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#Premier League

# premier-league - Yesterday’s News


# premier-league - Yesterday’s News

Jurgen Klopp would 'welcome' Steven Gerrard back at Liverpool

There has been much speculation that the Anfield legend is set to end his stay in America.

Mane and Coutinho on target as Liverpool go second

The Reds are behind table toppers Arsenal on goal difference after today’s victory.

'Manchester City should sign Carrick in January'

Tim Sherwood feels “Manchester United’s Andrea Pirlo” would be an upgrade on Fernando and Fernandinho.

More misery for Moyes as Hammers grab late, late winner against Sunderland

Leicester recorded a comfortable 3-1 win over Crystal Palace courtesy of strikes from Ahmed Musa, Shinji Okazaki and Christian Fuchs, meanwhile.

Arsenal go top but winning run comes to an end against Boro

The Gunners failed to emulate the heights of their midweek Champions League display this afternoon.

As it happened: Liverpool v West Brom, Premier League

Jurgen Klopp’s side jump up to second in the Premier League thanks to a 2-1 win.

'Ronaldo made himself' - Ferguson

Cristiano Ronaldo stands a cut above the other Manchester United greats managed by Alex Ferguson, who praised his self-made superstar.

Tottenham miss the chance to go top of the table at Bournemouth

It was a frustrating afternoon as Spurs as they had to settle for a point.

'F***ing hell! That is unbelievable!' - Klopp backs struggling Sturridge

The Liverpool boss says he’s not concerned about the England striker’s goal drought.

Will Jose park the bus again and more Premier League talking points

Plus, why Arsenal are playing the best football in England right now.

Arsenal to ease past Boro, Pogba to shine, an 80/1 shout and other Premier League bets to consider

Plus, Leicester City back to winning ways with a narrow victory against Crystal Palace.

# premier-league - Friday 21 October, 2016

Rummenigge blasts Premier League clubs for 'kidnapping'

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Bayern Munich are focusing on producing local talent, rather than following the Premier League’s foraging abroad.

Klopp: 'Physical' Man United tactics were good practice for Pulis’ West Brom

Liverpool came up against the aerial threat on Monday night and they are expecting more of the same at home to the Baggies.

Wenger talks up Arsenal's title credentials

Arsenal have lost only once in the past seven months and Arsene Wenger has challenged them to prove their mettle as potential champions.

Dele Alli was like a 'wild horse,' says Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino insists Dele Alli must maintain part of the aggressive side of his game for Tottenham.

# premier-league - Thursday 20 October, 2016

It's 20 years since King Kev's entertainers famously thumped Man United

On 20 October 1996, Newcastle humiliated Alex Ferguson’s side 5-0 at St James’ Park.

# premier-league - Wednesday 19 October, 2016

Mourinho issues warning to £30million man Mkhitaryan

The Armenian international has so far struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford.

The new Football Manager game predicts how Brexit might impact the Premier League

Director Miles Jacobson also spoke of how the game employs 1300 scouts in 51 countries.

# premier-league - Tuesday 18 October, 2016

Luckless Wilson returns to Man United with serious knee injury

The striker was on loan at Derby.

Man City owners say club has reached turning point after hitting record turnover of €435m

The wage bill is reportedly also down to 50% of revenues.

'Man United showed we're a big team against Liverpool'

Ander Herrera says he is proud of all his team-mates for their display.

# premier-league - Monday 17 October, 2016

'It's a first clean sheet, so yippee!' - Klopp forced to accept United draw

The German manager took some positives from Liverpool’s 0-0 stalemate.

Do Jose Mourinho's United lack identity and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Loris Karius was a concern on a frustrating night for Liverpool.

Highlights few and far between as Man United nullify Liverpool

Jose Mourinho’s pragmatic approach earned his side a point this evening.

As it happened: Liverpool v Manchester United, Premier League

Liverpool took on Man United in one of the biggest games of the season so far.


No room for Wayne Rooney in Man United team to face Liverpool

Marcus Rashford starts in Jose Mourinho’s team for tonight’s big game.

'He was not booed by Man United fans' - Mourinho promises Rooney 'respect he deserves'

The dropped England captain returned to Old Trafford earlier in the week.

'Mourinho is not ruthless enough'

Liverpool will take advantage of ‘confusion’ at Manchester United under Jose Mourinho, according to Paul Scholes.

More complicated than hate - Neville opens up on United-Liverpool rivalry

Manchester United travel to Liverpool on Monday, a match Gary Neville is eagerly anticipating.

# premier-league - Sunday 16 October, 2016

Ibrahimovic 'like a big brother' for Pogba as he settles back into Old Trafford life

The Frenchman has been waxing lyrical about his team-mate.

FA to investigate Mourinho's referee comments ahead of Liverpool showdown

The United manager feels the pressure may be too much for the Manchester-based official.

Holebas cracker gives Watford all three points on Teesside as Southampton ease past Burnley

Middlesbrough will enter a tough run of fixtures on the back of a damaging 1-0 home defeat to the Hornets.

Seamus Coleman lucky to avoid red card and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Antonio Conte shows Diego Costa who’s boss.

# premier-league - Saturday 15 October, 2016

Stekelenburg: Will Phil Jagielka buy me dinner?

“It’s not only guesswork for the penalties, you do the analysis as well.”

Lanzini the hero for 10-man Hammers while Benteke misses penalty for Palace

Aaron Cresswell picked up two yellow cards in just 51 seconds.

Inspired Foster denies Spurs, Bournemouth score 6 and all today's PL results

Plus, Joe Allen continues his incredible goalscoring run for Stoke.

Walcott's double helps Arsenal to win a 5-goal thriller and draw level with Man City

Granit Xhaka was shown a red card but Theo Walcott’s brace laid the foundations for Swansea City’s defeat.

2 saved penalties mean Man City drop first home points of the season

The hosts dominated the game and enjoyed 72% possession

Easy Chelsea win means Leicester have already lost more Premier League games than last season

The champions, who lost just three times in the 2015-16 campaign, were beaten for the fourth time this season.

Are Liverpool and United serious title contenders plus more Premier League talking points

In addition, can Everton heap more misery on Claudio Bravo?

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