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David Hytner

It’s time to stop selling, says Koeman

Wednesday night's 6-1 loss to Liverpool has emphasised the need for Southampton to invest in replacing the top players they keep losing.

Why Arsenal and Chelsea imploded in the Champions League

There's no way Wenger could have known Ospina would pick that night to make such a grisly error or that Chelsea would show such a "lack of composure".

Premier League 2015-16 preview No 5: Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham fans have watched with trepidation as their top-four rivals have strengthened on the transfer market.

How Gareth found his groove

After a slow start to the season it is full speed ahead for the flying winger as La Decima beckons for Real.

Adebayor gets his kicking boots back

Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor is finding the net again after a rough patch, returning more mature and in control of his emotions.

Paris Saint-Germain has dreams and cash to match

After spending R212-million, the president of PSG is well on the way to making the only major club in Paris the envy of Europe.

Victor Moses reaches promised land at Chelsea

Victor Moses's arrival at Chelsea from Wigan Athletic marks a significant staging post in his quest to reach the game's summit.

‘No risk’ in return of King Henry

Arsene Wenger has insisted that there is no downside to his decision to re-sign Thierry Henry on a two-month loan from the New York Red Bulls.

Fabregas moved, but says Van Persie must stay

Cesc Fabregas says Arsenal "cannot afford to lose" Robin van Persie but admits the club may be powerless in their attempts to keep him.

FA battles to gag foul-mouthed fans

One of the craziest things, perhaps, about Emmanuel Adebayor's treatment at the hands of the Arsenal supporters.

How pub talk made a manager

Arsène Wenger is often hailed as a continental sophisticate but he has revealed that his approach owes everything to growing up above a pub.

Chelsea: A search for style

Avram Grant did his best to be charitable towards Jose Mourinho this week. The new Chelsea manager said that ''nobody at the club was happy'' about his predecessor's departure. He agreed that the timing last Wednesday night was inopportune and he seemed to suggest that the Portuguese had his sympathy.

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