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 By Michael Cox
30 minutes ago

Manchester City likely regret selling Jerome Boateng to Bayern Munich

Manchester City strikers Sergio Aguero and Stefan Jovetic have been passed fit to play against Bayern Munich.

Having triumphed in the Premier League for the second time, Manchester City's obvious objective this season was to finally impress in European competition. A defeat in their opening game of their Champions League campaign, 1-0 at Bayern Munich, wasn't the ideal beginning.

Losing 1-0 at Bayern is no disgrace, but the nature of the defeat was particularly frustrating. The goal came in the final minute of the game, and it was also scored by an ex-City player: Jerome Boateng's long-range strike appeared...

2 hours ago

Manchester United won't lodge complaint over arrested fan

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he wasn't pleased with first half, but United eventually claimed all three points.

Manchester United have decided against lodging a complaint over an incident at the Emirates Stadium which saw an Arsenal fan throw red wine at the visitors' bench.

A fan was arrested following the incident which happened after an own goal by Kieran Gibbs saw United take the lead in the 2-1 win on Saturday. Arsenal have promised stiff action against the fan if he is found guilty.


- Van Gaal: We can improve despite Arsenal win
- Brewin: United's trusted methods

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- Brewin: United have excuses

United confirmed an incident, believed to involve red wine, took place but are happy with how Arsenal dealt with the situation...

3 hours ago

Arsenal's trophy-less misery begins early this season after Man Utd defeat

It was another big, big weekend in the English Premier League, Anthony Richardson recaps the best and worst of it.

What a shame that Lionel Messi instead of Danny Welbeck wasn't at the Emirates to bury one of the 187 chances Arsenal had against Manchester United on Saturday.

Come to think of it, ex-future Arsenal legend Cristiano Ronaldo would have probably done something novel -- like, you know, scored -- on the one vs. one from six yards out that Jack Wilshere sent straight into David De Gea's hands.

Best of Premier League Week 12 Ratings and Reaction

- Premier League Team of the Weekend
- Brewin: Excuses aplenty for Wenger, Van Gaal
- Arsenal ratings: Defeat was "typical Wilshere"
- Man United ratings: De Gea the hero again
- Brewin: Pool crash at Palace again
- Liverpool ratings: Abject all round from Reds
- Delaney: Chelsea on song vs. West Brom

And it's a pretty safe bet, too, that Yaya Toure or Vincent Kompany or anyone else in the galaxy of stars...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
3 hours ago

Return to Inter Milan 'impossible' for Liverpool's Mario Balotelli - agent

The ESPN FC team grade Mario Balotelli's performances so far this season with Liverpool, and all agree he needs to start scoring goals.

Mario Balotelli's agent says that the a move back to Inter Milan to rejoin Roberto Mancini is "impossible" for the Liverpool striker.

Balotelli, 24, has struggled since moving from AC Milan to Liverpool this summer, and has failed to score in the Premier League this season as Brendan Rodgers' side lie in 12th place.

Rodgers suggested in October that the striker's long-term Anfield future would be in doubt if he failed to find form and discipline, though the player's agent Mino Raiola told la Politica...

4 hours ago

Crisis Talk: Where do Liverpool and Arsenal go from here?

The ESPN FC team discuss Arsenal's defensive struggles in their 1-2 defeat to Manchester United, and whether or not Arsene Wenger will step aside as manager.

Both Liverpool and Arsenal's seasons plumbed new depths at the weekend as the crisis clubs lost more ground in the Premier League. For Liverpool, a 3-1 defeat at Crystal Palace was their fourth loss in a row in all competitions. Arsenal, meanwhile, lost 2-1 against Manchester United and this is their worst start to a season since 1982.

There were murmurs of "Wenger Out" among some sections of the Arsenal support on Saturday evening, while Liverpool fans must be wondering what is up with Brendan...