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West Ham ‘close’ to signing Chelsea star? (not Remy)

West Ham are closing in on a deal for Chelsea’s Victor Moses, according to growing rumours on Twitter. The Hammers recently pulled

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Football transfer rumours: Manchester City to sign Kevin De Bruyne?

Today’s tittle-tattle has still never been offered a free coffee in Pret A Manger The problem with spending £49m on a player who has yet to achieve very much is that the rest of the world’s clubs tend to notice. And so, if you’re a club such as Manchester City and have recently bagged Raheem Sterling for that kind of fee, then Wolfsburg aren’t going to flog you Kevin De Bruyne for less then £50m. …

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Premier League transfers: who decides which players your club buys?

Who sits on Liverpool’s transfer committee and how much does Abramovich get involved in deals at Chelsea? We look at all 20 Premier League clubs Arsène Wenger is the lord of the kingdom he has built over the past 19 years. His influence extends into every pore of the club and where transfers are concerned, the manager’s authority is total. Wenger always has the final say. The board have attempted to put support systems in…

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West Ham forward admits interest in Chelsea switch

Most of us were pretty surprised to hear of Chelsea’s apparent interest in Enner Valencia back in January. The forward had a

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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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Premier League 2014-15 review: manager of the season | Ian McCourt

Chances are that José Mourinho would agree with us that he deserves a place on this shortlist but Ronald Koeman, Garry Monk, Alan Pardew and, yes, Sam Allardyce have also had tremendous seasons • 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…

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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 talking points from the weekend’s action

Manuel Pellegrini will have an eye on Bayern v Barcelona, Tom Cleverley continues his renaissance and duo do their best to avoid the Europa League Related: QPR’s Chris Ramsey agrees with Joey Barton’s ‘bad eggs’ criticism • Match report: Manchester City 6-0 QPR • Manuel Pellegrini refuses to discuss his future • Bruce blames himself for Hull’s poor performance • Match report: Hull City 0-1 Burnley • Match report: Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham • Match report: Leicester 2-0 Southampton • The Premier…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League & FA Cup photos

We round up our favourite pictures from Saturday’s and Sunday’s matches in the English top flight and FA Cup semi-finals. Continue reading…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Michael Butler and Nick Miller

Only Chelsea can stop Chelsea, Manchester City dropping points at Crystal Palace would not be a shock, and what reception will Raheem Sterling get at Arsenal? West Brom and QPR lost their managers around a month apart, with the surreal Alan Irvine experiment being cut short just after Christmas, and Harry Redknapp’s seemingly inevitable resignation following an unsuccessful January transfer window. Obviously the circumstances were slightly different and Rangers were in a much more …

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José Mourinho wants a lie-in after Chelsea’s ‘great victory’ over West Ham

• Mourinho: ‘It would have been easy to lose two points here’ • Match report: West Ham United 0-1 Chelsea • Terry feels his age but remains Chelsea’s driving force on title road José Mourinho claimed he would “sleep until midday” after his Chelsea “warriors” emerged from a frantic and breathtaking derby at West Ham with their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League intact. A first-half goal from Eden…

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John Terry feels his age but remains Chelsea’s driving force on title road | Barney Ronay

Captain had shaky match against West Ham’s marauding attackers without protection offered by Nemanja Matic but it is hard to overstate his influence • Match report: West Ham 0-1 Chelsea • Mourinho proud of Chelsea’s ‘great victory’ over West Ham At the end of this fevered, streaky oddly inevitable 1-0 victory at Upton Park John Terry could be seen limping around, holding his lower back and finally clearing the ball as West Ham…

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West Ham United 0-1 Chelsea | Premier League match report

If Chelsea do indeed hoist their third Premier League title under José Mourinho’s stewardship in May then both team and manager may point to this nailbiting success across the capital as key. There were times in a blistering derby when a team who have grown used to life clear at the top, and would normally relish their ability to stifle the life from contests such as this, were forced to defend desperately with their lead feeling flimsy amid the energy and …

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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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Is this how West Ham should line up against Chelsea?

After the awful performance and result against Crystal Palace, you simply wouldn’t put it past us to go and beat Chelsea tomorrow

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Win (home) tickets to West Ham v Chelsea in the Premier League

Answer a simple question and you could be off to Upton Park to watch live Barclays Premier League football • Win (home) Premier League tickets to Aston Villa v West Brom Continue reading…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Jacob Steinberg and Nick Miller

Sherwood might be the man for a quick fix, Swansea need to retrieve their mojo and a win over Arsenal would give substance to the Pardew revolution The cross came over. It seemed to hang in the air for an eternity. There, a chance, a brilliant opportunity to break a goalless cycle that had become crippling. The FA Cup was both an opportunity for Aston Villa to inject some life into a stagnant campaign and to achieve …

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West Ham hope to sign free agent Lassana Diarra to bolster squad

• Ex-Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder has been training with club • France midfielder Diarra left Lokomotiv Moscow in August Sam Allardyce is hopeful of signing former Real Madrid midfielder Lassana Diarra after confirming the France international is training with the Hammers. Diarra, 29, has been without a club since leaving Lokomotiv Moscow in August but is not too far away from match-fitness and could be turning out for West Ham inside a fortnight if the…

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Why West Ham’s latest transfer rumours simply don’t add up

Waking up to the rumours that Chelsea were eying a shock January swoop for Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia initially had me

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend action | Guardian writers

Louis van Gaal struggles for fluidity, Muhamed Besic gives Everton hope, Alan Pardew praises fans and Leicester’s patience with Nigel Pearson is rewarded “The struggle for fluidity” may sound like a PhD thesis but is actually the quality that continues to elude Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United, as was again illustrated in the disjointed fashion they went down 1-0 to Southampton on Sunday. For this 21st outing of each team’s Premier …

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Chelsea’s Cesc Fàbregas tops Premier League statistics but there are surprises | Jacob Steinberg

Only Yaya Touré comes close to the Spaniard on passes made but Burnley have the sprint specialist and maybe Manchester United’s defence is not so bad • Click here to see the data for the midway point of the season • Interactive chart after 19 games Are you sitting down? Good, then you are in the perfection position to digest the shocking news that with the first half of the season behind us Cesc Fàbregas has …

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The Dozen: Sunday’s best Premier League photos

We round up our favourite pictures from the latest round of matches in the English top flight Continue reading…

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Premier League latest: all Sunday 28 December’s team news

West Ham’s Alex Song is expected to return against former club Arsenal while Vincent Kompany may be available for Manchester City after injury Hugo Lloris is fit to start for Spurs despite being left bloodied in their win over Leicester. The keeper was caught in the face by Jamie Vardy at the end of the 2-1 Boxing Day win but is available to face United. Ryan Mason could return to the starting line-up following an …

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Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic was ‘looking for a penalty’, claim West Ham

• Serb tumbles under challenge of Andy Carroll • West Ham players react angrily to ‘tumble’ • Match report: Chelsea 2-0 West Ham United Chelsea continue to be dogged by accusations that their players tumble too easily to the turf after Sam Allardyce claimed Branislav Ivanovic “went down looking for a penalty” as the home side maintained their three-point advantage at the top with a 2-0 victory . Ivanovic fell after a clash with Andy Carroll in first-…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 35
2 Liverpool 34
3 Chelsea 33
4 West Ham United 27
5 Tottenham Hotspur 25
6 Manchester United 24
7 Arsenal 23
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 21
9 Brighton & Hov… 20
10 Aston Villa 19
11 Leicester City 19
12 Everton 18
13 Brentford 17
14 Crystal Palace 16
15 Leeds United 16
16 Southampton 16
17 Watford 13
18 Burnley 10
19 Newcastle United 10
20 Norwich City 10

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