- Sun Sep 24 10:30 PM
The 27-year-old left-back completed his £7million move to West Brom during on the penultimate day of the transfer window
- Sun Sep 24 1:00 PM
MANCHESTER CITY’s forgotten man Fabian Delph
said has explained his surprising decision to reject offers from other Premier League clubs and stay where he is.
- Sat Sep 23 11:16 PM
SkySports Arsene Wenger says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
's Arsenal exit was not as painful as Kieran Gibbs
' departure to West Brom. Gibbs left for the Hawthorns in a £7m deal on the penultimate day of the transfer window, with Oxlade-Chamberlain following him out and more »
- Fri Sep 22 12:34 PM
Five different goalscorers were on the scoresheet for Man City vs. Palace from their last meeting back in May. Craig Burley breaks down Kevin de Bruyne's supposed new Man City contract, where he's set to earn significantly more. Ale Moreno says Man City's abundance of talent and squad depth is wh...
- Fri Sep 22 5:20 AM
ARSENE WENGER insists he is no longer interested in bringing West Brom centre-back Jonny Evans
- Thu Sep 21 8:10 PM
ARSENE WENGER insists he is no longer interested in signing West Brom defender Jonny Evans
- Thu Sep 21 5:23 PM
West Brom midfielder Barry is set to play at the Emirates on Monday, but if Wenger had got his way he could have been lining up in red
- Thu Sep 21 4:03 PM
The ex-England star is in line to make his 633rd top-flight appearance at the Emirates on Monday
- Thu Sep 21 11:51 AM
Barry, 36, will break the all-time Premier League appearance record if he plays against Arsenal for West Brom on Monday. And Wenger admits he tried to sign Barry from Aston Villa in 2009.
London Evening Standard
- Thu Sep 21 10:54 AM
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Kieran Gibbs
was not offered a new contract to stay at Arsenal but believes he should be proud of his career at the club.
- Wed Sep 20 12:09 AM
West Brom boss Tony Pulis believes they were right to reject offers for Jonny Evans
during the summer transfer window.
|I've spoken to Mark on a few occasions, purely about this week,
Pardew said. We've had enough going on to occupy us, he's just getting his feet under the table.
Jonny Evans will be captain on Saturday, yes, provided he comes through training tomorrow,
said Pardew. The disciplinary side is dealt with.
The most important thing from Jonny's perspective was his performance last Saturday,
said Pardew. That was a very difficult game for him and Barry.
We only really have three scenarios in front of us,
Pardew said. Either we perform the great escape, we go down with a fight and dignity, or we go down with a whimper.