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Premier League club-by-club guide to the January transfer window

We look at each Premier League club, what they need to strengthen and who they are hoping to sign in the January transfer window 1st 39pts Related: Aston Villa’s Rémi Garde targets loan move for Chelsea’s Loïc Remy 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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Slaven Bilic disappointed after West Ham draw with West Brom – video

Slaven Bilic gives his reaction after West Ham United drew 1-1 with West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League at Upton Park on Sunday. Bilic says West Bromwich Albion deserved some reward for their second half performance, but says his team should have been more than 1-0 up in the first half West Brom fight back to win hard-earned point at West Ham Continue reading…

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Bilic more worried about Sakho injury than draw

The West Ham boss is sweating over his key player’s fitness status, with the striker appearing set to spend another period on the sidelines

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Pulis defends Allardyce’s West Ham record

The Baggies boss says the 60-year-old does not get the credit he deserves and says Slaven Bilic is currently reaping the rewards of his hard work

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Premier League clubs are making progress over prayer rooms for fans

Premier League and Football Association are keen to reassure all fans they are welcome despite unsavoury incidents at Liverpool and West Ham The global success of the Premier League continues unabated. Billions of pounds from television and commercial rights deals have ensured its clubs continue to enjoy huge financial rewards. Much of that money will be earmarked for players’ salaries, with a significant amount spent on stadium facilities, ensuring the needs of the lifeblood of the…

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Premier League ins and outs: all the summer transfers so far

Petr Cech to Arsenal, Raheem Sterling to Manchester City, Bastian Schweinsteiger to Manchester United … the movers hoping to become shakers * denotes loan deal Continue reading…

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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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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 2015-16 fixtures: week-by-week list for the season

Season to begin on 8 August 2015 and will conclude on 15 May 2016 Liverpool face daunting run of early away fixtures 8 August 2015: Arsenal v West Ham United, Bournemouth v Aston Villa, Chelsea v Swansea City, Everton v Watford, Leicester City v Sunderland Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United v Southampton, Norwich City v Crystal Palace, Stoke City v Liverpool, West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City. Continue reading…

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Premier League 2015-16 fixture list: Liverpool face daunting early away run

Liverpool start at Stoke City in repeat of last season’s closer Chelsea begin their title defence at home to Swansea City Manchester United open up against Tottenham at Old Trafford Brendan Rodgers will have to demonstrate immediate improvement at Liverpool, as his team will kick off their next Premier League campaign at Stoke City, who walloped them 6-1 at the Britannia Stadium at the end of last season. Related: Premier League 2015-16 fixtures: …

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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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West Ham’s Carlton Cole: since I was 28, I’ve been thinking about the future

Out of contract in the summer and denied an escape to West Bromwich in February, the 31-year-old is throwing his energies into fundraising to help Sierra Leone deal with the Ebola crisis • Sierra Leone doctors on strike over inadequate equipment It is probably just as well Carlton Cole has learned to focus on the bigger picture. Otherwise, the West Ham United striker might well still be stewing over the call from…

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Football clockwatch: Premier League, Football League and more – live!

Latest news and scores from Saturday’s big 3pm kick-offs Email tom.davies@theguardian.com or tweet @tomdaviesE17 with your thoughts Scoreboard: All the latest scores at home and across Europe Swansea City v Everton – live! Follow Nick Miller’s OBO report All the latest league tables 2.21pm BST So anyway, the Grand National: From a football fans’ perspective, it’s a source of profound frustration that the National no longer takes place – at least in part – during half…

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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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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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FA Cup fifth round: talking points from the weekend action | Guardian writers

Arsenal’s home form is comforting for fans, the all-Championship clash provided the greatest entertainment and Liverpool’s resurgence is well under way A sequence of nine consecutive wins, manufactured by scoring 23 goals and conceding three, have turned the Emirates into a source of home comfort for Arsenal. They continued their confident run by swatting aside the challenge from up-and-coming Middlesbrough in the FA Cup and Arsène Wenger sees that as an important foundation for…

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Sam Allardyce’s shock theory busted following West Ham’s loss to West Brom

• West Ham manager claimed New Year’s Day fixtures caused FA Cup shocks • Allardyce: our injury list and run of fixtures caught up with us • FA Cup fifth round match report: West Brom 4-0 West Ham Sam Allardyce has a theory about why so many Premier League teams have already fallen by the wayside in the FA Cup, supposedly leaving the competition wide open for teams of the stature of West Ham and West Bromwich Albion to …

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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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West Bromwich Albion 4-0 West Ham United | FA Cup fifth round match report

Brown Ideye struck twice to take his tally to four in his last three games as West Bromwich Albion knocked West Ham out of the FA Cup with surprising ease. The £10m Nigerian striker was on his way out of The Hawthorns and bound for Qatar until West Brom’s attempt to sign Carlton Cole fell through on deadline day, and credits Tony Pulis for re-invigorating his career. Continue reading…

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West Brom 4-0 West Ham: Brown and Berahino bury hapless Hammers

Sam Allardyce’s side were taken apart in the fifth round of the FA Cup at the Hawthorns, with substitute Morgan Amalfitano sent off in a disastrous performance

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West Brom v West Ham: FA Cup fifth round – live! | Scott Murray

FA Cup fifth round updates from the 12.45pm GMT kick-off at the Hawthorns Live scoreboard! keep track of all today’s games from around Europe And feel free to email your thoughts to scott.murray@theguardian.com 12.05pm GMT West Bromwich Albion: Foster, McAuley, Dawson, Lescott, Sessegnon, Gardner, Morrison, Yacob, Brunt, Berahino, Ideye. Subs: Wisdom, Olsson, Baird, Myhill, Pocognoli, Gamboa, McManaman. West Ham United: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Kouyate, Cresswell, Song, Nolan, Noble, Downing, Sakho, Valencia. Subs: O’Brien, Demel, Amalfitano, …

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West Ham United’s Andy Carroll facing tough few months, says Sam Allardyce – video

Speaking before it was announced that Andy Carroll would have to miss the rest of the season with West Ham United, manager Sam Allardyce says the striker is facing a very difficult period. Allardyce also looks ahead to West Ham United’s FA Cup match against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 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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1 Tottenham Hotspur 3
2 AFC Bournemouth 3
3 Arsenal 3
4 Manchester City 3
5 Newcastle United 3
6 Brighton & Hov… 3
7 Leeds United 3
8 Chelsea 3
9 Brentford 1
10 Fulham 1
11 Leicester City 1
12 Liverpool 1
13 Manchester United 0
14 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0
15 Everton 0
16 Aston Villa 0
17 Crystal Palace 0
18 Nottingham Forest 0
19 West Ham United 0
20 Southampton 0

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