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 By Richard Hall

Gnoukouri continues to show his potential at Inter Milan

Eighteen-year-old Assane Demoya Gnoukouri has not looked out of place in Inter's midfield.
Eighteen-year-old Assane Demoya Gnoukouri has not looked out of place in Inter's midfield.

Inter Milan followed up their derby draw with a home win against Roma at the Giuseppe Meazza this weekend. There is now potential for a run of form as they have improved immeasurably since beating Verona. It is also not a coincidence that this turn in fortune has coincided with the introduction of young midfielder Assane Demoya Gnoukouri, whose excellent displays are partly behind the team's improvements.

Thanks to goals from Hernanes and Mauro Icardi, the Nerazzurri produced a very competent...

Relegation beckons as QPR fail to take advantage of sleepy West Ham

Charlie Austin missed a first-half penalty as QPR's survival hopes were left hanging by a thread after they were held to a goalless draw by West Ham.

When it came down to it, Queens Park Rangers just did not have the players to beat West Ham on Saturday. The West London side probably don't have the players to give themselves another painfully hopeful chance of staying in the Premier League, either.

They had Rob Green back in fine form on his 100th club appearance. They had Richard Dunne back to his indestructible best, following a knee injury that would have ended a lesser man's season. They had a perfectly good goal disallowed, their midfield...

'Chepo' de la Torre erasing doubts at helm of Chivas' dramatic turnaround

Chepo de la Torre took over Chivas late in 2014, and the Guadalajara club have gone from relegation contenders to Clausura league leaders.

It's hard for me to admit that Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre has been making the right choices at Chivas. To this day, I can't help but think of the manager when he was in charge of the Mexican national team a few years ago. At first, that wasn't so bad.

El Tri enjoyed two beautiful years in 2011 and 2012. During the summer of 2011, "Chepo" led the national team through a perfect Gold Cup tournament in the United States. They went undefeated in the competition and eventually lifted the trophy...

 By Chris Rann

Ronald Koeman moves past Pochettino as Saints draw with Spurs

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman believes it was a fantastic game against Tottenham Hotspur, and both teams played to win it.

In a game that ran the risk of becoming a sideshow given Mauricio Pochettino's return to St. Mary's, it was a relief to see an entertaining result (2-2) in such an important clash between two sides vying for fifth place.

Ronald Koeman will probably be slightly more disappointed with a point than his predecessor as his team wasted several gilt-edged chances to win the game, but on the balance of play it was a fairly even match and the vitriol that might have been expected toward Pochettino played...

 By David Usher

Liverpool must beat Hull to keep up chase for top four spot

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants to win the rest of the matches to put pressure on the four teams above them in the Premier League table.

After Saturday's frustrating 0-0 draw at West Brom when Liverpool came up against a home side set up with the sole intent of avoiding defeat, Brendan Rodgers' men should be gearing up for more of the same as they travel to struggling Hull City on Tuesday night.

Currently in 16th place, one point off the drop zone, Hull need points even more desperately than West Brom did so perhaps they'll show a little more ambition and go for all three rather than just one, but it's more than likely that they'll...

 By Jason Davis

Toronto rebounds, L.A. visits New York and goals aplenty on Saturday

Orlando City SC continued their winless run at home as Jozy Altidore scored two goals for Toronto FC.

Toronto FC arrived in Orlando a team squeezed by immense pressure built up over four straight losing performances. Rumors about the potential fate of their coach exploded in midweek, a distraction that only added to the importance of the Sunday's match with Orlando City. The only way to release all that pressure, and put any speculation about Greg Vanney's job on hold, was to win.

TFC did just that, 2-0, with both goals coming from Jozy Altidore. Altidore put the ball in the net for the first...