Friday, October 9, 2015
Check out the best of the back pages from across Europe on Saturday.
Roy Hodgson was buoyed by England's display against Estonia and the ramifications for its Euro 2016 seeding.
The forward opened the scoring against a resilient Estonia side at Wembley - check out the key stats behind his latest performance.
Ross Barkley was the most impressive performer on a quiet evening at Wembley, while Jamie Vardy came off the bench to set up Raheem Sterling.
The Manchester City striker was stretchered off just 24 minutes into Argentina's World Cup qualifying defeat against Ecuador on Thursday night and will miss the Manchester derby.
The former West Ham and Newcastle manager has signed a two-year deal at the Stadium of Light and replaces Dick Advocaat, who left the club last week.
The Gunners sit rock bottom of Group F after two defeats to Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos, and the Frenchman admits playing with a high tempo is the only way to beat Bayern.
The former Barca player is happy with the move to the Premier League and is looking forward to qualification for Euro 2016 in France.
Using performance tracking data Goal takes a look at the players who may struggle to meet the demands of the German's "full throttle" footballing philosophy.
Harry Kane has his chance to shine with Wayne Rooney ruled out of England's next two games, Roy Hodgson has said.
Last season's PFA Player of the Year is yet to hit top gear at Stamford Bridge this term, but he showed in Belgium training that he's still got plenty to offer in front of goal.
The former Borussia Dortmund coach gave a captivating performance at his unveiling and if the early indications are anything to go by, he will be a huge hit at Anfield.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss believes he can lead the Reds to silverware in his time at Anfield, but is aware he may not get a better job again if he fails.
The England winger has had a turbulent year since Roy Hodgson suggested he had asked not to play vs. Estonia last October, making Friday's reverse fixture timely, writes Sam Lee.
Thursday, October 8, 2015
The Scot admits selling Ravel Morrison was "very painful" and believes the midfielder was one of the most naturally talented players he had ever signed.
The Brazil international says his under-fire manager is correct to publicly shame players he feels are underperforming and insists the squad is 100 percent behind him.
The striker has accepted he was out of shape at the start of the season and says it affected his game.
The 31-year-old suffered a thigh problem during his final training session before Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifier against the Republic of Ireland.
The Wolfsburg man, who fell out of favour under the Portuguese at Stamford Bridge, says the Blues have the quality to get back to their very best
The 26-year-old put in a sumptuous display on Sunday as Louis van Gaal's side was swept aside but could he maintain that form for the world champion in Dublin?