Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has warned his struggling side they could be sucked into a relegation battle if they do not turn around their faltering form.
The Eagles sit 10 points above the Premier League's bottom three, having lost their last five league games, and Pardew knows they need to reverse that run.
Pardew, whose side travel to 16th-placed Swansea on Saturday, said: "We would be foolish, a club of our size, to assume that we are safe yet.
"We have 31 points, we need to find more...
Arsene Wenger insists beleaguered Valencia head coach Gary Neville has to keep faith in his methods -- although he does feel the former Manchester United defender landed the job at the Mestalla because he was a "big player''.
Neville has endured a poor start to his managerial career. It reached a new low point with a 7-0 thrashing from Barcelona in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday night and the England coach is yet to taste victory in his eight Primera Division matches in charge.
Appointed to much fanfare...
Saido Berahino is having one-on-one sessions with West Brom boss Tony Pulis in a bid to regain his fitness and sharpness.
Berahino's future has been the subject of speculation all season and it has taken its toll, both on and off the field, with the 22-year-old having not started a Premier League game since the end of October.
Now the transfer window has closed Pulis believes Berahino's state of mind is improved and he wants his star striker back firing as soon as possible, as Albion teeter precariously...
Louis van Gaal claims Wayne Rooney is wrong to say Manchester United are playing with greater freedom.
United captain Rooney suggested after last week's FA Cup victory at Derby that manager Van Gaal had released some of the shackles on the team.
These sentiments were echoed by midfielder Jesse Lingard after United produced one of their best displays of the season to beat Stoke 3-0 in the Premier League in midweek.
But Van Gaal, who has attracted considerable criticism for the defensive, slow and...
Gael Kakuta has become the latest player to move to the Chinese Super League, with the former Chelsea winger joining Hebei China Fortune.
The 24-year-old swapped west London for Sevilla in the summer having failed to make his mark at Stamford Bridge and spent loan spells with six different clubs.
Sevilla reportedly had to pay €3.5 million compensation for the out-of-contract Kakuta -- a fee they are reported to have nearly doubled by selling the Frenchman onto China.
Former Chelsea teammate...