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Daily Links: 92 Days to World Cup

We've got Champions League and Championship round-up for you, shake-ups in Charlton and Leeds, plus who does Peter Crouch think should be England's future captain? Find out here in TLR's Daily World Cup countdown.

Laurence Griffiths
Champions League Round-up

No joy for Arsenal as they crashed out following a 1-1 draw in Munich.

Atletico Madrid make light work of 7-times European champions AC Milan, defeating them 4-1.

Race for Premier League

Leicester City is now eight points clear at the summit of Championship, beating Barnsley 3-0.

Reading won at Leeds 4-2 holding on to the final play-offs spot.

QPR lost to Brighton 2-0, leaving them 9 points adrift off the automatic promotion spot.

Changes in Charlton

After three years in Charlton, Chris Powell was sacked, and the team who is currently in bottom place has named Jose Riga as their new manager.

Cellino awaits Fate

Massimo Cellino, Leed United prospective owner will have his takeover reviewed by The Football League on Thursday.

7 Game Ban for Pardew

That's the punishment that The FA has handed to Alan Pardew, the first three game will be stadium ban and the rest will be touchline ban.

Defoe still Hopeful

Jermain Defoe, who is expected to make his MLS debut with Toronto FC, is not giving up on an England spot for this summer's World Cup.

Gerrard backs Sturridge

England and Liverpool skipper, Steven Gerrard believes that Sturridge can be a World Cup star like Suarez and Ronaldo.

Wayne for Captain?

Peter Crouch has voiced his support for Wayne Rooney to be England's captain.

No Speeches

Sepp Blatter said that there won't be any speeches during the opening ceremony of this year's World Cup due to social unrest in Brazil.

Look Out World!

That's the message the England Women's national team would like to send by beating France in the final and retaining the Cyprus Cup.