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  1. Manchester City fined £35,000 after breach of FA anti-doping rules
  2. Mark Clattenburg leaves Premier League for Saudi Arabia
  3. Arsene Wenger's future to be decided at end of season
  4. Man Utd and Spurs play in Europa League
  5. Tell us your tales of being a mascot
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By Libby Dawes and Stephan Shemilt

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    Have a great evening all... 

    Thanks for your tales and pictures of when you were mascots. 

    You won't have myself and Stephan tomorrow but we will be back again soon...


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    Well this is awkward...  a bit of a rubbish end to what has been a great day on Sportsday.

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    FA Cup fifth round: Burnley v Lincoln City (Sat, 12:30 GMT)

    Danny Cowley

    Half of Lincoln managerial team Danny Cowley spoke to the media earlier... 

    "It's a tough test for us, they are an outstanding team at home and it will be a monumental task for us to get a win.

    "It's a one in one hundred chance of winning because we have to match them technically and tactically.

    "But we have to go there believing we can and will be that one game in one hundred."

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    FA Cup fifth round: Burnley v Lincoln City (Sat, 12:30 GMT)

    Jonathan Pearce

    BBC MOTD commentator

    Can Lincoln become the first non-league club to reach the last eight of the FA Cup since QPR in 1914?

    I witnessed at first hand the ambition, drive, determination and organisation of the Imps when  they beat Ipswich  in the third round.

    The Cowley brothers look a fine management team in the making. Their team will work until they drop.

    But Burnley have lost just three of their last 29 home games; Sean Dyche should be a candidate for manager of the year, and if he picks his strongest available team, they should have too much - but it'll be tight.

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    The shorts... Oh the shorts.

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    It seems there has been something in the South American air as there was more "fisticuffs" during an Argentina Cup match between Central Norte and Talleres de Perico.

    A steward appears to spit in the face of a player before being chased and then tackled by his team-mates...

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    Video caption: Argentinian steward kicks player after cup match
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    You know earlier we brought you the video of the traing ground bust-up between two Boca Juniors players... (See from 12:00 GMT)

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    How are you feeling Oxford United / Middlesbrough fans?


  11. Not just a big day out...


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    Video caption: FA Cup: Oxford United focused on causing Middlesbrough upset

    Oxford United are focused on having more than just "a big day out" when they face Premier League Middlesbrough in the FA Cup fifth round.

    League One Oxford have already knocked out Championship clubs  Rotherham  and  Newcastle  on their way to a first last-16 tie since 1994.

    "The prize is massive to try and get through the tie," manager Michael Appleton told BBC South Today.

    "If we don't go there and perform, we know Middlesbrough can turn us over."

    More than 3,200 Oxford fans will travel to Teesside as the Yellows bid to reach the quarter-final stage for the first time since 1964.

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  13. Inverness sign former Motherwell defender

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle have signed former Motherwell defender Louis Laing until the end of the season.

    Laing, 23, was a free agent and had other offers after leaving Well, who had loaned him to Notts County earlier this season.

    He previously played for Sunderland, Wycombe and Nottingham Forest.

    Meanwhile, Inverness boss Richie Foran has confirmed defender Kevin McNaughton is close to returning from long-term injury.

  14. Mascot tales

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    SMS Message: My daughter Caitlin was the toffee girl at Goodison vs Spurs a few years back. She got to take a penalty at the Glwadys Street End (my dream) at the end of her run up she missed the ball and fell over (much to the delight for the packed stand!) She then had another go only for the ball to stop on the line. Instead of running up and smashing it in the net as I would she ran up and picked it up and run away! from Gary
  15. Blackburn's Akpran charged

    The Football Association have charged Blackburn midfielder Hope Akpan with violent conduct after he was sent off for pushing a referee.

    Akpan, 25, had a goal disallowed for handball in Tuesday's loss at Sheffield Wednesday, before being shown a red card by Scott Duncan for his protests.

    Blackburn have also been charged with failing to ensure players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion.

    Akpan and Rovers have until 20 and 21 February respectively to respond.

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    That's quite a coat, isn't it?

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