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# premier-league - Yesterday’s News

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The Premier League fixtures that matter this Christmas

With games coming thick and fast, certain assignments will take on greater significance.

Glenn Whelan wants to extend Stoke stay

The 30-year-old Republic of Ireland international is entering the final months of his current deal.

Fellaini: Belief growing of title tilt at United

They’re getting pretty confident around Old Trafford again.

# premier-league - Thursday 18 December, 2014

Lambert plays down curious incident between Keane and Cleverley

The Villa boss jokes that he’s spoken with Keane more since he left than when he was actually his assistant.

# premier-league - Wednesday 17 December, 2014

Glenn Whelan’s Stoke future uncertain as club prepare to discuss a new contract

30 year-old midfielder could be offered a 12-month extension but he wants a longer deal.

He already has a statue, but Thierry Henry wants to manage Arsenal (one day)

There goes our last hope of him laying into the Gunners as a Sky pundit.

# premier-league - Tuesday 16 December, 2014

Herrera denies involvement in match-fixing

“I love football and I believe in fair play, both on and off the pitch.”

# premier-league - Monday 15 December, 2014

United bringing the pain to opposition, but ‘forcing luck’ — Van Gaal

The Dutch coach feels his methods are beginning to take hold at Old Trafford.

Mignolet ‘dropped indefinitely’ and he understands why — Rodgers

The Liverpool boss insists the Belgian goalkeeper is “a good professional” after he opted to play Brad Jones in the 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford.

# premier-league - Sunday 14 December, 2014

The Unlikely Lads – the unheralded players that have lit up United/Liverpool games

If history is anything to go by, a low-profile player could prove the difference in today’s big game.

# premier-league - Saturday 13 December, 2014

Ex-Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen says club has an identity crisis

The Dutchman has been left underwhelmed by Louis van Gaal and expressed doubts about Marouane Fellaini.

Giroud and Cazorla both hit doubles as Arsenal breeze past Newcastle

After receiving torrents of abuse from Gunners’ fans last weekend, Arsene Wenger was the toast of the Emirates yet again.

Olivier Giroud gave Arsenal the lead against Newcastle with this great header

The Frenchman conjured an unstoppable finish to put the hosts in front.

Injuries to Vincent Kompany and Edin Dzeko overshadow Man City’s win

The club are already without Sergio Aguero for up to six weeks.

Lampard moves level with Thierry Henry on 175 Premier League goals as City edge past Leicester

Elsewhere, Southampton lost their fourth straight game while Aston Villa were defeated in the Midlands Derby.

LVG will rely on Giggsy to fire up United stars with pre-Liverpool game team talk

The Old Trafford assistant has presented analysis of Liverpool to the squad.

There is no better man for the job than me, insists Brendan Rodgers

The Anfield chief has lost none of his self-belief.

# premier-league - Friday 12 December, 2014

Fitness will affect Arsenal transfer plans – Wenger

It looks like Arsene Wenger won’t be pulling out the cheque book any time soon.

# premier-league - Thursday 11 December, 2014

Neil Warnock unsure of Irish defender Damien Delaney’s claims he’s signed a new deal

The defender responded to questions about his future by stating that he plans to remain at Selhurst Park.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp hasn’t made an enquiry about ‘amazing footballer’ Robbie Keane

The Irish attacker has been linked with a return move to the Premier League.

Agony for Newcastle’s Rob Elliot as injury will likely keep him out until mid-January

The Irish international picked up a thigh injury in the Magpies’ game with Chelsea last weekend.

# premier-league - Tuesday 9 December, 2014

Charlie Austin was given the ‘unidentified fan’ treatment in The Sun today

They’ve since apologised to the most prolific Englishman in the Premier League.

‘He had no confidence’ – Van Gaal on why he withdrew Paddy McNair before half-time

“He had already given three big chances away,” the manager added.

# premier-league - Monday 8 December, 2014

Falcao just a bit part player for now says Van Gaal

The Colombian can only play ’20 minutes’ according to his boss.

# premier-league - Sunday 7 December, 2014

Ciaran Clark scored for Villa earlier and then absolutely cemented Leonardo Ulloa

The defender had a substantial impact at both ends of Villa Park earlier today.

Hutton scores unlikely winner for Aston Villa as Leicester’s woeful run continues

Nigel Pearson’s side now haven’t won in 10 games.

Joe Brolly on Stephen Hunt: ‘His head is so far up his arse’

The pundit’s latest column is full of his usual sardonic and sarcastic wit.

Carroll inspires as West Ham’s excellent run continues against Swansea

Carroll inspires as West Ham’s excellent run continues against Swansea

Striker grabbed a brace and an assist as the Hammers go third in the Premier League table.

Remember Tomas Brolin? This is what he looks like now

One of the stars of the 1994 World Cup was playing in a charity match last week.

We can’t regret signing Mario Balotelli now, says Brendan Rodgers

The Liverpool manager says the club had little choice but to sign the striker.

# premier-league - Saturday 6 December, 2014

City close gap to three points but narrow win over Everton overshadowed by Aguero injury

Yaya Toure’s first-half penalty was enough to separate the sides.

Lacklustre Liverpool fire blanks as Sunderland hold firm to earn Anfield point

Not even Steven Gerrard’s second-half introduction could inspire the Reds.

5 talking points ahead of this weekend’s Premier League action

Why Jose Mourinho is easily irritated by a trip to Newcastle and reasons for Liverpool to be wary.

# premier-league - Friday 5 December, 2014

With money no object, Manchester United will target the world’s finest next summer

The club has confidence in allowing Louis van Gaal spend big on players.

PFA say Tim Howard is lying about Brad Friedel’s attempted ‘sabotage’

The Everton goalkeeper claims in his autobiography that his compatriot tried to block his move to Manchester United in 2003.

Optimistic Smalling claims United are still in Premier League title race

The defender believes the Red Devils are building the belief and momentum to close the gap on the top two.

# premier-league - Thursday 4 December, 2014

Amazing Alexis Sanchez vital to Wenger’s three-year title plan

If Wenger has any hope of delivering the Premier League by 2016-17 he will have to harness everything the brilliant Chilean has to offer.

# premier-league - Wednesday 3 December, 2014

Martinez defiant that James McCarthy will remain at Everton despite widespread interest

The Republic of Ireland midfielder looks set to miss tonight’s game with Hull because of a persistent hamstring injury.

# premier-league - Tuesday 2 December, 2014

Stephen Quinn has been offered a new Hull contract, says Steve Bruce

The Dublin native has impressed this season in spite of the club investing in the summer.

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