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Poyet planning shake-up
Gus Poyet will look at freshening up his Sunderland squad in January, but admits picking up points is the focus for now.
Howard hails Martinez mould
Tim Howard has claimed Everton are buoyant with confidence but insists nobody is getting carried away ahead of Christmas.
Deulofeu deal can be extended
Roberto Martinez has revealed that Everton could extend Gerard Deulofeu's loan from Barcelona for another season.
Barker named Pompey manager
Portsmouth have appointed Richie Barker as their new manager, with Steve Coppell arriving as director of football.
Swansea v Hull City preview
Swansea City and Hull City will be looking to move into the top half of the table when they lock horns at the Liberty Stadium.
Pardew: Newcastle dangerous
Alan Pardew has warned Premier League clubs that Newcastle are pose a "dangerous" proposition following victory over defending champions Manchester United.
Campbell among six arrested
Blackburn striker DJ Campbell is one of six men in police custody following new match-fixing allegations in football.
Shelvey tipped for the top
Swansea City's assistant manager Morten Wieghorst believes Jonjo Shelvey is destined for big things domestically and internationally.
Milner happy with group
England face a so-called group of death at next year's World Cup, but Manchester City midfielder James Milner believes it could work in their favour.
Meulensteen coy on Berbatov
Rene Meulensteen says Dimitar Berbatov is "fully committed" to Fulham - but cannot be sure he will stay in January.
Davies backing Graham to fire
Hull City captain Curtis Davies believes Swansea will prioritise Monday's Premier League clash ahead of their final Europa League group stage match on Thursday.
Mourinho laments imperfections
Jose Mourinho admits Chelsea are "not the perfect squad" but he remains committed to building for the future at Stamford Bridge.
Johnson sure Reds can cope
Liverpool defender Glen Johnson admits losing captain Steven Gerrard to injury is a blow but believes the Anfield club have a good enough squad to cope.
Krul: Newcastle deserved win
Tim Krul says "things are looking really good" at Newcastle, adding that their win at Manchester United was "truly deserved".
Moyes: United fans patient
David Moyes believes Manchester United fans appreciate the bigger picture facing the club at the present time.
Monaco scrape win, Lille lose
Monaco moved back to second in Ligue 1 with a hard-fought 1-0 win over 10-man Ajaccio at the Stade Louis II.
Roma return to winning ways
Roma ensured they did not lose any further ground on Serie A leaders Juventus as they belatedly returned to winning ways with a 2-1 defeat of Fiorentina on Sunday.
Serious violence in Brazil
A Brazilian league match between Atletico Paranaense and Vasco da Gama was stopped for more than an hour on Sunday after fans started fighting in the stands.
Wenger satisfied with lead
Arsene Wenger was happy to have five points between Arsenal and their nearest challengers after a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Everton.
Latest news from
- Poyet planning shake-up
- Howard hails Martinez mould
- Deulofeu deal can be extended
- Barker named Pompey manager
- Swansea v Hull City preview
- Pardew: Newcastle dangerous
- Campbell among six arrested
- Shelvey tipped for the top
- Milner happy with group
- Meulensteen coy on Berbatov
- Davies backing Graham to fire
- Mourinho laments imperfections
- Johnson sure Reds can cope
- Krul: Newcastle deserved win
- Moyes: United fans patient
- Monaco scrape win, Lille lose
- Roma return to winning ways
- Serious violence in Brazil
- Wenger satisfied with lead