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 By Chris Wright

FIFA choose remote Scottish island as a remarkable place to play football

A remote football pitch on the Scottish island of Eriskay has been recognised by FIFA as one of the eight most remarkable places to play football in the world.

Bumpy, skewiff and intermittently bleak and windswept, the pitch on the Outer Hebredian isle of Eriskay...

 By Chris Wright

Poole Town fans set to win big after placing Charlie Austin for England bet

England manager Roy Hodgson has handed QPR striker Charlie Austin his first call-up to the national side for fixtures against the Republic of Ireland and Slovenia.

A speculative bet placed on Charlie Austin some six years ago is poised to win a group of Poole Town supporters almost £8,000.

Austin had just left Poole for Swindon Town at the time having scored 64 goals in 57 games during the season-and-a-half he spent with the club in the Wessex League Premier Division.

Certain that their departing striker was destined for bigger and better things, a syndicate of 16 Poole supporters clubbed together and stuck a £155 wager on Austin scoring for England...

 By Tim Vickery

Cruzeiro net big win over River Plate in Libertadores but fail to impress

Marquinhos got the only goal of the game.

The first legs of the quarterfinals in the Copa Libertadores, South America's Champions League, all ended in single goal victories. But there is no doubt as to who was the big winner of the week.

There were 1-0 wins for Emelec of Ecuador over Tigres of Mexico, Santa Fe of Colombia over Internacional of Brazil and for Guarani of Paraguay over Racing of Argentina. But Brazilian side Cruzeiro's 1-0 win over River Plate of Argentina has much more value. Cruzeiro were the away side. All the others were...

 By Musa Okwonga

Manchester United can relegate Reds' legend Steve Bruce at Hull on Sunday

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal had a special relationship with the media this season. Take a look at some of his best quotes from the year.

Manchester United travel to face Hull City for the final game of the Premier League season in a match which sees sizeable prizes just out of the hands of both teams.

United and Hull need results elsewhere to go their way and in United's case at least it is highly unlikely that they will. Their 1-1 draw against Arsenal at Old Trafford means they must win by a huge margin and Arsenal must lose for them to qualify automatically for the group stages of the Champions League.

Hull, meanwhile, need to...

 By Nick Miller

Premier League: Top 10 memorable moments of the season

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said his side's 3-0 defeat to West Brom was due to winning the Premier League title too early and lack of competition from top contenders.

The final round of games in the Premier League are nearly upon us, so there's no better time to sit back, take stock, and look at 10 of the finest moments witnessed this season:

Bobby Zamora's dinked goal

One weekend in April saw some extraordinary goals, from Charlie Adam's 65-yarder to Jermain Defoe's thunderbolt against Newcastle. However, arguably the best came from Bobby Zamora against West Brom, chip-volleying over a bewildered Ben Foster with the outside of his left foot, even gently kissing the bar on the way in.

Nigel Pearson holds down James McArthur

While he has guided Leicester to safety, it's been an interesting season for Nigel Pearson. He got involved in an argument with a fan, called a reporter an 'ostrich' and, perhaps most famously, seemed to get Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur in a chokehold on the touchline, an incident that nearly cost him his job.

Sadio Mane's rapid hat-trick

It's a record that has stood for over two decades, but in the 6-1 win over Aston Villa, Sadio Mane not only beat Robbie Fowler's mark for the quickest Premier League hat trick, he obliterated it. Admittedly, a couple of the goals were tap-ins, but three in two minutes and 56 seconds is rather impressive.

Chelsea winning the league

You can call them grimly pragmatic if you like, but there is little doubt that Chelsea have been streets ahead of everyone else in the Premier League this season. They have the best defender in John Terry and the best creative player in Eden Hazard and, like it or not, the best manager too -- Jose Mourinho.

Southampton 8-0 Sunderland

There have been plenty of highlights and lowlights for Southampton and Sunderland respectively this season, but this demolition in October is up there for both. The goals were shared around, and even featured a slapstick own-goal from Santiago Vergini, rifling into his own net from 20 yards.

John Carver accuses Mike Williamson

If there was one thing to sum up the absolute disintegration of Newcastle, it was their 3-0 defeat to Leicester in May. Mike Williamson was sent off for two yellow cards, and was accused by John Carver after the game of being dismissed deliberately. 'I thought he'd done that on purpose,' said Carver.

Newcastle fans protest

On the other hand, if there is hope it lies in the stands. Given that there were about 35,000 at St James's Park for Newcastle's game against Spurs in April, it might not seem like much of a protest, but for a ground in which 47,000 are usually crammed, it was a show of strength and defiance from the fans to Mike Ashley.

Tottenham 5-3 Chelsea

There aren't too many candidates for game of the season, but Tottenham's 5-3 demolition of Chelsea on New Year's Day is probably the stand-out. Ultimately it didn't mean much in the wider scheme of things, but it was still an exhilarating performance in which the champions were blown away.

Steven Gerrard's red card against Manchester United

For his last season at Liverpool, Steven Gerrard has looked desperate to make a mark. He certainly did that against Manchester United in March, sent off for a stamp on Ander Herrera after just 38 seconds. And, so hyped was Gerrard, it was a mild surprise it took that long.

Harry Kane's North London derby...

 By James Dall

Will Hull or Newcastle survive in Premier League relegation battle?

Newcastle United head coach John Carver discussed English Premier League survival and Sunday's last-day visit of West Ham United.

Premier League Spotlight previews the weekend's top-flight fixtures, highlighting the key points to keep an eye on as the action unfolds.

Weekend fixtures

Sunday
Arsenal vs. West Brom
Aston Villa vs. Burnley
Chelsea vs. Sunderland
Crystal Palace vs. Swansea
Everton vs. Tottenham
Hull vs. Man Utd
Leicester vs. QPR
Man City vs. Southampton
Newcastle vs. West Ham
Stoke vs. Liverpool

Battle(s) of the Weekend: Hull vs. Man United/Newcastle vs. West Ham

Relegation from the Premier League is not the worst thing ever. Really, it isn't. Sure, it stings and forces an adult's eyes to leak, but then after unburying your red face from the safety of your scarf you realise you're headed for arguably a better, purer place. The Championship is a very...