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There were three games played in the Premier League today. Sharing a mere four goals between them the games gave vital victories to Blackburn and Arsenal
Chelsea maintain their lead at the top of the Premiership after thumping Sunderland 7-2 whilst Man Utd stay close behind following their 3-0 win over Burnley in the afternoon kick-offs.
Liverpool lose out to some harsh decisions and a dramatic equalizer as they draw 1-1 away to Stoke.
Today's only CAN game was a Group B match between big boys Ivory Coast and Ghana. With Togo's departure from the competition - and this group - the winner of the match was assured a place in the next round.
Aston Villa win away to Blackburn in the first leg of a League Cup Semi-Final
Liverpool lose three star players to injury, including Captain Gerrard and star striker Torres.
Group A of the CAN 2010 began it's second round of games today with the hosts moving to the top of the table, with an improving Algeria not too far behind.
Zambia and Tunisia are held to a 1-1 stalemate as they both gladly take a point from the game.
An amazing two hours of football ends with a shock result as Championship side Reading scrape a win against Premiership giants Liverpool.
Another shock in the African Nations Cup as lowly Gabon beat second favorites Cameroon.
The small but ambitious Burnley FC are set to unveil Brian Laws as their new manager within twenty-four hours. The club recently lost boss of three years Owen Coyle - who moved into the vacant position at Bolton Wanderers.
We take a look at how the top Premiership teams will fare in this transfer window, jumping into the rumor mill and seeing what the fans have to say.
A thrilling night of FA Cup action saw luckless Portsmouth drag Coventry into Extra-Time before breaking their hearts with a last second winner.
Egypt and Nigeria began their African Cup of Nations campaigns today with the former champions just managing to get the better of a powerful Nigerian team.
The African Cup of Nations moved into its second day of action and two more shocks were on the card.
With the January Transfer Window upon it is time we took a look at prospective deals as clubs all over Europe look to bolster their squads, pinch a few pennies and offload some superstars.
Host nations Angola battled it out with Mali but the opening minutes didn't see the explosion of attacking that the fans had expected from the hosts.
The 2010 African Cup Of Nations is due to kick off tonight as Angola host the 27th edition of this biennial tournament.
West Bromwich Albion & Nottingham Forrest lock horns on a bitter night in the Midlands.
Manchester City completed the signing of former Arsenal and Inter Milan Midfielder Patrick Vieira today after finalizing a deal which sees him move to Eastlands on an initial six-month contract.