Manchester United manager David Moyes has admitted that his team are now playing catch-up in the Premier League title race, after his former club Everton triumphed at Old Trafford on Wednesday, Sky Sports is reporting.
Moyes left Everton in the summer after 11 years in charge, to take over from Sir Alex Ferguson, who retired as Man Utd boss in May. On Wednesday, his successor at Goodison Park, Roberto Martinez, oversaw the Merseysi...More
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis is hoping to sign five players during the January transfer window, with Stoke City striker Peter Crouch among his list of targets, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Pulis, who brought Crouch to the Britannia Stadium as manager of Stoke back in 2011, has been guaranteed funds for the January window as he looks to save Crystal Palace from the threat of relegation. Currently, the Eagles are second from ...More
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has blamed defensive errors for his side’s 3-2 home defeat to Aston Villa on Wednesday, which was the Saints’ third successive loss, writes Sky Sports.
Having taken no points from trips to Arsenal and Chelsea, Southampton lost their unbeaten home record against Paul Lambert’s team despite dominating possession throughout and having 21 shots to Aston Villa’s six.
Gabriel Agbonlahor’s solo effor...More
Barcelona vice-president Josep Bartmoeu has denied speculation that they are interested in signing in-form Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, ESPN has reported.
Reports in Spain had claimed that Barcelona were targeting Aguero, who played in Spain for Atletico Madrid between 2006 and 2011, before joining Man City. However, Bartmoeu was quick to deny the claims, telling Mundo Deportivo: "No, we have had no contact with him. I can ...More
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has conceded that his players’ performance eased off in the closing stages of their win at West Bromwich Albion, Sky Sports has reported.
The visitors led 3-0 thanks to Sergtio Aguero’s early strike and a double from midfielder Yaya Toure, but then allowed West Brom to score twice late on to take some gloss off the scoreline. Despite that, Man City managed to hold on for only their second Pre...More
Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov could be set to leave Craven Cottage after his agent admitted the Bulgarian is unhappy at the struggling Cottagers, writes The Mirror.
The former Spurs and Man United striker has not been able to find his most lethal form this season, netting a single Premier League goal, and with his contract expiring in the summer it had been reported that he would be seeking new challenges elsewhere.
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