March 13 2014 Latest news:
Arsenal go into Sunday’s north London derby without Jack Wilshere – but the midfielder’s injury opens the door for the Gunners to unleash their secret weapon.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bentdner faces a dressing-down from manager Arsene Wenger and a club fine for an alleged drunken incident in Copenhagen earlier this week, it is understood.
Jose Riga was unfazed by his frosty reception from Charlton fans after he oversaw a goalless draw with Huddersfield in his first match in charge at The Valley.
Sandro has revealed Tottenham’s players were locked in a furious two-hour crisis meeting on the back of Saturday’s heavy defeat at Chelsea.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is wary of a fixture pile-up as the Hammers look to remain clear of the battle for Premier League survival.
Newcastle will be without striker Loic Remy and defender Mathieu Debuchy on Saturday due to injury.
The sacking of Chris Powell leaves only one black manager in the Football League – Norwich’s Chris Hughton.
FIFA have introduced a new rule that nations at this year’s World Cup in Brazil will be required to wear kits of predominantly one colour, therefore depriving us of a tradition as old as the tournament itself - terrible kits. Here is a rundown of the worst strips ever to have graced the World Cup Finals.
Hammers boss Sam Allardyce and skipper Kevin Nolan are nominated for awards after fabulous February
Hammers’ Italian striker Marco Borriello is still sidelined for the trip to Stoke City on Saturday
Brentford captain Tony Craig has called on Bees fans to turn their away game at Leyton Orient into a home game.
Tim Sherwood is doing “a great job” and his public criticism of his Tottenham players following the Chelsea defeat just showed his emotion, according to Spurs board member Sir Keith Mills.
Brentford manager Mark Warburton has warned Wolves and Leyton Orient that it may be more than 90 points to win promotion from League One this season.
Our Brentford columnist looks at the last two wins for the Bees before turning his attention to Saturday’s crunch promotion clash at Leyton Orient.
Arsenal are still assessing the severity of record signing Mesut Ozil’s hamstring injury.
Darren Alexander, the joint chairman of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust, sadly passed away last Friday aged 42.
Rooted to the foot of the Premier League, on their third manager this season and on the back of a crushing 3-1 defeat at relegation rivals Cardiff our blogger is already reflecting on Fulham’s season...
It had been a long time coming, but captain Nathan Clarke finally scored his first goal for the club at the 79th time of asking.
Sire De Grugy justified trainer Gary Moore’s faith when he stormed to a six length victory in the BetVictor Queen Mother Champion Chase on day two of the Cheltenham Festival.