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PLUS: Danny Ings and Mo Salah's goalscoring bet and why Jurgen Klopp is happy at Alisson's blunder
London Evening Standard
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Danny Ings has revealed his ambitious wager with former Liverpool team-mate Mohamed Salah over who will bag more goals this season.
- Sun Sep 2 6:57 PM
The Brazilian midfielder was an unused substitute for Manchester United's win over Burnley on Sunday
- Sat Sep 1 9:49 AM
MANCHESTER UNITED NEWS: Starsport bring you all the latest news and transfer gossip from the Red Devils.
- Sat Sep 1 7:55 AM
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Republic of Ireland forward Jon Walters has rejoined Ipswich on loan from Burnley until January.
- Thu Aug 30 4:41 PM
Southampton manager Mark Hughes will make a late decision on whether to include striker Danny Ings in his squad for Saturday's Premier League trip to Crystal Palace. Ings returned to his boyhood club earlier this month on a season-long loan from Liverpool before a permanent move next year. He has...
- Thu Aug 30 9:01 AM
IRELAND striker Jon Walters is set to return to his old club Ipswich Town on a loan move.
- Wed Aug 29 7:10 PM
SkySports Ipswich Town are closing in on a deal to bring Burnley's Jon Walters back to Portman Road on a half-season loan, Sky Sports News understands. A deal for the 34-year-old to return to Ipswich is expected to be agreed before Friday's loan deadline. and more »
|You take your 1-1, we take seven points out of nine and we say, 'OK, we're getting back somewhere to where we think we should be',
said Dyche. We're not there, but we are getting back, and we are scoring goals again, which is pleasing.
In the first half we were effective and should have been out of sight,
Dyche said. In the second, credit to Huddersfield because they didn't relent, kept playing and we lost our way. It's seven points out of nine and we are getting back to somewhere we were last season.
I think Gareth has got good reason to like him, but he's still developing as a player,
That's where he gets his most credit I think, people forget that,