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Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 West Ham United: Premier League – as it happened

Spurs nearly lost their unbeaten record; instead they came away with the most dramatic of wins. 7.56pm GMT Related: Harry Kane’s two late goals earn Tottenham victory over West Ham 7.29pm GMT Well, that was quite the finish! West Ham looked on course for victory, Spurs bereft of ideas. But Heung-min Son sparked into life at the end, and his two bursts down the left set up two goals for the hero Harry Kane. What a comeback! …

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EFL Cup draw: Manchester United face Manchester City, Liverpool host Spurs

• Pep Guardiola and José Mourinho to meet again at Old Trafford • West Ham face Chelsea and Arsenal v Reading in fourth round Pep Guardiola and José Mourinho will meet again after the two Manchester clubs were paired together in the fourth round draw for the EFL Cup on Wednesday night. Cup holders City, who won 2-1 at Old Trafford in the Premier League earlier this month , will return there in the last week of October after their 2-1 win …

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Premier League fans’ previews part 2: Manchester United to West Ham

United are getting their swagger back; Saints are eying a season of intrigue; and why Tottenham need to do some serious squad-building Part one: Arsenal to Manchester City A new era dawns – hopefully one free from LVG’s possession-at-all-costs approach. In signing Ibrahimovic, Mkhitaryan and Bailly, Mourinho has added a real mix of experience and class – it feels like we’re about to get some of our swagger back…

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Ten young Premier League players who could make 2016-17 their season

Tottenham’s Josh Onomah, Middlesbrough’s Ben Gibson and Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo are among the players aged 23 and under who can make a big impact Tottenham Age 19, Midfielder Continue reading…

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Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson signs new four-year contract

• West Ham and Tottenham had both shown an interest • Wilson back to full fitness after missing majority of last season The Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson has committed his future to the club by signing a new four-year contract to ward off interest from several other Premier League clubs. Related: Barcelona confirm Neymar’s new five-year deal at Camp Nou Continue reading…

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Tottenham and Arsenal battle for second: Premier League clockwatch – live!

Premier League updates from the final day of the 2015-16 season Manchester City and Manchester United chase Champions League place Premier League farewells: 14 people and things we’re saying goodbye to And mail tom.bryant@theguardian.com or tweet @TomBry 3.16pm BST There’s a funny old atmosphere at Stamford Bridge: the Leicester fans have demanded the Chelsea fans “Stand up for the champions” and, oddly, they have complied. All very friendly. 3.15pm BST Jacob Steinberg is at Stoke…

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Premier League run-in: the challenges and key players for every club

With most clubs having only seven or eight games left to play of an exhilarating season, our writers assess what they need to do to end the season on a high What they need to do to have a successful end to the season Arsène Wenger and his team have no further margin for error and, above all, they must show the mental strength that he constantly rabbits on about – in the face of mounting supporter …

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N’Golo Kanté to Mattia Destro: what Europe’s top signings teach us about how to spend

Almost £3bn was shelled out by clubs from Europe’s top five leagues last summer, but what makes a good transfer these days? We look at the best signings in these leagues in search of clues on how to find value in the market The summer of 2015 saw a 10% rise in money spent on transfers by clubs from Europe’s top five leagues to take the total to a staggering €2.93bn . With…

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Premier League and FA Cup talking points from the weekend

Quique Sánchez Flores is not concerned about Premier League heavyweights circling, Kelechi Iheanacho should start in the Manchester derby, and what is the point of Alexandre Pato being at Chelsea? It seemed a little impertinent to gatecrash Watford’s euphoria by mentioning future problems, but inevitably there it was – the question about whether the team might struggle to hold on to talent that has expressed itself so well this season. Quique Sánchez Flores …

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Manchester United tie at Derby kicks off FA Cup fourth round live matches

• Visit by Louis van Gaal’s side to Pride Park to be shown on Friday 29 January • Colchester, Chelsea and Everton among other clubs chosen for television Derby County’s tie at home to Manchester United will kick off the televised coverage of the FA Cup fourth round, with the match being shown on Friday 29 January at 7.55pm on the BBC. Related: Louis van Gaal should ask Paul Scholes to be a Manchester United coach Continue reading…

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Premier League transfers: rating all the summer signings, club by club

With the transfer window opening in less than three weeks, we look at what the clubs can learn from the business they conducted in the summer by analysing every move, from Dele Alli to DeAndre Yedlin Total outlay £10m . Average rating of all summer signings 9/10 Continue reading…

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Tottenham Hostpur v West Ham United: match preview

It was difficult to recall a more imposing away-day performance from Tottenham than their display at Arsenal two weeks ago. Despite having less preparation time, the data showed they covered more ground and it said everything that they were disappointed with the 1-1 draw. Top-four belief has been fired and now they need a follow-up showing against West Ham who have excelled in big matches away from home. The visitors must find a way without their…

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Slaven Bilic tells West Ham to step up against Tottenham Hotspur

• Bilic laments loss of ‘best player’ Dimitri Payet • Diafro Sakho is back but Enner Valencia out Slaven Bilic has called on his players to “step up and do more” when West Ham travel to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday in the absence of the key midfielder Dimitri Payet . The fixture has particular significance for Bilic, being the one in which he made his debut for the club as a player in February 1996. On that occasion West Ham won 1-0, and …

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Next Generation 2015: 20 of the best talents at Premier League clubs

The Guardian looks at some of the best young talent coming through at Premier League clubs, identifying one player from each club born between 1 September 1998 and 31 August 1999, an age band also known as first-year scholars. We will then follow their progress over the coming years See how our 2014 picks have got on in the past 12 months Continue reading…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Michael Butler and Barry Glendenning

Can Petr Cech make amends, will Watford’s bench hold the key to success and is West Ham United’s schoolboy midfielder, Reece Oxford, set to shine again? Related: Louis van Gaal: David de Gea does not want to play for Manchester United Related: Football Weekly Extra: Manchester City rush out of the blocks before Chelsea showdown Continue reading…

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West Ham youngster Reece Oxford reveals he was rejected by Tottenham

• 16-year-old Oxford shone on Premier League debut against Arsenal • ‘I was at Tottenham for a while, but they did not want me’ Reece Oxford has revealed that Tottenham rejected the chance to sign him before he joined West Ham. The promising midfielder made his Premier League debut on Sunday in the 2-0 win at Arsenal aged 16 years and 236 days. Related: Per Mertesacker labels Arsenal’s opening defeat to West Ham ‘massive’

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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 fans’ verdicts part 2: Newcastle United to West Ham United

Newcastle need a return on Ashley’s commitment; Sunderland expect trouble; anticipation is high at Swansea; Watford look to the obvious from their Uruguayan centre-back and Spurs want Lee Marvin leading their Dirty Dozen A new head coach, new backroom staff and a new commitment from Mike Ashley to back the team with cash … this has been a summer of change after all the stagnation. Steve McClaren wasn’t first choice with many fans, but he was probably the most experienced…

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West Ham’s fight for London’s Olympic stadium – a blow-by-blow account

The nine-year long saga has included Boris Johnson encouraging Tottenham’s rival bid, high court appeals and West Ham’s deal collapsing at one point Just over a year after London wins the right to host the 2012 Olympics, the organising committee selects a consortium to design and deliver the stadium in Stratford. Continue reading…

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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: 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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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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Football: 10 talking points from this weekend’s action

Brendan Rodgers’ tinkering is harming Liverpool, Manchester United may have bigger problems than David de Gea leaving and clubs queue up for Danny Ings In Manchester United’s 1-1 draw in the final home match of the season on Sunday Old Trafford might have bade farewell to David de Gea, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao as each player’s future at the club is unclear. While De Gea seems more and more certain to depart for Real…

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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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Bobby Zamora embarking on another improbable rescue mission with QPR | Jacob Steinberg

The veteran striker’s lob against West Brom last weekend was the latest in a collection of stunning goals and his finishing and awkward presence up front will be key to QPR’s survival hopes, starting against Aston Villa on Tuesday • Ramsey puts Sherwood friendship aside to keep QPR up • May 2005: Bobby Zamora strikes gold for the Hammers Joleon Lescott must have thought he had the situation under control. The West Bromwich Albion…

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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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