December 12 2013 Latest news:
Sam Allardyce admits that his future as West Ham United boss is in the hands of co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold but hopes that he will be shown the same patience as previous managers.
New Brentford manager Mark Warburton will be making some slight alterations to the predecessor Uwe Rosler’s philosophy.
Arsenal legend Bob Wilson is delighted Wojciech Szczesny is finally getting the recognition he deserves – but claims the goalkeeper has been in great form for the last TWO years.
Danny Rose will make his comeback from a three-month injury lay-off to start in Tottenham’s Europa League match against Anzhi Makhachkala tonight.
London Irish’s new owners have ruled out paying over the odds to retain England wing Marland Yarde and dismissed the prospect of a Toulon-style recruitment drive.
Mark Schwarzer can’t believe his luck and is pinching himself at becoming the oldest Champions League debutant – at the age of 41.
Head coach Vince Macaulay believes that the best is yet to come from Ben Smith after his top points haul against Birmingham Knights showed the American guard is starting to find his feet as a London Lion.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis has dismissed speculation of a move for Blackburn’s Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes in the January transfer window.
Rene Meulensteen insists Dimitar Berbatov is key to Fulham climbing up the Premier League table.
New Brentford sporting director Frank McParland admitted that he turned down other offers to join the Bees.
There are surprisingly few rugby players that have made the switch from union to American football but Saracens’ newest recruit Hayden Smith is an even rarer breed that has done it and swapped back.
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Blackburn have announced that London-born striker DJ Campbell will not face Millwall as he has been given time off after he was bailed this week following his arrest in a spot-fixing investigation.
Defender Per Mertesacker believes it could prove a good thing for Arsenal to have to tackle one of Europe’s top sides in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Golden moments may have become almost second nature to Mo Farah during his illustrious track career but he has urged patience in his quest to join the world marathon racing elite.
Rafael Benitez feels Arsenal can make an impact in this season’s Champions League despite the prospects of such a tough draw.
Mark Schwarzer has admitted that Chelsea are yet to hit top form but believes that when they do their array of talent will make the Premier League title race very “interesting”.
Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson will not fight against the decision to deny him entry to the UK, apparently cancelling planned appearances on stage next year.
London Irish have announced that a consortium of London-based Irish businessmen has completed a takeover of the club.
South Africa international and World Cup winner, CJ van der Linde has signed for London Irish for the remainder of the season and will join up with the squad next week.
Midfielder Mathieu Flamini feels Arsenal deserve credit from qualifying out of the toughest of Champions League groups and is not bothered whom they might face in the last 16.
Hayden Smith says he feels “very lucky” to have sealed a return to Saracens, having completed a remarkable conversion back to rugby union from American football.
Arsenal have launched an investigation into why hundreds of travelling supporters were delayed in getting to the Champions League Group F tie against Napoli on Wednesday night.
Jose Mourinho hopes Chelsea are drawn against Didier Drogba’s Galatasaray in the last-16 of the Champions League after securing top spot in Group E with a lacklustre 1-0 win over Steaua Bucharest.
Bingham to miss a month with medial knee ligament injury.