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Wayne Rooney: United fans should not blame Memphis Depay for draw

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says considering the mistakes Man United and Chelsea made in the match, neither team deserved a win.

Wayne Rooney has insisted that Memphis Depay should not be made a scapegoat for Chelsea's late equaliser against Manchester United on Sunday as he urged fans not to blame the Dutchman.

Substitute Depay, who had only been on the pitch for four minutes, gave the ball away before Chelsea broke away and Diego Costa made the score 1-1 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

While manager Louis van Gaal lamented the way possession was lost, supporters turned on Depay on social media.

Memphis Depay should retain fans' support despite his error against Chelsea, Wayne Rooney says.

But captain Rooney was adamant...

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp 'back in the race' after having appendix removed

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic believes pressure is not driving Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to attend their FA Cup match, despite having his appendix removed on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp has given himself a clean bill of health and called for his Liverpool side to find some consistency in Tuesday's FA Cup fourth-round replay at West Ham.

The Reds manager was back at work on Monday two days after having his appendix removed, and said he was fully recovered from the operation, which he revealed was carried out by a Liverpool season-ticket holder.

Having been diagnosed by club doctor Andy Massey on Friday night and admitted to hospital on Saturday, Klopp watched Saturday's...

Arsenal need good run after Bournemouth win - Laurent Koscielny

Eddie Howe believes his team outplayed Arsenal in the second half of Bournemouth's 2-0 loss Sunday,

Laurent Koscielny has urged Arsenal to kick on from their vital win at Bournemouth and put themselves firmly back into the Premier League title picture.

Having been top of the table at the turn of the year, Arsene Wenger's men slipped to fourth following a four-game winless streak before securing a 2-0 victory against the Cherries on Sunday afternoon.

The victory takes Arsenal five points behind leaders Leicester, who visit the Emirates Stadium on Sunday looking to keep their unexpected title tilt...

Leicester title push continues but Tottenham are equally well-placed

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the SPI indicating that Leicester City are now Premier League title favourites.
The ESPN FC crew present their Team of the Weekend for the 25th round of matches in the English Premier League.

Let the rest of soccer-loving mankind revel in Leicester City's little-fox-who-could fairytale season. Me, I'm trying to stave off impending doom: for the first time since the Jurassic era, Spurs are looking down on Arsenal in the Premier League table, albeit purely on goal differential. Still, given that it's Spurs, the other North London club that has kept to its place (usually fifth or sixth) over the years, that's sufficient to send any Dennis Bergkamp jersey-wearing Gooner to the nearest pub...

Cesar Azpilicueta: John Terry always gives everything for Chelsea

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says considering the mistakes Man United and Chelsea made in the match, neither team deserved a win.

Cesar Azpilicueta says that he expects John Terry to give his all for Chelsea amid his contract stand off.

The 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday saw Terry make his first appearance at Stamford Bridge since declaring Chelsea would not be extending his contract this summer.

The 35-year-old captain thanked supporters following the game, but said there had been no communication with the club over his future.

The Blues maintain a contract offer could yet be tabled to Terry, who is set to make...