As Manchester United closed their season with that enthralling 5-5 draw at the Hawthorns, the issue of Wayne Rooney's future continues to command headlines. The idea of Sir Alex Ferguson standing down and David Moyes taking over has begun to embed itself with the club's supporters, whereas the debate over whether the Premier League champions should sell Rooney continues to rage.
The England international's absence from United's final...More
With the final game of the David Moyes era at Everton done and dusted, a 2-1 defeat against Chelsea on Sunday, the Toffees can really begin the hard task of appointing a successor to the departing, Manchester United bound manager.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright said he would not rush into replacing Moyes, with an approach for the board’s favoured candidate always unlikely while the season was still on-going. We can expect then moves...More
Jamie Carragher’s remarkable Liverpool career came to a pleasant end with a characteristic clean-sheet and a routine win over relegated Queens Park Rangers at Anfield on Sunday.
In-form attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho - the £8m January signing from Italian giants Inter - broke the deadlock in the 23rd minute, collecting a ball from the impressive 17-year-old debutant Jordon Ibe before placing a 25-yard strike past Robert Gree...More
In a result few saw coming, Fulham thrashed Capital One Cup winners Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.
The 3-0 win not only emphatically brought to an end a worrying run of five consecutive defeats but also lifted the Cottagers up to a 12th-place finish in the 2012-13 Premier League. That still marks a regression of three places and nine points from last season for Martin Jol’s men, while the Dutchman will wonder just how the likes of N...More
Fans may have lost count of the number of wonder strikes Gareth Bale has scored this season, - he could arguably have his own goal of the season competition - but yet another in the 89th minute took all three points against a stubborn and lucky Sunderland team. However, the victory wasn’t enough and Tottenham end their season in fifth with 72 points, the highest ever points total achieved without qualifying for Champions League football...More
Arsene Wenger was left biting his nails down to their cuticles. If Steve Bould had any hair left, he'd have been pulling it out. But in the end, there were sighs of relief and wide smiles across Arsenal as the Gunners edged into the final Champions League qualification spot.
Laurent Koscielny's strike in the early exchanges of the second-half was enough to earn Arsenal a 1-0 win over Newcastle at St James' Park. That made Tottenham ...More
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