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  • Brighton agree deal to sign Tim Krul on a permanent transfer

    September 20, 2017 2:00 PM 7

    Tim Krul leaves Newcastle United after 12 years as Brighton turn loan deal into a permanent one Tim Krul has left Newcastle United permanently after his loan deal with Brighton was today converted into a permanent transfer. The move now means that Krul could appear against the Magpies if Chris Hughton selects him after previously being ineligible due to the terms

  • Manchester United urged to ban new Romelu Lukaku chant by Kick It Out

    September 19, 2017 10:55 AM 7

    The new chant pays tribute to Man Utd star Romelu Lukaku but has not gone down well with football's equality and inclusion organisation. Manchester United have been urged to ban Romelu Lukaku's popular new chant because Kick It Out feel it is 'racist' and 'discriminatory'. The 20-word chant, which is sung to the tune of the Stone Roses' 'Made of Stone'

  • West Ham face up to a month without Manuel Lanzini as star playmaker suffers significant injury setback

    September 18, 2017 9:58 PM 5

    West Ham are facing up to another month without star playmaker Manuel Lanzini with his recovery from a knee injury stalling significantly. Lanzini has only played 45 minutes this season and is struggling to make progress towards a return, training alone throughout September. Tuesday's Carabao Cup clash with Bolton Wanderers would have presented an ideal

  • Roger Varian’s St Leger flop Defoe to undergo tests following poor run at Doncaster racecourse

    September 18, 2017 9:30 PM 6

    Roger Varian has ruled out another run for Defoe this term, with the colt set to undergo a number of tests following his below-par effort in the St Leger at Doncaster on Saturday. The son of Dalakhani suffered his first defeat of the season when finishing down the field in the final Classic of the campaign at Town Moor on his inaugural outing in Group

  • Premiership Rugby insist 'it would be wrong to judge' US venture so soon following low attendance for Saracens' win over Newcastle in Philadelphia

    September 18, 2017 5:58 PM 6

    Premiership Rugby say it would be wrong to judge their American venture on the attendance figure for Saturday's clash between Newcastle and Saracens in Philadelphia. A crowd of just 6,271 turned up at the 18,500-capacity Talen Energy Stadium for a second Premiership match played in America, after Saracens took on London Irish in New York 18 months ago. It was the fourth-lowest

  • Romelu Lukaku's Man Utd goal celebration vs Everton sends opposition fans into meltdown

    September 18, 2017 4:00 AM 7

    Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku has upset a lot of people with his goal celebration against Everton but the Man Utd fans loved it. Romelu Lukaku has described his goal celebration as a 'bit of banter' but the Everton fans were definitely not laughing. Every time a player plays against their former club it brings up the question 'should they celebrate'

  • Everton's Wayne Rooney 'will return to Manchester United'

    September 18, 2017 3:30 AM 8

    Jose Mourinho says striker 'was home and one day will be back home' after Old Trafford reunion Jose Mourinho believes that Everton striker Wayne Rooney will return to Manchester United in the future. Blues fans thought that prodigal son Rooney coming back to Goodison this summer was a return 'home' for the Croxteth-born boyhood Blue but the Portuguese

  • Manchester United 4-0 Everton PLAYER RATINGS: Nemanja Matic the lynchpin as £45m Gylfi Sigurdsson struggles to impose himself

    September 18, 2017 12:15 AM 6

    Antonio Valencia's brilliant opener set Manchester United on their way to a routine win over Everton on Wayne Rooney's return to Old Trafford. Late goals from Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Romelu Lukaku and an Anthony Martial penalty sealed the points. Rooney impressed, but he was guilty of missing several chances including a big one to level after the break

  • Chelsea defender David Luiz was rightly given a straight red for his nasty challenge on Sead Kolasinac

    September 17, 2017 3:06 PM 6

    Referee Michael Oliver had a superb game at Stamford Bridge getting the biggest decision, to dismiss David Luiz after 87 minutes for serious foul play, absolutely right. Luiz went flying in to challenge Sead Kolasinac with his right foot up, studs showing catching the Arsenal man on the ankle. It looked like a nasty tackle with intent and Kolasinac was perhaps

  • Man City veteran Yaya Toure 'bewildered' by Pep Guardiola's decision to freeze him out

    September 17, 2017 2:13 PM 8

    Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure is yet to play this season. Yaya Toure is said to be in the dark about why Pep Guardiola has left him out - despite the Manchester City boss saying otherwise. The veteran Ivorian has been omitted from the last three match-day squads - and has not played a single minute for City this season. Guardiola has said he has explained