- Sun Jan 21 6:46 AM
SkySports Alexis Sanchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were both absent on Saturday as Arsenal and Manchester United returned to Premier League action. Sanchez was left out of Arsenal's matchday squad for Crystal Palace's visit to the Emirates, while Mkhitaryan missed and more »
- Sat Jan 20 4:53 PM
Four goals in the first 22 minutes help Arsenal to a comprehensive win over a lacklustre Crystal Palace.
- Fri Jan 19 10:50 AM
SkySports Roy Hodgson hopes Ruben Loftus-Cheek can return in time for the 2018 World Cup after revealing his injury is worse than first thought. The 21-year-old has not played since December 28 due to an ankle injury, but he was originally expected to be out for and more »
- Fri Jan 19 12:51 AM
CRYSTAL PALACE suffered another major set back yesterday when manager Roy Hodgson said Ruben Loftus-Cheek could face a season-ending operation.
- Thu Jan 18 11:40 PM
On-loan Chelsea midfielder Loftus-Cheek was expected to be sidelined for a matter of weeks with an ankle problem, but Hodgson admits the initial diagnosis was incorrect.
- Thu Jan 18 11:20 PM
Roy Hodgson hopes Ruben Loftus-Cheek can return in time for the 2018 World Cup after revealing his injury is worse than first thought.
London Evening Standard
- Thu Jan 18 10:30 PM
Ruben Loftus-Cheek's World Cup dream could be in doubt because of an ankle injury.
- Thu Jan 18 10:30 PM
Crystal Palace midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek to miss several months after manager Roy Hodgson said his ankle injury is worse than first thought and may require surgery.
|People are entitled to say what they think, if it is heartfelt and honest,
said Hodgson. It is the person making the comment who has to stand for that, and I don't think it is for others to chip in and make comments about it.
We played Liverpool and did well enough to get something,
Hodgson said. Southampton we didn't play well, but even then had opportunities to equalise.
The campaign that has been mounted against Wilf is having an influence and that is sad if it is the case,
said Hodgson. I think he is a player who stays on his feet more than most.
This year he has added goals to his game, but we need to start chipping in with others or we will rely on him too much,
Hodgson told Sky Sports .