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Striker Roberto Soldado has thanked Tottenham fans for their support and says he is "ashamed" of his performances for the club so far.
Soldado, 29, has netted only seven goals in 38 Premier League appearances -- four from the penalty spot -- since joining the club from Valencia ahead of the 2013-14 campaign.
The Spaniard is not happy with his start to life in England, but says he will do his upmost to turn things around.
"From the first minute I'm involved, even before I've done anything, the fans...
Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling has won the prestigious European Golden Boy award for 2014.
The award is given to the best young player in world football and was originally established by Italian newspaper Tuttosport and is voted for by a number of top publications from across the game.
All players under the age of 21 are eligible and a 40-man shortlist was initially revealed, featuring Liverpool teammate Lazar Markovic and on-loan striker Divock Origi.
Sterling, 20, has shone under Brendan Rodgers...
While Arsene Wenger was at least occasionally joking in his Friday news conference, Brendan Rodgers seemed genuinely abrasive. Gone was the charm so often associated with the Liverpool manager, so too the long descriptive lines about his team's style of play.
Rodgers was abrupt, to the point and occasionally on the attack. He was also defensive of some of his players, particularly Raheem Sterling and Mario Balotelli.
In other words, Rodgers was everything off the pitch that his team need to...
Nick Miller looks at five key talking points regarding Sunday's clash between Liverpool and Arsenal at Anfield.
1. Will pressure actually help Raheem Sterling?
All the warnings about Raheem Sterling this season seem to have centred on his heavy workload and even heavier weight of expectation, with concerns that such pressure would burn out one of the brightest hopes of English football before he could really start. While it's true that Brendan Rodgers doesn't seem to have managed Sterling's workload...