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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 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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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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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Ian McCourt and Toby Moses

Arsenal will need to be on Song, Swansea must not be so narrow-minded in midfield against Liverpool and time Rafael got his chance for Manchester United The injuries are starting to bite again for Arsenal. Mikel Arteta, Mathieu Debuchy , Mathieu Flamini and Abou Diaby are all long-term absentees; Aaron Ramsey has only just returned; Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s hamstring went against Manchester United ; the similarly hamstrung Gabriel Paulista is …

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Why West Ham got it tactically wrong against Palace

In a match that felt all too similar to the shock humiliation against West Brom just a few weeks ago, West Ham

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Crystal Palace’s Mile Jedinak faces four-match ban over elbow incident

• Alan Pardew defends midfielder after he catches West Ham’s Diafra Sakho • Sam Allardyce ‘shocked’ by under-performing West Ham Barclays Premier League Mile Jedinak faces a four-match ban if he is charged with violent conduct for his elbow on Diafra Sakho in Crystal Palace’s 3-1 victory over West Ham United at Upton Park. The Football Association is likely to take retrospective action against the Palace captain and refer the incident to…

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West Ham United 1-3 Crystal Palace | Premier League match report

Alan Pardew may not be everyone’s cup of extremely self-satisfied tea, but even his harshest critics must be impressed with the impact he has had on Crystal Palace. Until Pardew decided to don his red and blue cape and swoop down to Selhurst Park as a returning hero at the end of December, Palace were in danger of sinking without a trace. Neil Warnock had booked them on a one-way ticket to the Championship. Yet Pardew’s decision to…

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West Ham 1-3 Crystal Palace: Murray scores twice and sees red

The striker opened the scoring and notched a third after Scott Dann’s goal but was then dismissed after picking up two yellow cards, with Enner Valencia netting a late consolation

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West Ham v Crystal Palace: Premier League – live! | Scott Murray

Updates from the early kick-off in the Premier League Email scott.murray@theguardian.com with any musings Saturday scoreboard: follow all the day’s goals Match previews: Premier League team news, stats and more 1.17pm GMT 31 min: Downing dances down the right, and loops a cross to the far post, where Valencia heads downwards but harmlessly wide left. Palace scoot upfield through Puncheon down the left. He slides a ball forward for Murray, who opens his legs…

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Is this how West Ham should line up against Crystal Palace?

After two late goals against Spurs and Tottenham cost us four precious points over the last few weeks we really need to

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Everything you need to know about West Ham v Crystal Palace

Our last three performances have been relatively promising, despite drawing each one of them. Conceding late equalisers to United and Spurs have

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West Ham – Crystal Palace Preview: Allardyce notes Zaha and Puncheon danger

The Hammers boss is aware of the Eagles’ pace and will be keeping a particularly close eye on their dangerous wingers when they meet at Upton Park on Saturday

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Toby Moses and Nick Miller

Olivier Giroud is crucial to Arsenal’s push for third despite his Monaco misses, while Robin van Persie’s absence for United could be a blessing in disguise and surely it is time Mark Noble received an England call-up Nobody has ever claimed Olivier Giroud was a world-class striker. His is not a name one would mention alongside Sergio Agüero, Diego Costa or Luis Suárez. He is a rung below that – always has been, always will be…

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Sam Allardyce: West Ham United must beat Crystal Palace – video

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce says he expects Crystal Palace to play in a counter-attacking style at Upton Park on Saturday. Allardyce says West Ham United have been playing very well but need some victories following disappointing results against Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. The manager also comments on the winter World Cup in Qatar in 2022, saying the decision is sensible Continue reading…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best FA Cup fith-round pictures

We round up our favourite pictures from this weekend’s FA Cup action Continue reading…

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FA Cup fifth round: what to look out for in this weekend’s matches

Will Arsenal juggle their priorities, will Villa v Leicester be a thrill only to masochists and has Gus Poyet got his excuses in already should Sunderland come unstuck on Bradford’s cabbage patch? Arsène Wenger admitted his side were “not the sharpest” in beating Leicester during the week, with a hangover from the defeat in the north London derby to blame. However, Wenger’s side had better get used to the workload – Arsenal are the only team still in …

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the midweek action | Guardian sport

Mourinho is on collision course with the FA again, United’s attack needs sharpening up, Spurs given a reality check and the value of a good reserve keeper Should Branislav Ivanovic be charged with violent conduct? José Mourinho, inevitably, says no. Yet Mourinho gives the impression that if one of his players were caught stealing flowers from a graveside he would excuse them on the grounds they were taking them to be watered. Ivanovic lost his control and there is…

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Premier League clockwatch: Man Utd v Burnley, Stoke v Man City and more – live!

Follow all the latest action from the night’s Premier League matches Live scoreboard! Keep up with all the latest goals and games right here And email alan.smith@theguardian.com or tweet @alansmith90 8.26pm GMT 8.25pm GMT Shock at Old Trafford – Ander Herrera is on the pitch. Yes, Herrera is on the pitch. Blind’s head injury has forced him off. Bizarrely, Wayne Rooney now appears to be playing a holding role and Herrera has moved onto the right…

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Football clockwatch: Premier League, Africa Cup of Nations and more – live!

Live scoreboard! All today’s live scores and results Keep up with all of the day’s goals and games as they happen Email niall.mcveigh.casual@theguardian.com or tweet @niallmcveigh 3.28pm GMT It had been a quiet start for the hosts at Old Trafford, but no longer – Daley Blind steals the ball from Kramaric in midfield, before dinking the ball to compatriot Robin van Persie, who belts the ball home on the volley. The striker looks offside, but the goal stands. 3.26pm …

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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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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 clockwatch – live! | Niall McVeigh

Latest updates from the 3pm kick-offs Email niall.mcveigh.casual@theguardian.com . Tweet @niallmcveigh Follow Southampton v Chelsea here Get all the latest live scores here 1.06pm GMT Niall will be here shortly with all the team news and build up before the 3pm matches in the Premier League. In the meantime, here’s the latest injury news. Continue reading…

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Are you an average fan? Find out with YouGov’s Premier League profiles

YouGov polled 200,000 people to find that Liverpool fans think they are funny, QPR supporters enjoy chess and Stoke City fans like Ann Summers. Do these character traits feel familiar? Arsenal fans follow Piers Morgan on Twitter, can be feckless and are “willing to sacrifice free time to get ahead with their careers”. Fun. Continue reading…

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Time to take football back from the spivs | @guardianletters

When a pair of tickets for West Hams opening game of the season against Tottenham costs the same as a standing season ticket for Bayern Munich, its clear that the customers ( Editorial , 20 October) have gained nothing from the Sky TV revolution thats put untold billions into dodgy players and dodgier owners pockets. Not only are we ripped off at every opportunity, we have to put up with kick-offs at ridiculous times to suit armchair …

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Next Generation 2014: 20 of the best talents at Premier League clubs

The Guardian has identified some of the best young talent coming through in the Premier League, picking one player from each club born between 1 September 1997 and 31 August 1998, an age band also known as first-year scholars. We will then follow their progress over the next five years On Tuesday: 40 of the best young players in the world Continue reading…

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How your club did in the 2014 summer transfer window

All your summer signings from Radamel Falcao to Joe Cole, who signed for whom in the Premier League transfer window Arsenal solved their striking problem with a last-gasp deal for Danny Welbeck, but otherwise wasted little time in getting their major business done, with Alexis Sánchez, Mathieu Debuchy and David Ospina all coming in shortly after impressive World Cup showings. They were joined by the young defender Calum Chambers, who joined the Southampton…

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