Sunday, November 23, 2014

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The Gunners boss, who lamented his side's naivety as they fell short at home to their rivals, refused to comment on the clash between the two midfielders

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The England midfielder has decided to leave Villa Park at the end of his contract, but will assess his options at the end of the season rather than change clubs in January

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The 20-year-old, who recently joined the club from Bayer Leverkusen, hailed the impact of his experienced team-mate both to him and the club

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The Rs suffered their sixth Premier League defeat away from home this season when they lost 1-0 to Newcastle, though their manager notes two key absences from the squad

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The French striker should have given Swansea City a late equaliser at the Etihad Stadium but his manager refuses to single him out and revels in how high the team are reaching

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The Toffees had to work for a 2-1 victory by West Ham but were delivered the points by Leon Osman, playing his 400th game for the club and hailed as an "incredible ambassador"

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The midfielder, and captain for the day, scored the winner late in the second half as the Magpies recorded their fifth win on the trot in the Premier League

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The Ivorian netted the winning goal as Manchester City triumphed and his manager was keen to credit his desire in a week where his future at the club came into question again

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The Portuguese coach believes his side should have won by a more commanding scoreline and took their foot of the gas in the second period despite a strong first-half showing

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The Scot kicked off his time at the Basque club with a forgettable stalemate, but got a crash course in Spanish football as he was forced to tell his opposite number to calm down

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The Red Devils captain reveals that his side came to north London with a gameplan to hit the hosts on the counterattack - a play that earned Louis van Gaal's men three points

Saturday, November 22, 2014

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The England international doubled his side's advantage after a Kieran Gibbs goal had broken the deadlock - and the visitors held on despite Olivier Giroud's late strike

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An own goal from Kieran Gibbs and a Wayne Rooney strike secured the Red Devils' first away win under Louis van Gaal in north London despite Olivier Giroud's excellent late finish

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The defender looked set to continue after rolling his ankle after a coming together with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but was eventually forced off after clashing with Jack Wilshere

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The midfielder was in the right place at the right time to latch on to Samuel Eto'o's inch-perfect cross to hand the hosts three points against Sam Allardyce's men

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Despite boasting over 70 per cent possession, the hosts could not break down a valiant visitors' defence after errors saw them fall two goals behind in the opening stages

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Danny Ings scored twice inside the opening 15 minutes to give the Clarets a platform which the hosts could not equal, despite boasting over 70 per cent possession