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Ian Winrow

Ian Winrow

    Dodgy Torres goal seals Chelsea's comeback
    Dodgy Torres goal seals Chelsea's comeback
    Fernando Torres's late goal proved decisive as Chelsea staged a second-half recovery to secure a 4-2 win over the recently promoted Reading.
    Chelsea aims to close gap on rivals Man City and United
    Chelsea aims to close gap on rivals Man City and United
    Roberto Di Matteo is determined to translate last season's Champions League and FA Cup double into success in the league.
    Balotelli on borrowed time as City's title bid fades
    Balotelli on borrowed time as City's title bid fades
    Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future was in the balance after manager Roberto Mancini admitted his patience with the striker was wearing thin.
    City, United match will be League decider, says Fergie
    City, United match will be League decider, says Fergie
    Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson says the Premier League title race will be decided by the outcome of his team's match against Manchester City.
    Divisions in Chelsea become clearer
    Divisions in Chelsea become clearer
    David Luiz's apparent criticism of teammate Frank Lampard this week has done nothing to dispel the view that Chelsea are currently a club in turmoil.
    Arsenal stun Spurs in seven-goal derby
    Arsenal stun Spurs in seven-goal derby
    Theo Walcott struck twice as Arsenal staged a remarkable comeback to beat London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 5-2 and reclaim a place in the top four.
    Man U fight back to win after dodgy refereeing
    Man U fight back to win after dodgy refereeing
    Wayne Rooney believes Manchester United's three-goal comeback against Chelsea could prove decisive in the Premier League title race.
    Under-fire Ancelotti considers bolstering Chelsea defence
    Under-fire Ancelotti considers bolstering Chelsea defence
    Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti will decide whether to make a centre-back one of his primary January transfer targets.
    Fergie fears United could regret Fulham frustration
    Fergie fears United could regret Fulham frustration
    Sir Alex Ferguson conceded Manchester United could live to regret their frustrating 2-2 draw against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday.
    Defiant Wenger still has eye on the double
    Defiant Wenger still has eye on the double
    Arsene Wenger bullishly insisted that Arsenal would take the next step towards a league and European Cup double by beating Liverpool in their Champions League quarterfinal second leg at Anfield on Tuesday. Wenger's side arrive on Merseyside having failed to overcome Rafael Benitez's side in the first leg.
    Ferguson slams Chelsea's Mourinho
    Ferguson slams Chelsea's Mourinho
    Sir Alex Ferguson on Friday launched a stinging attack on Jose Mourinho in the wake of the Chelsea manager's claims that Manchester United are being favoured by referees during the Premiership title run-in. United manager Ferguson has accused Mourinho of pursuing a calculated strategy to increase pressure on match officials.