It's as simple as this: there is no reason to ever buy pre-made guacamole. Unless you're in a Mexican restaurant. Or if you're in a place that has no avocados for sale. (Like the corner store.)
Fulham have reportedly made a fresh approach for a high profile Russian Premier League star.
Sunderland are targeting the arrival of three international players before the weekend Premier League match against West Ham United.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia as a replacement for Alex Song.
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Everton spend 75% of their budget on wages. Expect more of the same from other clubs over the coming years.
Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea went head-to-head this weekend with the Blues coming out on top.
West Bromwich Albion have reportedly joined Newcastle United in the race for Burnley striker Andre Gray.
Would Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen be a success at Barcelona?
Leeds United's Championship play-off hopes suffered a tremendous blow as they were beaten by Burton Albion.
Leeds United crashed to another big defeat this weekend.
Burnley's Michael Keane would allegedly prefer a move to Tottenham over Everton or Liverpool.
Newcastle United were unhappy with the choice of official for tomorrow night's Championship game at home to Preston.
The Bayern Munich man has been linked with a summer switch to Tottenham Hotspur.
Manchester United and Burnley went head-to-head this weekend with Jose Mourinho's side coming out on top.
The Liverpool youngster continues to be linked with Championship side Leeds United.
Manchester City have returned close to a third of their allocation for Sunday's Premier League match at Arsenal, after supporters balked at the £62 ticket price.
And as many as 3,000 jobs may have to go.
The scale of the London’s demise has been laid bare by figures that show the number of frontline workers in the banking industry has fallen to an eight-year low.