Tom Williams

Guardiola says Manchester derby win a triumph of honesty

"We won because we were better. In all departments, we were better."

Klopp calls for Liverpool focus after Euro spree

Jurgen Klopp urged his Liverpool players not to succumb to the hype generated by their own scintillating performances.

Mourinho wants new shooting boots for Lukaku

​The Manchester United manager is confident Lukaku's problems in front of goal will come to an end - just as soon as he secures a new boot deal.

Absence makes Man Utd grow fonder for Pogba

He does not yet share team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic's cult status, but the Frenchman's display on his comeback from injury showed his importance

Neymar neurosis clouds Brazil’s Wembley trip

It is with a raincloud hovering above the head of their talisman Neymar that Brazil are gearing up for their final assignment of 2017.

Swaggering Spurs announce themselves as Euro heavyweights

With their swashbuckling 3-1 dismantling of defending champions Real Madrid in the Champions League group phase it's fair to say Tottenham are back.

Goal-shy Man City give Guardiola déjà vu

City regularly struggled to kill teams off last season, drawing seven home games in the league.

Spectre of 2015 looms after Chelsea false start

Having made only four new signings and allowed a host of players to leave either on loan or on permanent deals, Chelsea's squad already looks thin.

Pragmatism vs poetry

"Mourinho has received criticism for the quality of United’s football"

‘We’d exchange cup for victims’ lives’ – Mourinho

United beat Ajax 2-0 in Stockholm on Wednesday to win the Europa League for the first time.

Arsenal hurt by ‘horrendous’ atmosphere – Wenger

Wenger accepted that uncertainty over his future as manager, which has divided fans, had polluted the air at the Emirates Stadium.

Five questions that remain in the Premier League

Here are five questions awaiting answers on the Premier League season's penultimate weekend:

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