March 11 2014 Latest news:
Charlton have appointed Jose Riga as head coach after the sacking of Chris Powell.
Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul will be available for Sunday’s north London derby against Arsenal after the Football Association confirmed his red card in last weekend’s loss at Chelsea had been rescinded.
A plethora of talented footballers have passed through the hands of West Ham’s Neil McDonald during his coaching career, but when it comes to naming the best of them, he has little hesitation.
There is rarely stability at White Hart Lane. Managers come and go – with increasing regularity these days – while the same applies to the players.
Chris Powell has been sacked as Charlton manager with the club bottom of the Championship.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hopes Norway referee Svein Oddvar Moen will be clever enough to spot any ‘tricks’ in Wednesday night’s Champions League showdown with Bayern Munich to avoid any of his players being sent off in “special circumstances” once again.
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Matt Woosnam, Crystal Palace blogger and online editor of the Five Year Plan fanzine, urges the Eagles to give youth a chance in the Premier League.
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta has backed young trio Gideon Zelalem, Serge Gnabry and Benik Afobe to have bright futures with the Gunners.
Arsenal’s Lukas Podolski has dismissed suggestions that he could move to Schalke as part of a deal to take Julian Draxler to the Emirates Stadium.
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen says pressure from Andre Schurrle forced him to play the disastrous back-pass that led to Chelsea’s opening goal at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Charlton blogger Kyle Andrews feels betrayed after the sacking of Chris Powell and says his exit leaves a bitter taste for Addicks fans.
Orient manager Russell Slade says it’s time for the O’s to reverse their terrible record at Vale Park.
Damien Delaney has defended Crystal Palace’s goal-shy strikers and says the whole team must take responsibility for the Eagles’ poor record in front of goal.
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Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby has revealed his father “had a tear in his eye” when he turned out for Spurs against his boyhood club Everton.
Crystal Palace’s Damien Delaney hopes his centre-back partnership with Scott Dann will keep the Eagles in the Premier League – despite their scoring struggles.
Millwall striker DJ Campbell is hoping that the Lions can build on their win over Derby when they face Blackpool and Charlton in the coming days.
Chelsea can romp to the Premier League title without losing another match, according to former Blues striker Tony Cascarino.