# premier-league - Saturday 25 February, 2017
The striker has vehemently denied that he played a role in the Italian’s departure from Leicester City.
Plus, Romelu Lukaku has tied Everton’s all-time Premier League scoring record with his 60th strike for the club.
Hammers star Michail Antonio was sent off late on for a deliberate handball.
Elsewhere in the Championship, an 82nd minute Ciaran Clark header got leaders Newcastle out of jail.
The Blues have gone 11 points ahead at the summit after beating Swansea.
Michel Salgado has doubts about the midfielder’s mentality and believes a deal should only be done if the asking price comes down.
Promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday were left to rue a missed Jordan Rhodes penalty.
The Liverpool boss has likened the decision to relive the Italian coach from his position to two global shocks in the past year.
Man United have a chance to win a trophy for the first time under Jose Mourinho, as they take on Southampton.
'A final is always a special day' - Mata insists Manchester United will not take EFL Cup for granted
The Spain international has rubbished any suggestion that the League Cup holds less importance for Manchester United than Southampton.
The Premier League champions begin the post-Ranieri era, while David Moyes and Paul Clement are back at former clubs.
The former Manchester United defender clashed with the Barcelona striker during his time at Liverpool, but differences have been put to one side.
The Foxes earlier this week acted on a dire run of form by sacking their much-loved Italian manager.
The 31-year-old announced on Thursday that he will remain at Old Trafford.
# premier-league - Friday 24 February, 2017
The Manchester United manager has once again expressed his support for the sacked former Leicester City boss.
A much sought-after talent in his heyday, the ex-Spain international has revealed that he snubbed interest from Chelsea.
# premier-league - Thursday 23 February, 2017
Former Leicester strikers Alan Smith and Tony Cottee also questioned the timing of the decision.
Spurs were stunned by a side currently sitting eighth in the Belgian league.
The England international was sent off after an appalling high tackle on Brecht Dejaegere.
The Foxes are currently just one point above the relegation zone.
Manchester United’s skipper has been linked with a move to the Far East, but his former team-mate feels he still has a lot to offer.
# premier-league - Wednesday 22 February, 2017
Irish fans’ love of English football is often cited as a big reason for the domestic game’s problems.
The left-back should learn from his Old Trafford team-mate in his bid to start for the Red Devils, Jose Mourinho said.
The Etihad outfit won an eight-goal game against Monaco, with the manager claiming he was brought to the club for nights such as this.
# premier-league - Tuesday 21 February, 2017
Rumours are mounting that a move to China is imminent for the 31-year-old.
# premier-league - Monday 20 February, 2017
Lucas Perez opened the scoring for Arsene Wenger’s side as they avoided an upset.
Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma looks a star in the making.
The Man City boss is unhappy with the treatment of his Arsenal counterpart.
Jose Mourinho has seemingly started the mind games, after his side drew the Blues in the FA Cup.
# premier-league - Saturday 18 February, 2017
Plus, the three certainties in life — death, taxes and Arjen Robben cutting in on his left foot.
# premier-league - Friday 17 February, 2017
As he gets set for one of the biggest games of his career, Lincoln’s Alan Power chats to The42 about his struggle to make it as a footballer.
Burnley’s Stephen Ward is among the Irish-born footballers expected to line out.
The Red Devils forward felt like the movie character after scoring a Europa League hat-trick against Saint-Etienne.
Arsene Wenger confirms he does not intend to retire even if he leaves Arsenal at the end of the current campaign.
A Facebook group in the player’s homeland have organised a peaceful protest to try and convince the star that he is wasting his time.
# premier-league - Thursday 16 February, 2017
The German has come in for heavy criticism for a while but the humiliating defeat in Munich led to more finger-pointing.
The former Red Devils midfielder believes that the captain will be struggling to cope with his place on the substitutes’ bench.
Mark Clattenburg is leaving English football.
The centre-back has thanked his manager for helping him to make a seamless transition to Premier League football.