- Tue May 8 10:29 AM
Arsenal put five goals past Burnley's typically stout defense at the Emirates, making Arsene Wenger's final home match one to remember. Arsenal put five goals past Burnley's typically stout defense at the Emirates, making Arsene Wenger's final home match one to remember. Arsenal put five goals pa...
- Sun May 6 5:51 PM
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere
may have just shown in one short highlight precisely why he needs to go to the World Cup with England this summer. The 26-year-old has had a decent season back at Arsenal after spending last year on loan at Bournemouth and failing to particularly catch the eye. MO...
- Sat May 5 3:06 PM
LIVERPOOL legend Phil Thompson reckons Danny Ings will want to leave the club this summer.
- Fri May 4 6:34 PM
PETER CROUCH: The first time that I crossed paths with Dyche, the last thing I wanted to do was come away and give him compliments. It was December 2001, and Portsmouth v Millwall.
|When I spoke to him about coming in I said he'd be free to play,
Dyche said. He had a start due to injuries that we had but there's a big demand here, there's a group of goalkeepers who are demanding and he's risen to that. He's a quality goalkeeper, but so are Tom Heaton, Nick Pop...
We didn't look anywhere near how we played last weekend and I reminded the players of that at half-time,
Dyche told Sky Sports.
It was a resolute performance,
Dyche said. It's difficult here, I've got a lot of respect for Neil, they make it difficult, they're on the front foot, they get the ball early, they put the ball in the box from virtually everywhere.
I remember the first time we got in the Premier League, a very experienced manager said get ready for not as many nice weekends with the family,
Dyche said. Premier League wins are harder to come by, so maybe he's thinking of that. The Premier League puts you at a stretch. When those wins...