- Mon Sep 17 9:25 PM
Maturity and diligence have made the difference for the West Ham striker who has gone from liability to linchpin When Manchester United showed an interest in Marko Arnautovic at the start of the summer, it was tempting to wonder whether West Ham would be wise to cash in on a player who turns 30 i...
- Mon Sep 17 8:31 AM
Ryan Fraser ran Leicester ragged; Neil Warnock will not tolerate more Cardiff mistakes; and Rafael
Benítez needs a new plan Jürgen Klopp was asked to describe his emotions during stoppage time in the 2-1 victory at Tottenham. His dominant Liverpool team had led 2-0 going into it but they conceded...
- Sun Sep 16 9:10 PM
Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight The Dozen archive Continue reading
- Sun Sep 16 11:45 AM
Manchester United haven’t often showed their potential under José Mourinho, but the pieces might be falling into place as their Champions League campaign begins For 15 minutes on Saturday, Manchester United supporters were given a glimpse of what might just be possible. The scintillating spell be...
- Sat Sep 15 7:35 PM
There may be something in the notion that José Mourinho is obsessed with the notion that everyone is obsessed with him but the Manchester United manager can wake up on Sunday morning feeling the surge of happiness that comes from three points. A narrow victory over Watford was coloured with a blu...
- Sat Sep 15 4:34 PM
Premier League updates from the 5.30pm BST kick-off Yoga, tackles, timekeeping: Gracia’s Watford revolution Clockwatch – live with Barry Glendenning! And feel free to email Niall or tweet him 4.34pm BST Watford (4-2-2-2): Foster; Janmaat, Cathcart, Kabasele, Holebas; Doucouré, Capoue; Hughes, Per...
- Fri Sep 14 4:39 PM
Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now ! At today’s weekly rendezvous at Old Trafford with the interestingly-odoured representatives of the media, José Mourinho was eager to discuss “the ones that wake up in the morning and the first thing into their mind is José Mourinho and Manchest...
- Fri Sep 14 3:42 PM
Watford will look to extend their best-ever start to a Premier League campaign against an out-of-sorts Manchester United. Consistency has been key to this season’s surprise package, with Javi Gracia selecting the same lineup in every match so far. Conversely, José Mourinho has said he doesn’t kno...
- Fri Sep 14 11:09 AM
• Manchester United manager unhappy at claims over Rashford • Accuses pundits of being ‘obsessed’ with him and telling ‘lies’ José Mourinho has defended his use of Marcus Rashford, with Manchester United’s manager reading from a prepared sheet of statistics regarding the forward’s appearances sin...
- Fri Sep 14 12:30 AM
Spurs’ rough month could be extended by Liverpool, another perfect record is on the line at Watford and fears for West Ham September hasn’t exactly been great for Tottenham thus far. Defeat at Watford was followed by landing in Barcelona’s Champions League group, Daniel Levy confirming more costl...
- Thu Sep 13 10:30 PM
• Midfielder says former teammate ‘has a big personality’ • ‘He liked to show off a little bit but he’s a very nice guy’ The Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucouré has labelled Paul Pogba a “show-off” as he prepares to come up against his former international teammate against Manchester United. “I...
- Thu Sep 13 8:47 AM
Today’s rumours have a selective memory In shock news, José Mourinho wants to get rid of Anthony Martial . Apparently Manchester United’s manager has run out of patience with the French winger and is willing to pack him off to Arsenal or Tottenham Hotspur as soon as the transfer window opens. It...
- Wed Sep 12 10:30 PM
• Manager frustrated over players’ lack of first-team action • Marcus Rashford could retain place after fine displays Gareth Southgate has expressed frustration about Phil Foden’s lack of first-team involvement for Manchester City and warned England’s senior players they cannot expect to keep the...
- Tue Sep 11 11:36 PM
Marcus Rashford made a case to retain his starting spot ahead of Raheem Sterling
as he led a rusty England past Switzerland There were times when, at best, this felt like a persuasive argument for all things Nations League. Uefa’s brainchild at least provides a competitive edge at a time of year...
- Tue Sep 11 9:58 PM
For a long time, it was a reminder of what it used to be like with England, back in the days when the football seldom strayed above six out of 10, when the crowd had to make their own entertainment and the idea that this team could possibly come within one game of a World Cup final felt implausib...