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Transfer window verdict: how the Premier League clubs fared

A record amount of money was spent in the window following the latest Premier League TV contract, but some of the most publicised deals didn’t materialise The summer-long Alexis Sánchez saga twisted at the very last, with Arsenal relaxing their absolute not-for-sale stance. Manchester City made their move only for Arsenal to fail to get Thomas Lemar and the status quo endured. Arsenal will now pray Sánchez …

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West Ham 0-3 Manchester City (agg 0-9) | League Cup semi-final 2nd leg

Sam Allardyce had mused after West Ham United’s Capital One Cup quarter-final win at Tottenham Hotspur, in the knowledge that it would be Manchester City next, that the competition’s format had a flaw. “It is a shame,” the West Ham manager said, “that the semi-final cannot be over one leg.” He suggested that West Ham might have a chance if that one-off tie were at Upton Park. The events here did little to strengthen the hypothesis. Yes, this semi-final was already…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the New Year’s Day action

Bendtner turns the tide, Nolan loses his mind, Mata’s strop elicits a cool response from Mourinho and Moyes morphs into Sir Alex 1) Could Arsenal finally see the benefit of Bendtner? In so many respects it was classic Nicklas Bendtner. On as a substitute against Cardiff City, he scored the crucial 88th-minute goal for Arsenal yet sprained his ankle in the process to be forced back off. As he limped round the fringes …

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Tottenham 1-2 West Ham United | Capital One Cup match report

West Ham United had emphatically not read the script. This was supposed to be Tim Sherwood’s big night; the first time that he had managed in the professional game and, also, the first steps towards redemption for Emmanuel Adebayor. Adebayor had become almost Tottenham Hotspur’s forgotten man, although the chairman, Daniel Levy, remained well aware of the monthly direct debit that entered the striker’s bank account. It was one of the …

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

David Moyes needs to start impressing at Old Trafford and Chelsea’s strikers still can’t fire away from home 1) Moyes testing Old Trafford’s patience Newcastle have not won a league game at Old Trafford since John Tudor and Stewart Barrowclough scored the goals to secure a 2-0 win in February 1972. Could they end that run on Saturday? David Moyes will be without Wayne Rooney, suspended after his fifth booking of the season, and the Manchester United…

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Chelsea’s Ashley Cole to miss West Ham derby with rib injury

• Full-back aggravates problem on England duty • César Azpilicueta likely to continue in Cole’s position Ashley Cole is unlikely to feature in Chelsea’s Premier League derby at West Ham United on Saturday evening after he aggravated a rib problem during England’s defeat to Germany. The veteran left-back first suffered the injury during a win at Norwich last month, ruling him out of two World Cup qualifiers, and was absent from his club’s first team for three weeks in recovery. His …

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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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