Football News – Arsenal look to pip Spurs to £10m deal, Roman to continue Chelsea revolution & much more

Mark Hughes was left fuming after the ghost goal that prevented Queens Park Rangers picking up  vital points at the Reebok Stadium. Clint Hill’s first half header was ruled out despite being a couple of yards over the line, leaving Sparky absolutely fuming  and branding the FA’s response to the use of goal-line technology as laughable.

Elsewhere in the news today Harry Redknapp said he felt suicidal after Spurs’ failure to beat Everton; Roman Abramovich is intent on fulfilling his revolution at Chelsea, while Dimitar Berbatov admits his frustration at playing second fiddle at Old Trafford.


Harry Redknapp said he felt suicidal after losing three games in a row, especially as they deserved to win two of them – Guardian

Mark Hughes called the response from the FA with regards to goal-line technology as laughable, as QPR were denied a perfectly good goal at the Reebok yesterday – Guardian

Roberto Mancini has targeted 99pts as the marker to land the Premier League title this season – Guardian

Roman Abramovich is still determined to continue his revolution at Chelsea, despite AVB’s exit from the football club – Daily Telegraph

Roy Hodgson says he was flattered with being linked with the England job, however doesn’t believe it is as difficult a job as others make out – Independent

Darren Bent may target the Olympics in 2012, as an alternative to missing out on the Euros due to his ankle injury – Independent

Jamie O’Hara was left fuming last night after being attacked outside Molineux by angry Wolves fans after the game – Daily Mail

Dimitar Berbatov admitted that he is finding it hard playing second fiddle in the strike-force at Manchester United – Daily Mail

Arsenal are looking to pip Tottenham to the signature of Jan Vertonghen in the summer – Mirror

Edin Dzeko may leave Manchester City this summer to make way for a move for Robin van Persie – Mirror

Rafa Benitez says he’s not concerned by Chelsea fans’ protest towards his potential appointment at Stamford Bridge – Sun


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