Sporting and broadcasting worlds pay tribute after the sudden death of much-respected commentator David Oates.
Manchester City draw 2-2 with Liverpool and are now nine points behind Premier League leaders Manchester United.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke is "disgusted" by Goran Popov, who was sent off for spitting in the defeat by Tottenham.
Nigeria progress to the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations with victory over favourites Ivory Coast.
Dundee will host rivals Dundee United as Celtic are drawn to face St Mirren in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Gary Deegan's stunning strike and Ben Williams' penalty save take Hibernian past Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup.
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas expects to be without England striker Jermain Defoe for around three weeks.
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne's life is in danger after he started drinking again, according to his agent.
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson goes head to head with former England rugby union star Lawrence Dallaglio
Tottenham move to within a point of third-placed Chelsea as Gareth Bale scores the only goal at West Brom.
Celtic overcome some stodgy Raith Rovers defending to book a place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Paul Gascoigne scores a brilliant goal at Wembley in England's 2-0 victory over Scotland at Euro 1996.
The Dalai Lama sends a message of support to Bradford City ahead of the League Two club's League Cup final later this month.
League One side Notts County sack manager Keith Curle after less than a year in charge at Meadow Lane.
Oldham Athletic confirm the departure of manager Paul Dickov, who has left his role following a poor run in League One.
Coach Gordon Igesund says South Africa made "huge strides" in the Africa Cup of Nations despite the quarter-final exit against Mali.
QPR owner Tony Fernandes says he will continue to back the club financially even if he steps down as chairman.
New signing Fraizer Campbell's match-winning goal at Leeds United delights Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay.
Manager Michael Laudrup is not too downhearted despite West Ham ending Swansea City's seven-match unbeaten Premier League run.
Manager Terry Butcher is worried Inverness duo Andrew Shinnie and Richie Foran could both be out for a "few weeks".