March 17 2014 Latest news:
Six-time Olympic champion cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has again been on the sharp end of abuse from disgruntled football fans after Chelsea supporters took to social media to vent their fury at referee Chris Foy.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s mind is already on his 1,000th game in charge of the Gunners but only because his side face league leaders Chelsea.
Didier Drogba might be a Chelsea legend and carry the club in his heart but he won’t be finding it difficult to take on the Blues in tomorrow night’s Champions League clash.
Brisbane Road saw its first sell-out on Saturday since the FA Cup clash with Arsenal more than three years ago.
Danny Rose has hailed Tottenham’s performance against Arsenal, but he says the Gunners were more clinical – and that is the difference between the top four sides and the chasing pack.
Goalscorer Andy drops another World Cup hint
Jan Vertonghen says there are few positives to be taken from yesterday’s north London derby, despite the fact that Tottenham dominated much of the game against Arsenal.
Galatasaray manager Roberto Mancini knows that the Turkish side are underdogs going into tomorrow night’s Champions League last 16 game with Chelsea but they were going to do what they can to progress.
Jose Mourinho says he is calm but angry about how referee Chris Foy handled his side during their 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa on Saturday, and would prefer it if he never refereed another Chelsea match.
Orient’s automatic promotion prospects were dealt a serious blow when they lost 1-0 at home to London rivals Brentford on Saturday.
Our Brentford blogger reflects on one of the most glorious weeks in the club’s history.
Our Fulham blogger gives his take on the win over Newcastle
Tomas Rosicky’s thunderbolt proved the difference as Arsenal all-but ended Tottenham’s top-four ambitions at White Hart Lane.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City made the most of Chelsea’s slip-up and Aston Villa to make the Premier League title race one of the most keenly contested ever but there were also lessons at the other end of the table.
Dagenham & Redbridge boss Wayne Burnett was frustrated his side failed to press on from their 1-0 advantage against Morecambe on Saturday, and they paid the ultimate price with Mark Hughes’ 89th minute equaliser.
Tottenham blogger George Lacey gives his verdict on yesterday’s 1-0 home defeat against Arsenal, and discusses where it leaves Spurs.
Millwall captain Paul Robinson poured scorn on Michael Morrison’s assessment that the Lions would rather be in Charlton’s shoes.
Charlton defender Michael Morrison admitted that he was saddened by the sacking of Chris Powell but remains desperate to keep the Addicks in the Championship.
Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood has, once again, called on Spurs to follow the example of Liverpool and allow for a rebuilding process in order to shake off their ‘Nearlymen’ tag.