- Mon Jan 29 11:30 PM
Alvaro Morata could be ready to make his return to the Chelsea FC team for their Premier League clash against Bournemouth on Wednesday night, Antonio Conte has said. The Spanish striker has been struggling with a back injury in recent days and he sat out Chelsea FC’s 3-0 victory over Newcastle Un...
- Mon Jan 29 7:22 PM
ASTON VILLA are attempting to hijack a move for Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe, Leeds United fancy a deal for Carpi striker Jerry Mbakogu while Wolverhampton Wanderers have confirmed a new deal for Liverpool target Morgan Gibbs-White - Express Sport brings you the latest Championship news, trans...
- Mon Jan 29 2:56 PM
CHELSEA boss Antonio Conte expects to have striker Alvaro Morata back in action when they face Bournemouth on Wednesday.
- Mon Jan 29 2:00 PM
CHELSEA face Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, but who will play?
- Mon Jan 29 10:11 AM
Gab Marcotti gives a timetable for Leroy Sane's return from injury and details how Manchester City can adjust to the German winger's absence. The weekend column finished dead level with our Home Banker obliging as Chelsea beat Newcastle to nil at 5/4. There's a full midweek round of Premier Leagu...
London Evening Standard
- Mon Jan 29 7:42 AM
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata could return from injury to face Bournemouth on Wednesday, Antonio Conte has confirmed.
- Sun Jan 28 10:31 PM
BEN WATSON'S VERDICT: After beating Bournemouth and West Ham, Wigan might be starting to dream again. Our 2013 FA Cup-winning team proved anything is possible.
- Thu Jan 25 11:58 AM
SkySports Baily Cargill has described his first days at Partick Thistle as "crazy" after playing against Celtic on the day he completed his loan deal from Bournemouth. The 22-year-old centre-back joined Partick for the rest of the season and immediately got and more »
|I think age is irrelevant. I don't think Gareth will look at the age at all. He'll look at the player, his experience and what he can bring,
Stanislas will be out for the season,
said Cherries boss Eddie Howe. He picked up a serious knee injury against Watford and has been operated on.
It was a really historic moment for the football club,
Howe said. We have never had a full England international play for Bournemouth so I'm sure I speak for many Bournemouth fans in congratulating him.
We appreciate every day being in the Premier League - never take it for granted or think we have a divine right to be here,
said Howe. We have to earn that right every single day. They're a group of players who never know when they are beaten and, when you have those characteristics, you ...