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Live Reporting

Harry De Cosemo and Deepak Mahay

All times stated are UK

  1. Cheerio

    That's all from us today.

    Thanks for joining us and for all your Valentine's Day football related poems and players that made you fall in love with the beautiful game.

    Here are some bits of content that should keep you ticking over nicely this afternoon.

    Until next time, take care and see you soon.

  2. Get Involved - Your football Valentine's Day poems

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    SMS Message: Coffee is hot, lava is hotter, I can't sleep at night cos I'm in love with Potter. from Fillipo, Brighton fan
    Fillipo, Brighton fan
    Graham Potter
  3. Wycombe owner to meet Derby administrators

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Wycombe owner Rob Couhig flew into the UK over the weekend and has a planned meeting with the Derby administrators.

    I am told speculation Couhig would settle for a compensation payment of less than six-figures is incorrect.

    Clearly negotiation is at play though to get rid of another impediment to Derby getting a Preferred Bidder, which would allow the administrators to start negotiating with the major creditors, including HMRC.

  4. Get Involved - Which player made you fall in love with football?

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    Yan: Eric Cantona. All day long. Especially THAT celebration.

    Eric Cantona
  5. 'United has been a big step' for Sancho

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    Manchester United

    Rangnick on Jadon Sancho: "Jadon, I've known since he was 17 when he still played in England, I contacted him and his agent when he was 17 and tried to convince him to join us at Leipzig, he decided to go to Dortmund and had a great time there; he became one of the best wingers in the league, in Europe.

    "The step to United is a big one, a 21-year-old, a massive step, it takes time. The style fits perfectly with his assets, coming from the left side and I try to show him and give him my support."

  6. 'It is my job to help the players win'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    Manchester United

    Rangnick on whether the players are to blame for the lack of a title challenge since 2013: "Well, I don't know, if you look at the current table and the gap between us, Tottenham, Arsenal, and the top two or three teams there are probably some reasons why they are that far ahead.

    "This is something to talk about in May or June and take the right decisions. I'm not sure if it's about the players, from the last 10 weeks the players are ambitious, work hard, but they don't feel happy after last three games. They want to win and my job is to help them and show a pathway to win games. The other things we need to discuss at the end of the season."

  7. 'Right now, fourth is the target'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Manchester United

    Rangnick on managing expectations at Man Utd: "Right now, this is exactly what Manchester United needs and wants: to finish fourth in the league. This is the highest possible achievement we can get. In the league, it's number four, that's what we have to achieve and what we're aiming at.

    "After being here 11 weeks, I know what it takes for next season but it's not the time now to discuss this with everyone. My full focus is tomorrow, Sunday, Wednesday and the next couple of weeks. My full focus is on the current squad, getting the best out of this season and then it's time to speak about the next steps for the next couple of years."

  8. 'It is obvious the ideas are getting across'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Manchester United

    Rangnick on his side's mentality: "The situation is pretty clear, in 11 of 13 games we score the first goal, 1-0 up and we didn't win all of them. In the last three games, it was very sad we didn't win those games, it cost us four points in the league and next round in the FA Cup. I think it's pretty obvious the players are getting ideas across... the players understand why we are doing a good job and now it's about doing that sustainably for the entire game and this is exactly the next step we have to take.

    "The first halves have been really good, we didn't concede a single goal, the next step is to raise our level and stay focused, physically, mentally, tactically. We gave away those goals away too easily; it was just too easy and it was our own mistake we made to let the other team score."

  9. Early Man Utd team news - Fred and Telles in, Cavani and Matic miss out

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Manchester United

    Rangnick on the availability in his squad for tomorrow's game: "Fred will be available again and will also be part of the group for tomorrow, Edinson [Cavani] is still out, the same with Nema [Nemanja Matic]. Alex [Telles] is back again in the squad, he was already part of the group for the Southampton game and he will also be available."

  10. Rangnick on the way...

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15GMT)

    And speaking of Ralf Rangnick, we'll be hearing from the Manchester United boss next.

    Ralf Rangnick
  11. What's Ralf got to say?

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    It has been another difficult weekend for Manchester United and Ralf Rangnick.

    United's home draw with Southampton has only been slightly less disappointing by the failure of both Tottenham and West Ham to win yesterday.

    However, a place in the top four is still uncertain and there are daily reports of players being unhappy with the German and his coaching team.

    Old Trafford doesn't look a happy place at the moment.

    Rangnick will doubtless get asked about it shortly when he speaks to the media ahead of tomorrow's game against Brighton.

  12. 'I'm an admirer from afar of Rangnick'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Finally Seagulls boss Graham Potter had words of respect for his opposite number on Tuesday:

    "I have huge respect for Ralf Rangnick.

    "He's an experienced football person and I'm an admirer from afar.

    "I look forward to meeting him."

  13. 'We're really pleased with Moder'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Potter on midfielder Jakub Moder: "We're really pleased with Jakub. You see the quality he has every day.

    "Scoring is actually quite random! You need a bit of luck but the fact he's getting those chances is really encouraging."

    Jakub Moder and Graham Potter
  14. Get Involved - Your Valentine's Day football poems

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    SMS Message: We beat Arsenal, we should of scored two. We even beat Leicester and beat Derby too. I may be deluded and crazy it's true. So come on you reds, let's finish top two. from Anon
    Anon
  15. 'The squad's in a good place'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Potter with some Brighton team news and he provided updates on Enock Mwepu and Jeremy Sarmiento:

    "We'll be as we were against Watford.

    "Enock's not far away, back end of the week hopefully, and Jeremy's getting close too. The squad's in a good place."

  16. 'I'm very fortunate and appreciative to reach 100 games'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Graham Potter

    Graham Potter on the group of players he has at Brighton:

    "It's difficult to predict our future but we have a really good group.

    "They're a joy to work with. They're enjoying their football together and when you've got that, you've got a chance.

    On reaching 100 games:

    "My 100th game will be a nice landmark, a proud landmark. It's not an easy one to get.

    "To get the opportunity to have 100 games, I'm very fortunate and appreciative."

  17. Get Involved - Your football Valentine's Day poems

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    Mark Ballard: Roses are red, the reds are ace, Stop pretending it's not a title race.

    Thala: We are second in the table and chasing the Blues, We are not worried, Klopp has all the clues.

  18. 'The crowd is so powerful at Old Trafford'

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Here is Brighton boss Graham Potter on his side's chances against Manchester United:

    "We have to make sure we respect our opponent, which we always do.

    "Regardless of the narrative around United, you only need to look at the players they have and Old Trafford. The crowd is so powerful there."

  19. Potter incoming...

    Man Utd v Brighton (Tues, 20:15 GMT)

    Graham Potter

    The Brighton boss has been speaking ahead of his side's trip to Old Trafford tomorrow. Updates coming shortly.

  20. New BBC Sounds Podcast - Home Turf

    BBC Sounds

    Home Turf

    Time to point you in the direction of a new podcast.

    It is called Home Turf – each week Ellis Platten takes you on a journey of discovery, joining Premier League fans across the country to find out what match day is like on their home turf.

    The opening episode is from Goodison Park, and is available here.