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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

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Trippier's son in awe of Poch

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Premier League transfers: What the big boys still need to do in the market

Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.

The transfer market is intensifying and every day seems to bring a major deal, but what more do the seven biggest Premier League clubs need to do before the window shuts at the end of August? And who's in the best shape?

CHELSEA

The capture of Alvaro Morata is excellent news for Chelsea supporters, but there's still so much more to be done; little wonder that manager Antonio Conte has been less than impressed with his paymasters. The champions have covered the major gaps, bringing in Morata for...

Kieran Trippier's son captured in awe of Mauricio Pochettino's son

ORLANDO -- Kieran Trippier has revealed that a mesmerised picture of his son prompted a message from his Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Trippier has described Pochettino as the "best manager in the world" but based on this picture of his new son Jacob, taken at the final home game of last season, he is not even the biggest Poch fan in the family.

And Trippier says the picture of Jacob, gazing in awe at Poch, has caused a stir.

"A lot of people were tweeting me about that! Even the manager...

Josh Onomah targets Tottenham first XI spot after U20 World Cup success

Tottenham got the best of PSG in an entertaining ICC showdown that produced exciting goals from both sides.

ORLANDO -- Josh Onomah wants to use the experience of winning the Under-20 World Cup to force his way into the Tottenham team alongside his idol Mousa Dembele.

Onomah, 20, started just three matches last season, all in the domestic cups, and he played a total of 18 minutes in the Premier League in five brief cameos.

But the midfielder was a crucial part of Paul Simpson's victorious England Under-20 squad, who became the first English team to a win a World Cup at any level since 1966.

Onomah received...