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Ryan Flynn and John Brayford struck second-half goals as Sky Bet League One side Sheffield United booked themselves a date at Wembley in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Bradley Johnson knows Norwich need to take their big-game mentality into fixtures against those teams battling it out with the Canaries to avoid Barclays Premier League relegation.
England manager Roy Hodgson has told Luke Shaw to ignore the comparisons with Ashley Cole as the pair do battle for a World Cup berth.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he will keep tinkering with his Cardiff line-up after another raft of changes brought a much-needed victory over Fulham.
Michael Carrick was happy to right the wrongs of Manchester United's ill-fated trip to Greece by beating West Brom.
The PFA send their best wishes for a speedy recovery to the former Arsenal and Portsmouth striker and Nigerian Captain, Nwankwo Kanu who has recently undergone successful open heart surgery.
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In this practice, there are 7 players (the number can be varied between 5 and 8) with the players passing and changing places.