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Pardew must keep busy at Palace

Crystal Palace

Delaney: Klopp must change habits


Schalke confirm Gnabry interest


Manchester United rapidly moving on from Louis van Gaal era

The ESPN FC crew look back at Paul Pogba's performance against Southampton.

It was fairly predictable there would be huge changes at Old Trafford when it was announced that Louis van Gaal would be replaced by Jose Mourinho, but nobody could have foreseen how quickly it would happen.

While Manchester United haven't set the world alight in their first two games, they have played very well, particularly for a side that had so many players who featured at Euro 2016.

There has been some of the expected rustiness but it's hard to name many players who aren't looking considerably...

Wayne Rooney backs Mike Phelan for Hull manager's job on permanent basis

Anthony Richardson recaps an epic weekend in the Premier League, where Hull City and Mike Phelan are in the spotlight.
Hull City manager Mike Phelan says his side forced Swansea to do things they aren't used to doing in the club's 2-0 win.
Hull City caretaker Mike Phelan says the club are awaiting responses to several offers as they look to add needed depth.
Mike Phelan praises Hull City for their performance despite their limited first team squad members.

Wayne Rooney has backed former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan to do a "good job" if he is given the Hull City job on a permanent basis, ahead of the sides' meeting on Saturday.

Phelan is in caretaker charge at Hull following the departure of Steve Bruce on July 22 and has guided the newly promoted side to victories in their opening two Premier League games of the season.

Rooney, who worked with Phelan throughout the 53-year-old's five years as No. 2 at the club, told MUTV: "He obviously...

Christian Benteke shows promise but Pardew must keep busy at Palace

Alan Pardew admits goals have been hard to come by for Crystal Palace.

The EFL Cup provided a welcome respite from the pressures of Premier League football for Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew this week, allowing him to give the unfit and untested an opportunity to stretch those muscles, kick a few passes about and to, crucially, win a game.

It wasn't a monumental victory. Palace defeated League 2 Blackpool with an ease that wasn't reflected by the meagre 2-0 scoreline -- but it was a win, and opened up an opportunity for the 7000 supporters that attended to see...

Arsenal working on Lucas Perez, Shkodran Mustafi deals - Wenger

The ESPN FC crew discuss the rumours that Valencia's Shkodran Mustafi and Deportivo's Lucas Perez are set to sign for Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Brian McBride talks the club that needs to spend the most before transfer deadline day.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Arsenal's issues do not revolve around new defender Rob Holding, but rather their lack of strikers.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal are closing in on signing striker Lucas Perez and centre-back Shkodran Mustafi but says the deals are yet to be completed.

"We are working on the deals," Wenger said on Friday at a news conference. "We are not close enough to announce to you today that they will sign for us. Will we sign anybody before the end of the transfer window? I'm 99 percent confident [we will]."

Arsenal moved on Thursday to trigger a £17 million release clause for Perez,...

Jurgen Klopp must eradicate Liverpool's old habits of inconsistency

Steve Nicol and the FC crew discuss Jurgen Klopp and forward Daniel Sturridge's reported disagreement on positioning.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes Tottenham are convinced in their style of play.
The boys at How Will They Line Up preview the big, big, big game of the weekend when Liverpool visit White Hart Lane.

The Liverpool manager couldn't quite believe it. "How do you explain that?" he wondered with incredulity, after his side had just been beaten by what many considered a relegation candidate, killing all the title-race momentum from the previous week's rousing 4-3 victory over Arsenal.

''It was embarrassing. We had a number of good chances -- and bad misses. Now it is back to square one and all to play for."

These weren't the words of Jurgen Klopp after last week's 2-0 defeat to Burnley, however,...