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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 things to look out for this weekend | Paul Doyle

Liverpool have questions to answer in defence, Chelsea have selection issues against Manchester City and could Villa trouble Arsenal? Unless Thergothon , the pioneers of Finnish funeral metal, are about to head out on a resurrection tour, you’ll be hard pressed to find a gloomier band of brooders in England this weekend than the fans of the team who fail to win Saturday’s early kick-off. Hull City are in the grip of an ominous despondency, with the regime unpopular, the…

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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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West Ham 1-1 West Bromwich Albion | Premier League match report

Marvel at the Tony Pulis effect. Although the presence of the Premier League’s leading troubleshooter in the stands at Upton Park was not quite enough to lift his new side to an unlikely victory over West Ham United, this was an encouraging first step in the right direction for West Bromwich Albion, who can take great heart from a performance that suggested they are more than capable of staying up. West Brom will be disappointed that they were unable to summon …

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West Ham 1-1 West Brom: Berahino cancels out Sakho opener

New Baggies boss Tony Pulis was in attendance as Sam Allardyce’s team slipped up in their pursuit of a Champions League spot

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Tony Pulis handed two-and-a-half-year deal as new West Brom head coach

• Pulis to meet West Brom players before West Ham match • First game in charge will be FA Cup tie on Saturday • Survival instincts made Pulis the obvious choice Tony Pulis is to be appointed as the West Bromwich Albion head coach on a two-and-a-half-year contract and will meet the players he hopes to lead to Premier League safety before Thursday’s game at West Ham. He will be announced as …

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West Ham v West Brom: match preview

West Bromwich Albion will travel to Upton Park without a manager after Alan Irvine was put out of his misery on Monday night, although Sam Allardyce has warned his West Ham United side not to use that as an excuse to become complacent. It is a big game for West Ham. Successive defeats against Arsenal and Chelsea saw them drop out of the top four and they will be desperate to get back on…

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West Brom players disappointed about Alan Irvine’s departure – video

West Bromwich Albion’s assistant head coach, Rob Kelly, discusses the departure of Alan Irvine as the team prepares for trip to West Ham on Thursday. Kelly says the team is disappointed that Irvine has gone and discusses the Baggies’ prospects against Sam Allardyce’s West Ham Continue reading…

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West Ham – West Brom Preview: Allardyce wary of Baggies backlash

The Baggies sacked Alan Irvine earlier this week following a poor run of form and the Hammers boss believes his side are in for a tough test against a team with something to prove

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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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West Bromwich Albion 1-2 West Ham United | Premier League match report

The last time West Ham United were at the Hawthorns, their fans were baying for Sam Allardyce’s head; on Tuesday night they were chanting about winning the league. Such is the fickle nature of football but, after recovering from going behind to embellish their best start to a Premier League season with goals from Kevin Nolan and James Tomkins, the West Ham manager could bask in the relative glory of his team staying fifth in the table, a point outside the …

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West Brom 1-2 West Ham: Tomkins & Nolan strike as Hammers come from behind

Sam Allardyce’s men recovered from Craig Dawson’s early opener to earn a victory that keeps them in the top six and leaves the Baggies hovering above the relegation zone

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Valencia returns to training ahead of West Brom clash

The Ecuador international striker has been sidelined with injury in recent weeks but could return as the club try to cope with the demands of a hectic Christmas schedule

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From José Fonte to Mame Biram Diouf: 10 unsung Premier League heroes | Andy Hunter

While big names grab the headlines, a host of players have escaped front-page attention but are key to their sides fortunes 10 talking points from last weekends action Congratulations Diego Costa, Nemanja Matic, Sergio Agüero, Graziano Pellè and all the other headline-making acts in the Premier League this season youre flying. Keep up the good work. But what of the unsung talents, those who have been over-shadowed by more prominent names…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

We round up our favourite pics from Saturdays and Sundays matches in the top flight Continue reading…

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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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Infantino refuses to rule out 39th game approval

The Uefa general secretary has insisted that the proposal to take matches abroad will not be immediately thrown out until it is properly discussed

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The Dozen: the best photos from the weekend’s Premier League matches

Our pick of the best images from around the top-flight grounds on Saturday and Sunday Continue reading…

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Transfer window fans verdict part 2: Manchester United to West Ham

From the culling acumen of Louis van Gaal at Manchester United to the loan coup and strong hints of promise at West Ham, the fans have their say on the transfer window With the Glazer debt squeezing the club for nine years they have acted only when they thought their lavish sponsorship deals and a return to the top-four were in jeopardy. Our squad had become bloated with mediocre players. Louis van Gaal is a…

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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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West Ham seal late signing of the France midfielder Morgan Amalfitano

Player has joined from Marseille for undisclosed fee He was on loan at West Bromwich Albion last season Morgan Amalfitano has become the ninth summer signing for West Ham United, joining the club from Marseille for an undisclosed fee. The 29-year-old midfielder, who has won one France cap, joins the recent loan acquisition Alex Song as well as other summer signings Carl Jenkinson, Enner Valencia, Diafra Sakho, Cheikhou Kouyaté, Diego Poyet, Aaron Cresswell and

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Premier League opening day in pictures

The best images from around the grounds at the start of the season Continue reading…

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Tony Pulis leaves Crystal Palace before ball is kicked but who will go next | Louise Taylor

Alan Pardew and Sam Allardyce need patience and luck to avoid the early-season sack at Newcastle and West Ham respectively The computer game Football Manager categorises the “job status” of its fictional coaches in four bands: secure, stable, insecure and very insecure. Few actual Premier League managers would admit to belonging to the first two brackets. In a profession in which even the perceived best are only three consecutive defeats removed from …

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Premier League 2014-15 fans previews part 2: Manchester Utd to West Ham

How LVG has changed Uniteds mindset; QPRs new system looks vulnerable; and rebuilding Southampton is a task and half Part 1: season previews from Arsenal to Manchester City Continue reading…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
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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