The Football Association has charged Everton and West Ham with "failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion" in a stormy 2-1 win for the Merseysiders at Goodison Park on Saturday.
There was a melee after Everton's James McCarthy tackled Morgan Amalfitano, with a number of West Ham players confronting the Republic of Ireland international.
At 65 years old, there is no telling how much longer Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will stay in charge at the club. The manager is now in his 19th season with the Gunners, and as the team currently sits in eighth place in the Premier League table and has gone a decade since winning the Prem title, questions are mounting whether he is capable of leading the club back to the top of the league.
As these questions persist, there is a capable and potentially available coaching option in the form of Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp. The 47-year-old manager has been instrumental in Dortmund's return to prominence over the last six years, culminating in the team winning back-to-back Bundesliga titles (2010-2012) and reaching the Champions League final (2013).
Klopp recently stated he is interested managing in the Prem, and given his strong reputation throughout European football, it would likely take a big club with significant talent -- like Arsenal -- to attract him. Here is a look whether Klopp would be a good fit for the Gunners based on club situation, style of play and personnel/roster adaptation. Also examined are a couple of other potential Prem fits for the Dortmund boss.
Didier Drogba believes that the current Chelsea side poses the most potent attacking threat of any team he has been part of.
Chelsea have already scored 30 goals in the Premier League this season -- six more than their closest rivals -- as they top the table unbeaten this season, and their 5-0 thrashing of Schalke away in the Champions League on Tuesday took their European tally to 14 from four games this term.
Like his manager, Jose Mourinho, Drogba stopped short of comparing the current Chelsea...
Nigeria forward Victor Moses is unlikely to play again this year after hurting his thigh while playing for Stoke City in the Premier League.
Moses, who is on loan at the Britannia Stadium from Chelsea, is facing "at least six weeks on the sidelines" after picking up the injury in the 2-1 loss to Burnley on Saturday, according to the club's official website.
"He has a significant thigh injury which is likely to keep him out for several weeks," assistant manager Mark Bowen added.