Tottenham Hotspur suffered a 2-1 defeat to Borussia Dortmund on Thursday night, but did anyone impress for the home side at White Hart Lane.
Leeds are deciding not to pursue further additions on loan, but January was surely a missed opportunity.
Liverpool progressed to the Europa League quarter-finals at the expense of Manchester United.
Ronny Deila suggests that he will be at Celtic next season.
Aston Villa are due to meet Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium at the weekend.
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Former Tottenham boss David Pleat has given his thoughts on his side's performance against Borussia Dortmund.
David Cameron has secured support from all other EU leaders for looser VAT rules that will allow the UK to cancel the tax on women’s sanitary products, British officials have said.
George Osborne risks parliamentary defeat over plans to cut £1.3bn from disability benefits as criticism of the scheme spread across Conservative backbenches.
Deutsche Bank, the firm that has paid more than $9bn in fines and settlements since the financial crisis, expects to resolve the largest of its legal cases in coming months, co-CEO John Cryan said.
Credit Suisse has been dragged into a second criminal complaint brought by two Russian clients who claim that a former manager in the bank’s wealth management unit made unauthorized transactions to cover up trading losses.
The chairman of Rolls-Royce has insisted the engineering group will not be broken up despite appointing the chief operating officer of ValueAct, the activist US investor, to its board.