March 9 2014 Latest news:
The ‘old man’ goal celebration of Samuel Eto’o was given the seal of approval by manager Jose Mourinho after the striker’s opener set Chelsea on their way to a 4-0 Premier League win over 10-man Tottenham.
Manager Arsene Wenger believes Mesut Ozil answered his critics in the best way possible - scoring the first goal as Arsenal beat Everton 3-1 to book their place in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley.
Former England captain John Terry has insisted he has no plans to make himself available for World Cup selection.
Unhappy manager Tim Sherwood admitted Tottenham’s hopes of finishing in the Premier League’s top four now look remote after a horror 4-0 defeat at Chelsea.
Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points with a 4-0 win over London rivals Tottenham.
Tony Pulis defended Crystal Palace’s performance after their 1-0 defeat to Southampton but admitted their inability to create chances was a major disappointment.
Premier League: Chelsea 4 Tottenham 0
Birmingham manager Lee Clark heaped rich praise on Ravel Morrison for his match-winning performance as QPR won 2-0 at St Andrew’s.
Manager Felix Magath admits confidence is low amongst his rock-bottom Fulham outfit who lost 3-1 to relegation rivals Cardiff to remain four points adrift at the foot of the Premier League.
Premier League: Cardiff 3 Fulham 1
Premier League: Crystal Palace 0 Southampton 1
FA Cup quarter final: Arsenal 4 Everton 1
England manager Roy Hodgson has warned there will be no gimmes when it comes to World Cup squad places.
Per Mertesacker was full of praise for Arsenal team-mate Mesut Ozil after he returned to form with a sparkling performance in the Gunners’ 4-1 FA Cup quarter-final win over Everton.
Jack Wilshere does not face the same World Cup fitness race that saw England take a half-baked David Beckham and an unfit Wayne Rooney to two previous tournaments, according to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
League Two: AFC Wimbledon 0 York City 1
Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood is not sure why some people appear to want him to fail and will continue to ignore the background noise about his future.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway was delighted with his side’s showing in the 1-0 victory over Derby but it came at a price with the Lions’ team coach resembling a scene out of M*A*S*H after the game.