Rumour Mill.
HULL City chairman Adam Pearson expects to name the club's new manager by tomorrow morning – but has ruled the former Charlton and West Ham manager Alan Curbishley out of the running.
HULL today relieved manager Phil Brown of his duties and placed him on gardening leave with immediate effect, the Barclays Premier League club have confirmed.
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GOALS from Valon Behrami, Carlton Cole and Julien Faubert gave West Ham their second successive league victory and left nine-man Hull in real trouble near the foot of the table.
Keane has nightmare debut, Smith predicts lean times, Terry still Mr Unpopular, plus the rest of today's football gossip.
DIDIER Drogba celebrated his return from African Nations Cup duty by notching his 20th goal of the season to spare Chelsea's blushes against Hull.
The English transfer window closed with a suprising lack of big name moves yesterday afternoon.
Middlesbrough fail in bid to land Scott McDonald, Fox and McManus wanted men and Houston to remain in Dundee United hotseat - all this and more in today's Rumour Mill.