England

Thursday 30 October 2014

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The striker has scored three goals in five Premier League games since joining from Chelsea on a free and his manager is delighted with his impact on and off the field

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The Arsenal boss, John Terry, Mikel Arteta, Andros Townsend, Scott Parker and Joey Barton will all be taking part in aid of London Poppy Day

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The Ivorian forward has scored three goals in a week in the absence of Diego Costa and Loic Remy and his team-mate feels that the veteran is rediscovering his best form

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The Chelsea manager claimed the striker's lack of involvement since international duty was down to the way he was handled by the national side, which Juan Jose Garcia Cota denies

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Terms have been established and signed on the transfer and a €305,000-a-week salary, with United fully expected to activate the move in the summer

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The Liverpool forward admits that his family have always suffered with muscle problems while he also hopes to strike up a partnership with Mario Balotelli when he regains fitness

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The Gunners are showing an interest in the Spartak Moscow midfielder and the deal could see Yaya Sanogo move to the Russian side. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal

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A 2-0 League Cup defeat at the hands of Newcastle extended the hosts' winless run to three games and the Chilean admits that his side are playing with a "lack of trust"

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Erik Lamela and Harry Kane were on the scoresheet for the second cup game in a row and the Spurs manager is confident of the club winning the trophy for a fifth time

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Erik Lamela's second-half introduction was the catalyst for another dominating performance in the cup as Spurs march into the quarter-final, meanwhile the visitors' woes continue

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Mauricio Pochettino's side recovered from their Premier League defeat by reaching the League Cup quarter-finals, seeing off Championship opposition at White Hart Lane

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Goals from Rolando Aarons and Moussa Sissoko sent the holders crashing out of the League Cup as Alan Pardew's men registered their third win on the bounce at the Etihad Stadium

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The Magpies secured their third straight win and a place in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals as Manuel Pellegrini's side put were knocked out

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The Italian scored a brilliant opener before later burying the winner at the death, while the Potters had Peter Crouch shown a second yellow card after mounting a two-goal revival

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The Swans boss believed Michael Oliver wrongly awarded a penalty against his side at the Britannia Stadium but will not be punished for his outspoken views

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The Chile international endured a difficult start to his Loftus Road spell following his loan move from Juventus, though he insists he will not move back to Serie A

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With matches against Manchester United and CSKA Moscow on the horizon, the Spain international was forced off in the ninth minute on Wednesday after hurting his left knee

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The Magpies have won back-to-back games to revitalise their season, but will the English champions bring them back to reality? Find out LIVE! with Goal