Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Spurs continue their busy schedule with a League Cup match against Nottingham Forest.
The English club has been granted permission to go ahead with plans to expand its ground.
The midfielder penned a short-term deal with the Premier League champion after joining New York City FC in July and Goal understands no return date is currently set in stone.
With the club's next accounts set to include the cost of five big-money summer signings, plus an estimated 30-percent drop in profits, Louis van Gaal must finish third.
The former Liverpool star has urged the team to change its style and up its defensive output.
The two favourites to lift the Premier League title were in close contact with Everton during the summer and both remain hopeful of striking a deal at the end of the season
The former Manchester United defender says the striker took Sir Alex's retirement the hardest.
Chelsea's manager wants his team to keep its calm in a league he thinks has turned a little crazy.
Fulham's former coach hit out at the team's former center back.
The Chelsea legend scored a late equalizer in his first match facing his former club.
The Reds have gotten off to a slow start to the new campaign, but the club's boss says he isn't worried about the form of his captain.
Monday, September 22, 2014
The Dutch boss says he would prefer to see the England captain deployed in a more withdrawn role.
Bolston faces a tall task as it takes on the Premier League leader in the third-round matchup.
Spurs enter the match against Nottingham Forest winless in four matches in all competitions.
City will look to continue its title defense by eliminating the Championship side.
The Dutch manager wants to spend up to £50 million on new defenders this winter, but the club's executive vice chairman is wary about the impact on the club's next accounts.
The right back underwent surgery on his left ankle after suffering an injury against Manchester City on Sept. 13.
The Belgian has nearly recovered from the injury that kept him out of the World Cup but a return Saturday might be too soon.
After seeing one defender injured and another sent off in Sunday's defeat, the Manchester United manager is running out of options.
The Liverpool midfielder says his team must adapt when the "games are coming thick and fast."