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Arsenal’s Carl Jenkinson set to return to West Ham on season-long loan

• Jenkinson made 29 Premier League starts for West Ham last season • 23-year-old behind Héctor Bellerín and Mathieu Debuchy at Arsenal Carl Jenkinson is expected to seal a season-long loan return to West Ham United from Arsenal. The right-back, who was a part of the England squad at the European Under-21 Championship last month, has been chased by Southampton and Sunderland this summer. Related: Southampton eye up Carl Jenkinson in case Nathaniel Clyne needs replacing Continue

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Football transfer rumours: Emmanuel Adebayor for Aston Villa?

Today’s tittle tattle is running through its target list Tottenham are hoping to rekindle Tim Sherwood’s memorable bromance with Emmanuel Adebayor , by offering the Togo striker, who smashed a measly two goals last season in all competitions but who flourished during the Englishman’s brief spell in charge at White Hart Lane, in part exchange for Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke , who has flourished during the Englishman’s as-yet brief spell at Villa but who also tries a …

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Premier League facing record low referee shortage

Just one match official has been recruited ahead of next season, despite Chris Foy’s retirement, leaving a total of 17 to call upon including big injury doubt Phil Dowd

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Premier League: where the clubs need to strengthen

Managers must now decide their transfer targets for next season and move quickly to sign them. Here is our team-by-team assessment: The three most obvious positions where Arsenal require an upgrade are goalkeeper, centre-forward and defensive midfielder. In goal, Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina have had too many jittery and unreliable moments. Up top, on days when Olivier Giroud has strained to make an impression, the need for an…

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The Dozen: the best photos from the last day of the Premier League season

We round up our favourite pictures from Sunday’s matches in the English top flight, the final matches of the 2014/15 season Continue reading…

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Premier League 2014-15 review: match of the season | Jacob Steinberg

From Leicester City’s destruction of Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United to freescoring Chelsea’s superb win at Goodison, here are five contenders for match of the season. Now submit your suggestions • Have your say in the other categories too Welcome to theguardian.com review of the 2014-15 Premier League season . Now that the campaign has ended we would like you to help us choose your favourite goal, the best referee and the best manager, and other winners in a …

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The Premier League clubs’ ineptitude index shows there is nowhere to hide | Tom Bryant

In a break from tradition we have taken time out to celebrate not the best team in the Premier League but the most inept. Our (not wholly scientific) approach reveals … As it comes towards the end of the season, it has always been traditional to round up the best moments of the league: the best performances, best goals, best players and so on. But the reason those moments stand out are because they are rare islands …

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Football: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Can Crystal Palace spoil Chelsea’s celebrations, will Brendan Rodgers give Lambert and Lallana a chance and a finale to the Football League season One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl, four for a boy … and so on, all the way up to seeing 11 Magpies, which is a harbinger of three easy points. So there could hardly be any more inviting assignment for Leicester players this weekend as…

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They think it’s all over: ex-footballers on life after the final whistle

Before the Premier League’s six-figure salaries, retiring footballers had to start again, with little experience off the pitch. From a detective to a former convict, ex-players talk about their second life The Knowledge archive (2005): retired footballers’ strangest jobs Then: winger with Middlesbrough, Blackburn Rovers, Southampton and England, Premier League winner with Blackburn in 1995. Now: qualified solicitor and prospective law lecturer, Ribble Valley, Lancashire. Continue reading…

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FIVE Carl Jenkinson alternatives for West Ham to consider

It’s safe to say that right back Carl Jenkinson has been a surprise package this season. Groans and murmurs were a regular

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Premier League clubs record profit for first time in 15 years

The combined total from all 20 clubs from the 2013/14 season stands at £190 million – nearly four times greater than the previous record

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West Ham ‘agree’ £5m coup for highly-rated defender

If reports this morning are true then we might just be on the verge of signing FC Basel defender Fabian Schar. The

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FA chief Greg Dyke: Premier League could end up overrun by foreigners

The 67-year-old has outlined plans to increase the number of home-grown players in squads and believes the emergence of Harry Kane is a fine example of breakthrough English talent

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Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud confident about Monaco after West Ham appetiser

• ‘We trust in our chance to go through’ says striker after 3-0 win • Assistant wants Sam Allardyce’s contract position to be sorted out Arsène Wenger’s theme of the day after watching his team win their fourth successive game was the enduring and inspiring capacity of football to make a wrong right. Since the calamitous Champions League defeat to Monaco , Arsenal have buckled down with a steely-eyed determination to fuel a sense they can make amends, no matter …

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Arsenal not worried about winning Premier League, says Wenger – video

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger says his side is not focused on the Premiership title after defeating West Ham 3-0. The Gunners’ victory over West Ham is their seventh win in eight games. Arsenal are currently third in the league table with 57 points, only one point away from second-placed Manchester City. They face Monaco in Champions League on 17 March Continue reading…

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Arsenal 3-0 West Ham United | Premier League match report

Arsenal made it five Premier League wins in a row here with a straightforward victory against a well-drilled but pallid West Ham. In the process Arsène Wenger’s team kept up the pressure on second-placed Manchester City and played some delightful attacking football with Mesut Özil, Oliver Giroud and Aaron Ramsey all combining beautifully. If at times in the second half Arsenal seemed a little distracted, a team with half an eye on ticking this match …

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Arsenal 3-0 West Ham: Giroud stars in Gunners stroll

The Frenchman scored an excellent opening goal before playing his part in strikes for Aaron Ramsey and substitute Mathieu Flamini as Arsene Wenger’s men march on

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Everything you need to know about Arsenal v West Ham

We never beat Arsenal – simple as that. Any hope of putting that to bed has been pretty much dashed by another

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Arsène Wenger: Theo Walcott’s new Arsenal deal may be tricky yet again

• Wenger admits Walcott was difficult to convince last time • James Tomkins out of West Ham’s trip to Emirates • Oxlade-Chamberlain and Wilshere ruled out of England qualifier Arsène Wenger has suggested that he is steeled for another Theo Walcott contract saga but he believes that the climate might have shifted in Arsenal’s favour this time. Walcott signed his last deal in January 2013 , which was worth £100,000 a week over three and a half years, and it …

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Arsenal v West Ham United: match preview

In a perfect world Arsène Wenger would be casting an eye towards Tuesday’s Champions League second leg in Monaco and tailoring his team accordingly, but so tight is the battle for top-four places, and so slender are Arsenal’s chances of progress to the quarter-finals after their first-leg disaster and 3-1 defeat, he has no margin for error against a West Ham side who have slipped to 10th but are still very …

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Arsenal – West Ham Preview: Wenger calls on players to stand up and be counted

The Gunners enter a key period with their clash against the Hammers this weekend and the Frenchman believes his troops must make a name for themselves at the Emirates

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Arsenal v West Ham: Sam Allardyce hoping to expose Gunners’ weaknesses – video

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce looks ahead to his side’s Premier League fixture against third-placed Arsenal. The manager says the Gunners are a strong team, but have weaknesses that his side can take advantage of and create more goal-scoring chances. The two teams clash on Saturday 14 March Continue reading…

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Valencia to miss Arsenal clash after cutting his toe on a cup

The 25-year-old required stitches after the “freak accident” which leaves Sam Allardyce short of options in attack ahead of his side’s trip to the Emirates Stadium

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Enner Valencia could miss Arsenal visit after cutting big toe on broken teacup

• West Ham forward needed emergency surgery • ‘It was a freak accident’ says Sam Allardyce • Football’s freak injuries – a Guardian special Enner Valencia could miss West Ham’s match at Arsenal on Saturday after cutting his big toe on a broken teacup. The forward sustained a deep laceration of his big toe on Tuesday evening while at his home, according to the club website . He needed emergency hospital treatment to clean and stitch the wound after…

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Premier League clockwatch – as it happened

Chelsea earned a narrow win over West Ham to keep their lead as Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs all won, while Everton’s troubles deepened as they lost 2-0 to Stoke 9.50pm GMT Liverpool stay fifth, Burnley stay 19th. 9.46pm GMT Ricky Lambert is coming on for Sterling. He has approximately 100 seconds to make a mark. 9.45pm GMT The only match still in progress is at Anfield, where Liverpool are 2-0 up against Burnley …

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Premier League webchat

Barney Ronay was online to discuss the midweek fixtures in the Premier League 1.51pm GMT Thanks for reading and commenting. Barney has signed off. In his absence, why not read this piece about Sam Allardyce’s revolutionary time at Bolton , which features various photos of Big Sam through the years, including this one: 1.32pm GMT WallyFister asks: Why are English clubs continuing to fail in Europe? Would it be beneficial to keep sacking managers? Or should the media take…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 90
2 Liverpool 86
3 Chelsea 70
4 Tottenham Hotspur 68
5 Arsenal 66
6 Manchester United 58
7 West Ham United 56
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
9 Leicester City 48
10 Brighton & Hov… 48
11 Brentford 46
12 Newcastle United 46
13 Crystal Palace 45
14 Aston Villa 44
15 Southampton 40
16 Everton 36
17 Leeds United 35
18 Burnley 34
19 Watford 23
20 Norwich City 22

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