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Alan Pardew heads up the Premier League sack race

After a run of dismal results, it appears that the end is nigh for Newcastle boss Alan Pardew.

The Premier League sack race is back for its third installment to look at which Premier League managers are walking the tightrope and which are resting easy in the knowledge they have some job security.

The front-runner

Things move fast in the Premier League, so by the time you read this Alan Pardew (odds to be the next manager to go - 1/6) may already have been handed his cards at Newcastle. Owner Mike Ashley apparently made clear that defeat at Stoke would spell the end for his manager (despite...

 Posted by Mike Whalley
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Brendan Rodgers looking at new contract for 'superstar' Steven Gerrard

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists that their UEFA Champions League match against Basel won't be an easy game.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told the Liverpool Echo the club are continuing to look at a new contract for captain Steven Gerrard -- but that no decision on a deal has yet been made.

- Usher: Defensive solidity the key for Liverpool at Basel

Former England captain Gerrard, who has been with the Reds since he was nine years old, has only eight months to run on the contract extension he signed in 2013.

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 Posted by John Cross
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The 18 points of Arsene Wenger's 18 years at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger's impact on Arsenal and English football will be felt for many years to come.
Arsene Wenger's impact on Arsenal and English football will be felt for many years to come.

Arsene Wenger celebrates his 18th anniversary of taking charge at Arsenal on Wednesday. With that, here are 18 reasons as to how Wenger has revolutionised, changed and improved Arsenal and English football.

1. Training - Wenger put a stopwatch around his neck and called time on old-fashioned training methods and stretches to make it all short, sharp and intense sessions. Wenger also helped design the new revolutionary training ground when the old one burnt down. Wenger didn't burn it down. Honest.

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ESPN FC Player of the Month: Lionel Messi, Diego Costa, Cristiano Ronaldo?

The ESPN FC team debate their player of the month: Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo or Diego Costa.

August saw Diego Costa sweep up the award and two of the three nominated players from last month are back again as Europe's top performers for September have been whittled to a three-man short list in consultation with stats website WhoScored.com and ESPN FC's writers. Now it's up to you to select which of the three deserves to be named the ESPN FC Player of the Month.

Whether you agree with the nominations or think there are notable omissions, let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag...

 Posted by Peter Thorne
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Signs of harmony emerge in West Ham, Sam Allardyce relationship

Manchester United picked up their second win of the year, but it was a hard fought win that saw Wayne Rooney sent off for a reckless challenge.

For many years I carried a clipping around in my wallet. It was a cartoon cut from a daily newspaper depicting a surly-looking man wearing a scarf and bobble hat with the crossed Hammer insignia on it, walking obliviously in front of two girls who were discussing him. "Passionate?" said one. "I should say so! Just let anyone try and criticise West Ham."

Apart from the amusing aspect of the cartoon itself, the simple drawing seemed to summon up some greater depth in the psyche of the average Hammers...