Premier League

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

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The Wigan man was reportedly the subject of a failed bid by the Baggies, but the new manager insists he is actively exploring further options before the transfer window closes

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The centre-back has been out of action since New Year's Day, and was initially ruled out until the middle of February but hopes to make his comeback ahead of schedule

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Sunday's 2-0 loss at the Etihad Stadium saw the Premier League champions slip five points behind leaders Chelsea, with a clash with the table-toppers up next on January 31

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Both players were brought to the club by Paolo Di Canio, with the Cape Verdean not playing since August, 2013, and the Greek international with one outing in 12 months

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The television pundit was left unimpressed with the Gunners' players' pictures on social media following their victory over the Premier League champions, and posted his own

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Recent reports had suggested the 22-year-old might be set to join Rafa Benitez at the San Paolo but his agent has revealed a potential switch to north London is still possible

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The travelling United support at Loftus Road on Saturday called for a shift to 4-4-2 and more attacking football, and the former right-back says it highlights their weariness

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The Reds have recovered from a dreadful start to the season ahead of their League Cup semi-final first leg clash against rivals Chelsea at Anfield on Tuesday

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The 20-year-old left-back has also been attracting interest from Scottish Premiership champions Celtic although Sam Allardyce's side are expected to up their offer

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The former Manchester United man believes the Dutch coach has an abundance of talent at his fingertips and will improve immeasurably when everyone is fully fit and firing

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The Chelsea attackers put the Swans to the sword in a blistering opening salvo, while Manchester City tormentor Santi Cazorla, Eljero Elia and Christian Eriksen also make the cut

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The former Liverpool defender was impressed with Francis Coquelin's performance in that position against Manchester City but believes Arsene Wenger still needs to enter the market

Monday, 19 January 2015

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The Baggies claimed a hard-fought goalless draw against Everton on Monday night, though the new manager expects even more from his team and is working on signing new players

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The Belgian was withdrawn at half-time having taken spot-kick duties off usual taker Leighton Baines, though the Everton manager says his withdrawal was down to injury

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The Toffees boss watched on as his side failed to find a way past struggling West Brom on Monday night to make it eight games without a win in all competitions

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The Toffees have just one win in their last 13 matches in all competitions and could not end their slump at home to the Baggies despite dominating possession at Goodison Park

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Kevin Mirallas missed from the penalty spot and was swiftly hauled off at half-time as the Toffees' poor form continued against a disciplined Tony Pulis side at Goodison Park

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Roberto Martinez's men, who have struggled for form this season, could be leapfrogged by their opponents if they suffer a surprise defeat at Goodison Park - follow it LIVE!

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Both players have impressed for Arsenal and Manchester City this season, and the 34-year-old had admitted he would love to play alongside his Spain team-mates regularly

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Tony Pulis is keen to sign the former Fleetwood man, whose future has been thrown into doubt following the January arrival of Andrej Kramaric at the King Power Stadium