Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

LondonCalling; Keep Up with the Latest News on All Your Favourite Football Clubs. Every Day

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

LondonCalling; Keep Up with the Latest News on All Your Favourite Football Clubs. Every Day

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Reading 0 ARSENAL 4 ARSENE WENGER has been keeping tabs on young Brentford goalkeeper Clark Masters. Scouts watched him produce an inspired show in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Northampton last week.

STAR MAN: THIERRY HENRY

Darlington 2 BARNET 0 PAUL WARHURST said: ''I've just turned 37 and still have that hunger to play. I'm looking to start my coaching badges and want to go into management when I have finished.'' STAR MAN: ROSS FLITNEY

BRENTFORD 2 Gillingham 2 MANAGER Leroy Rosenio said: ''We're trying to build a club here and we need to encourage young players to come in and develop.

That's my job description and I'm delighted.'' STAR MAN: JOHN MOUSINHO

CHARLTON 0 Watford 0 ALAN CURBISHLEY will be able to return to football in nine days' time, when a private agreement with his former club preventing him from returning to management expires.

STAR MAN: AMADY FAYE

CHELSEA 2 Portsmouth 1 INTER MILAN are reportedly keen on tempting Jose Mourinho away from Chelsea. The Serie A club are on the verge of sacking current manager Roberto Mancini after a run of poor results.

STAR MAN: ARJEN ROBBEN

Leicester 1 CRYSTAL PALACE 1 LEON CORT backed Peter Taylor after a battling point: ''We have a lot of respect for Peter and we are all 100 per cent behind him. We know we can get promotion under this manager.'' STAR MAN: MATT LAWRENCE

Aston Villa 1 FULHAM 1

ZAT KNIGHT is in the form of his life, says manager Chris Coleman.

He said: ''It's the best I've seen him. Zat's making good early decisions and leading at the minute.'' STAR MAN: MORITZ VOLZ

Brentford 2 GILLINGHAM 2 RONNIE JEPSON told his players not to be dejected after they failed to beat 10-man Brentford. He said: ''Sometimes you've got to give credit to the opposition; they defended for their lives.'' STAR MAN: MICHAEL FLYNN

LEYTON ORIENT 2 Cheltenham 0 A RELIEVED Matt Lockwood said: ''The gaffer spelt out how important this was. In the second half, after the penalty had gone in, the game was a joy to play in. …

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