Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has spoken of what winning the FA Cup would mean to him ahead of the sixth round fixture against Arsenal on Monday, ESPN has reported.
United have won the FA Cup 11 times in their history, first in 1908-09 and most recently in 2003-04, but Rooney has never lifted the trophy himself. He moved to United from Everton in the summer of 2004, missing out on that year’s success, while he has twice b...More
Arsenal defender Gabriel Paulista has picked up a hamstring injury following the Gunners’ 2-1 win against Queens Park Rangers, ruling him out of action for up to three weeks, reports BBC Sport.
The Brazilian centre-back only recently joined Arsenal in January from La Liga side Villarreal, and was quickly given a chance to show his worth following poor form of Per Mertesacker. Gabriel was highly-rated prior to his move, and had kep...More
Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse has accepted his FA charge of spitting and has been slapped with a seven match ban according to Sky Sports.
Jonny Evans has denied any wrongdoing and will have until 6pm on Friday to accept or deny the FA charge.
The incident happened in a coming together in the 38th minute, with the game still locked at 0-0, near the halfway line, brought a reaction by Evans, who reacted to the Senegalese st...More
Everton captain Phil Jagielka is under no illusions about the club’s current predicament as Roberto Martinez’s side hover above the Premier League’s bottom three, telling the Toffees’ official website that the players know they must do better.
The Liverpool club were on Wednesday night beaten by Stoke City, going down to a defeat through goals from Victor Moses and Mame Biram Diouf. The result leaves Everton in 14th place, six poi...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has praised Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez after the pair scored a goal each in the Gunners’ 2-1 win over Premier League strugglers Queens Park Rangers, ESPN has reported.
Giroud opened the scoring just after the hour mark and Sanchez doubled the lead five minutes later as Wenger’s side established a two-goal lead at Loftus Road. Charlie Austin halved the deficit late on but Arsenal were able to ke...More
Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse has apologised for spitting at Manchester United defender Jonny Evans during Wednesday’s Premier League encounter between the teams, releasing a statement on his club’s official website.
Cisse was involved in an altercation with Evans following a challenge from the defender, who, it was alleged, spat at the downed striker. Evans denied that was the case but Cisse reacted angrily and spat at Ev...More
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