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City lodge UEFA complaint

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Manchester City have made an official complaint to UEFA alleging their players were subject to racial abuse last night at FC Porto.

Roberto Mancini's side won 2-1 in their Europa League clash, but the win was marred by chants directed at Mario Balotelli and Yaya Toure.

David Beckham has become the latest footballer to back Harry Redknapp for the England job, describing him as a "great man and a great manager."

Elsewhere, Portsmouth has entered administration for the second time in as many years with the club facing £4m debts and a 10 point deduction.

TRANSFER NEWS

Valencia defender Adil Rami has emerged as a summer transfer target for Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea manger Andre Villas-Boas has dismissed rumours Petr Cech and Daniel Sturridge could leave the Stamford Bridge club. (Sports Mole)

And finally, Tottenham scouts were present at the Amsterdam Arena last night - watching Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen closely. (ESPN)

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