Saturday, February 6, 2016
Leicester City has won the hearts of a football-adoring public and Arsene Wenger believes almost the whole country is now behind the Foxes.
The 52-year-old says he expects to return to management in the 2016-17 season having taking time off since his departure from Real Sociedad
The Blues coach has doubts as to whether the future Manchester City boss or his fellow Dutchman are well matched to the demands of English top-flight football.
The former Chelsea manager has given an interview for the first time since being sacked at Stamford Bridge, and is not enjoying his time away from football
Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye did not suffer a recurrence of his ankle injury or pick up a new problem in the draw at the Liberty Stadium
The Old Trafford boss claims the media have invented stories about him and does not expect to be replaced by the former Chelsea boss
Jamie Vardy has agreed to a new deal with Premier League leader Leicester City that will keep him at the club several more seasons.
Pep Lijnders played down the impact of the ticket protest at Anfield on Liverpool's players during their draw with Sunderland.
A first-half strike from Maya Yoshida proved to be the lethal blow for the Hammers, as Ronald Koeman's ten men battled their way closer to a European finish.
The Saints were forced to play almost the whole of the second period with 10 men but still managed to claim all three points against Slaven Bilic's in-form Hammers.
Mauricio Pochettino hailed Tottenham's performance in the win over Watford and praised the White Hart Lane crowd.
The first walkout in Liverpool history took place at Anfield on Saturday and the home players may as well have left too after throwing away a two-goal lead.
A number of supporters left Anfield in the 77th minute during the 2-2 draw against Sunderland to express their anger with proposed new prices in the redeveloped main stand.
Manuel Pellegrini will not use Pep Guardiola's agreement to replace him as Manchester City manager as an excuse for poor performances.
Goals from Joleon Lescott and Gabby Agbonlahor either side of halftime gave Aston Villa a vital 2-0 home win against Norwich City.
Stoke failed to score for the fourth game in a row as Romelu Lukaku, Seamus Coleman and Aaron Lennon all netted in Everton's comfortable win
Aleksandar Mitrovic struck the decisive goal against West Brom to lift Newcastle United out of the Premier League relegation zone.
Romelu Lukaku, Seamus Coleman and Aaron Lennon were among the goals as Roberto Martinez's men danced to three points at the Britannia Stadium
Jermain Defoe fired home a last-gasp equaliser as the Black Cats came back from two goals down to draw with the Reds, for whom Roberto Firmino impressed up front
Kieran Trippier scored in the second half as Tottenham beat Watford to move above Manchester City in the Premier League.