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Former Southampton manager Mark Hughes, who  was sacked on Monday morning. His long-serving assistants, Mark Bowen and Eddie Niedzwiecki, have also left the club. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Southampton have identified the former RB Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhüttl as the club’s preferred choice to replace Mark Hughes, who was sacked on Mo(...)

Mark Hughes has been sacked as manager of Southampton. Photograph: Getty Images

Southampton have parted company with manager Mark Hughes. The Premier League strugglers announced on Monday that the 55-year-old Welshman had left t(...)

Can Leicester City defend their Premier League title in 2016/17. Photograph: Getty Images

Arsenal Not for the first time Arsenal find themselves needing a striker, a defender and have real doubts about the long-term future of Arsène Weng(...)

New Zealand prime minister John Key: accused opposition politicians of “backing the rapists” in debate about the detention of New Zealand citizens in Australia. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP

Several female MPs were ordered to leave the New Zealand parliament on Wednesday after their declarations that they had been victims of sexual assault(...)

Leicester City’s Leonardo Ulloa celebrates his goal against Swansea. Photo: Ryan Browne/PA Wire

Premier League round-up: Leonardo Ulloa grabbed his first Premier League goal since St Stephen’s Day Day as Leicester climbed off the bottom of the ta(...)

Leon Osman is an injury concern for Everton.

Saturday, April 12th Crystal Palace (14) v Aston Villa (13) Palace manager Tony Pulis hopes to have a fully-fit squad to choose from. Dwigh(...)

A crowd of just 16,777 watched today’s match at the Stadium of Light. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire.

Sunderland 1 Southampton 0 Craig Gardner’s stunning goal fired Sunderland into the FA Cup quarter-finals and spared manager Gus Poyet fur(...)

Everton’s Seamas Coleman scores their first goal against Southampton. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Everton 2 Southampton 1: Everton finished 2013 on a high as Seamus Coleman’s third goal in four games and a Romelu Lukaku’s strike helped them to a 2(...)