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Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
2 hours ago

Man United boss Louis van Gaal not worried about Jonny Evans injury

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Alejandro Moreno react to Manchester United's 5-3 loss against Leicester City.

Louis van Gaal believes Manchester United can manage without defender Jonny Evans as they wait to find out the severity of the centre-back's injury.

- Brewin: Van Gaal's work is far from done
- Patterson: United back to the drawing board
Player Ratings: Is Rooney really the right captain?

Evans, 26, was pictured with his foot in a protective cast after he was taken off in the first half of United's 5-3 defeat at Leicester on Sunday, before eventually leaving the King Power Stadium on...


2 hours ago

Mark Hughes keen to keep Peter Crouch at Stoke City in January

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says his team's performance was good enough for maximum points against Queens Park Rangers.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes will be only too happy to tell QPR boss Harry Redknapp to forget about signing striker Peter Crouch should he get a call when the transfer window reopens in January.

The 6-foot-7 frontman impressed on Saturday at Loftus Road, one of his former clubs, scoring at the start of the second half before a late free-kick from Niko Kranjcar secured a 2-2 draw for the home side.

Redknapp -- who managed Crouch at Portsmouth, twice, at Southampton and also at Tottenham -- makes no secret...

 Posted by Max Hicks
2 hours ago

Ten man Swans show signs of maturity despite loss

Garry Monk believes Swansea City deserved more after their 0-1 defeat against Southampton, but explains the belief must remain in his squad.

Southampton's hex over Swansea continued with a 1-0 win for the Saints on Saturday. The match was surprisingly far from one for the purists, with players from both sides looking more likely to start a fight than score a goal. Here are three observations from the game:

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Garry Monk is a quick learner

Last Saturday, Swansea shocked Chelsea by starting aggressively, pressing relentlessly, and forcing mistakes from the Blues. The Swans own mistake was to try too much, too soon; with Swansea exhausted...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
3 hours ago

Pablo Zabaleta shocked Diego Costa wasn't sent off in Man City-Chelsea

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to the referee's decisions to show Pablo Zableta a second yellow card for his challenge on Diego Costa.

Pablo Zabaleta has said he "can't believe that Diego Costa remained on the pitch" in the same incident that saw the Manchester City defender sent off during Sunday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea.

- Delaney: Defence the star of the show
- Jolly: Lampard stops Chelsea running away
Player Ratings: Man City pull off gutsy draw

Zabaleta received a second yellow card following a challenge on Costa, before the striker reacted by leaping to his feet and confronting his opponent.

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The Spain international...


Kevin Hughes Aston Villa Posted by Kevin Hughes
3 hours ago

Gunners bring Aston Villa back down to earth

Aston Villa coach Paul Lambert laments giving up three quick goals but is happy with 10 points in five games.

A 0-3 home defeat to Arsenal brought Aston Villa's four-match unbeaten start to the season to an end. It also confirmed what many a seasoned Villa supporter knows only too well: the club is in the early stages of rebuilding and recovery, and has a long way to go yet before once again becoming residents of the top six, or even top 10, of this league.

The pre-match coverage of how Paul Lambert has turned the team around, coupled with the focus of entering the weekend in second place in the Premier...