NEWS
  • Reds at 'turning point', insists Rodgers

    Steven Gerrard of Liverpool is tackled by Cosmin Moti of Ludogerets during the UEFA Champions League Group B match between Ludogorets Razgrad and Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodger believes his side has reached a turning point following their midweek draw against Ludogorets.

  • Irvine to target Arsenal defence

    Alan Irvine of Sheffield Wednesday looks on

    West Brom boss Alan Irvine has revealed his gameplan to beat Arsenal as he looks to follow Louis van Gaal's lead.

  • Howard welcomes more matches

    Tim Howard of Everton and James McCarthy of Everton collide during the UEFA Europa League Group H

    Goalkeeper Tim Howard is more than happy for Everton to continue having a hectic fixture schedule - not least because it means fewer training sessions.

  • Ancelotti not resting on laurels

    Head Coach Carlo Ancelotti of Real Madrid CF kicks

    Real Madrid could to break a club record by extending their remarkable winning sequence to 16 games with victory over Malaga on Saturday.

  • Monk hits back at Rodgers critics

    Brendan Rodgers of Liverpool

    Garry Monk has labelled criticism of his former manager and Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers as "ridiculous".

  • Vela hat-trick gives Moyes first victory

    Carlos Vela Garrido of Real Sociedad celebrates af

    David Moyes enjoyed a dream home debut in charge of Real Sociedad as a Carlos Vela hat-trick downed Elche 3-0 at Anoeta.

  • Wenger have faith in Nacho

    Nacho Monreal of Arsenal

    Manager Arsene Wenger accepts Arsenal will have "to be creative" in the January transfer window - but has complete faith Nacho Monreal can provide "quality" cover in central defence.

  • City could make January signings

     Sergio Aguero #16 of Manchester City celebrates with teammate Samir Nasri after scoring his team's third and matchwinning goa

    Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has not ruled out making new signings in the January transfer window.

  • Pardew taken aback by Magpies' run

    The returning Alan Pardew manager of Newcastle Uni

    Alan Pardew admits Newcastle's six-game winning streak has come as a surprise even to him.

  • Mourinho: Big effort to top Chelsea

    Chelsea Manager Jose Mourinho is asked for his aut

    Jose Mourinho believes a long winning run is required for Chelsea to be overtaken in the Barclays Premier League as he does not expect his side to endure a poor run of form.

  • Van Gaal: Van Persie needs belief

    Robin van Persie #20 of Manchester United celebrat

    Louis van Gaal admits striker Robin van Persie has been struggling for confidence in front of goal and had "a very bad game" against Arsenal last weekend.

  • I'll fight for Reds future, says Lucas

    Lucas of Liverpool

    Lucas Leiva admits this season has been tougher for him than his difficult introduction to England eight years ago, but he insists he can still do a job for the club.

  • Mourinho: Complacency not an issue

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho jokes with the media during a Chelsea training session at the Chelsea training ground on September 16,

    Jose Mourinho has dismissed the possibility of complacency creeping in at Chelsea as they prepare to face the side that gave them their most recent BPL defeat.

  • Keane quits Villa role

    Roy Keane the Aston Villa assistant manager watches from the stands during the UEFA Europa League Group H match between Everton and VFL Wolfsburg

    Roy Keane has quit his role as Aston Villa's assistant manager with immediate effect, the club have announced.

  • Wilshere will be back, confirms Wenger

    Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal and team-mate Jack Wilsher

    Arsene Wenger is confident midfielder Jack Wilshere can return stronger from the setback of facing three months out with an ankle injury.

Most Popular News

News & Update

Most Popular News

Powered by Disqus