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Laura Savvas

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  1. Toby or not Toby? ...It wasn't Toby

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Right then #Tobywatch fans (and football ones too, of course).

    The time has come for me to log off, walk out of BBC Sport HQ and go home for the evening *plays violins*

    Will we be faced with day 3 of #Tobywatch tomorrow? Who knows.

    Because I'm just as desperate as you all are to find out the news, I'll be keeping a close eye on the texts on 81111 throughout the evening.

    Thanks for your brilliant responses today and for getting involved. I'm sorry to leave you hanging.

    See you soon, and have a great evening!

    P.S. Toby, if you're reading this, and I'm sure you are, please give us an update before the end of the season. Ta.

    Ole Gunnar Soslkjaer
  2. Get Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Rory: Let's have some appreciation on how @LauraSavvas has embraced the rise and fall of #Toby. #bbcfootball #TobyWatch

    It's been real, Rory.

    SMS Message: Having followed Toby since the start, I can't handle anymore cliffhangers!! Come on Toby, put us out of our misery! from Jamie in Bournemouth
    Jamie in Bournemouth
  3. Get your gossip fix

    A reminder of today's top gossip stories:

    Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be appointed on a permanent basis by the club on half of the £15m salary of predecessor Jose Mourinho, according to the Daily Mirror.

    Sky Sports are reporting that former Chelsea, Leicester and Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri is favourite to take over at one of his former clubs, Roma, after the Serie A side sacked manager Eusebio di Francesco.

    And claim that former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is set to return to Real Madrid until the end of the season.

    Catch up on some gossip here.

    Jose Mourinho
  4. Alexander-Arnold on title race and 'becoming a legend'

    Liverpool v Burnley (Sun, 12:00 GMT)


    Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold says there is "no nervous tension" from his team in the Premier League title race, just an "eagerness" to succeed.

    The 20-year-old sat down with Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker to talk about his dreams of becoming a Liverpool legend and lifting the World Cup with England.

    Read the full interview here.

    Trent Alexander-Arnold
  5. Get Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: There's going Toby riots if he doesn't come through today... from Danny, Manchester
    Danny, Manchester
  6. BreakingFifa denies request to freeze punishment during appeal process


    Chelsea have been denied a request to freeze a transfer ban while they appeal against the punishment handed out by Fifa.

    The Blues have been banned from registering new players until January 2020 for allegedly breaking rules over the signing of foreign under-18 players.

    Chelsea deny any wrongdoing.

    But Fifa says it has denied provisional measures which would see the transfer ban frozen during the appeal process.

  7. Post update

    A snippet of breaking news before I leave you all...

  8. Get Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: Toby has clearly made a mockery of us all and just used these transfer rumours as a way to get a new bumper contract offered to him from his current work. from Ben, Cardiff
    Ben, Cardiff

    Rory: I really expect this to be a hot topic on @bbc606. #bbcfootball#TobyWatch

  9. Get Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Help us Gary, we're desperate!!!

    Lineker tweet
  10. Get Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Phillippa: Loving all the #Tobywatch updates on #bbcfootball today!

  11. Jorginho praises 'amazing' mother on International Women's Day


    Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has praised the influence of his "amazing" mother on his career.

    Speaking on International Women's Day, the Italy international said it was his mother rather than father who drove his love of football as a child.

    A video of Maria Freitas breaking down in tears of joy after seeing shirts bearing her son's name in the Chelsea club shop went viral in August.

    "There are no words to describe her," he said.

    Read the full interview here.

  12. Guardiola wins Manager of the Month

    Manchester City

    Manchester Ciity boss Pep Guardiola has been named manager of the month after his side won all four league matches.

    View more on twitter
  13. Get Involved - #TobyWatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Paul Cunningham: As a fan of Toby since the very beginning (yesterday) I’m very disappointed in his new diva status #bbcfootball

    Ant: Apparently Toby handed his resignation in to his boss, his boss got a message through his earpiece and had to consult VAR Should hear back in about 24 hours....#tobywatch rules

    Vinay Kumar: Toby was last seen going towards Himalayas in search of true peace.#Tobywatch#bbcfootball

    James Collins: Just seen a guy with a sign saying 'Toby' at Madrid airport arrivals. Could be taking Solaris job?#bbcfootball

  14. 'Can we add chicken?'

    Michelin starred chef Tom Kerridge teaches Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa how to make a healthy pre-match meal.

    Video content

    Video caption: Chef Tom Kerridge teaches Adebayo Akinfenwa how to make a vegetarian pre-match meal
  15. Chelsea team news

    Chelsea v Wolves (Sun, 14:05 GMT)


    Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante are likely to return on Sunday after manager Maurizio Sarri rotated his squad in the Europa League.

    Sarri has no apparent injury concerns, with defender Antonio Rudiger and striker Gonzalo Higuain also expected to be recalled following Thursday's 3-0 victory over Dynamo Kiev.

    Thursday's goalscorer Pedro could retain his starting spot on Sunday, but fellow winger Callum Hudson-Odoi may have to settle with a place on the substitutes' bench.

    Eden Hazard
  16. Get Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: Boooooo! Until we get confirmation, the legions of fans will go home distraught this weekend. I won't trust anyone ever again. #Tobywatch from Jamie, Stoke
    Jamie, Stoke
    SMS Message: I can confirm that I will be taking Toby to the airport after having a chat with him a short while ago, so many choices but knowing Toby as I do he will make correct choice. from Paul Dewing, Man Utd fan
    Paul Dewing, Man Utd fan
  17. Liverpool team news

    Liverpool v Burnley (Sun, 12:00 GMT)


    Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren could return to the squad on Sunday ahead of their match against Burnley after a two-month absence with a hamstring injury.

    Midfielder James Milner had been hampered by a muscle problem but is expected to be fit.

    Defender Joe Gomez, out since December with a fractured leg, is likely to return after the international break.

    Midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, sidelined since April by a serious knee injury, makes his playing comeback for the under-23s at Derby on Friday.

    Dejan Lovren
  18. Patricio back in goal for Wolves

    Chelsea v Wolves (Sun, 14:05 GMT)


    Rui Patricio will return for Wolves at Chelsea, manager Nuno Espirito Santo has confirmed.

    The goalkeeper was replaced by John Ruddy in Saturday's 2-0 win over Cardiff to give Ruddy game time before next week's FA Cup quarter-final with Manchester United.

    But the Portugal international will be in goal at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

    "It was very clear. The decision was made and I was very clear in my intention," the Wolves boss confirmed.

    "I was pleased because John performed very well. John was very confident and he was very stable, which is what we were looking for.

    "Now we play Chelsea, we focus on this game."

    Rui Patricio
  19. Uefa backs Utd VAR penalty decision

    Uefa has backed the video assistant referee system's decision to award Manchester United an injury-time penalty that knocked Paris St-Germain out of the Champions League.

    Diogo Dalot's shot hit Presnel Kimpembe's arm but was only deemed a spot-kick after the VAR intervention.

    Injured PSG forward Neymar called the decision a "disgrace".

    But Uefa said the distance the ball covered was "not short" and Kimpembe's arm was "not close" to his body.

    Full story here.

    Presnel Kimpembe
  20. BreakingGet Involved - #Tobywatch

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Now then. He's arrived. Not via video link or press conference style, but alas via a text.

    SMS Message: Currently booking flights looking at my potential interviews in Rome, Italy, Russia. Turns out Man United job might have been filled... Will be a busy weekend with all the flying and press after me. Rumours are that my workmates are planning a party to celebrate me leaving.... Toby or not Toby? Oh and the lunch was amazing I'm stuffed like my current situation. Was that my last meal? Who knows... from Toby Briggs, a Chelsea fan from Cambridge
    Toby Briggs, a Chelsea fan from Cambridge