April 16 2014 Latest news:
Lukas Podolski was delighted as FA Cup finalists Arsenal moved back into the top four of the Premier League for the next 24 hours at least following a 3-1 comeback victory over West Ham at the Emirates Stadium.
Hammers winger Matt Jarvis heads them in front but they cannot withstand the Arsenal fightback at the Emirates
It looks like home loans for all but the impressive Pablo Almero among West Ham’s loan signings
Hillsborough anniversary was emotional for West Ham legend
Championship: Charlton 1 Barnsley 2
When Christian Eriksen followed Nacer Chadli to White Hart Lane last summer, it appeared that one would occupy a central role while the other would play out wide – probably on the left.
Jose Mourinho believes January signing Mohamed Salah has the potential to be a crucial player for Chelsea.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce feels Arsenal must match Chelsea and Manchester City’s transfer spending if they are going to compete for the Premier League title next season.
Dagenham & Redbridge captain Abu Ogogo was startled at seeing his side put in an abject performance against Portsmouth – and admitted he hadn’t seen it that bad in quite some time.
Tony Pulis will make Tom Ince a top target for a permanent Selhurst Park switch if they stay in the Premier League - but admits the youngster has found it “difficult” being left out of the team in recent weeks.
Arsene Wenger has dropped his biggest hint yet that he will stay at Arsenal by saying planning for next season is already well underway.
Tottenham’s Ali Jawad has broken the world record with a 190kg bench press in the 59kg weight class to secure gold at the IPC Powerlifting World Championships in Dubai.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is convinced his side are still firmly in the Barclays Premier League title race.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is all too aware of the threat Crystal Palace pose to his side’s top-four dreams.
Orient fans are the most long-suffering in London according to a new study.
Ray Parlour is expecting a busy summer of transfer activity at Arsenal and feels the Gunners should prioritise a new defensive midfielder and a top class striker at the end of the season.
Wednesday’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace will again come too soon for Everton captain Phil Jagielka.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has questioned the “balance” of ticketing for the FA Cup final against Hull after each club were allocated 25,000 seats for Wembley on May 17.
Orient returned to form with a devastating display of attacking football against Gillingham at Brisbane Road.