English football

Friday, February 5, 2016

Caption

The long-serving Gunners manager sees no reason to panic after his side fell behind their north London rivals in the Premier League table

Caption

Arsenal face Bournemouth on Sunday and their former striker, who has scored three goals in four games for Eddie Howe's side, has a point to prove after being sold by the Gunners

Caption

The Toffees boss was spotted showcasing some of his finest moves at the concert in Manchester but looking back, he may want to get some practice in

Caption

The Gunners manager admits he does not know whether the 35-year-old has played his last game for the club after scans revealed "serious" damage to his thigh muscle

Caption

The former Arsenal and Tottenham defender says players have to string together five, 10 or even 15 years at the highest level to be considered among the best

Caption

The two teams have very different recent histories but are separated by just three points at the top of the table and Saturday's game promises to be extremely entertaining

Caption

The Hammers boss has warned that a move away from Upton Park will not solve all of the club's problems, indicating that more improvements need to be made

Caption

From George Best to Cristiano Ronaldo - supporters of the Red Devils pick their favourite footballer to have played at Old Trafford

Caption

The effervescent Portuguese might have no formal role in Sunday's clash at Stamford Bridge but he remains the key figure in the story of both clubs' seasons

Caption

The Spaniard has already begun discussing transfers with sporting director Txiki Begiristain as he wants to bring in at least eight players but will not raid Camp Nou

Caption

The Foxes are set to have their title credentials truly tested with games against Manchester City and Arsenal to come and their manager is urging supporters to dream

Caption

The Belgian star is nearing a return to action, with Manuel Pellegrini set to give details over his captain's fitness during a press conference scheduled for Friday

Caption

The Argentine has warned that Spurs face a testing time and need to be careful as they prepare to move into a new stadium ahead of the 2018-19 Premier League season

Caption

The England international has faced constant criticism for his injury issues while at Anfield and could represent an option for Manchester United or Arsenal next season

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Caption

The former Red Devil believes the Netherlands international has what it takes despite a slow start to life at Old Trafford following his summer move from PSV

Caption

Not content with being a star on the pitch the Chile international is also keen to entertain away from football, with his latest Instagram offering revealing his musical talents

Caption

The Italian has revealed his dream team which is dominated by Manchester City stars with players from Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea completing the line-up