Sunday, August 30, 2015

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The Leicester City manager has stated that, although results are important, he is much more concerned with his side's performances and praised their fighting qualities

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The Welshman was left angered by the officials after the Potters paid the price for an ill-tempered opening 45 minutes against Tony Pulis' Baggies side on Saturday

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The Reds had gone into the game brimming with a belief after an unbeaten start to the new Premier League season but their old frailties were brutally exposed by the visitors

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The West Ham boss praised his side and dedicated the victory to their supporters, while he also believes that there is a good chance that Mark Noble's red card will be rescinded

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The City boss insisted he had nothing to say on the Belgium international, who arrived in Manchester on Saturday afternoon to complete a medical ahead of his big-money move

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The Anfield boss believes that West Ham's first goal was key in their 3-0 defeat and defended Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho following his second-half dismissal

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The Cherries remain in search of their first home win in the Premier League as Callum Wilson's impressive opener was cancelled out by Jamie Vardy's late penalty kick

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Two goals from former Manchester City man Scott Sinclair weren't quite enough for the hosts, with Jeremain Lens and Yann M'Vila getting on the scoresheet for Dick Advocaat's side

Saturday, August 29, 2015

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Salomon Rondon's first Premier League goal provided the Baggies with an unconvincing three points against the nine-man Potters, as Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam saw red

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The Foxes striker netted a late spot-kick to ensure that Claudio Ranieri's side maintain their unbeaten start to the season, while the hosts are still without a win at Dean Court

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Goals from Manuel Lanzini, Mark Noble and Diafra Sakho saw the Reds suffer their first defeat of the season as Philippe Coutinho and Noble both saw red in the second half

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The Hammers cruised to victory following the dismissal of the Brazilian playmaker, but saw captain Mark Noble also sent off in the second half

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First-half red cards for Afellay and Adam hampered the Potters as the Venezuela striker pounced to give the visitors all three points

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Falcao got off the mark for the hosts but the Premier League champions suffered a rare defeat at Stamford Bridge, with the prospect of back-to-back titles already looking bleak

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The Black Cats produced an admirable performance to secure a draw after former Manchester City midfielder Scott Sinclair scored twice to give the hosts an advantage

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The £49 million man opened the scoring at the Etihad before Fernandinho struck to ensure that Manuel Pellegrini's men made it four wins from four so far this season

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Raheem Sterling was the difference for the hosts after being moved into a central position at half-time and scoring immediately against lacklustre opponents

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The Frenchman suggested Steve McClaren's side adopted defensive tactics, but said that he did not see the challenge that resulted in Aleksandar Mitrovic's red card