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Garcia gets some breathing space


Draw woe for Bournemouth?


No more tuxedos for Toon

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 By Terry Daley

Roma win at Palermo to give Rudi Garcia some breathing space

Roma won 4-2 at Palermo on Sunday to ease the pressure on Rudi Garcia

By the time Salih Ucan fed Gervinho on the edge of area in injury time on Sunday afternoon, Roma had seemingly put the game beyond Palermo once, only to have their 3-0 lead pegged back to 3-2 with a only a few minutes left.

Miralem Pjanic, Alessandro Florenzi and Gervinho had put Roma three up at half-time, but two headed goals from Alberto Gilardino and Giancarlo Gonzalez had put the result back in question. Roma fans were waiting for the inevitable equaliser.

Instead, Gervinho took the pass and...

Brilliant Mesut Ozil leads Arsenal to a stunning rout of Manchester United

Three early goals saw Arsenal past Manchester United, with Alexis Sanchez producing two pieces of magic to stun United.

After a disappointing 3-2 defeat against Olympiakos in the Champions League, Arsenal needed a result to restore the faith of the fans against Manchester United. They certainly got that, as Arsene Wenger's men stormed to a superb 3-0 victory.

Louis van Gaal's side seemed understandably shocked by the vigour with which Arsenal set about the game. They pressed high up the pitch and were ruthless when they attacked. United, by contrast, looked laboured and short of ideas.

Arsenal couldn't maintain that...

Arsenal rampant vs. Man United as Alexis Sanchez scores twice in 3-0 win

Three early goals saw Arsenal past Manchester United, with Alexis Sanchez producing two pieces of magic to stun United.

LONDON -- Three thoughts from Arsenal's stunning 3-0 win over Manchester United at the Emirates...

1. Vintage Arsenal hammer slow Man United

Sunday saw a perfect start and a vintage Arsenal performance from a classic Arsenal situation, all of it reducing Manchester United to a rabble in a way not really seen under Louis van Gaal for a sensational 3-0 win. Not for the first time, Arsene Wenger's side responded to a minor crisis with a major result, but they have never really done so with this kind...

 By David Usher

Liverpool midfield out of sorts in draw at Everton

Liverpool struck first through Danny Ings, but the Merseyside sides ended up sharing the points via a Romelu Lukaku strike.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley thinks that Liverpool's 1-1 away draw against Everton should suffice in keeping Brendan Rodgers' job safe if only for another week.

The Merseyside derby ended honours even, as for the sixth game in succession Liverpool failed to hold onto a lead. England call-up Danny Ings headed the Reds in front but a defensive error by Emre Can allowed Romelu Lukaku to equalise just before half-time. After that it was mostly backs to the wall for Brendan Rodgers' men.

The positive was how the defence and goalkeeper stood firm under increasing pressure from the home side, but the lack of cohesion, invention and drive in Liverpool's attacking...

 By Alex Crook

Ronald Koeman outfoxes Jose Mourinho to underline his credentials

Ronald Koeman hailed his Southampton players for their performance in the 3-1 win over Chelsea.

Southampton fans should be praying their side's stunning 3-1 win at Chelsea on Saturday will not pave the way for Jose Mourinho's departure from Stamford Bridge -- because his successor could have been standing in the opposition technical area.

During his 16-month tenure at Southampton, Ronald Koeman has more than proved he has the skillset to take charge of one of Europe's elite clubs. Surely he will not be overlooked forever.

With Mourinho and Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers coming under scrutiny,...

Dick Advocaat exit leaves Sunderland pondering replacement options

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Sunderland are crying out for stability.

Once again, as has happened with bleak regularity in Sunderland's nine years in the Premier League, a fight for survival must proceed with a new manager in charge.

Dignified as it may have been, Sunday's announcement of Dick Advocaat's resignation leaves owner Ellis Short with a tough decision on succession. It is one he tends to get only half right each time he is forced to make it.

Martin O'Neill, Paolo Di Canio, Gus Poyet and Advocaat all showed remarkable inspirational powers to dig Sunderland...