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By Steve Sutcliffe

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  1. Goodbye

    Erik Lamela

    Right that's me done.

    But before I head off into the Salford sunshine here are some bits to be getting on with:

    Thanks for joining me this morning. See you all soon.

  2. Watch: Lo Celso punishes Boro error

    Tottenham 2-1 Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough goalkeeper Tomas Mejias gifts Tottenham an early goal.

    Giovani lo Celso couldn't pass that one up could he.

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    Video caption: Lo Celso punishes Boro goalkeeper error
  3. Watch: Pierre's snorter sends Shrews through

    Shrewsbury Town 1-0 Bristol City

    Will the Shrewsbury centre-half Aaron Pierre ever score another goal quite like this?

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    Video caption: Shrewsbury Town (Pierre) 1-0 Bristol City
  4. 'Take care bro Chelsea next'

    I see that Allan Saint-Maximin's moves have caught the attention of his Newcastle teammate Federico Fernandez.

    Nice.

    View more on twitter
  5. Listen: That Peter Crouch Podcast

    That Peter Crouch Podcast

    Shameless plus I know but if you haven't listen to latest instalment of That Peter Crouch Podcast you really don't know what you are missing.

    It dives into the murky infinity pool that is footballers and their holidays and the boys make a remarkable discovery about Crouchy’s linguistic skills before uncovering unsettling rumours about David Moyes, Neil Diamond and Louis Saha’s penchant for mixed doubles.

  6. 'Thank you football'

    Eniola Aluko

    It's not easy hanging up your boots but former Chelsea and Juventus striker Eniola Aluko, who won more than 100 England caps, has done just that.

    Aluko, 32, left Juventus in December after nearly 18 months with the Serie A champions and had been tipped to return to the Women's Super League.

    She was also part of the Great Britain team at the London 2012 Olympics.

    "Thank you football for everything you've given and taught me," said Aluko on Twitter."Thanks for the full circle moments and crazy unexpected journey."

    Aluko is England's joint-10th most capped international, scoring 33 goals in 102 senior appearances.

    You can read the full story here.

  7. Post update

    One of the best moments from Tuesday's FA Cup replays.

    Just look at all that love for Joelinton

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    Video caption: Joelinton adds a fourth for Newcastle, ending a 20-game goal drought
  8. FA Cup fourth round

    There's still a few FA Cup replays to be sorted out but here's how the fourth-round is shaping up:

    • Watford or Tranmere Rovers v Wolverhampton Wanderers or Manchester United
    • Hull City v Chelsea
    • Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur
    • Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday
    • Bournemouth v Arsenal
    • Northampton Town v Derby County
    • Brentford v Leicester City
    • Millwall v Sheffield United
    • Reading v Cardiff City or Carlisle United
    • West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion
    • Burnley v Norwich City
    • Coventry City v Birmingham City
    • Manchester City v Fulham
    • Newcastle United v Oxford United
    • Portsmouth v Barnsley
    • Shrewsbury Town v Liverpool
  9. Post update

    Interesting story from Germany

    Sport Bild reckon that Jurgen Klinsmann no longer has a valid coaching licence, which means he may not be allowed to sit on the bench for Hertha Berlin's Bundesliga game with Bayern Munich this weekend.

    Bild
  10. Post update

    I scored 10/10 in that quiz. I thought I'd end up with a 1-1 draw!

  11. Man Utd v Wolves quiz: Which players come out on top?

    Man Utd v Wolves (19:45 GMT)

    Andreas Pereira

    Premier League rivals Manchester United and Wolves face each other in an FA Cup third-round replay at Old Trafford this evening.

    The two sides are becoming familiar foes - with this the second of three meetings in the space of four weeks.

    But while the teams may know all about each other, what do you know about them?

    Test your knowledge with our quiz here.

  12. Fernandes in, Eriksen out?

    Christian Eriksen

    So, Gedson Fernandes is in the building but what does that mean for Christian Eriksen?

    Well, I'd have thought his move away from Tottenham may not be that far off.

    Various reports have suggested that the Denmark midfielder has already agreed terms with Inter Milan, so just the small matter of the Italian club agreeing a fee with Daniel Levy then.

    Easier said than done mind.

  13. Post update

    Never mind Gedson Fernandes joining Tottenham. I want to know who thought it was a good idea to paint the boot room white?

    That said I can't even see a single speck of mud in there. Everything looks brand spanking new.

    Gedson Fernandes
  14. 'All young players want to work with him'

    Gedson Fernandes

    More from new Tottenham signing Gedson Fernandes who cites Cristiano Ronaldo as his inspiration:

    "I know the squad because I watch some of the games, I know Moussa Sissoko, I know a little bit about Eric Dier because he played in Portugal and I know the coach [Jose Mourinho].

    "All young players want to work with him because he's one of the best. I have no words to say about the stadium because it is fantastic, I have never been or seen anything like this, It is unbelievable."

  15. 'It’s one big dream to come to this big club'

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Gedson Fernandes

    As you'd expect, given that this deal has been brewing for a few days Gedson Fernandes has already had a chat with Tottenham's media team...

    "I'm happy today, it's one big dream to come to this big club." he says.

    "I will try to give my best for the club every day, every training, every game for this shirt. My family came to London because working in Portugal is very hard. It's very difficult to find the work and they have a good life. It is one more motivation for me to stay here and for the rest of my life.

    "Everyone wants to play in the Premier League, It's one more motivation because everyone wants to play in this league."

  16. Post update

    Still that would be a fairly hefty chunk of cash for a player who hasn't yet played 60 senior games.

    The modern market eh.

    Anyway you can read all about Gedson Fernandes deal in our story which is being constructed here.

  17. Post update

    If all goes well for Gedson Fernandes at Tottenham the move could well become permanent for a reported £56m fee.

    The 21-year-old becomes the club's first signing of the Jose Mourinho era and probably fits the bill given that Moussa Sissoko is out injured at the moment.