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Taylor set to return

Swansea defender Neil Taylor will be involved for the first time this season in the EFL Cup tie at Peterborough. Taylor had an extended break after Wales reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 last month and will feature in a much-changed side, which could see Ki Sung-yueng, Jefferson Montero, Angel Rangel and Nathan Dyer make

Forsyth suffers second knee injury

Craig Forsyth came off in the 66th minute of Derby’s 0-0 draw with Aston Villa Derby County defender Craig Forsyth has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) after missing the majority of last season with the same injury. The 27-year-old picked up the injury in the Rams’ goalless draw against Aston Villa on Saturday. He

Hart to be in England squad – Allardyce

Joe Hart won his 63rd England cap in the Euro 2016 defeat by Iceland in June England manager Sam Allardyce says goalkeeper Joe Hart will be in his squad for next month’s World Cup qualifier against Slovakia. Hart, 29, is yet to make an appearance for Manchester City this season and has been told he

Real star linked with £60m move

Chelsea are reported to have launched a £60million move for Real Madrid star James Rodriguez after giving up on Romelu Lukaku. The Blues have been chasing Lukaku all summer but it looks as though their former striker has committed his future to Everton, forcing boss Antonio Conte to look elsewhere. Reports are now rife that

Pic Special: Liverpool’s awful third kit ranks among the worst football shirts ever seen

Many throughout the country spend their Saturday afternoons nursing painful hangovers and watching the footy. So when they’re confronted with a revolting florescent green kit it doesn’t tend to go down too well. The vomit-inducing Reds strip is truly one of the worst ever seen in Premier League history – and supporters were rightly disgusted.

Pic Special: Liverpool’s awful third kit ranks among the worst football shirts ever seen

Many throughout the country spend their Saturday afternoons nursing painful hangovers and watching the footy. So when they’re confronted with a revolting florescent green kit it doesn’t tend to go down too well. The vomit-inducing Reds strip is truly one of the worst ever seen in Premier League history – and supporters were rightly disgusted.

Phelan hopes for quick decision

Caretaker boss Mike Phelan hopes Hull City make a decision on whether or not to appoint him on a permanent basis soon. Phelan has been in temporary charge of the Premier League club since Steve Bruce’s resignation earlier in the summer. The Tigers were expected to struggle by many due to Bruce’s departure and a