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Ferguson: Rooney out for two more weeks

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has confirmed that star striker Wayne Rooney will miss a further two weeks with a knee problem.

Liverpool’s Gerrard still has a lot left in the tank

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes there is plenty to come from Steven Gerrard as he prepares to make his 600th appearance for the club.

Deadline Day: Mancini hopeful of transfer bonanza

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is confident of wrapping up five new signings before Friday night's transfer deadline.

Blackburn relegated after Wigan defeat

Blackburn Rovers have been relegated from the Premier League after a 1-0 defeat at home to Wigan Athletic ended their 11-year stay in the top flight.

Pienaar eager for return to Everton

Steven Pienaar says he's excited for his return to Everton, albeit on loan, after leaving the team in January last year to play for Tottenham.

United suffer Palace coup in League Cup

England's big guns Manchester United have suffered a shock defeat to second division side Crystal Palace in their League Cup quarterfinal.

‘Dalglish deal has Liverpool buzzing’

Liverpool's players are delighted at Kenny Dalglish signing a new three-year contract ahead of the a chance to secure fifth place against Tottenham.

Wenger insists Arsenal are back on track

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal have finally recovered from the mental damage caused by their recent poor run after a 3-1 win at Blackpool.

Return to Liverpool ‘a no-brainer’, says Dalglish

New Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish said critics who questioned his sanity in returning to the Anfield hot seat had got it all wrong.

Everton spoil City’s big chance on Tevez return

Tim Cahill and Leighton Baines stole the show from Carlos Tevez as 10-man Everton clinched a 2-1 victory over Manchester City.

Fergie wants United to keep pressure on Chelsea

Sir Alex Ferguson insists keeping pace with Chelsea is Manchester United's main priority.

Wenger gunning for title after Anfield triumph

Arsene Wenger believes the English Premier League title race is wide open again after seeing his side come from behind to beat Liverpool on Sunday.

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