- Sat Sep 2 7:03 AM
Transfer Deadline Day has come and gone but a number of former Premier League players are still without a club.
- Fri Sep 1 11:12 AM
Premier League clubs spent a record £1.4bn on transfers this summer, with the net spend of £665m further cementing the English top flight's place at the top the European football money tree.
- Fri Sep 1 6:01 AM
Paul Merson's grades the transfer window for each Premier League club - and isn't too impressed with Arsenal.
- Fri Sep 1 4:00 AM
SkySports The 23-year-old, formerly of Everton and Stoke, arrives at Bramall Lane on a three-year deal, becoming the Blades' ninth summer signing. Boss Chris Wilder told the club's official website: "It is no secret that we've been after another centre-half and and more »
- Fri Sep 1 1:28 AM
The 17-year-old is highly rated by the Baggies and was an unused substitute for Sunday's 1-1 Premier League draw against Stoke. Grecians' assistant manager Matt Oakley told the club's official website: "Kane was on the bench against Stoke so to and more »
- Fri Sep 1 12:59 AM
A record amount of money was spent in the window following the latest Premier League TV contract, but some of the most publicised deals didn’t materialise The summer-long Alexis Sánchez saga twisted at the very last, with Arsenal relaxing their absolute not-for-sale stance. Manchester City made t...
|Hughes out towards the end of the Newcastle game, some Stoke supporters held up banners calling for the manager to be sacked. It's to be expected,
said Hughes. I think for the last two or three weeks, the agenda in the media and on lots of platforms, on social media, that's what was going...
That's their decision, but it doesn't help us,
said Hughes. We'd love them to stay and get behind us and hope for a change of fortune but, yeah, at 3-0 could they see a way back? Probably not.
We take the TV money and the pound of flesh and this is when we have to pay it back, I suppose,
That's their decision but it doesn't help us,
said Hughes. We'd love them to stay and get behind us and hope for a change of fortune but at 2-0 could they see a way back? Probably not. It was an honest decision from them but if they paid their money you'd think they would stay unti...