England

Friday 19 December 2014

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The 20-year-old scored twice the last time Arsenal visited Anfield in February and while this season has been more difficult, the Frenchman remains a fan of the youngster

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Wilfried Bony has scored four goals in his last five outings but his manager has insisted that the Swans are a collective rather than solely reliant on the Ivorian

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Ronald Koeman's side have lost five straight matches but the Toffees' boss is not taking anything for granted ahead of his team's visit to St Mary's

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The Belgium international feels his relationship with his old Everton boss meant that he was an easy outlet for criticism, and says fourth should be the minimum aim this term

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The Algeria international played his part in Spurs reaching the League Cup semi-finals and is eyeing up a Champions League spot following some good recent results

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The youngster was back to his best against Bournemouth and his captain believes the chance to keep playing regular football at the highest level is too good to turn down

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The Norwegian says the new manager has been a "breath of fresh air" at Old Trafford and says the Red Devils should not be ruled out of the Premier League title race

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The midfielder, who is on loan at the KC Stadium from Newcastle United, has reportedly returned to France and is highly unlikely to feature for the Tigers again

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The Dutchman says he has no questions to answer regarding his future until another club rings his phone, but admits the lure of managing abroad could yet interest him

Thursday 18 December 2014

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The former Manchester City striker will miss Sunday's visit of Arsenal to Anfield and has again apologised to his team-mates and supporters for his actions

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The 30-year-old has been linked with a January move to the Premier League, with Southampton emerging as one of the frontrunners, though the Dutch boss denies a deal is pending

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After more than 150,000 votes, the Real Madrid and Barcelona duo are labelled successes while the Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain stars have been deemed failures so far

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The Old Trafford club plan to keep on spending next summer as they look to regain their place at the top of English football and reportedly see the Welshman as a priority