Manchester City have put their top four spot in jeopardy after getting thrashed by less-than-amzing side Southampton side. Saido Mane finally seemed to live up to the hype after scoring a superb Hat-trick for the Saints, leaving only 4 four points between City and thier Red counterparts. With a game in hand Man United, who drew 1-1 with Leicester City, still have a shot at stealing away the fourth place spot from City. We're sure to see a lot of rotation in the top half of the league with only a few matches left before the seasons wrapped [more]
After poor performances from Manchester United this season, It's unlikely that Louis Van Gaal will be allowed to fufill his three year contrat with The Red Devils and represent them next season. 2 candidates for the role have emerged as heavy favourites to take over at Old Trafford in Summer 2016 - Ryan Giggs and Jose Mourinho, both of whom are excited by the prospect of taking over the most decorated club in English football. Both options have their benefits. One having played at the club since boyhood and acted closely with the managers at the club since his retirement [more]
The results of the 2016 PFA Awards have finally been announced. The player taking home the biggest personal acolade in British football, the PFA Player of The Year, was Riyad Mahrez, for his substantial contribution to Leicester City's unexpected and immeasurable success this season. Runners up were: Jamie Vardy in second and Harry Kane in third. Also taking home the PFA Young Player of The Year was Dele Alli, who has often been dubbed the best Attacking Mid in English Football.
The Premier League Team of the year was pretty unsurprising as it feautured 4 Tottenham and Leicester players resprectively. The [more]
England beat Lithuania 3-0 in Vilnius to complete a 100 per cent record in European Championship qualifying for the for the first time in their history.
Roy Hodgson's side led 2-0 at the break after strikes from Ross Barkley and an own goal by Lithuania goalkeeper Giedrius Arlauskis.
And the visitors made it 10 victories out of 10 in Group E thanks to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's well-taken goal just past the [more]
Phil Jagielka has been confirmed as England's captain for their final European Qualifier against Lithuania on Monday night.
Regular skipper Wayne Rooney is now back with Manchester United after he was sidelined by an ankle knock for Friday's 2-0 win over Estonia.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill deputised for the striker at Wembley but he has also been left out of the squad to face Lithuania having been released by manager Roy [more]
Sir Alex Ferguson says he is concerned new manager Jurgen Klopp will "do very well" at Liverpool.
And the impact of the appointment is also being felt by Liverpool's greatest rivals Manchester United, with Ferguson admitting he now fears success will return to a club with just one league Cup to show for the last nine years.
"Well it's a good appointment. I admire him," the former Manchester United boss told ESPN. "I know Jurgen pretty well through our meetings at coaches' classes in Geneva.
"Strong personality, very strong, very stubborn, determined and his performances, and his career at Dortmund was a stellar [more]
Wales qualified for their first major tournament since 1958 despite losing 2-0 to Bosnia & Herzegovina and Gareth Bale described it as the best loss of his life.
Cyprus' 2-1 victory in Israel allowed Wales to book their place in next summer's European Championship, sparking wild celebrations after the final whistle from manager Chris Coleman and his men despite the defeat.
And Bale, who has a Champions League winners' medal with Real Madrid, claimed helping Wales qualify for Euro 2016 is right up there with the best achievements in his career. [more]
Roy Hodgson says Ross Barkley is developing into an important player after his man of the match performance against Estonia.
England made it nine wins from nine games as they breezed past Estonia 2-0 at Wembley with goals from Theo Walcott and Raheem Sterling.
But it was Barkley that shone the brightest in the England midfield, playing in Walcott for the opening goal with a carefully crafted nutmeg and twice being denied by smart saves from Estonia goalkeeper Mihkel [more]
Pedro says he is a happier and more confident person after his transfer-window move from Barcelona to Chelsea.
The Spain forward decided to quit boyhood club Barca after 11 years and move to England after spending the majority of last term on the bench under manager Luis Enrique.
Although the Stamford Bridge club have made a poor start to the season, Pedro has impressed, scoring two goals and making one assist in his eight [more]
David de Gea says he has moved on from the collapse of his transfer from Manchester United to Real Madrid.
The clubs reached an agreement for the goalkeeper's transfer on Spain's transfer deadline day only for the deal to fall though after the necessary paperwork was not submitted in time.
At the time, United and Real blamed each other for the delay but De Gea - who has since signed a new contract with United - says he has put what happened behind [more]
Sunderland have confirmed the appointment of Sam Allardyce as manager on a two-year contract.
The 60-year-old will take over at the Stadium of Light with immediate effect and becomes the first man to manage both Sunderland and Newcastle.
Allardyce left West Ham in the summer after three years at Upton Park, which saw him guide the club back to the Premier [more]
Jurgen Klopp faced the media for the first time since becoming Liverpool manager and declared himself "the normal one".
A highly-anticipated introduction did not disappoint as Klopp vowed to turn "the doubters to believers", said he would have "the first and last word" on transfers and even predicted he would deliver a Premier League title within four years.
And the new manager - understood to have signed a three-year deal - raised a chuckle when he was asked for a soundbite similar to Jose Mourinho's famous 'special one' comment when he joined Chelsea in [more]
England made it nine wins from nine in Group E as they continued their charge to Euro 2016 with a 2-0 win over Estonia.
Roy Hodgson's men have already secured top spot in the group and played with the handbrake firmly on as goals from Theo Walcott and Raheem Sterling were enough for maximum [more]
Manchester United midfielder Anderson has left the club on a free transfer and signed a four-year contract with Brazilian side Internacional.
The 26-year-old spent seven years at Old Trafford after joining from Porto for a fee of around £26m in July 2007.
Brazilian Anderson has struggled with injury and fitness, hardly featuring for United's first team in recent [more]
Former Arsenal defender and MOTD2 pundit Martin Keown expands on his TV analysis of the Gunners' 5-0 win over Aston Villa and explains how manager Arsene Wenger adjusted his existing system in January, instead of bringing in new faces, to make his side more solid at the back.`
There were a lot of calls for Arsenal to sign a new defensive midfielder before this transfer window opened but, in the last few weeks, the Gunners have found a new way to win without needing new players to do it.
Arsene Wenger's side were seen as having a soft centre when they lost [more]
Harry Redknapp has resigned as QPR manager, saying imminent knee surgery will stop him doing his job.
The 67-year-old has left the Loftus Road club second bottom of the Premier League with 19 points from 23 games.
"Sadly, I need immediate surgery on my knee," Redknapp said. "If I can't give 100%, I feel it's better for someone else to take over the reins."
Head of football operations Les Ferdinand and academy coach Chris Ramsey will take temporary charge.
There were reports Redknapp was one game from the sack before the 2-0 defeat by Manchester United on 17 January.
Afterwards, Redknapp blamed an "insider" for [more]
Exclusive interview: As Chelsea face Liverpool for a cup final place, Cesc Fabregas says the Premier league leaders need to show they are ruthless when the stakes are high Cesc Fabregas may have a sixth sense for a killer pass, but he needed to reach for a pen and paper when Jose Mourinho offered him a return to the Premier League with Chelsea.
Chelsea’s move to sign the former Arsenal captain from Barcelona as a replacement for Frank Lampard was one of the shock moves of the summer transfer window last year.
Rather than relying solely on his imagination to see how [more]
Schurrle not expected to feature in Capital One Cup tie after Wolfsburg officials travelled to London over the weekend to hold talks with Chelsea about the deal
André Schürrle is expected again to be missing from the Chelsea squad tonight as Wolfsburg attempt to strike a deal to sign the German international.
The official reason for Schürrle’s probable absence against Liverpool in the second leg of Chelsea’s Capital One Cup semi-final is the back injury that was blamed for him missing the FA Cup defeat against Bradford City.
Wolfsburg officials travelled to London over the weekend to hold talks with Chelsea about [more]
Holders Arsenal have been drawn against Championship side Middlesbrough in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Aitor Karanka's side knocked out Manchester City in the fourth round and will visit Emirates Stadium on the weekend of 14 and 15 February.
League One side Bradford City are rewarded for eliminating Chelsea with a home tie against Sunderland or Fulham.
The winners of the replay between Cambridge United and Manchester United will visit Preston or Sheffield [more]
West Ham keep first clean sheet in nine league games
Allardyce's side record first win in five
Hull have not scored in 10 of last 15 matches
Bruce's side remain in bottom three
West Ham moved back to within four points of the Champions League places after consigning relegation-threatened Hull to a third consecutive defeat.
Steve Bruce's injury-ravaged Hull had the better of the first half but were badly exposed after the break.
Andy Carroll prodded in after Allan McGregor pushed out Enner Valencia's shot and a cute Morgan Amalfitano dink from Valencia's pass doubled the lead.
Stewart Downing then rolled in a third after Alex Song [more]