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Moses determined to help Liverpool to the title
On-loan winger Victor Moses has said that he is determined to help Liverpool win the Premier League title and end his loan spell on a high, Sky Sports reports. The 23-year-old is on a season-long loan from title rivals Chelsea and despite ...
Bayern Munich midfielder Kroos puts Arsenal and Man United on alert
Arsenal and Man United target Toni Kroos has seemingly opened the door for a move to the Premier League after refusing to rule out the possibility of leaving Bayern Munich, reports The Daily Mail. The 24-year-old German international, has ...
Cole "disappointed" with Moyes' sacking, but backs van Gaal or Ancelotti for the role
Former Man United striker Andrew Cole has labelled his former employers’ dismissal of manager David Moyes as “disappointing”, reports Sky Sports. Cole was particularly unhappy with the fact that the news broke in the press before it ...
Schwarzer happy to fill void left by Cech
Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has said that he is happy and ready to replace the injured first-choice keeper Petr Cech, according to Sky Sports. The Australian came on 18 minutes into his side’s Champions League semi-final first-leg ...
Aston Villa midfielder Sylla wants to return to France
Aston Villa midfielder Yacouba Sylla wants to return to his native France on a season-long loan following the conclusion of the current campaign, according to Sky Sports. Sylla has not been able to make as much of an impact as he would hav...
Martinez cautious over Jagielka injury
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has said that he will not rush defender Phil Jagielka back from injury to cover for the loss of Sylvain Distin, Sky Sports reports. Jagielka has been out with a hamstring injury since the end of February an...
Mertesacker backs Ozil for better second season at Arsenal
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker has backed fellow German international Mesut Ozil for success at the Gunners, as long as the former Real Madrid man is able to establish more consistency next season, write Sky Sports. Arsenal’s record si...
Chelsea duo insist the team must focus
Chelsea midfield duo Willian and Ramires have insisted that the team must take it one game at a time as the season reaches its final climax, Sky Sports reports. The two Brazilians were involved in Tuesday’s 0-0 draw at Atletico Madrid in...
Scholes returns to Man United to help out Giggs
Man United legend Paul Scholes has returned to the club to help out following the sacking of David Moyes, reports BBC Sport. Scholes retired at the end of last season, departing alongside Sir Alex Ferguson, and the former England internati...
Rodgers: Owners are happy
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has claimed that the club’s owners are happy with the direction that the club is heading in, according to Sky Sports. After finishing in seventh place last season Liverpool have made a bid for the Premie...
Sagbo fined in relation to Quenelle gesture
Hull City striker Yannick Sagbo has been fined by the FA after he was found guilty of a charge relating to the now infamous Nicolas Analka quenelle gesture, BBC Sport is reporting. The 26-year-old had previously issued a message of suppor...
Everton plan to keep Traore
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has said he would like to keep on loan striker Lucina Traore at the club beyond the end of his current loan spell, Sky Sports has reported. The imposing striker, who stands at six foot eight inches, signed ...
Mourinho hints at weakened side to face Liverpool
Jose Mourinho may well ask Chelsea owner Roman Abromovich if he can field a weaker team against Liverpool and concede the Premier League title race, the Telegraph is reporting. center> The Chelsea boss is thought to be angry at the fixture ...
Liverpool plan summer signings
Liverpool Managing Director Ian Ayre believes that the club will be capable of competing in the transfer market for top players this summer in what could potentially be a busy summer at Anfield, Sky Sports reports. After the club finished ...
Moyes frustrated at Man Utd sacking
Sacked Manchester United boss David Moyes believes that he should have been given more time to rebuild the club’s squad, according to Sky Sports . Sky Sports News sources understand that while Moyes accepts his sacking was down to poor r...
Bayern boss Guardiola plays down suggestions he will place Moyes at Man Utd
Pep Guardiola has played down suggestions that he could be set to replace David Moyes as Man United manager, reports The Telegraph. Moyes was sacked on Tuesday morning after less than a year of a six-year contract, with Ryan Giggs taking c...
Wickham believes good performances will boost Sunderland's survival bid
Connor Wickham believes Sunderland’s impressive performances at Man City and Chelsea will give the club the belief that they can beat the drop this season, according to Sky Sports. Wickkham scored both goals at the Etihad which looked to...
McCartney hopes Allardyce will offer him a new deal at West Ham
West Ham defender George McCartney is hoping to sign a new contract at Upton Park, reports Sky Sports. The former Sunderland defender sees his current deal expire in the summer, and with talks yet to take place the 32-year-old is hoping to...
Wenger believes Diaby could play part in Arsenal's season run-in
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Abou Diaby could still have a part to play in the Gunners’ season run-in, according to Arsenal.com. The 27-year-old, who has won 16 caps for his native France, could be set to feature for the Arsena...
Atletico Madrid vs Chelsea - Champions League preview and team news
Chelsea begin their bid to reach a third Champions League final on Tuesday as they travel to Atletico Madrid, a club which is quickly becoming one of the major powers of the European game. Demba Ba grabbed the winner as the Blues made it i...
Mourinho backs Torres ahead of Atletico Madrid clash
Chelsea Jose Mourinho has backed striker Fernando Torres to show his best form when he takes on former club Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, Sky Sports has reported. The two sides meet at the Vicente Calderon in the first leg of their Champions...
Man City boss Pellegrini pleased after win
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini declared himself happy with his side’s performance as they comfortably beat West Bromwich Albion 3-1 on Monday evening, Sky Sports has reported. The title hopefuls were 2-0 up inside 10 minutes t...
Newcastle striker Cisse facing months out
Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse is set for several months on the sidelines after suffering a broken kneecap in the 2-1 defeat to Swansea City on Saturday, the Daily Star has reported. The Senegal international will definitely miss th...
Moyes sacked as Man Utd boss
Manchester United have confirmed that they have parted company with manager David Moyes after a disappointing first season in charge, BBC Sport has reported. The news comes just a day after intense speculation that the Scot was about to lo...
Howard: Everton fans wrong to boo Moyes
Everton Goalkeeper Tim Howard has said that Everton fans were wrong to boo Manchester United manager David Moyes on his return to Goodison Park, according to BBC Sport. David Moyes made his first visit to Goodison Park on Sunday since leav...
Hull City face striker concerns
Hull City face injury concerns for strikers Shane Long and Sone Aluko for their remaining Premier League games, according to Sky Sports. Aluko missed the 3-0 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday with a hamstring problem whilst Long had to be replac...
Snodgrass confident of Premier League survival
Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass believes that his side’s performance against Liverpool will give them the confidence needed to avoid relegation, Sky Sports reports. The Merseyside club beat Norwich 3-2 on Sunday to extend their lead ...
Ramires expected to face FA action
Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher has said that he expects Chelsea midfielder Ramires to face retrospective action from the Football Association, according to Sky Sports. The Brazilian was involved in an off-the-ball incident ...
Carroll not fully fit, admits West Ham boss Allardyce
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has admitted that striker Andy Carroll may take some time to return to full match fitness, Sky Sports has reported. The former Newcastle United and Liverpool player was injured back in August and did n...
Wenger: Injuries cost Arsenal in title race
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that injuries to several key players was the main reason why they were unable to sustain their title challenge, reports the Daily Telegraph. The North London club are now engaged in a two-way battle w...
Eriksen could leave Tottenham, fears Sherwood
Tottenham Head Coach Tim Sherwood has said that he fears that playmaker Christian Eriksen could be a transfer target for some of Europe’s top clubs this summer, the Daily Mail has reported. Eriksen only joined Tottenham last summer, in a...
Man Utd boss Moyes hoping to keep hold of Welbeck
Manchester United manager David Moyes has said that he is keen on keeping striker Danny Welbeck at the club, despite rumours that the England international is hoping to leave at the end of the season, reports ESPN. In recent days, speculat...
‘Electrifying’ Everton delight Martinez
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has told of his delight after his side completed the league double over Manchester United with a 2-0 victory at Goodison Park on Sunday, BBC Sport has reported. Both goals from the home side were scored in ...