Di Matteo lashes out at Twitter 'cowards'

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Roberto di Matteo has branded Twitter users who racially abused John Obi Mikel as ‘cowards’

Chelsea have contacted the Police over the incident while Mikel has since closed his account.

Sir Alex Ferguson has written a letter to be handed out to Manchester United fans ahead of their clash with Liverpool this weekend, imploring them to respect their rivals after revelations over the Hillsborough disaster emerged last week

Brad Friedel has hit out at Fabian Bartez after he claimed new Tottenham signing Hugo Lloris should be the number one goalkeeper at the club.

Roberto Mancini insists he has not had another bust-up with Mario Balotelli after the striker was dropped for Manchester City’s 3-2 defeat against Real Madrid this week

Arsene Wenger has revealed Jack Wilshere feared his career could be over during his 14 month injury nightmare.

And finally Liverpool showed last night they’re capable of high drama on the pitch - and there is likely to be more of the same when the first episode of the fly-on-the-wall documentary, Being:Liverpool airs tonight.

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