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11 January 2013

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  1. 0904: 

    QPR manager Harry Redknapp says he does not hold a grudge against his former side Tottenham, in his column in the Sun today.

    Spurs visit Loftus Road in the Premier League on Saturday.

    Redknapp says: "I can't lie and say my four years at White Hart Lane meant nothing, I don't think anyone would believe me anyway. It was a special time for me and for the club. But now I've gone I'm not the sort to bear a grudge. Where is that going to get me? Nowhere, fast.

    "My only focus now is on QPR and getting us out of desperate trouble at the bottom of the Premier League."

  2. 0858: 

    Mark Yates is close to adding defensive cover to his Cheltenham Town squad ahead of tomorrow's home match against York City, report the Gloucester Citizen.

    He is also looking to add a striker during this month's transfer window, with target man Paul Benson linked with a loan move from Swindon Town.

    Yates says: "I am not talking about anyone, but I am trying to get people in and we want the best players possible."

  3. 0852: 

    Raheem Sterling compares his mum to Jose Mourinho in his first interview in the Mirror today.

    He says: "My Mum rules my life - she's a nightmare at times, but I love her and she's the main person in my life. She has got a very strong personality and thinks she's the boss. At first she wouldn't come to the games, but then she saw how much I liked it and really got into it. Now she thinks she's Jose Mourinho."

    "She gives me no sympathy if I've had a bad game. But she tries to be constructive with her criticism, not to put me down. She's been great for me."

  4. 0847: 

    Sunderland are interested in 29-year-old Senegalese international Kader Mangane, according to Sky Sports.

    Mangane currently plays in Saudi Arabia with Al Hilal but Sunderland want to sign Mangane, who can play in midfield or defence, on loan with a view to a permanent deal.

    Al Hilal president Prince Abdulrahman says: "We received the official bid from Sunderland for Mangane, we will look into the offer and consider our position and we may see the player leave Al-Hilal this month."

  5. 0842:  
    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Alastair Cook is out caught by Ajinkja Rahane off the bowling of Suresh Raina for 75.

    Eoin Morgan is in at number four ahead of debutant Joe Root.

    For ball-by-ball commentary of England's ODI against India in Rajkot tune into 5 live Sports Extra or follow it on the BBC Sport website.

  6. 0838: 

    Liverpool remain hopeful of signing Blackpool midfielder Tom Ince, according to the Liverpool Echo.

    Boss Brendan Rodgers wants to bring the 20-year-old winger back to Anfield this month but talks between the clubs have broken down.

    Liverpool bid £4m before Christmas, but that was rejected by Blackpool, who are holding out for an extra £2m.

  7. 0833: 

    Norwich are close to completing a deal for Celtic striker Gary Hooper, report talkSPORT.

    The 24-year-old has scored 64 goals for Celtic since moving from Scunthorpe in 2010.

    But the Scottish champions look set to lose Hooper, who has 18 months left on his contract but has said he has no plans to sign a new deal.


    So, if reports are to be believed, Ashley Cole could be reunited with his former manager Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.

    What do you make of this? Where should Cole and Frank Lampard move to? And what about the Guardiola to Chelsea story in the Daily Express today? Is he the man you want, Chelsea fans?

    Twitter is the place for your views. Use the hashtag #bbcsportsday

  9. 0823:  
    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    There is a wicket in the cricket as Ian Bell is run out for 85.

    England are now 158-1 as Kevin Pietersen joins Cook at the crease.

    A reminder that that match is live on 5 live Sports Extra and on the BBC Sport Website.

  10. 0821: 

    Real Madrid have opened negotiations with Ashley Cole over a summer move, report the Daily Express.

    They say that Cole's representatives were in Madrid yesterday for talks.

    The 32-year-old, whose deal expires at the end of this season, is free to sign a pre-contract agreement.

    Cole is also being chased by Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Manchester United, and has rejected a one-year deal at Chelsea with both Real and PSG prepared to offer three years.

  11. 0817: 

    This is your one-stop shop for all the breaking transfer news so let's kick-start the day with a glance at the top stories from back pages of the papers.

    Here are a few snippets from the BBC football gossip column.

    Roman Abramovich will make Pep Guardiola an £18m-a-year deal to become Chelsea's next manager in the summer. (Daily Express)

    QPR are set to sign 28-year-old Stoke midfielder Wilson Palacios, who has played only four times this season. (The Sun)

    Newcastle United have been rocked by the request of their captain Fabricio Coloccini, 30, to leave the club. (The Independent)

  12. 0811:  
    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    England have started strongly against India with openers Alastair Cook and Ian Bell both making half centuries.

    They have put together a record opening partnership for England in one-day internationals against India and England are currently 145-0 after 25 overs.

    You can listen to ball by ball commentary on 5 live Sports Extra right now.

    You can also follow it on the BBC Sport Website.

  13. 0809: 

    Tony O'Shea and Wesley Harms reached the semi-finals of the BDO Darts World Championships with wins over Robbie Green and Darryl Fitton respectively.

    O'Shea, who was runner-up in 2009 and 2012, won 5-3 to reach his fourth semi-final in five years.

    It sets up a repeat of last year's final four meeting with Harms, whose clinical finishing saw off Fitton.

  14. 0806: 

    Andy Murray has drawn the world number 54 Robin Haase from Holland in the first round of the Australian Open which starts on Monday.

    The US Open champion could face Juan Martin del Potro in the last eight and Roger Federer in the semi-finals in Melbourne.

    British number one Heather Watson will play Alexandra Cadantu in her first round match and Laura Robson will take on Melanie Oudin.

  15. 0803: 

    Let's begin by looking at the main stories from overnight and this morning.

    Joe Root has been handed his one-day international debut for England against India.

    England won the toss and chose to bat.

  16. 0800: 

    Good morning and welcome to another day of Sportsday Live from the BBC Sports Centre. We will bring you all the latest transfer news as well as all the day's breaking sports stories.

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