After beating Liverpool 3-1 at Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock highlighted his side’s performance as one of a unified team, reports Sky Sports.
“That was a Neil Warnock performance today, I thought. I was really proud of them. Apparently they aren’t having me are they, some of them? But if that’s a team that isn’t having me, I don’t know what to do. I thought they were fantastic today and couldn’t have given me ano...More
Despite recently ending their wait for an away win in the Premier League, Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal insists his side still have work to be done, reports Sky Sports.
“It’s the first away victory and the players are very excited but it’s just one victory and we have to confirm it by winning the next two home games. Then we can say we have the spirit and we can look up, not down, in the table. The media said facing Chelse...More
After climbing to fourth place earning a 2-1 win away win against Arsenal, Manchester United defender Chris Smalling believes that the minimum target they should be aiming for this season, reports Sky Sports.
Given the manager and the players we have got, we should be playing better than we are, with more points. We have a good base now with an away win and now we can go back to Old Trafford and build on that. We have two home games...More
After seeing his side lost 3-1 away to Crystal Palace this afternoon, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he “takes full responsibility” for the team’s failings this season, reports BBC Sport.
“We are very disappointed with the performance and the result, and as the manager it is something I need to take full responsibility for. This is the worst run my team has been on and the only way out is working together. We have to improve ...More
Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen was the difference in a somewhat tempestuous affair that saw Hull finish the game with 10-men, reports BBC Sport.
Hull started brightly, and took a deserved lead inside of 10 minutes through former Spurs midfielder Jake Livermore. He rocketed in a low effort from distance that gave Hugo Lloris no chance in goal.
Steve Bruce’s side were good value, and could well have added to their lead, with H...More
Crystal Palace fell behind early against Liverpool, but found their way back with goals from Dwight Gayle, Joe Ledley and Miles Jedinak, reports BBC Sport.
Liverpool took the lead minutes into the game through Rickie Lambert. The England international latched onto an aerial ball from Adam Lallana, finishing past Julian Speroni with ease.
But Crystal Palace fought back well, with Dwight Gayle equalising in the 17th minute. The young ...More
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