Sunday, August 30, 2015

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The Portuguese manager warns against overreacting to the Blues' shock 2-1 defeat at home on Saturday by buying unnecessarily before Tuesday's close of the window

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While the refereeing decisions dominated the game, the Baggies boss was eager to praise his new Venezuelan striker after netting his first goal in English football

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The Brazilian forward plays down rumours linking him with a world-record transfer to the Premier League giants, declaring himself totally happy to stay at Camp Nou

Saturday, August 29, 2015

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The Red Devils boss plays down his reputation for uncompromising strictness, revealing that he consults with his captain on everything and listens to his advice

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The Red Devils have been linked with a swoop for the Germany international all summer but he says that he has not spoken to his former coach about going to Old Trafford

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The Rossoneri chief says the "chapter is closed" regarding Ibra returning to San Siro, and claims that while the Belgium midfielder would like to join, it is "very difficult"

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The experienced Dutch boss was irked with his vice-captain for conceding a penalty against the Villains on Saturday as the Wearside club were held to a draw at Villa Park

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After a breakthrough 2014-15, the Spurs forward has endured a stuttering start to the new campaign having failed to score in the opening four games but his coach is remaining calm

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The Spanish manager heaped praise on his in-demand central defender after helping his side keep a clean sheet in the goalless draw at White Hart Lane on Saturday

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The wasteful hosts were held to a draw by the Black Cats, leaving the head coach frustrated at his team's failure to capitalise on their overwhelming pressure

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The Basel veteran has launched a scatching attack on his Swiss team-mate's agent, who he blames for shifting the attacker to the Premier League midtable obscurity

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The Reds brought defeat on themselves during Saturday's Premier League reversal at the hands of the visiting Hammers, according to their Northern Irish manager

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The Northern Ireland international ends his time at Old Trafford after 198 appearances to link up with former colleagues Darren Fletcher, Ben Foster and James Chester

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Tim Howard just couldn't be beaten at White Hart Lane, coming up with several top saves to ensure that Harry Kane's goalless run continues, preventing the hosts from taking a win

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The north Londoners remain winless after four games of the new Premier League season after being forced to settle for a point at home to Everton on Saturday afternoon

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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