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The numbers tell a sorry tale for faltering Everton

Everton manager Roberto Martinez was disappointed with his side's defensive lapses in their 3-2 defeat to Newcastle.

The statistics paint a bleak picture for an out-of-form Everton side suffering a third successive league defeat in their 3-2 defeat at Newcastle. Even the first signs of overdue tinkering from manager Roberto Martinez could not steer the Blues toward three points.

In a dramatic role reversal from a first season in which Martinez regularly displayed invention and creativity toward tactics and substitutions, the Toffees' boss has faced criticism for perceived predictability in recent weeks.

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Stoke await Manchester United after season's first back-to-back victories

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes was delighted with his side's 2-0 win over a struggling West Brom which saw his side climb to 11th place in the Premier League.

Aside from death and taxes, there are few certainties in life. But, Stoke beating West Brom is certainly towards the top of the list as the Potters recorded their latest 2-0 win to leave Baggies manager Alan Irvine nervously watching his mobile phone for the rest of the evening.

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Stoke's victory -- their second in three days -- means that they have recorded their first back-to-back wins of the campaign as they seek to find that ever elusive consistency. That both wins were accompanied by clean sheets...

 By Michael Cox

Chelsea diving debate illustrates larger problem for referees and clubs

Eden Hazard's curler rescued a point, as Southampton held the league leaders to a 1-1 draw.

Top-level managers usually find a way to dictate the media agenda following a disappointing result. After Chelsea's 1-1 draw at Southampton on Sunday afternoon, Jose Mourinho chose to accuse referees of having a 'campaign' against Chelsea, after Cesc Fabregas was harshly booked for diving in the second half.

The incident was unusual. Fabregas, on the right-hand side of the box, was tripped by an accidental challenge by Southampton youngster Matt Targett. The left-back hadn't actually intended...

 By Paul Murphy

Onwards and upwards: five 2015 wishes for Thailand football

Following their fourth AFF title, Thailand is now aiming for higher things including a World Cup berth.

Thai football enters 2015 on a high after the success of Kiatisuk Senamuang's national side in December's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The young War Elephants played skillful, attacking football, scoring some spectacular goals. But just as importantly was the way in which they responded to adversity.

- Duerden: Thailand have a bright Asian future

Thailand teams in the past have tended to lose their discipline when things have gone against them. However, the...

 By Jim Daly

Familiar feelings as Keith Millen helps Palace grind out a much needed point

Keith Millen has stepped into a care-taker manager role for Palace three times in the past 14 months.

Here we are again. Crystal Palace with no manager, battling to a hard-earned point in a game with little to no entertainment. This happens so often. Last October Keith Millen took charge when Ian Holloway stepped down as Eagles manager and steadied what was a rapidly sinking ship. After two defeats he helped Palace earn a 0-0 draw at home to Everton; it was the first glimpse of light after what had been a dark few months.

Now he's back in the temporary hot seat (the third time he's been called upon...

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Manchester City maneuvering for magical Messi move

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe examines the political intricacies surrounding Lionel Messi's future in Barcelona.

As the final days of 2014 come to a close, Transfer Talk count the hours until the clock strikes midnight, bringing the dawn of 2015 and the January transfer window.

Man City maneuvering for Messi

Back in November, rumours began to swirl that Lionel Messi was considering his future at Barcelona. This stemmed from his remarks, saying, "It is true that I said I would like to stay [at Barcelona] forever, but sometimes not everything turns out the way you want." Ever since he's been linked with...