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Tom Williams

Tom Williams

    Rooney raring to go – for England and Mourinho
    Rooney raring to go – for England and Mourinho
    Although Rooney won't be playing under Mourinho until United's pre-season tour of China, he has stated his enthusiasm for the world-class manager.
    Man United's new manager Van Gaal unlike Moyes
    Man United's new manager Van Gaal unlike Moyes
    New manager for Manchester United Louis Van Gaal - known for his frankness - is in many ways the antithesis of his hapless predecessor, David Moyes.
    Mourinho revels in Liverpool derailment
    Mourinho revels in Liverpool derailment
    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho taunted Liverpool after his side handed Manchester City the initiative in the Premier League with victory at Anfield.
    Five ways Rodgers has revitalised Liverpool
    Five ways Rodgers has revitalised Liverpool
    In just two seasons, manager Brendan Rodgers has taken Liverpool to the top of the English Premier League.
    Liverpool score big at Old Trafford over Man United
    Liverpool score big at Old Trafford over Man United
    Liverpool have beaten Manchester United 3-0 at Old Trafford, making it their first victory in five years at the UK soccer stadium.
    Moyes: No pressing need for new Rooney contract
    Moyes: No pressing need for new Rooney contract
    Despite Wayne Rooney's fine form, Manchester United boss David Moyes says there aren't urgent plans to offer the soccer player a new contract.
    Suarez sends Liverpool into second place
    Suarez sends Liverpool into second place
    Luis Suarez scored in each half as Liverpool won 3-1 at Sunderland, to climb to second place in the table.
    Arsenal pull away as Manchester giants slump
    Arsenal pull away as Manchester giants slump
    Arsenal inched clear at the top of the Premier League on Saturday after Man United crashed at home to West Brom and Man City lost at Aston Villa.
    West Brom stun Manchester United, City crash at Villa
    West Brom stun Manchester United, City crash at Villa
    West Bromwich Albion deepened the gloom around new Manchester United manager David Moyes with a sensational 2-1 win at Old Trafford on Saturday.
    League Cup strolls for Chelsea, Man City and Spurs
    League Cup strolls for Chelsea, Man City and Spurs
    Chelsea, Man City and Spurs breezed into the League Cup fourth round, while Sunderland began life without Paolo Di Canio by beating Peterborough.
    Wenger coy on Arsenal's interest in Mata, Rooney
    Wenger coy on Arsenal's interest in Mata, Rooney
    Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger has expressed admiration for Juan Mata, but he was reluctant to reveal the extent of interest in the Chelsea midfielder.