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#Premier League

# premier-league - Friday 3 November, 2017

'It's a little bit scary - we are going backwards in a democratic state, we've regressed so much'

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has given his thoughts on the decision to imprison Catalan politicians.

The Chelsea player caught yawning by Conte and more Premier League talking points

Kenedy provoked the ire of Antonio Conte amid a turbulent week for the London club.

Moreno claims to 'live for Liverpool' after rediscovering form

The Spaniard saw his presence at Anfield questioned over the summer.

Santi Cazorla almost lost foot in injury nightmare

The 32-year-old Spanish midfielder has been out of action for over a year.

Mourinho settles tax case in Spain

Jose Mourinho told reporters “the case is closed” as he left a Spanish court on Friday after attending to answer tax fraud charges.

'I'm 24 - you can't judge me as the finished article': Lukaku hits back at critics

Romelu Lukaku’s Manchester United performances have come under scrutiny of late.

Man United defender doesn't pass muster for Southgate's England

Chris Smalling’s international future is in doubt after the manager said he had been overlooked.

# premier-league - Thursday 2 November, 2017

'Fabregas was a total arse on the pitch' - Kilbane Not A Fan This post contains videos

'Fabregas was a total arse on the pitch' - Kilbane

Speaking on Off The Ball tonight, the former Ireland midfielder recalled a story about facing the Spaniard.

'I’m going to help him in training...I think he's going to be a star': Matic impressed by McTominay

The 20-year-old made his first Champions League start on Wednesday, and his team-mate is predicting big things in the future

A Bridge too far: What's gone wrong at Chelsea this season?

Chelsea were well beaten in Rome this week.

Mourinho: Man United players deserve more credit after Tottenham win

Jose was speaking at a press conference ahead of his return to Chelsea.

Abraham, Gomez, Loftus-Cheek get England call-ups

England manager Gareth Southgate has given three uncapped players a chance to impress in the November international matches.

Lovren voted Liverpool Player of the Month after tough few weeks on and off pitch

It’s a show of support after he received a death threat against his family.

Former Man United psychologist inspired Connacht try-scoring hero

Bill Beswick spent time with the Irish side in Galway last week

# premier-league - Wednesday 1 November, 2017

Zinedine Zidane denies Real Madrid are in crisis

The Spanish side suffered their worst Champions League group-stage loss in nine years.

Tottenham's 21-year-old unsung hero and more Champions League talking points

Harry Winks impressed against Real Madrid, while Sergio Aguero savoured a landmark night.

Sergio Aguero breaks record as 4-star Man City progress with two games to spare

Pep Guardiola’s side earned a 4-2 win away to Napoli this evening.

Super Spurs beat Real Madrid to qualify for Champions League knockout stages

A brace from Dele Alli and a clinical Christian Eriksen finish made the difference.

As it happened: Liverpool v Maribor, Tottenham v Real Madrid, Champions League

Liverpool faced Maribor and Tottenham took on Real Madrid amid another busy night of action across Europe.

Man Utd alter Chelsea preparations as Mourinho court date looms

The Red Devils have not confirmed if their manager will attend a hearing in Spain on Friday, but their usual pre-match news conference has been moved.

'I pretty much had an agreement with Liverpool. I really don’t know why it didn't happen'

Paris Saint-Germain’s Brazilian full-back Dani Alves says he still harbours ambitions to line out in the Premier League.

# premier-league - Tuesday 31 October, 2017

'I hope that you enjoy the game more than some of you did against Tottenham'

The match on Saturday was not a classic but Jose Mourinho used his notes to compliment his players.

Carragher and Neville full of praise for Ireland's Jeff Hendrick after his match-winning goal last night Catching The Eye This post contains videos

Carragher and Neville full of praise for Ireland's Jeff Hendrick after his match-winning goal last night

The Dubliner is showing some excellent form ahead of the crucial play-off games with Denmark next month.

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren addresses 'disgusting' death threat

The centre-back took to social media on Tuesday to cast light on the vile abuse he has received.

Injury-ravaged Sturridge tells Klopp he is 'healthy' and ready to lead Liverpool line

The England international has struggled to stay off the treatment table in recent years, but he is feeling good and looking for regular game time.

Everton links not shifting Dyche's focus as Burnley move up to seventh

Speculation linking Sean Dyche to the Everton job is unlikely to subside after his Burnley side beat Newcastle to climb the Premier League.

# premier-league - Monday 30 October, 2017

Late Jeff Hendrick strike the difference as Burnley rise to seventh in the Premier League

Sean Dyche’s side moved up to seventh place after Jeff Hendrick scored the only goal to sink Newcastle, who drop to ninth.

Former England boss Allardyce admits interest in Everton and USA posts

The experienced coach said he would be open to holding talks regarding two vacant positions.

# premier-league - Sunday 29 October, 2017

Worry for Ireland as James McCarthy suffers another setback

The Toffees midfielder may not be available for the Boys in Green’s crucial upcoming play-off matches against Denmark.

Mourinho's gritty masterclasses and more Premier League talking points

Plus Roy Hodgson’s steady impact at Crystal Palace and Chelsea back on track following a dismal start to the campaign.

Different manager, same result, as Everton remain in relegation zone following loss

David Unsworth had a disappointing start to Premier League life as caretaker boss against Leicester.

'It was ultra-competitive. You had guys willing to kick their grandmother to get in the team' Supersub This post contains videos

'It was ultra-competitive. You had guys willing to kick their grandmother to get in the team'

David Fairclough chats to The42 about his bittersweet time at Liverpool and beyond.

In-form Murray scores third goal in two games to earn Brighton point

Steven Davis’ strike had silenced the home crowd after seven minutes.

Klopp in dreamland over title claim, says Guardiola

No team has failed to win the title with 28 points from their first 10 games.

Mourinho hits out at Man United fans for not backing Lukaku

The Red Devils boss once again criticised the club’s supporters after their defeat of Spurs.

'You always get the feeling he's playing at 85%'

Gary Neville believes that Anthony Martial has the potential to be the league’s outstanding player but there is “something wrong” with him.

# premier-league - Saturday 28 October, 2017

'The pressure was there' - Klopp relieved to pick up much-needed win

Daniel Sturridge scored the all-important first goal at Anfield.

Hazard winner gives Conte timely boost as Chelsea move into top four

Chelsea moved back into the top four of the Premier League by securing a relatively comfortable victory over Bournemouth.