Monday 20 October 2014

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The Italian let in eight goals - including two from his own side - as Gus Poyet's men were comprehensively taken apart on Saturday and he wants to repay those who travelled

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With Louis van Gaal starting to come good on his promise of bringing things together after three months, Al Hain-Cole expects his in-form summer signings to inspire another win

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The Chelsea manager is pleased to have proved that his side can still fire even without the free-scoring Spain international after seeing off Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park

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Loius van Gaal's side come into this game following back-to-back Premier League wins and Paddy Power offer a huge price of 5/1 on them extending that run on Monday evening

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The Real Madrid coach is completely confident that his talismanic forward will not rejoin his former club next summer and expects him to retire at the Santiago Bernabeu

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The Dutchman feels that his side's absence from the tournament is having a detrimental effect and says that he was "stupid" to suggest that they would gel within three months

Sunday 19 October 2014

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Charlie Adam cancelled out Wilfried Bony's first-half penalty with a spot-kick of his own but the Swansea boss was unimpressed with Michael Oliver's decision to award a foul

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The former Tottenham boss slammed the 25-year-old after he was once again conspicuously absent from the QPR squad to face Liverpool at Loftus Road on Sunday

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The Spaniard scored his first Premier League goal in a blue shirt in Saturday's 2-1 win over Crystal Palace, adding to the seven assists he has already notched this season

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Jonathan Walters came off the bench to secure all three points for the Potters after Wilfried Bony and Charlie Adam traded penalties in the first half

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The Republic of Ireland international met Oussama Assaidi's pinpoint cross on 76 minutes to give the Potters victory after Wilfried Bony and Charlie Adam had both scored penalties

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The Reds were fortunate to beat QPR at Loftus Road and the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale will be licking their lips ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash

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Mark Hughes' side host the high-flying Swans at the Britannia Stadium hoping to pick up a win that will lift them into the top half of the Premier League

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The Italian striker again drew a blank for Liverpool in their 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers on Sunday but was later defended by his manager, despite missing an open goal

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The Reds ran out narrow 3-2 winners over QPR at Loftus Road, with Steven Caulker's late own goal sealing their dramatic victory, but the Reds skipper was unimpressed

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Steven Caulker turned Raheem Sterling's attempted centre into his own net in the dying seconds to ensure the Reds triumphed in a game with three injury-time goals

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Two Eduardo Vargas goals cancelled out late strikes from the Reds, before Steven Caulker netted a bizarre late own goal to hand the away side all three points

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The Ecuadorian scored his second goal of the season in Saturday's 3-1 win over Burnley while his prolific strike partner netted his sixth in as many starts

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The Serbian winger scored one goal and assisted two more as Southampton romped to an 8-0 win at St Mary's Stadium on Saturday, continuing their impressive form

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Harry Redknapp's side are looking to claw themselves off the bottom of the table and face a Reds side which is struggling to find any consistency so far this season