Another year of football has come and gone with the close of 2017. There have been plenty of goals, titles and unforgettable moments across the footballing world and Spanish publication Marca have decided to list their top 10 players of the year. English clubs seem to be finding their feet in Europe after encouraging Champions
“I couldn’t be less interested”
However, Klopp refused to be drawn into the matter following his side’s 2-1 win over Burnley earlier today, which Coutinho missed through injury. When asked about about his thoughts on the Nike blunder, Klopp responded: “I couldn’t be less interested.” Coutinho handed in a
The 29-year-old was linked to the Brazilian club in November but denied the story at the time by taking to social media platform Twitter.
Speaking after one of his best performances of the season against Stoke City on Saturday, William was quick to make the point that he remains settled at Stamford Bridge.
The Potters made six changes to the side thrashed 5-0 at Chelsea last time out, with Xherdan Shaqiri and Joe Allen among the players to return.
Magpies boss Rafa Benitez made five alterations to the side who drew 0-0 with Brighton last time out, with Perez starting as a lone attacker.
Madine’s previous strike earned Phil Parkinson’s side all three points at Sheffield United last Saturday.
And his 20th minute free-kick proved good enough to give the Trotters back-to-back wins in the Championship for the first time since Boxing Day 2014.
Hull, who have not tasted victory at Bolton since 1935, have now won
Manchester United beat Everton comfortably with Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard both finding the net. It means England star Lingard has bagged eight goals from his last 13 games. It is a remarkable turnaround for the player who struggled for game time and form at the start of the season. And, speaking after the Everton
Wigan boss Paul Cook has no new injury or suspension worries for his side’s home game against Charlton. Cook named an unchanged starting line-up for the goalless home draw against Shrewsbury on Boxing Day, but may want to make one or two
AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Everton Bournemouth climbed out of the relegation zone after Ryan Fraser’s deflected effort in the 89th minute earned them a 2-1 win over Everton. Fraser opened the scoring 33 minutes in before Idrissa Gueye equalised for Everton. Chelsea 5-0 Stoke City Willian scored one and set up two more as Chelsea cranked
The Gunners were on course for all three points after Alexis Sanchez’s deflected free-kick put them ahead with seven minutes remaining but they were made to settle for just one point after Calum Chambers was adjudged to have handled a cross by former Arsenal full-back Kieran Gibbs.
The incident was similar to one on
“Hey, calm, calm, our fans because Daniel is very good. He has managed the club 17 or 18 years. Look at how Tottenham was 18 years ago and how it is today. “I think full credit to Daniel Levy and let Daniel work. It is important the fans trust in Daniel.” Alderweireld, who will miss