March 16 2014 Latest news:
Jose Mourinho hit out at referee Chris Foy’s decision to send him off during Chelsea’s ill-tempered defeat to Aston Villa.
Premier League: Aston Villa 1 Chelsea 0
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce lamented both his team’s defending and a decision by referee Craig Pawson that had left him “baffled” after the Hammers fell to a 3-1 defeat at Stoke.
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis admitted the Eagles remain firmly entrenched in a battle for their Premier League lives but was happier than Sunderland counterpart Gus Poyet after a goalless stalemate at the Stadium of Light.
Fulham manager Felix Magath believes the 1-0 win over Newcastle will give the Cottagers the confidence to climb out of their predicament at the bottom of the Premier League.
Premier League: Sunderland 0 Crystal Palace 0
Premier League: Fulham 1 Newcastle 0
Premier League: Stoke City 3 West Ham United 1
League One: Leyton Orient 0 Brentford 1
Centre-back Per Mertesacker has warned Arsenal have no more margin for error if they are to last the distance in the Barclays Premier League title race.
Tim Sherwood wants this weekend’s north London derby to be a “blood and thunder” encounter as he believes that will give Tottenham the edge.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway felt his side just lacked a goal to give them victory in the south London derby against Charlton.
Charlton manager Jose Riga hailed the defensive performance of his basement battlers after seeing the Addicks extend the unbeaten start to his reign to two games with a 0-0 draw at Millwall.
Over-confidence has put Fulham in a position where they are deemed likely to go down, according to manager Felix Magath.
Manager Arsene Wenger says that his Arsenal side won’t be concerned with trying to get Tottenham fans to turn on their own manager and misfiring team in Sunday’s north London derby.
League Two: Dagenham & Redbridge 1Morecambe 1
Championship: Millwall 0 Charlton 0
This weekend is a bumper weekend for football with a unique triple-header of capital clashes across the top three divisions. The north London derby is billed as the biggest, but is it the most important?