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#Premier League

# premier-league - Today’s News

Allen hails ‘next level’ Coutinho

Joe Allen paid tribute to the talent of Liverpool team-mate Philippe Coutinho after his stunning winner against Manchester City on Sunday.

‘He’ll figure it out’: Rooney certain Di Maria can shine in tail end of season

‘You don’t lose your talent overnight,’ says Rooney. So what has happened to the Argentine?

# premier-league - Friday 27 February, 2015

# premier-league - Thursday 26 February, 2015

Who said it: Alan Pardew or Frank Underwood?

Because who doesn’t love a good quiz.

# premier-league - Wednesday 25 February, 2015

We don’t care about previous Arsenal failures at this stage

The Gunners have failed to progress beyond the last-16 stage of the competition over the last four seasons.

# premier-league - Monday 23 February, 2015

Rodgers: Lallana deserved better from Southampton fans

The England midfielder was jeered on his return to St Mary’s, having left the club for Liverpool last summer, but the Reds boss felt he and Rickie Lambert were harshly treated.

# premier-league - Sunday 22 February, 2015

Rooney baffled by Swansea defeat

Manchester United’s fifth loss of the Premier League season at Swansea City on Saturday left Wayne Rooney baffled.

‘Silva is the best player in the Premier League’ – Dzeko

The Spaniard has been lauded by his team-mate after Man City recorded a 5-0 win over Newcastle yesterday.

# premier-league - Thursday 19 February, 2015

Paris Metro racism victim wants perpetrators ‘locked up’

‘You know, I live with racism; I wasn’t really surprised at what happened to me, even if it was the first time in the Metro.’

# premier-league - Wednesday 18 February, 2015

LVG makes no apologies for using Fellaini as Plan B

However, the United manager is happy to use the Belgian as an alternative option when they need him.

# premier-league - Monday 16 February, 2015

Van Gaal needs to play the United way or he’ll lose the fans, says former Old Trafford boss

Tommy Docherty has urged the Dutchman to give the supporters what they want; attacking football.

# premier-league - Saturday 14 February, 2015

The dream manager? Chris Ramsey is the man tasked with guiding QPR to safety

Tony Fernandes failed to land reported targets Tim Sherwood and Michael Laudrup.

# premier-league - Friday 13 February, 2015

Hammer blow! Carroll’s latest injury will keep him out for the rest of the season

The striker is set for yet another lengthy spell on the sidelines.

Scholes: Manchester United don’t attack – their football is miserable

“United fans don’t care if the team only has 40 per cent possession as long as they are watching an attacking team.”

# premier-league - Wednesday 11 February, 2015

Chris Smalling the hero as Manchester United huff and puff past an impressive Burnley

Defender scored twice after replacing Phil Jones inside the opening five minutes of the game.

As it happened: Manchester United v Burnley, Premier League

We were at Old Trafford to see if Louis van Gaal’s side could jump back into the top-three.

Van Hooijdonk: ‘Even the biggest clowns are laughing at Louis Van Gaal’

The former Celtic and Nottingham Forest striker says the Dutch coach is ‘unrecognisable’ since arriving at Old Trafford.

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Van Gaal ‘wasting energy’ with long-ball debate, says Koeman

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman has weighed in the developing debate over long-ball tactics, criticising compatriot Louis van Gaal.

Allardyce: There’s no manager better than me in the Premier League

While he accepts that Arsene Wenger may be able to match him for experience, the West Ham boss argues that he has learned enough to make him a match for any of his rivals.

# premier-league - Tuesday 10 February, 2015

‘Cut ticket prices & make it affordable for real fans’ – Twitter reacts to new Premier League TV deal

Sky and BT Sport have shelled out a combined €6.9billion to broadcast Premier League football games in 2016-2019.

Captaining Stoke against the champions will be ‘a proud moment’ for Glenn Whelan

The Irish midfielder will wear the armband against his former club tomorrow night.

Sturridge blows the Harry Kane away says Rodgers

The Liverpool striker is the best in England according to his boss.

# premier-league - Sunday 8 February, 2015

James McArthur plays down weird touchline incident with Leicester boss Pearson

The pair clashed on the edge of the technical area.

# premier-league - Saturday 7 February, 2015

‘He has to compete with Rooney, Mata and Di Maria’: Herrera must get much better to feature regularly for LVG

The Spaniard has seen little game time since arriving at Old Trafford last summer.

# premier-league - Thursday 5 February, 2015

Martinez vows to ‘chase’ photographer who made Aaron Lennon look so glum

The former Spurs winger appeared less than pleased with is move to the Toffees.

# premier-league - Wednesday 4 February, 2015

‘I think De Gea will stay with United’ – agent

The goalkeeper is yet to sign a new deal with with the club amid reported interest from Real Madrid.

Anderson blames injuries, not being a bit rubbish, for the end of his United career

The Brazilian believes he came back from injury too soon.

# premier-league - Tuesday 3 February, 2015

Harry Redknapp has parted company with Premier League strugglers QPR

Impending knee surgery has prompted him to step down after just over two years in charge.

# premier-league - Monday 2 February, 2015

Manchester United may have finally off-loaded midfield misfit Anderson

26 year-old close to signing a deal with Brazilian side Internacional.

Sturridge not ready to start, says Brendan Rodgers LFC

Sturridge not ready to start, says Brendan Rodgers

Daniel Sturridge may be the key to Liverpool’s top-four chances, but manager Brendan Rodgers will play it safe with the striker.

Arsenal back in the title race? Let’s wait and see, says Arsene Wenger

The Frenchman has not ruled his side out of the running for the Premier League crown, though was keen to stress that it would take a monumental effort to overhaul leaders Chelsea.

# premier-league - Saturday 31 January, 2015

As it happened: Manchester United v Leicester, Premier League

We were at Old Trafford to see if Louis van Gaal’s side could move into third place in the table.

Steve McManaman’s bold fashion statement hasn’t gone down well

The BT Sport pundit is on duty for today’s early kick-off between Hull and Newcastle.

Andy Carroll: ‘Brendan Rodgers was messing with my head, I lost respect for him’

The West Ham striker is out for revenge when the teams clash on Merseyside later this afternoon.

# premier-league - Thursday 29 January, 2015

Injury scare for Manchester City as Yaya limped off last night in Africa Cup Of Nations

The Ivory Coast midfielder left the pitch clutching his hamstring.

# premier-league - Monday 26 January, 2015

Wenger admits Gabriel’s Gunners switch is ‘very, very close’

The Arsenal boss can’t wait to get his hands on a centre back.

# premier-league - Friday 23 January, 2015

Cantona: The madness of King Eric

20 years after that iconic moment at Selhurst Park, we look at why it happened, its significance and its aftermath.

# premier-league - Thursday 22 January, 2015

# premier-league - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

‘Arry’s Transfer Window: Lucas just wants to be loved at Liverpool (or Inter)

Plus, Irish managers help out some Irish internationals with short-term deals.

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