Arsenal keeper lit up after dire game against Southampton - but where did cigarettes come from?
Liverpool skipper scores twice to help Reds avoid a repeat of the 1988 final shock
Reds skipper to earn £4m a year in California; Rodgers must fight Spurs for West Brom star Berahino
League One club split over whether it should employ player who still denies he is guilty of rape
Chelsea stunned by Spurs, Lampard commits to Man City and Steven Gerrard says farewell to Liverpool
Gunners bounce back from Southampton defeat with win in repeat of last season's cup final
Sam Allardyce says the New Zealand defender has 'no future' at Hammers as he awaits offers
Manager's comments come a day after striker is described as 'sincere and honest' by the FA
With a full squad to choose from the Blues are in pole position ahead of the hectic festive programme
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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