Wenger issues Wilshere warning

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has issued a public rebuke to Jack Wilshere after the midfielder was pictured smoking outside a London nightclub. Wilshere was photographed with a cigarette while celebrating following his side’s 2-0 UEFA Champions League victory over Napoli in midweek, and Wenger has warned the England international about his conduct. “I disagree completely

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Mourinho: No Lukaku regrets

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has no regrets about letting Romelu Lukaku join Everton on loan. Striker Lukaku has made a stunning start to life at Goodison Park, scoring three goals in two Premier League appearances since signing for the season on transfer deadline day after being deemed surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge. By contrast,

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I’m the ultimate champion – Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has hit back at claims his teams are defensive and claims he has a “place in history” thanks to his records. The Chelsea boss has been criticised for adopting safe tactics with his sides, but the Portuguese insists his records speak for themselves. “My teams are great teams. My teams are the ones

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Vidic keeps faith in United

Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic still has faith in his side, despite their shaky start to the season. The Premier League champions began their title defence under new manager David Moyes with a resounding opening-day 4-1 win at Swansea City, but they have since collected just four points from their next five games. That sequence

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Ferguson gives backing to Moyes

Alex Ferguson has thrown his support behind David Moyes and insisted he has no plans of returning to the Manchester United hotseat. Moyes has overseen United’s worse start to a league camapign in 24 years with only two victories in the Premier League from their opening six games, but Ferguson does not believe it is

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