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Premier League clubs' agents fees increased to £130m in 2014-15

Anthony RIchardson brings you the best (and worst) of an eventful weekend in the Prem.

Premier League clubs paid out nearly £130 million to agents last year -- a £15 million increase on the year before.

Liverpool spent the most of any club, £14.3m, followed by Manchester United (£13.8m) and Manchester City (£12.4m) with the total reaching £129.86m for the year ending Sept. 30. Chelsea and Arsenal both spent £11.9m while at the other end of the scale newcomers Watford spent £1.6m.

The total spent in the Championship was £26.1m, £3.2m...

 By Tony Evans

Arsene Wenger unfairly criticised for playing Alexis Sanchez

Despite Alexis Sanchez picking up an apparent injury, Arsene Wenger insists he was not wrong to play him.

How could Arsene Wenger be so stupid? As Alexis Sanchez hobbled down the tunnel at Carrow Road on Sunday, any optimism surrounding Arsenal's prospects for the season seemed to disappear with him.

Sanchez suffered a hamstring injury during the 1-1 draw with Norwich City and faces a layoff at a crucial point in the season. The forward is unlikely to be fit for next week's Champions League Group F match against Olympiakos, a game Arsenal need to win by two goals to qualify for the knockout phase of...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea are in crisis as Garry Monk's trusted players lose at Liverpool

A handball from Swansea cost them the game, giving Liverpool a penalty that decided the match.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner talks about the influence Jurgen Klopp is having on a Liverpool club that is suddenly on the rise.
Jurgen Klopp says he's unconcerned with the narrow margin Liverpool's win over Swansea, and believes his side is improving.
Garry Monk could feel the frustration at Anfield because of how well his side played, despite losing 1-0 to Liverpool.

Swansea's defeat away to Liverpool on Sunday seemed inevitable, but the close 1-0 scoreline was a surprise. However much of a small victory that result might seem, it was still the worst possible outcome for those fans looking for a swift resolution to the Swans' crisis.

Had the team been humiliated the way Liverpool demolished Manchester City 4-1 in their last league game, then Swansea might be looking for a new manager and there would at least be a sense of progress. A draw, or even a first-ever...