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Sky Sports Today - 13th January

  • BALL GAMES [manchestercity]
    Dzeko and Negredo - scoring for fun again...

    1/13/2014 2:40:16 PM
  • [bn]NASRI INJURY
    Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri confirms he will be out for up to eight weeks with injury. There were earlier fears he could miss the whole season and the World Cup too...

    1/13/2014 2:47:29 PM
  • [tottenham]TOWNSEND RETURNS
    Andros Townsend is raring to go as he prepares for his comeback from injury in Spurs' U21 game against Newcastle tonight...

    1/13/2014 2:52:47 PM
  • [manchestercity]NASRI INJURY
    Samir Nasri's absence through injury is clearly a blow for Manchester City. His team-mate Pablo Zabaleta believes the title challengers need him back ASAP if they are continue their push for silverware this season...
    1/13/2014 2:57:21 PM
  • BACK WITH A BANG [darts]
    The first nine weeks of 2014 Premier League Darts fixtures have been confirmed, with the opening night in Liverpool on February 6 featuring a rematch of last year's final between Phil Taylor and Michael van Gerwen. As usual, we'll have it all exclusively live on Sky Sports.
    1/13/2014 3:00:52 PM
  • [manchestercity]NASRI INJURY
    Samir Nasri will be out injured for up to eight weeks. Here are the games he would miss if he serves that period of time on the sidelines...
    Games Nasri could miss through injury 

    1/13/2014 3:08:19 PM
  • I NEVER WANT TO LEAVE [chelsea]
    Meanwhile, over at City's title rivals..... Jose Mourinho hopes he finishes his management career at Chelsea, claiming he does not want to go anywhere else.
    1/13/2014 3:17:23 PM
  • [rugbyleague]SALFORD OWNER ON WARPATH
    Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash has expressed his disappointment at a lack of response from fans to match his ambition. He has also slammed the RFL over how they run the game. Have a watch...
    1/13/2014 3:22:17 PM
  • TIME TO GO ANDY [tennis]
    All eyes will be on Andy Murray on Tuesday when he gets his bid for Australian Open glory underway against Go Soeda.
    1/13/2014 3:33:09 PM
  • [football]BALLON D'OR
    Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic casts his vote for the Ballon D'Or...

    1/13/2014 3:42:34 PM
  • WHAT'S MY NAME? [cricket]
    England cricketer Chris Jordan was born in Barbados before moving to the UK as a teenager. So which very famous singer did he share a classroom with?
    1/13/2014 3:45:14 PM
  • TOO TIMID [davidlloyd]
    England's meek powerplay tactics are proving self-defeating, says David Lloyd in his latest column. Their inability to take advantage of the fielding restrictions in the first 10 overs and also the second powerplay was certainly a big contributory factor in the tame defeat in the first ODI against Australia.
    Joe Root: Got bogged when acceleration was needed 


    1/13/2014 3:53:02 PM
  • DEFOE UNVEILED
    Jermain Defoe is being officially unveiled as a Toronto FC player at the moment, having rocked up in this London bus. We'll bring you all the best bits here...
    [twitter]
    1/13/2014 4:10:30 PM
  • DEFOE'S DELIGHT [football]
    Jermain Defoe is speaking in Toronto in front of a crowd of whooping fans. Here's what he's had to say:
    To leave your hometown, to leave the club you've spent nine years at and to get such a great reception, I feel at home already. I've always said at some point in my career I'd like to play in the MLS. I still feel sharp and strong, I'm here not for the wrong reasons but to give something, to win trophies and to do my best for the team. I'm delighted to be here and go on this fantastic journey. I'll give it 100 per cent.

    1/13/2014 4:16:02 PM
  • PARDEW WARNED [bn]
    Alan Pardew apologised to Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini for a rather rude touchline rant on Sunday and now the Newcastle manager has been "reminded of his responsibilities" by the Football Association. He's escaped any disciplinary action, though.
    1/13/2014 4:19:25 PM
  • [formula-one] BUTTON MOURNS FATHER
    Some sad news from the F1 camp: Jenson Button's father has died at the aged of 70 from a suspected heart attack. John Button, who had been a force behind his son's career which includes winning the 2009 world championship, was found dead at his home on the French Riviera on Sunday.
    1/13/2014 4:28:13 PM
  • BUTTON BEREAVEMENT [formula-one]
    Tributes from the world of Formula One have been swift following news of John Button's passing.

    1/13/2014 4:30:01 PM
  • DEFOE ON ENGLAND [football]
    Defoe has just been asked by a local reporter as to whether or not he thinks this move could hinder his chances of going to the World Cup with England.
    I did think about my chances of going to the World Cup [being affected], it did cross my mind but I think the MLS is going to be fantastic for me and it's important to be playing. Getting into any World Cup or European Championship squad is based on merit; you've got to be playing well and be fit. I'm just focused on playing football and hopefully I'll be on the plane. I'd like to think that the England manager knows what I can do, and, if selected, I'll be ready.

    1/13/2014 4:38:13 PM
  • IMMINENT NORWICH ARRIVAL [norwich]
    Norwich have teased us with this tweet. Is Newcastle's Jonas Gutierrez about to be confirmed as a Canary?

    1/13/2014 4:40:45 PM
  • GUTIERREZ JOINS CANARIES [norwich]
    Chris Hughton admitted his interest in Gutierrez this afternoon - a player he knows well from his time at Newcastle - but said there was "nothing new to report". And now look at this! Those pesky managers...

    1/13/2014 4:46:22 PM
  • Ballon d'Or build-up, Jose's Chelsea future and Defoe's MLS switch - if you're clocking off for the day, here are your Hometime Headlines, handily packaged into a couple of minutes.

    1/13/2014 4:59:03 PM
  • THAT'S A WRAP
    The Sky Sports Today blog is shuffling into its slippers and sinking into a comfy chair for the night but worry not, we'll be back with a dedicated football blog devoted to tonight's Ballon d'Or ceremony and a cracking Monday Night Football meeting between beleaguered Aston Villa and an Arsenal side aiming to reclaim top spot. Our coverage from Villa Park starts from 7pm on Sky Sports 1. See you soon.
    1/13/2014 5:03:38 PM
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