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John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
17 hours ago

Deadline-day debutants: How they fared last weekend

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think did the best business in the summer transfer window.

Damn the international break. We had to wait nearly two weeks to see those players signed in the witching hour of the summer transfer window play for their new clubs.

ESPN FC runs down the deadline-day debutants who made their bow over the Premier League weekend. Was it worth the wait?

- Macintosh: Heroes and Villains
- Premier League: Team of the week
- Payne: United debutants deliver

Danny Welbeck (Arsenal vs Manchester City) 6/10

Perhaps the chance came too early in his Gunners career but Welbeck...


 Posted by Chris Rann
1 day ago

Koeman has Southampton fans purring

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman was quite pleased with his side's 4-0 victory over Newcastle United.

The personnel may have significantly changed over the summer at St. Mary's, but the ability to give former boss Alan Pardew a hard time on the South Coast certainly hasn't. A 4-0 win for Southampton deepened the gloom for Pardew and his desperate Toon side.

- Report: Southampton 4-0 Newcastle
- Koeman: I feel for Pardew
- Ryder: Newcastle hit rock bottom

Ronald Koeman's new (and dare I say it improved?) Saints not only matched the score line achieved by Mauricio Pochettino in last season's corresponding...

4 days ago

Doom and gloom lifts as Southampton expect result vs. Newcastle

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman believes that his side did not play with the right tempo to win the game.

Ronald Koeman will be looking to build on his first Premier League victory at West Ham before the international break with his first maximum at St. Mary's on Saturday. The Dutchman's new-look Saints host Newcastle United and former Southampton manager Alan Pardew.

This might seem the ideal game for Koeman to build some momentum. With the Geordies notoriously struggling with the long trips to the South Coast (and vice versa when Saints go North East) and with unrest among the Toon fans, who are less...

 Posted by Chris Rann
Sep 3, 2014

How did Southampton do in the window?

A look at some of football's biggest transfers during the 2014 summer transfer window.

Ins and Outs

Players in: Dusan Tadic (FC Twente, £10.9m), Graziano Pelle (Feyenoord, £9m), Ryan Bertrand (Chelsea, loan), Fraser Forster (Celtic, loan), Shane Long (Hull, undisclosed), Florin Gardos (Steaua Bucharest, undisclosed), Toby Alderweireld (Atletico Madrid, loan), Sadio Mane (Red Bull Salzburg, undisclosed).

Players out: Luke Shaw (Manchester United, £25m), Adam Lallana (£25million, Liverpool), Rickie Lambert (Liverpool, £4million), Jonathan Forte (released), Dejan...

 Posted by Chris Rann
Aug 31, 2014

Southampton prove and win points

Southampton needed to make a statement of intent in the Premier League this weekend, and so did some of their personnel. In the demolition of West Ham United, they did just that.

While 3-1 may not seem like a particularly one-sided scoreline, the visitor outclassed the host as it came from behind to secure a convincing victory. If the score had been five or even six goals in favour of Southampton, even the most hardened Hammer would have found it difficult to feel hard done by as Ronald Koeman outwitted...

 Posted by Chris Wright
Aug 31, 2014

Chris Kamara completely ignores Jeff Stelling three times

As you're no doubt aware, as far as his live broadcasting career goes, Chris Kamara has a reputation for being a little bit, shall we say ... unpredictable.

Need we remind you of the infamous "Fratton Park Incident" in 2010, wherein an utterly bewildered Kamara, stationed at Portsmouth's ground as Sky Sports' roving reporter, somehow managed to completely miss Pompey defender Anthony Vanden Borre being red-carded against Blackburn: the sole moment of note in an otherwise featureless 0-0 draw.

Ever...