- Wayne Rooney was missing from Manchester United’s team bus –
sparking fears he may miss today’s game with Liverpool. Rooney was
not part of the squad that disembarked the coach at Manchester’s
Lowry Hotel, United’s overnight base for home matches.
Jose Mourinho laughed off reports he could leave Chelsea after Roman
Abramovich made a rare appearance at the club’s training ground at
Cobham on Friday.
Steve McManaman believes Manchester United and Liverpool have ‘lost
their identity’. The two north-west Premier League giants face off on
Saturday evening at Old Trafford, but McManaman believes that the
fixture is not as significant as it used to be.
Roberto Martinez has not ruled out the prospect of John Stones getting
his dream move to a world super-power club.
Southampton flop Gaston Ramirez, who has not played since August
2014 is negotiating to tear up the final 10 months of his £65,000-a-week
Emmanuel Adebayor is in self-imposed exile with Tottenham under-21s
after being told he will never play for the club again.
Arsene Wenger has warned youth development is dying because of
English football’s “lost generation.”
Steven Gerrard turned down Besiktas, Monaco, PSG, Real Sociedad and
Tottenham before deciding to join LA Galaxy.
Crystal Palace and Manchester City meet on Saturday as equals after the
two clubs improved as much as each other during the summer, insists
Dick Advocaat expects Sunderland to spend another season fighting
against relegation – despite convincing owner Ellis Short to back him
with new signings.
Tony Pulis has told Saido Berahino: You will never play for Tottenham.
Luke Shaw believes Anthony Martial can fill the need for speed at
Manchester United following his expensive move from Monaco.
Jose Mourinho bids to dig Chelsea out of a crisis today claiming his job
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal have the firepower to fight for honours –
despite his failure to sign a striker in the summer.
Mark Hughes believes teams no longer fear going to the Emirates and
will tell his Stoke side to believe they can make the most of Arsenal’s
shaky home form.
Eddie Howe is tipping new £4m predator Glenn Murray to save
Bournemouth’s Premier League skins.
Roberto Martinez has told Chelsea they have missed out on signing the
new Bobby Moore in John Stones.
Jose Mourinho has rubbished reports his days are numbered at Chelsea,
insisting: I won’t quit and they won’t sack me.
Manuel Pellegrini insists Kevin De Bruyne will make mugs of those who
have mocked his £56m price tag.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has refused to rule out selling John
Stones next summer.
Tim Sherwood admits Aston Villa probably cocked up in letting Marc
Albrighton leave for free.
Quique Sanchez Flores insists he did try to buy British for Watford.
Sixteen new faces arrived at Vicarage Road over the summer, but all
Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger says Europe doesn’t produce strikers any
more, saying the top strikers in the world are South American.
Mauricio Pochettino is ready to hand Son Heung-min his debut tomorrow
but the Tottenham head coach said Emmanuel Adebayor had played his
last game for the club.
Manuel Pellegrini has urged Fabian Delph to show mental strength to
recover from his second hamstring injury of the season after revealing
that the Manchester City midfielder faces six weeks on the sidelines.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has appealed for time to re-
establish the distinctive playing style that typified the start of his reign
as his new signings adapt.
Jose Mourinho has insisted he will never “walk away” from Chelsea,
saying he will not quit the club under “any circumstance”.
Steven Gerrard has claimed Tottenham wanted to sign him from
Liverpool before he decided to join Los Angeles Galaxy.
Roberto Martinez won the battle with Chelsea to keep John Stones
during the transfer window, but the Everton manager admits the England
centre-half’s long-term future is far from certain.
Jose Mourinho says his job at Chelsea is safe – and has vowed that he
will not walk away.
Saido Berahino has been told he will get his mega-money move one day
– but not to Tottenham.
Swansea will undo their good start to the season if they are humbled at
Watford today, according to manager Garry Monk.
Andy Carroll is set for a poignant return against his home town club
Newcastle after convincing West Ham manager Slaven Bilic he is finally