Sunday, September 21, 2014

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COMMENT: The Reds were comprehensively outplayed by West Ham to suffer a third defeat in their first five matches, and the manager now has problems at both ends of the pitch

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SPECIAL REPORT: The new boss at Old Trafford is determined to get to the bottom of the club's injury crisis and ensure that all his players are in top condition

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The teenage attacker has not seen much game time under new boss Louis van Gaal and could be allowed to spend the second half of the season away from Old Trafford

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The Black Cats boss says his team must improve while opposite number Sean Dyche feels Burnley are not too far away from picking up their first Premier League win of the season

Saturday, September 20, 2014

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The Hammers boss says his side dominated the Reds and that he was disappointed his team were only 2-1 up at half-time after dominating Brendan Rodgers' men

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The Magpies manager has been under intense pressure after his side's poor start to the new Premier League season but he has no intention of stepping down

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The Ivory Coast international striker was hugely upset after being shown two yellow cards in the first half of his club's loss at the Liberty Stadium

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The Brazilian full-back has seen many of his long-time team-mates depart Old Trafford over the summer but is keen to establish himself under Louis van Gaal and stay put

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A Stewart Downing masterclass helped the Hammers comprehensively defeat his former club, with Winston Reid, Diafra Sakho and Morgan Amalfitano all finding the net

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The Gunners boss pays tribute to his €19 million striker after his first goal for the club in a tremendous three-minute blitz and insists that Alexis Sanchez was merely rested

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Three goals in five first-half minutes at Villa Park, courtesy of Danny Welbeck, Mesut Ozil and an Aly Cissokho own-goal, saw the home side slip to their first defeat

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A late Papiss Cisse double rescued a point for the Magpies and may well have kept Alan Pardew in a job as the hosts recovered from superb Nikica Jelavic and Mohamed Diame strikes

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A late Victor Wanyama strike condemned Garry Monk's spirited and determined 10-man Swans side to a second consecutive league defeat and sent the visitors up to second place

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The two sides, both ailing at the foot of the table, struggled for chances in Saturday's clash and will have to wait a little longer to earn their first win of the campaign

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The Magpies manager was the target of protests from supporters before the game but he brought on the Senegalese striker to rescue his side from two goals down at St James's Park

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Ronald Koeman's new-look Saints moved up to second place in the Premier League table after the Kenya international's powerful late strike ended the hosts' resistance

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The Germany international scored the opener before setting up his £16 million team-mate as Arsene Wenger's men blew away the hosts in a devastating three-minute flurry