England

Sunday 17 August 2014

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The Anfield club are still looking for a new striker to replace Luis Suarez and hope to lure the Colombian to England. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal

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The Croatian made his intentions clear that he wanted to leave St Mary's this summer but has stated he had better options available than the one on Merseyside

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Arsene Wenger is close to securing a deal for the Greece international, who has also attracted interest from Juventus this summer

Saturday 16 August 2014

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Saturday's clash at Upton Park appeared destined to end in a goalless draw until the 20-year-old rounded Adrian to slot home an injury-time goal on his debut

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The Arsenal boss believes the Chilean has yet to fully click with his team-mates despite a promising showing, while he also singled out fellow new-boy Calum Chambers for praise

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The Old Trafford icon was unimpressed with what he saw in Louis van Gaal's first game in charge and warned that Champions League football is a tall order for this current squad

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The Merseyside outfit are unsure on the severity of the 20-year-old's injury and Roberto Martinez has admitted the England international could be out for up to five months

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The Gunners were frustrated for much of the match by the managerless Eagles, but Aaron Ramsey's late goal saw the home side claim all three points on the opening day of the season

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Arsene Wenger's side got off to a winning start but they laboured to victory against a well organised Palace side who looked strong despite the loss of manager Tony Pulis

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The Dutchman was at pains to point out that he learned nothing new from Saturday's defeat to Swansea City, insisting that he was already well aware of his side's problems

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The Dutchman suffered defeat in his opening game in charge at Old Trafford and the extent of the job at hand in transforming the team was laid bare

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The Gunners will be brimming with belief after their Community Shield win over Manchester City, while their visitors are in disarray after the shock resignation of Tony Pulis

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Upton Park appeared set for all the world to witness a goalless draw until Eric Dier rounded Adrian to slot home in injury time and give Mauricio Pochettino a debut victory

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A late Chris Wood strike earns the Foxes an opening day point after Aiden McGeady and Steven Naismith had twice given the visitors the lead either side of a José Ulloa equaliser.

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A sole James Chester header saw the Tigers grab all three points, with Charlie Austin missing a penalty in a frantic final 15 minutes at Loftus Road

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A second-half strike from Andreas Weimann secured all three points for Paul Lambert's side, whose pace and energy going forward proved too much for the toothless Potters

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West Bromwich Albion and Sunderland kicked off their seasons in some style at the Hawthorns, in a flowing and often attractive encounter which saw four well-worked goals scored.

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It was an unhappy return to the Premier League for Harry Redknapp and his side as Steve Bruce's men triumphed by a solitary goal, thanks in part to Allan McGregor's penalty save