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#Premier League

# premier-league - Today’s News

Carragher slams ‘embarrassing’ Villa as ‘the worst Premier League side of all time’

Remi Garde’s men lost 6-0 at home to Liverpool today.

Tottenham give title hopes big boost at Man City’s expense

Spurs are now just two points off league leaders Leicester following today’s game.

Valentine’s Day Massacre as Liverpool hit Villa for six

The England striker made a scoring return in his first Premier League start since October.

As it happened: Man City v Tottenham, Premier League

Man City took on Tottenham in a game that was crucial for both sides’ title hopes.

Title race blown wide open by Welbeck’s 95th-minute winner against 10-man Leicester

The Arsenal striker capped his first appearance this season with one of the most important goals of his career.

As it happened: Aston Villa v Liverpool, Premier League

Aston Villa took on Liverpool, as they sought to boost their unlikely survival hopes.

Toure: We have the squad to win a Premier League and Champions League double

The Manchester City midfielder remains optimistic for the run-in.

As it happened: Arsenal v Leicester City, Premier League This Is Happening This post contains a poll

As it happened: Arsenal v Leicester City, Premier League

The league leaders faced another massive test at the Emirates on what promises to be a thrilling day of football.

‘It was tough to accept’ – Andy Cole opens up about kidney failure

The former Manchester United striker has spoken publicly about the illness that has afflicted his post-football life.

Is Tottenham’s Premier League success more by accident than design?

Spurs currently sit second in the table, one point ahead of today’s opponents Man City.

# premier-league - Yesterday’s News

A good day for the Irish boys and the Premier League talking points

Louis van Gaal is on borrowed time, and Stoke’s big signing hasn’t taken long to find his feet.

Rampant Chelsea keep unbeaten run intact by putting 5 past hapless Newcastle

Three first half goals set the Londoners on their way to a 5-1 victory against strugglers Newcastle.

Long caps milestone appearance with the winner for Southampton

The Ireland striker bagged his ninth goal of the season at the Liberty Stadium.

Irish Canaries on song as Hoolahan adds to Brady belter

The Dublin-born pair have been on target for Norwich at home to West Ham.

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Man United slip up yet again as O’Shea puts in man-of-the-match performance

A 2-1 win for Sundlerland means the Louis van Gaal’s men wasted a great chance to close the gap on the top four.

As it happened: Sunderland v Manchester United, Premier League

We followed all the action from the day’s early kick-off.

5 Premier League bets to consider this weekend

The current top four are paired off against each other this Sunday, while we’ve backed wins for Man United and Liverpool.

Man City get huge boost and more Premier League talking points

It’s a genuinely super Sunday in English football this weekend.

‘Liverpool 95-96 team were better than Man United but mentally weaker’

20 years on, Jason McAteer feels Roy Evans’ side should have won at least one league title.

# premier-league - Friday 12 February, 2016

Van Gaal: The real fans are walking with Memphis

But do they really feel the way he says they feel?

Court hears former Sunderland player Adam Johnson ‘abused position in society’

More details of the case emerged in court today.

Premier League ticket price debate: Wenger, Klopp and others have their say

Steve McClaren has urged the powers that be: “Make prices available.”

West Ham’s Irish U21 starlet makes Bradford loan move

The youngster has already featured in the Premier League for the Hammers.

Louis van Gaal unhappy with Paul Scholes’ criticism

The Dutch manager will not ask Ryan Giggs to speak to the former midfielder about his comments.

Liverpool fans’ protest is part of a bigger struggle against ‘Big Football’

Tommy Martin says supporters are fighting a losing battle as clubs look to make big profits by charging big prices.

Rooney a target for Chinese clubs, says Eriksson

Jackson Martinez, Alex Teixeira, Ramires and Gervinho have moved to China and Wayne Rooney could follow.

Klopp expects Liverpool’s Premier League drought to continue

The Reds boss said he is honoured to be working at Anfield but has warned that getting the club back to the top will take time.

Van Gaal: Woodward would tell me if he was speaking to Mourinho

The Dutchman is not losing sleep over his job security amid reports linking manager Jose Mourinho to Manchester United.

# premier-league - Thursday 11 February, 2016

Adam Johnson sacked by Sunderland after admitting sexual activity with underage girl

The Premier League club has released a statement this evening.

‘Premier League title is Leicester’s to lose’ – Martinez

The Foxes currently sit five points clear at the top of the league.

Carragher proud of Liverpool ticket-price U-turn

Liverpool’s decision to cancel their planned ticket price increase has earned praise from former defender Jamie Carragher.

Liverpool should be transparent with Sturridge injuries – Michael Owen

Michael Owen has urged Liverpool to be more transparent with Daniel Sturridge’s injury issues.

# premier-league - Wednesday 10 February, 2016

Alex Ferguson thinks Pochettino is the ‘best manager in the Premier League’*

*According to Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy.

Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson admits sexual activity with a child

The England international denies two other charges, however.

‘I’m almost happy Gary Neville has flopped at Valencia’

The pundit-turned-coach is yet to win a match in La Liga since his appointment.

Mourinho tells friends he will join Man United in the summer – reports

Louis van Gaal is coming under increasing pressure owing to an underwhelming season at Old Trafford.

# premier-league - Tuesday 9 February, 2016

Rio: United in danger of spending a long time in the wilderness like Liverpool

“We don’t want to be a repeat of what Liverpool have gone through,” says the ex-Manchester United defender.

Dortmund supporters to emulate Liverpool fans and protest ticket prices*

*Although they are unhappy with being charged exorbitant fees for away matches rather than home ones.

‘Leicester players were afraid of Italian tactics’

The Foxes, who are now title favourites after beating Man City on Saturday, made a pre-season pact with Claudio Ranieri.

Carragher: Liverpool got it wrong on ticket prices

After joining the Anfield ticket protests on Saturday, former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher says the club have got it wrong.

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