Tag Archives: Robin Van Persie

Burnley set to sign Chelsea’s Bamford

30 Aug

Patrick Bamford failed to score in the Premier League for Crystal Palace and Norwich City last season Burnley are close to signing Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford on loan. The 22-year-old has not featured for the Blues after joining them from Nottingham Forest in January 2012. The England Under-21 man has had loans with MK Dons, […]

All the Champions League teams’ league results

28 Aug

Group AMonaco v Paris Saint-GermainSunday at 20:45. Watford 1-3 Arsenal (Pereyra; Cazorla 9pen, Alexis Sánchez 40, Özil 45+1)The Gunners picked up their first win of the season thanks to a fine first-half display, Alexis Sánchez scoring one and setting up the other two. Thun v BaselSunday at 16:00. Lokomotiv Plovdiv v LudogoretsSunday at 20:15. Group […]

AC Milan 1 Chelsea 3: Oscar at the double as Blues end US tour with victory

4 Aug

Oscar coolly stepped up to slot the spot-kick high into the right hand corner. Three minutes from time the Brazilian grabbed his second goal – as he was played in by winger Juan Cuadrado, and slotted a low angled shot under Donnarumma. Chelsea: Courtois; Aina (Ivanovic 59), Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Fabregas (Oscar 59), Matic (Chalobah […]

Wednesday’s Semedo signs new contract

11 Jul

Jose Semedo scored his only league goal for Sheffield Wednesday against Wycombe in October 2011 Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Jose Semedo has signed a new one-year contract to stay with the Championship club until the end of 2016-17. Semedo joined Wednesday from Charlton in July 2011, having rejected a new contract at the Valley. The 31-year-old […]

Crawley sign Chelsea’s Beeney on loan

24 Jun

Mitchell Beeney made four appearances during a loan spell at Newport last season League Two side Crawley Town have signed Chelsea goalkeeper Mitchell Beeney on loan until 3 January 2017. The 20-year-old is yet to feature for the Blues but had a brief spell on loan at Newport County last season. “I know Mitch well […]

Jones: Iceland's dream Euro run continues

23 Jun

8:13 PM GMT Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email comment SAINT-DENIS, France — Before their decisive match against Austria, Iceland took to the field at the cavernous Stade de France in their suits, their polished dress shoes pressing into the grass. They stood together in small bunches, their hands in their pockets, looking up mostly, taking in […]

Madejski statement ‘remarkable’ – Howe

15 Jun

Media playback is not supported on this device McDermott deserved longer – Madejski Reading chief executive Nigel Howe is disappointed chairman Sir John Madejski made public his disagreement with the sacking of former boss Brian McDermott. Madejski stated McDermott “should have been given longer” as new boss Jaap Stam was unveiled on Monday. “I thought […]

Claudio Ranieri gives update on Jamie Vardy’s proposed move to Arsenal

14 Jun

“He gets the last word” Claudio Ranieri Ranieri stated that they would like him to stay but that the decision was completely up to Vardy himself. He said: “We want to keep him, Arsenal have said they will pay the full release clause, but he hasn’t accepted yet. He gets the […]

Sunderland 3 Everton 0: Newcastle and Norwich down as Black Cats secure survival

12 May

England boss Roy Hodgson will have been alarmed at just how anonymous Ross Barkley was before his half-time substitution. Fellow England hopeful John Stones was just as bad. Perhaps a refresher course in the Big Sam school of defending is required before he heads for France because he has forgotten the basics. The game opened […]

Revealed: Which Premier League club’s website got the most hits this season?

12 May

CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE WHICH PREMIER LEAGUE CLUB’S WEBSITE GOT THE MOST VISITS OVER THE COURSE OF THE SEASON Leicester pulled off the impossible dream by battling their way to the title this season. But which club topped the charts in terms of traffic to their official website during the campaign? *Data […]