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 By Rory Smith
about a minute ago

Rising sense of fan entitlement devalues football loyalties

Supporters can get quite upset when they spend plenty of money on a ticket only to watch their team sustain a lopsided loss.
Supporters can get quite upset when they spend plenty of money on a ticket only to watch their team sustain a lopsided loss.

It could happen this weekend, though the fixtures do not really suggest it. It could be at Tottenham, theoretically, or at Southampton again. If not, then it will only be a matter of days: Arsenal next week, perhaps, or Stamford Bridge or Selhurst Park. It will happen, though, and soon, and then one group of fans will have a choice to make.

The choice is this. Your team is losing. Badly. They are four goals down, maybe five, and there is still half an hour to play. It is an age-old question, of...

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Irvine given no cause to be nasty

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Affable West Brom boss Alan Irvine claims he does have a Glaswegian "nasty side" but is thankful his in-form players have hardly caused him to bare his teeth yet.

The Scot is quickly winning over his doubters after an impressive start to life as a top-flight head coach.

His appointment was met with derision by many Albion fans when chairman Jeremy Peace brought him in to replace Pepe Mel in the summer, with supporters unhappy with his lack of managerial pedigree.

However, a solid start to the Barclays...

2 hours ago

Louis van Gaal: Jose Mourinho's success has been a surprise to me

Huge game this weekend in the Barclays Premier League, as the past greats of English football, Manchester United, take on the champions-elect, Chelsea. Ian Fiveankles explains EXACTLY what happens in this match, so you don't even have to watch it.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admitted he had been surprised by the way his former assistant Jose Mourinho has become one of the world's top managers, saying he could not have predicted it.

Mourinho was on Van Gaal's coaching team during his first spell in charge of Barcelona, between 1997 and 2000, and the two face each other when United host Chelsea on Sunday.

Since becoming a manager in his own right, Mourinho has won the Champions League with both Porto and Inter Milan and seven league...

2 hours ago

Burnley strikers must start stepping up with goals

Burnley manager Sean Dyche explains his side need to find the winning element if they are to remain in the Premier League, following their 1-3 defeat to West Ham.

Burnley's winless start to the season is mostly down to a misfiring strike force that remains without a goal after eight league and cup matches.

Last season's star, Danny Ings, has had a disappointingly slow start to the new campaign and summer arrivals Lukas Jutkiewicz and Marvin Sordell have also failed to make an impact in front of goal. The final member of Burnley's less-than-fabulous four up front, Ashley Barnes, has looked out of his depth in the Premier League.

Patience is quickly wearing...

 By Ben Jacobs
2 hours ago

After encouraging start, Leicester's Premier League honeymoon is over

Swansea manager Garry Monk speaks of the importance of getting the full three points in their upcoming fixture against Leicester.

Leicester's Premier League honeymoon is well and truly over. A loss at Swansea could leave the Foxes in the relegation zone by the close of the weekend. It still feels like an encouraging start to the season, but the table doesn't lie: City are moving in the wrong direction.

There's still little wrong with Leicester's home form, even though too many goals are being leaked at the King Power Stadium. However, on the road the Foxes are getting dragged into too many dogfights. Last weekend's 1-0 loss...