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Jose Mourinho preferred to focus on three points gained, rather than numerous goals squandered, after Chelsea’s 1-0 win at Sporting Lisbon saw them seize control of Champions League Group G.

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Alan Judge is watched by Juan Carlos Paredes. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

Alan Judge believes Brentford must make their dominant spells count after the Bees fell to a 2-1 defeat at Watford.

Mats Hummels of Germany celebrates with the World Cup trophy (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has admitted he is flattered by interest from abroad and that it could be on the cards one day.

Nathaniel Chalobah  (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Burnley loanee Nathaniel Chalobah was last night taken to hospital with what looked like a throat injury suffered in an under-21 cup tie.

Cheik Tiote (Photo by Richard Sellers/Getty Images)

Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote says he wants to leave the club and claims Arsenal were interested in signing him during the summer transfer window.

Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson celebrates after scoring the winner against Norwich. Picture: Stephen Pond/PA Wire

Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson scored a dramatic 86th-minute winner to hand the Addicks a shock 1-0 win away to Championship leaders Norwich City on Tuesday night. Here is a selection of the best pictures from Carrow Road.

Enner Valencia (centre) has impressed for West Ham (Picture: Richard Sellers/EMPICS)

West Ham striker Carlton Cole has welcomed the added competition for places from summer signings Enner Valencia and Diafra Sakho at Upton Park.

Arsene Wenger (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal are working hard with new fitness coach Shad Forsythe to reduce their number of injuries.

Yesterday, 17:00
Diego Poyet, West Ham United

Patient Poyet could go out on loan, but is happy to stay at Upton Park

Brentford Manager Mark Warburton. Picture: Clive Gee/PA Wire

Newly-appointed Watford head coach Billy McKinlay was impressed by the way his players ignored the upheaval of recent days to secure victory against Brentford.

Charlton Athletic manager Bob Peeters watches his side warm up at The Valley. Picture: Daniel Hambury/EMPICS Sport

Norwich manager Neil Adams admits he was bitterly disappointed to see his side go down to a late goal at home to Charlton, but refused to lay any blame on his “top class” players following the loss.


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They spent thousands of euros on an office overlooking the stadium just so they could watch their team.

They didn’t seem to enjoy it all that much, but they were there.

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