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Leyton Orient lodge Olympic Stadium application

Leyton Orient have applied for permission to move to the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 Games, with chairman Barry Hearn calling for West Ham to be ruled out of the running.

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Barry Hearn: There’s no place like home…and greedy West Ham should be kept out of ours

If West Ham moved closer to Leyton Orient, Barry Hearn believes the fan base would gradually be eroded to a point where the club could go out of existence.

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Fury at foreign owners Premier League relegation plans

Leeds owner Ken Bates has led the cries of outrage after it was claimed a group of foreign owners want to abolish relegation from the Barclays Premier League.

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James McFadden signs for Everton

James McFadden has signed for Everton until the end of the season. Free agent McFadden was released by Birmingham in the summer and was strongly linked with Celtic.

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James McFadden set for Everton return

James McFadden was at Everton’s training ground on Monday to put the final touches on a deal to return to the club he left in 2008. McFadden was released by Birmingham in the summer.

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Foreign owners want to scrap Premier League relegation

A fresh power struggle in the Premier League is looming after it was revealed a group of foreign club owners want relegation to be scrapped.

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Caption competition: October 14, 2011

Each week, Sportsmail has a caption competition for you to battle it out for a brilliant prize of a £100 Sportsbook bet with our friends at Paddy Power. This week’s picture features Andy Murray.

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Football chiefs warned by Government they have until March to clean up the game

The Governnent has demanded urgent changes to the way English football is run – from controlling debt to a shake-up at the Football Association.

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Leo’s London: Scott Parker is season’s best buy

Scott Parker’s performances for Tottenham and England must make him one of the transfer bargains of the season. The midfielder cost just £5m from West Ham.

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David Bentley injury rules West Ham loanee out for two months

David Bentley’s bid to get his career back on track has suffered another blow after a knee injury forced him to return from a season-long loan at West Ham for treatment at Tottenham.

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Young football writer competition

Sportsmail has teamed up with Barclays to launch a search for Britain’s next big football writer. You now have the chance to showcase your talents to the world with our brilliant competition.

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Liverpool want to sell own TV rights and stadium road clear for West Ham

Liverpool will consider negotiating their own overseas television rights deal and West Ham have emerged as unlikely winners in the race to move into the Olympic Stadium.

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Special Report: Revealed: The secrets of football’s child catchers

One leading agent admits immoral practices are ‘rife’, a chairman compares it to ‘slavery’ and a coach claims players are brain-washed to believe they are ‘the next Messi’.

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Olympic Stadium still for West Ham, says Boris Johnson

West Ham have emerged as unlikely winners in the race to move into the Olympic Stadium despite their plan to buy it ahead of Tottenham Hotspur collapsing.

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Taxpayers 0 West Ham 1: Club could still move without paying £20million

The news was good for West Ham. It was bad for the taxpayer. And, for all Barry Hearn’s tub-thumping rhetoric, it was probably irrelevant to the other interested parties.

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World Cup 2010: FA chief Lord Triesman accuses Spain and Russia of bid to bribe referees in South Africa

England’s campaign to host the 2018 World Cup was in chaos after the FA’s chairman accused Spain and Russia of planning to bribe referees in this summer’s tournament.

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Spurs force West Ham Olympic Stadium deal collapse

The Government are set to announce that the Olympic Stadium deal with West Ham and Newham Council has collapsed due to legal challenges by Tottenham and Leyton Orient.

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Gianfranco Zola keen to get back into management

Gianfranco Zola believes he should have been given the chance to manage Inter Milan after the club sacked Gian Piero Gasperini earlier this season.

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Train with Lionel Messi? Sir Bobby Robson’s Foundation and Breakthrough Breast Cancer auction

Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Auction, which The Mail on Sunday is proud to support, will raise funds in memory of the late, great England manager Sir Bobby Robson.

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Finney, Moore, Charlton, Robson, Gazza… who is the ultimate lionheart?

Sportsmail ‘s team of experts join some famous names in revealing their favourite England star and explain the reasons why…

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Carlos Tevez: Corinthians end interest in Manchester City striker

Corinthians have delivered a timely blow to Carlos Tevez after the Brazilian club revealed they are not looking to make another move for the Manchester City rebel.

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Kieron Dyer injury jinx strikes again at QPR

Kieron Dyer has suffered fresh injury agony and will be out of action until at least Christmas. QPR boss Neil Warnock confirmed that Dyer has suffering new ligament damage in a foot.

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Caption competition: October 7, 2011

Each week, Sportsmail has a caption competition for you to battle it out for a brilliant prize of a £100 Sportsbook bet with our friends at Paddy Power. This week’s picture features Caroline Wozniacki.

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Premier League TV rights ruling: lowdown on decision

The Premier League could be forced change how they sell their TV rights after a ruling went against them. Here Sportsmail gives you the lowdown on the decision.

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Can Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham really support bigger stadiums?

The Premier League remains an exciting spectacle, but there must be a saturation point, even in a city as big as London.

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London’s bid for 2017 World Athletics Championship boosted by track contract

An athletics track will surround the football pitch at the new Olympic Stadium for the next 125 years regardless of whether West Ham or Tottenham become the tenants after 2012.

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