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Fernandes demands end to row

QPR 18 minutes ago

Man Utd field second-youngest side in Europe

Manchester United about an hour ago

Fergie defends choice of Moyes

Man Ut about an hour ago
19 minutes ago

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes wants end to Redknapp-Taarabt row

The ESPN FC crew react to Harry Redknapp's comments concerning Adel Taarabt's weight issues, and believe this may be the last straw with the already out of favour QPR midfielder.

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has ordered manager Harry Redknapp and forward Adel Taarabt to put a halt to their public row about the player's fitness.

Redknapp had refused to relent on his claim after Sunday's 3-2 Liverpool defeat that Taarabt is "about three stone overweight."

Taarabt released pictures holding up his shirt in a bid to dispel Redknapp's jibes, claiming the former Tottenham boss has used him as a scapegoat for QPR's early-season troubles.

Yet on Tuesday the war of words escalated as...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
42 minutes ago

Roy Keane: Mourinho's mind games easy with '£300m' Chelsea squad

The ESPN FC team discuss Roy Keane's comments on Jose Mourinho walking to shake hands with the Aston Villa coaching staff before the end of a Premier League game.

Roy Keane has reignited his war of words with Jose Mourinho, telling the Evening Standard it is easy for the Chelsea manager to play mind games with a squad worth 300 million pounds.

The Aston Villa assistant manager again branded Mourinho "disgraceful" for attempting to shake his hand before the final whistle as Villa suffered a 3-0 defeat by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last month.

Keane spoke of his anger at Mourinho for disrespecting him and Villa manager Paul Lambert, with the Blues boss claiming...

56 minutes ago

Berahino on the road to stardom & England -- but maybe a WBA exit

West Brom manager Alan Irvine was disappointed his team squandered leads twice against Manchester United and could not close the game out.

Saido Berahino continued his blistering start to the season with his sixth league goal during West Brom's 2-2 draw with Manchester United on Monday and international recognition with England must be beckoning. His form doesn't look like slowing down any time soon, which can only be good for both the Baggies and Berahino's hopes of a senior England cap.

The most impressive aspect of the striker's goal against United was its certainty. Once through, the England U21 man did not look like missing. He's...

about an hour ago

Man Utd field week's second-youngest side in Europe vs. West Brom

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says its important for young players to get first team minutes.

Manchester United named the second-youngest team across Europe's top five leagues this weekend on Monday night to back up manager Louis van Gaal's claims that he gives young players a chance.

The former Premier League champions picked a starting XI for the 2-2 draw at West Bromwich Albion with an average age of 24.6 years, putting them older only than Valencia's lineup (24.4), according to research by the CIES Football Observatory.

Van Gaal's starting XI included teenagers Luke Shaw and Adnan...

 By PA Sport
about an hour ago

Sunderland players offer fans refund after 8-0 humiliation at Southampton

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet explains that the 8-nil thumping at the hands of Southampton was his most embarrassing time of his football career.

Sunderland's shell-shocked players have offered to refund the cost of supporters' tickets for their 8-0 Premier League humiliation at Southampton.

More than 2,500 fans who made the long trip to the south coast on Saturday will be able to claim back the 24 pound cost of admission, or have the sum donated to city-based children's hospice Grace House instead.

Skipper John O'Shea said: "We win and lose as a team, players, staff and fans. However we wanted to acknowledge and thank the supporters who travelled...