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Sportsday Live - Monday 17 October

Sportsday Live featuring reaction to the death of British IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon, England's second ODI against India, plus more.

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1926 FOOTBALL: Former Inter Milan coach Gian Piero Gasperini has claimed that the Italian Serie A giants should have believed in him more rather than choosing to sack him. Gasperini lasted just five games in the job, losing four of those and drawing the other one. "Rather than just giving me more time they needed to believe in me, they needed the belief to follow my path," the 53-year-old said.

1922 GET INVOLVED: - Iain Fordyce on Twitter: "#bbcsportsday Relegation is part of the game. It will be wrong if it goes. It is sad for clubs to go down but that is part of the game!"

1916 HORSE RACING: A church service to celebrate the life of Red Rum trainer Ginger McCain, who died last month aged 80, is to be held at Liverpool Cathedral on 15 November.

1911 OLYMPICS: Na Liu is bidding to become Northern Ireland's first table-tennis player to compete in an Olympic Games.

1909 CRICKET: Morocco is set to become the first African nation to host the Fifa Club World Cup after being left as the sole bidder for the 2013 and 2014 events.

1904 CRICKET: Sussex batsman Matt Prior is convinced the current England team can go on to dominate the Test arena in the same way that the legendary teams of Australia and the West Indies did before them.

1859 CRICKET: Indian selectors have named an unchanged squad for the remaining three one-dayers of the ongoing five-game series against England, which India currently leads 2-0.

1855 HORSE RACING: BBC Sport's Clare Balding on Twitter: "I agree with the principle of restricting use & encouraging jockeys to use whip more judiciously & tactically but 1f limit is a mistake & penalties are extreme. Fine could be a % of prize money for owner, trainer & jockey, not just jockeys."

1847 FOOTBALL: Championship side Burnley have announced that former Northern Ireland international Jimmy McIlroy MBE is to become the club's new President.

Breaking news
1839 FOOTBALL: Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra has told Sir Alex Ferguson that he wants to pursue his allegation of racism against Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, the Manchester United manager has confirmed. "I spoke to Patrice today. He is adamant he wants to follow it on," the Scot said.

Breaking news
1834 HORSE RACING: The British Horse Racing Authority (BHA) has announced that the current rules regarding the use of the whip will remain until a further review has been conducted. The BHA will report back by Friday.

1830 OLYMPICS: London 2012's call for an Olympic Truce has been backed by the United Nations General Assembly. All 193 UN member states signed up to a resolution, tabled by London 2012 chairman Lord Coe, which called on nations to promote peace, development and reconciliation in trouble-torn regions.

1821 CRICKET: England one-day captain Alastair Cook admits that his side have "not been good enough" to compete with India after losing the second of their five-match one-day series by eight wickets in Delhi to trail 2-0.

1815 FOOTBALL: St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes has held talks with Bristol City but his club say a move to Ashton Gate is far from certain. McInnes underwent an interview after Saints agreed a deal with the Championship side on Friday to allow their manager to talk to City.

1810 FOOTBALL: Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina believes the club's recent recruitment drive has helped close the gap further to the Premier League's top teams. The 29-year-old has been encouraged by the investment of almost £120m in new players the last 10 months, many of whom played in Saturday's 1-1 draw with champions Manchester United.

1804 FOOTBALL: Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri feels his side is regarded higher outside Italy than they are in their homeland. The southerners entertain Bayern Munich in Champions League Group A on Tuesday with the Germans claiming they are the best team in Italy.

1802 GET INVOLVED: Get involved on Sportsday Live on Twitter with the hashtag #bbcsportsday

1757 FOOTBALL: BBC Tees reports that Middlesbrough are set to sign former Nigeria international striker Bartholomew Ogbeche on a short-term deal following a successful trial.

1751 FOOTBALL: Chelsea have rejected a counter-offer from opponents of their bid to buy back the freehold of Stamford Bridge. It is two weeks since the club announced their plans to repurchase the land they sold to supporter-led group Chelsea Pitch Owners in the 1990s.

1746 GET INVOLVED: - Phil Christian on Twitter: "#bbcsportsday No Premier League relegation will lead to the clubs becoming franchises. Clubs will end up being spread out round the country to max fans."

1739 MOTORSPORT: Sir Jackie Stewart has questioned the safety of IndyCar racing following the death of Briton Dan Wheldon at the Las Vegas Indy 300 yesterday. Stewart, who won three Formula One championships, believes there are too many cars competing at too high speeds in IndyCar and certain problems need to be addressed. Stewart said: "I don't think you can stand still for safety. There's always an improvement to be made."

Breaking news
1732 FOOTBALL: Everton have re-signed free agent James McFadden. The Scotland international forward has been without a club since his summer departure from Birmingham, who were relegated to the Championship last season. The 28-year-old, who first signed for the Toffees in 2003 in a £1.25m deal from Motherwell, has signed a deal to stay at Goodison Park until the end of the season.

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1726 MOTORSPORT: The father of British racing driver Dan Wheldon, who was killed in a high-speed crash in America yesterday, has paid tribute to his son, describing him as a "true champion" and a "gentleman on and off the track". His father Clive said: "The family would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming outpouring of sympathy. Daniel was born to be a racer and yesterday left us doing what he loved to do. He was a true champion and a gentleman on and off the track."

1720 FOOTBALL: Derby manager Nigel Clough has told BBC Radio Derby that promotion to the Premier League remains an ambition rather than an expectation after signing a new contract at Pride Park.

1716 CRICKET: New Zealand have sealed a 2-0 series win with a 34-run Duckworth/Lewis victory over Zimbabwe in a rain-affected second Twenty20 international in Harare.

1712 FOOTBALL: Tickets for Estonia's crunch Euro 2012 play-off against Ireland have sold out within 25 minutes, as the Baltic minnows brace themselves for the biggest game in their footballing history. The Estonian Football Association said that all 2,000 tickets available to the general public had been snapped up after going on sale at 1000 GMT.

1706 GET INVOLVED: - Vincenzo Re on Twitter: "#bbcsportsday No Premier League relegation means no need for clubs outside top 6 to spend silly money. Quality will drop, followed by drop in TV money."

1703 WINTER SPORTS: British bobsleigh's performance director Gary Anderson has told BBC London the Great Britain side are ahead of the competition in the run up to Sochi 2014.

1657 FOOTBALL: Fifa has confirmed rewards and amnesties will be offered to match-fixing whistleblowers in a bid to eradicate corruption from the game. The scheme, which comes into force in January, will reward those who come forward inside the first month, with potential amnesties being offered for a further three months.

Breaking news
1653 CRICKET: India complete an eight-wicket victory over England in the second ODI in Delhi. Virat Kohli scored 112 and Gautam Gambhir 84 as the hosts reached their target with 13 overs to spare to go 2-0 up in the five-match series.

1651 FOOTBALL: France international defender Eric Abidal wants to stay at Barcelona for two more seasons and is looking to wrap up a deal at a meeting with club officials on Thursday.

1646 F1: Formula 1 summariser Anthony Davidson has called for safety rules in the Indy Car series to be reviewed after Dan Wheldon's death.

Breaking news
1639 FOOTBALL: Celtic will retain their place in the Europa League group stages even if Sion are reintegrated into the competition, according to Uefa. Sion were expelled from the tournament on 2 September 2011 for fielding ineligible players in their play-off victory over the Hoops and lost an appeal against their expulsion later that month. The governing body specifically stated that Celtic would not be excluded even if the Court of Arbitration for Sport rules in favour of Sion.

1635 FOOTBALL: Northampton striker Jake Robinson has admitted that his side are struggling for confidence and frustrated by their recent performances. The Cobblers players were kept in their dressing room for an hour after the 3-0 defeat by Port Vale on Saturday.

1630 FOOTBALL: The Carling Premiership match between Glentoran and Linfield on Monday night has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch at the Oval.

1626 CRICKET: India need 42 runs off 112 balls to beat England's total of 237 in their second ODI in Delhi. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

1620 FOOTBALL: Cardiff defender Ben Turner says a huge weight lifted off his shoulders when he completed his first 90 minutes in almost a year in their 2-2 draw with Ipswich on Saturday.

1614 GET INVOLVED: Get involved on Sportsday Live on Twitter with the hashtag #bbcsportsday

1613 GET INVOLVED: - Tom Doyle on Twitter: "@BBCSport I don't know where to begin with #PLrelegation proposals, surely a more even distribution of £ should be the first step? #bbcsportsday"

1608 FOOTBALL: South Africa's Football Association has been branded a 'disgrace' by sports minister Fikile Mbalula for its reaction to the failure to reach the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.

1604 FOOTBALL: Derby top scorer Steven Davies is set to be sidelined for 12 weeks after fracturing his skull in Saturday's draw against Southampton.

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1558 CRICKET: India's Gautam Gambhir reaches 50, with India on 138-2, chasing England's total of 237 in their ODI in Delhi. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

1556 RUGBY UNION: Northampton Saints back row Tom Wood has told BBC Radio Northampton that playing in the LV Cup win over Saracens helped the returning England players to "vent a few frustrations". Wood played just over an hour at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand before returning for Saints' 36-6 victory.

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1551 CRICKET: India need 116 runs to win in 28 overs, chasing England's total of 237 in their ODI in Delhi. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

1542 GOLF: Open champion Darren Clarke, in Bermuda for the 36-hole Grand Slam of Golf against this season's other three major winners, has sent a message of congratulation to Europe's newest star Tom Lewis. In only his third start as a professional, the 20-year-old from Welwyn Garden captured the Portugal Masters with a closing round of 65 this weekend against a field which included Martin Kaymer and Padraig Harrington.

1533 GOLF: A contest is to be held to decide who designs the Rio de Janeiro course at the 2016 Olympics. Some of the biggest names in the sport are likely to be involved with Jack Nicklaus and Annika Sorenstam talking about working together, with the successful candidates announced just before Christmas.

1520 FOOTBALL: Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky insists he was not acting irresponsibly by laughing and starting to walk away from goal before Sebastian Larsson's free-kick had struck the back of the Arsenal net in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Sunderland. "I have been here six years and anyone who thinks I would laugh at that... for people to take it that way is frankly unbelievable," he said.

1507 CRICKET: Pakistan's former Test captain Salman Butt was accused of match-fixing only after former agent Mazhar Majeed "grossly abused" his trust, Southwark Crown Court has heard.

1458 FOOTBALL: Manchester United are travelling to Romania to face Otelul Galati in Tuesday's Champions League tie. But who are they facing? Shamoon Hafez has been finding out more.

1445 ATHLETICS: More from Kelly Sotherton after she has her funding withdrawn as she aims for a place at the London 2012 Olympics. "This news does not come as a major surprise to me," she says. "It is not a setback to my ambitions and I am very grateful for the support that UK Athletics has offered me up until now."

1438 MOTORSPORT: Former Formula 1 world champion Jody Scheckter wants his son to quit IndyCar racing following the death of Briton Dan Wheldon. Tomas Scheckter escaped unharmed from the 15-car crash in Sunday's Las Vegas Indy 300.

1430 FOOTBALL: Andrew Pickering on Twitter: "Crazy idea from foreign owners wanting to scrap relegation. Why don't we just go the whole hog and make it a franchise sport?"

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1422 CRICKET: India have started their chase of England's total of 237 in their ODI in Delhi. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

1407 FOOTBALL: Wigan striker Callum McManaman has joined Championship side Blackpool on loan until January. The England Under-20 international, has made nine appearances for the Latics, scoring on his first start in the FA Cup victory over Hull last season.

1357 CRICKET: Rain has delayed the start of the second T20 international between Zimbabwe and New Zealand in Harare. New Zealand won the first match in the two-match series by ten wickets at the same venue on Saturday.

1348 HORSE RACING: BBC Sport's Joe Wilson at the British Horseracing Authority: "The jockey delegation left the BHA after just over an hour of talks. Professional Jockeys Association spokesman Kevin Darley said the meeting about whip reform was constructive and the BHA was receptive. But, when questioned about any future strike action, he suggested that depended on what the BHA now announces. As yet there is no formal announcement from the BHA about changing the whip rules in the jockeys favour."

1331 HORSE RACING: Grand National-winning trainer Donald McCain has told At The Races that changes are needed to the new whip rules for jockeys. "I didn't think there was a massive problem [with the old rules] but understood that for the public image, there needed to be a change," he said. "Maybe they have just over-complicated the whole thing with the inside the final furlong [rule] and after the last [obstacle]. A lot of people said it just needed to be simple and clear and maybe they have just over-complicated it."

1328 RUGBY LEAGUE: Castleford forward Nick Fozzard has signed for Championship club Dewsbury Rams. The 34-year-old prop was born in Dewsbury and went on to play for Leeds, Huddersfield, Warrington, Hull KR and Castleford as having two spells for St Helens, where his performances earned him a place in the 2007 Super League Dream Team.

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1322 CRICKET: England make 237 in their ODI against India with Kevin Pietersen top-scoring on 46. The Indian innings is due to get underway at around 1400 BST. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

Breaking news
1311 FOOTBALL: The Premier League has told BBC Sport any move by foreign owners to get rid of promotion and relegation would be a non-starter. Earlier, League Managers Association chief Richard Bevan said that several foreign-owned Premier League clubs want to scrap relegation. The Premier League says that relegation and promotion are part of its rules and add to the strength of the competition.

1308 FOOTBALL: QPR captain Joey Barton has told the Professional Players Federation national conference there would have been a different reaction had the England football team behaved like their rugby union counterparts at the World Cup. "If that was an England football team at a World Cup, there would probably have been public executions when they got home," he said. "The minute a footballer steps out of line, I think the media in this country - because of the sums of money they earn and also because of the stigma attached - are really quick to jump on it."

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1259 CRICKET: England are 221-7 after 44 overs in their ODI against India. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

1253 CRICKET: BBC Sport sports news correspondent James Pearce at the Pakistani spot-fixing trial tweets: "[Former Pakistan captain] Salman Butt has been talking about family life. He lives with his wife, son, mother and two sisters. Says he paid for sisters' education. He also said he earned roughly £1.2m from cricket between 2003 and 2010."

1246 FOOTBALL: Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has said he is ready to act as a mediator in the Luis Suarez-Patrice Evra race row. The Football Association are investigating a complaint from Manchester United defender Evra, who accused Liverpool striker Suarez of racially abusing him during Saturday's Premier League game at Anfield. Suarez has said he was "upset" by Evra's allegation, which he has categorically denied.

1225 ATHLETICS: Olympic medallist Kelly Sotherton on Twitter after losing her UKA funding for 2011/12 : "Nothing changes! Goals are still the same! I'm the master of my own destiny!"

1221 HORSE RACING: BBC Sport's Joe Wilson at the British Horseracing Authority: "A delegation of Britain's most senior jockeys has arrived at the BHA. Kevin Darley of the Professional Jockeys Association was accompanied by Tony McCoy, Frankie Dettori, Ryan Moore and Richard Hughes. They will present the case for a relaxation of the whip regulations during the BHA's board meeting."

1217 CYCLING: British Cycling have named their team for the European Track Championships, which start on Friday in Appeldorn in the Netherlands. Sydney gold medallist Jason Queally will compete in team sprint alongside Sir Chris Hoy, a year after winning European title in team pursuit. Paralympian Sarah Storey has been named in the women's team pursuit squad.

1210 FOOTBALL: Calls for the full release of documents relating to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster in which 96 Liverpool fans died are to be debated by MPs later on Monday. The debate was triggered by an e-petition which gathered the support of more than 139,000 people. Families of the victims have long called for the release of 40,000 documents relating to events at the FA Cup semi-final match and its aftermath. The Government has said it is committed to "full public disclosure."

1204 FOOTBALL: Football pundit and Strictly Come Dancing participant Robbie Savage on Twitter: "When you thought it couldn't get any better, the Chicago bears cheerleaders want a photo with me on Thursday haha ! I'll think about it ???"

Breaking news
1200 TENNIS: Britain's Anne Keothavong comes through WTA qualifying for the second week in succession, beating world number 51 Lucie Hradecka 6-3 6-3 to reach the main draw at the Luxembourg Open. The Londoner teams up with Heather Watson in the doubles later on Monday, while British number one Elena Baltacha plays sixth seed Julia Goerges on Tuesday.

1155 FORMULA ONE: BBC commentator Martin Brundle looks back at Sebastian Vettel's victory in Sunday's Korean Grand Prix and an impressive display by Lewis Hamilton.

1150 RUGBY UNION: Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Roger Lewis says they are in a "very strong position" to negotiate Wales playing some games at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium during the 2015 World Cup in England. Lewis also says that they are confident of keeping Warren Gatland as coach.

1141 FOOTBALL: Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could return in Tuesday night's home Champions League game against Villarreal after training on Monday following a groin injury. Aguero could take the place of Mario Balotelli, who serves the final game of a three-match European suspension.

1136 FOOTBALL: Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says he wants to stay at the club for "many years". The Italian, who succeeded Mark Hughes in December 2009, said: "I would like to stay here for many years in the future but it is not important, my contract. After this year I have one more year and I don't have a problem with this. I haven't talked to the club but at the moment it is not important."

1131 CRICKET: BBC Sport sports news correspondent James Pearce at the Pakistani spot-fixing trial tweets: "Prosecution have closed case against Pakistani cricketers. Ali Bajwa QC now beginning Salman Butt's defence. Asks jury "to keep open mind"

Breaking news
1125 FOOTBALL: Speaking at the Professional Players Federation conference in London, League Managers' Association chief executive Richard Bevan says some foreign owners of Premier League clubs want to scrap relegation and promotion to the top flight. Bevan fears that if more teams fall into foreign hands, they could succeed in forcing through a vote to abolish relegation. The LMA chief executive is hoping that can be prevented by the recent parliamentary inquiry into football goverance, which recommended the Football Association adopt a licencing system for clubs.

1115 MOTORSPORT: BBC Sport's Jonathan Legard says the amount and the inexperience of the drivers may have lead to the crash that killed British driver Dan Wheldon at the Las Vegas Indy 300. Legard says the race track was shorter than normal and the ingredients were there for something to go wrong.

1058 ATHLETICS: UK Athletics head coach Charles van Commenee has insisted there is still work to be done ahead of next year's Olympics after revealing which athletes will receive lottery funding for 2012. Van Commenee has already set a target of eight medals, including one gold, in London. "We operate in a results-driven business in which clear decisions have to be made if athletes are not performing to the high standards we set," he said. "Progress was made in 2011 but there is still work to be done before next August to make our athletes perform better."

1050 MOTORSPORT: Former Formula 1 and IndyCar driver Mark Blundell is critical of the safety conditions at the Las Vegas Indy 300 after British driver Dan Wheldon died following a massive accident during the race. Blundell tells the BBC that the track in Las Vegas was unsuitable for cars of the power and speed used in Indy 300.

1045 FOOTBALL: BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty understands Everton are still in talks with James McFadden over a potential deal for the former Scotland striker, who is a free agent after leaving Birmingham City. McFadden made more than 100 appearances in five years at Everton before joining Birmingham and has also been linked with Wolves and Celtic.

1041 DARTS: Three-time champion Martin Adams will be the top seed for the 2012 Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships which start on Saturday 7 January. England's Deta Hedman will be top seed for the women's event with defending champion Trina Gulliver the third seed.

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1031 CRICKET: Early woe for England in their ODI against India with both captain Alastair Cook and Craig Kieswetter out early on. You can follow all the action here with Ben Dirs.

1012: GYMNASTICS Great Britain return from the World Championships in Tokyo with one medal - Louis Smith's pommel horse bronze - while the women's team secured qualification for 2012. But the men's team missed out and must try again at next year's London test event. BBC commentators Mitch Fenner and Christine Still assess Britain's chances at the London Olympics after the Worlds.

1006: FOOTBALL Defender Nemanja Vidic and striker Dimitar Berbatov are also both back in the squad for the trip to Romania, while Phil Jones has recovered from a knock he picked up against Liverpool on Saturday.

Breaking news
1002: FOOTBALL Rio Ferdinand has been left out of Manchester United's squad for their Champions League Group C match at Romanian side Otelul Galati.

Breaking news
0955: ATHLETICS Kelly Sotherton has lost her UK Athletics funding less than a year before the 2012 Olympics and sprinter Mark Lewis-Francis has had his funding downgraded. Sotherton is hoping to compete at London in the 400m.

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0950: CRICKET Our live coverage of England's second ODI against India is under way, with Alastair Cook's side looking to overturn defeat from the first match. You can join Ben Dirs right now.

Breaking news
0946: ATHLETICS Converted Britons, hurdler Tiffany Porter and triple jumper Yamile Aldama have been given top-level funding by UK Athletics following their top-eight finishes at the World Championships in South Korea.

Breaking news
0936: CRICKET England win the toss and decide to bat in the second ODI with India. Play is due to begin at 1000 BST.

0933: FOOTBALL Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has set his team the target of winning both their Champions League games against Otelul Galati in order to make up for the 3-3 draw against Basel.

0920: ATHLETICS If you haven't read it already, there is an uplifting tale regarding a 100-year old Briton, who has become the world's oldest marathon runner after completing a race in Canada.

Breaking news
0914: FOOTBALL John Greig and John McClelland have resigned as directors of Rangers Football Club PLC, the pair have confirmed in a statement released to the Press Association.

0855: HORSERACING Talks will take place between the Professional Jockeys' Association and the British Horseracing Authority on Monday over new whip rules, with jockeys aiming to reduce punishments. BBC racing correspondent Cornelius Lysaght says: "If today's talks fail some jockeys have indicated they could still strike. "

0842: GOLF And as a result of the victory in Portugal, Tom Lewis climbs to 166th in the world golf rankings from 621st. More importantly, perhaps, he is third in the European Ryder Cup rankings.

0835: GOLF US Open champion Rory McIlroy has tweeted about Tom Watson's debut victory in only his third professional start. "Just landed in LA and found out Tom Lewis won in Portugal," said the Northern Irishman. "What an achievement! Well done lad!"

0830: MOTORSPORT Formula 1 McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton also said about 33-year-old Dan Wheldon: "This is a tragic loss at such a young age."

0822: MOTORSPORT Former IndyCar and Formula 1 driver Mark Blundell was at the circuit where the accident occurred. "IndyCar racing is dangerous," he told the BBC. "The difference [between IndyCar and Formula 1] is that you are running four cars wide, only inches apart from each other doing 220mph."

0815: MOTORSPORT Tributes to Dan Wheldon have been pouring in after the IndyCar racer died in a shocking crash at the Las Vegas Indy 300. Formula 1 drive Jenson Button said on Twitter: "I have so many good memories of racing with Dan in the early 90's, a true fighter. We've lost a legend in our sport but also a great guy..."

0810: FOOTBALL One new line to start the day with, Derby boss Nigel Clough has signed a new deal keeping him at the club until 2015.

0800: FOOTBALL - Three tales from Monday's gossip column:
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits skipper Robin van Persie is refusing to discuss a new contract (Daily Star). QPR boss Neil Warnock believes a dressing room source revealed his team before the match against Blackburn (Daily Express). And Mario Balotelli has volunteered to be put in charge of planning the Manchester City Christmas party (Metro).

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see also
Wheldon killed in IndyCar crash
18 Oct 11 |  Motorsport
MPs debate Hillsborough documents
17 Oct 11 |  Liverpool
Suarez 'upset' by racism claims
17 Oct 11 |  Liverpool
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