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Guardian - Sun Oct 1 10:30 PM
The manager praised his side’s refusal to give up against Swansea but fraying tempers in the stands suggest fans’ favourite is using up the last of his goodwill Midway through the first half, Slaven Bilic switched his wingers. Michail Antonio went left, André Ayew went right. It was a sure sign t...
Guardian - Sun Oct 1 7:03 PM
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Guardian - Sat Sep 30 5:14 PM
Diafra Sakho, the man who tried to engineer a move to Rennes on the final day of the transfer window, lifted the pressure on Slaven Bilic when he settled a dreadful game in West Ham’s favour with a winner in the 90th minute. Bilic limps on, safe from the sack for now. He faced mutiny from the Lon...
Guardian - Sat Sep 30 1:45 PM
Minute-by-minute updates from the Saturday 3pm (UK time) kick-offs Live scores: all the goals from the games around the UK and Europe Email simon.burnton@theguardian.com . Tweet @ Simon_Burnton 10.42am BST Hello world! So another busy Saturday afternoon awaits. Goals, excitement, intrigue – we’re...
Guardian - Fri Sep 29 4:13 PM
Slaven Bilic finds himself under far more pressure than Paul Clement even though West Ham only lie a point below Swansea. Bilic desperately needs a win after last week’s defeat to Tottenham and it is likely to be a tense afternoon at the London Stadium. Swansea have lacked a goal threat this seas...
Guardian - Fri Sep 29 9:42 AM
Today’s rumours are on the hoof Spanish assist-machine David Silva is believed to be flattered by interest from Milan , who spent €175m on an overhaul during the summer, but are currently languishing in seventh place in Serie A, already six points off the pace set by Napoli and Juventus. Silva ha...
Guardian - Mon Sep 25 4:41 PM
The Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins takes in three emotionally charged football matches over three days and captures all the colour and passion as AFC Wimbledon take on MK Dons, Tottenham Hotspur visit West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday face Sheffield United in the Steel City derby Continue reading
Guardian - Mon Sep 25 8:53 AM
Sean Dyche was worked up about nothing, Mark Hughes hopes life for Stoke will get easier and Ronald Koeman played his last cards to get Everton out of trouble If Brighton survive this season – and they survived this game thanks to several Newcastle misses and some good goalkeeping – there is ever...