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Did you know Sir Alex Ferguson, the most successful football manager of all time, would have stayed on at Manchester United were it not for the death of his sister-in-law?
Arsenal are expected to report on Today that a second £3-million payment has been made by the club to a company owned by majority shareholder Stan Kroenke.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa is “detestable”, says former West Ham midfielder Alou Diarra.
Mike Dean will remain on Premier League duty next weekend, despite his controversial afternoon at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Arsenal fans have launched a barmy campaign to boycott the Costa coffee shop chain which shares part of its name with controversial Chelsea striker Diego Costa.
Diego Costa is facing a three-match ban for grappling with Laurent Koscielny during Chelsea’s win over Arsenal.
Manchester United plot £90m Cristiano Ronaldo return as Real Madrid superstar ‘seeks new challenge, but Paris St Germain have denied preparing a blockbuster end-of-season move for the Portuguese forward.
Costa, meanwhile, escaped from the fall-out from Saturday’s match by relaxing at Peppa Pig World despite having no children.
Manchester United are showing an interest in promising Heerenveen centre-back Jerry St Juste.
Barcelona superstar Neymar has intimated his desire to see Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho at the Nou Camp.
Jake Livermore set for Hull return in Capital One Cup clash after escaping ban for taking cocaine.
England boss Roy Hodgson keeping tabs on Tottenham’s Dele Alli over possible call-up.
West Ham’s Andy Carroll looks set to start his first match since February against Leicester in the Capital One Cup.
Liverpool’s Lucas has told his teammates to relax – despite the Reds’ poor start to the season.