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Richards loan sad but necessary

Manchester City about an hour ago
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Mitten: Fans keep the faith

Manchester United about an hour ago
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Zenit sign Bart Simpson

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Micah Richards' move to Fiorentina is regrettable but necessary

Micah Richards was once Manchester City's youngest captain; now he's about to embark on a season-long loan at Fiorentina.

"Sentiment is a chemical defect found in the losing side." Those were words spoken by Sherlock Holmes in the BBC's recent adaptation, as he was explaining how he had solved the case in spectacular style at the very last second. While it may have been a modern dramatisation of the Arthur Conan Doyle classic, the words do hold some merit.

See, there's a lot of sentimentality at Manchester City surrounding one player in particular -- and it's entirely understandable. Micah Richards is the Blues'...

 Posted by Mark Worrall
about an hour ago

Mourinho warranted in his concerns over defence

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti's weighs in on Chelsea and Everton's free-scoring match, which saw some awful defence from both sides.

With the dust still settling after Chelsea's frenetic 6-3 victory over Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday, Blues boss Jose Mourinho will have spent the past 48 hours reflecting on the positives and negatives of the result.

The positives are many. Six goals scored, Diego Costa's form, the link-up play of Cesc Fabregas, and the fact that three games into the season Chelsea are top of the Premier League - - all these things have given Mourinho an extra spring in his step...but it is the negatives...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
about an hour ago

Fans the bright spot of Manchester United's season so far

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti gives his take on Louis Van Gaal and Manchester United.

Managers are required to walk across the pitch to get back to the dressing room at Burnley's Turf Moor.

There's no slipping away while nobody is looking. You either walk across the pitch and muddy your shoes or go past the 4,400 wooden seats in the away end, which on Saturday was packed with what will be Manchester United's biggest league away allocation of the season. It's just over half of the 8,000 tickets visiting teams used to receive at nearby Blackburn, but it's rare to get a full end as ...

 Posted by Chris Wright
2 hours ago

Zenit sign Bart Simpson

Kudos must go to Zenit Saint Petersburg for somehow managing to eclipse Manchester United's imminent acquisition of Radamel Falcao by pulling off the highest-profile transfer deadline day signing in the history of the game.

We're not sure how he passed a medical, but Zenit have snapped up 10-year-old wonderkid Bart Simpson!

2 hours ago

Medhi Benatia's Bayern bow good for Morocco and Africa

Roma defender Medhi Benatia is set for a move to Bayern Munich as Bayern look to replace injured Javi Martinez.

Among the moves from Africa are some small but important ones, such as highly rated Ethiopian striker Saladin Said's from Wadi Degla to Egyptian giants Al-Ahly. Others cover less ground and may have less of an impact, like Mubarak Wakaso, the Ghanaian who has gone from Rubin Kazan to Celtic.

There were some unexpected transfers (in terms of destination), like Zambian midfielder Isaac Chansa's exit from his home country, where he played for Zanaco, to Lajong FC in the Indian Super League. And the...

 Posted by David Hirshey
2 hours ago

Say goodbye to 'boring' Chelsea

League leaders Chelsea made a real statement of intent with their 6-3 shootout victory over Everton.

I believe it was Benjamin Franklin who coined the maxim "In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." Having not lived through the Premier League era, Ben can be forgiven for not knowing life's other constant: "Chelsea matches are always boring."

But after Saturday, I can't even bank on that old chestnut anymore. If English soccer continues to be this wild and unpredictable, who knows? Someday Arsenal might even acquire a reliable striker.

For years, as Jose M...