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#Premier League

# premier-league - Sunday 22 October, 2017

Rooney goal in vain as five-star Arsenal send Everton into drop zone

Ronald Koeman is on the brink.

As it happened: Tottenham vs Liverpool, Premier League

Tottenham welcomed Liverpool to Wembley aiming to extend their grip on third spot in the Premier League.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has 'minimum' five or six years left as a player, claims agent

The 36-year-old may be out of action with a serious knee injury, but his agent expects him to play for a few more years yet.

Gary Neville thinks he is done as a football manager

The Manchester United icon is not planing to repeat his brief stint as Valencia head coach anywhere else.

Maybe the Premier League title race is already over - Klopp

Manchester City are in stunning form and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp thinks they are on track for the Premier League title.

'Gary Speed was a huge friend of mine. I never thought he had any issues' Depression This post contains videos

'Gary Speed was a huge friend of mine. I never thought he had any issues'

Shay Given speaks to The42 about his late former teammate and his career in football.

Lindelof is losing Mourinho's trust with mistakes, says Hargreaves

The Sweden international was at hand for both Huddersfield goals on Saturday as United fell to a shock first defeat of the season.

# premier-league - Saturday 21 October, 2017

'Really, really sad day for democracy' - Guardiola gives take on Catalan crisis

The Manchester City manager once again reflected on the political crisis in Catalonia after his team’s latest victory.

Former Everton star on target as Barca roll on calmly amidst Catalan chaos Too Good This post contains videos

Former Everton star on target as Barca roll on calmly amidst Catalan chaos

Gerard Deulofeu’s first-half strike helped his side grind out a victory this evening.

Ander Herrera questions Man United players' 'passion' in defeat

The midfielder feels the Red Devils showed a lack of aggression as they went down 2-1 in Saturday’s clash with David Wagner’s side

'If I kicked my kid in the garden he wouldn’t fall like that'

Sean Dyche has expressed his disappointment about diving in football once more.

One of the goals of the season lights up drab Southampton-West Brom clash

A brilliant solo effort from substitute Sofiane Boufal ended the Saints’ winless run.

'I’m disappointed, but the reality is they were stronger than us'

The Portuguese coach made no excuses for his side’s unusually lethargic display.

17-year-old wonderkid becomes the first-ever Englishman to represent Dortmund

Jadon Sancho came close to a dream debut as he saw a shot saved late on.

'I'd love to be a one-club man'

Tottenham’s Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen have all been linked with moves to Spain.

Imperious City go 5 points clear at top and all today's other Premier League results

Meanwhile, caretaker boss Michael Appleton got off to a winning start with Leicester.

Huddersfield stun Mourinho with historic win as United suffer first defeat of the season

First half goals from Aaron Mooy and Laurent Depoitre were enough to record a historic win for David Wagner’s side.

Sergio Aguero equals Man City all-time scoring record

It was the Argentina striker’s 177th goal in the club’s colours.

Batshuayi double brings Chelsea back from behind against Watford

Chelsea won 4-2 at Stamford Bridge to ease the pressure on Antonio Conte.

As it happened: Huddersfield Town vs Man United, Premier League

Huddersfield welcomed Manchester United to Kirklees Stadium aiming to earn their third league win of the season.

Manchester United fan Timo Werner still dreams of Old Trafford move

Liverpool and Barcelona have been linked with the striker but it is United who retain a special place in the striker’s heart.

# premier-league - Friday 20 October, 2017

Brighton score first away win in the top flight since 1983 as pressure mounts on Bilic

Glenn Murray and Jose Izquierdo were both on target for Brighton against West Ham.

Premier League duo join Juan Mata in agreeing to donate 1% of their salaries to charity

Charlie Daniels and Alfie Mawson have become the first English players to join the Common Goal charitable project.

Leicester players 'want answers' over Shakespeare sacking

Michael Appleton believes the owners of the former Premier League champions could face questions.

Is the title down to a 2-horse race already and more Premier League talking points

Plus, why results, not style, is what will ultimately define Mourinho’s United.

In the league of big shot directors, Pochettino is the true auteur

In this week’s column Tommy Martin looks at the ‘New Hollywood’ crop of Premier League managers who seek out the spotlight.

# premier-league - Thursday 19 October, 2017

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Watch: Ashley Williams sparks melee at Goodison Park

The Wales defender went on to score for the Toffees shortly thereafter.

'I told you we have some' – Wilshere snaps back at controversial Deeney comments

After the Watford striker called out Arsenal last weekend, the Gunners midfielder responded following a Europa League victory.

The second-youngest Premier League starter of all-time is currently finding life difficult in Germany

Reece Oxford’s loan move to Borussia Monchengladbach has not gone as planned.

Lyon beat Everton to pile pressure on Koeman Woe

Lyon beat Everton to pile pressure on Koeman

Meanwhile, Italian Serie A high-flyers Lazio came from behind to win 3-1 at Nice, after Mario Balotelli had opened the scoring.

Man United to aid football development in Saudi Arabia

The Red Devils will lend business and sporting expertise to clubs and sporting organisations in the country.

'It's not always easy working with Mourinho...': Matic gushes about his favourite boss

‘This is a man who possesses all human virtues.’

Carlo Ancelotti unlikely to take Leicester job, according to his former assistant

Swansea coach Paul Clement expects his former mentor to stick to his plan and take time off.

Steps still must be taken to rid football of racism, says Chris Hughton

In light of another embarrassing week for the FA, the former Ireland international notes that while progress has been made, unacceptable behaviour remains.

# premier-league - Wednesday 18 October, 2017

Ozil is 'a warrior' for Arsenal but frustrated over lack of signings, says club legend Pires

Ozil is approaching the final six months of his deal at Arsenal.

'He tells us that we all have to learn English. In December, I have an exam'

Pep Guardiola has demanded that his foreign players learn English, says Nicolas Otamendi.

Ready for Denmark? James McCarthy makes long-awaited return in U23 game

The Everton midfielder will be hoping to available for Ireland’s crucial World Cup play-off games next month.

# premier-league - Tuesday 17 October, 2017

Klopp heralds counter-pressing as Liverpool run riot

The Reds were in scintillating form against Maribor, but it was more than just the seven goals that pleased Jurgen Klopp.

Guardiola after beating Napoli: Maybe best team I've ever faced

It would have been “impossible” for Man City to win if they had not delivered a flawless performance, according to the Spanish manager.

'I'm not signing a new five-year contract and I'm not leaving for PSG'

The 54-year-old also played down the idea of ending his career with United.