Arsene Wenger says Arsenal are taking it one game at a time but has not given up all hope of winning the Premier League title. The Gunners wrapped up a comprehensive 4-0 win over Watford on Saturday afternoon to move within four points of Tottenham in second place and have played a game less than
Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo is being heavily linked with a summer switch to Catalan giants Barcelona. The 26-year-old joined United from Sporting Lisbon in 2014 but has suffered an injury-plagued spell at Old Trafford, and reports in Spain claim he could be heading to the Nou Camp.
The Argentina international has featured in only
Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich have won only one of their last four Championship fixtures Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he is as disappointed as the club’s fans by his side’s recent results. Ipswich are four points from a play-off spot with eight games to play, starting with a trip to Wolves on Saturday. “Join the
Crystal Palace have not won in 13 league games, but are in the FA Cup semi-finals Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew says teams are “hunting them down” in a bid for Premier League survival. The Eagles, who sit 16th in the table and seven points clear of the relegation zone, head to West Ham United
Roy Hodgson has admitted that England miss John Terry. The Chelsea captain retired from Three Lions duty under a dark cloud in September 2012 having fallen out with international team-mate Rio Ferdinand over an incident involving the latter’s brother, Anton. Despite over three years having passed, it has regularly been questioned whether the 35-year-old should
Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm and PSV Eindhoven midfielder Marco van Ginkel have been called into Danny Blind’s 22-man Holland squad for Tuesday night’s friendly against England at Wembley. Vorm, 32, back-up to Hugo Lloris at White Hart Lane and restricted to just one Barclay’s Premier League appearance this season, has been drafted in as a
Coventry suffer fifth defeat in seven matches at Peterborough Coventry saw their play-off collapse continue as they were stunned 3-1 by Peterborough in a TV thriller. The Sky Blues failed to take a host of golden opportunities while dominating the first half