Liverpool won the first leg of their Europa League tie with Manchester United 2-0 at Anfield, and Gary McAllister thinks the Reds could have led by a bigger margin going into the second leg.
Paul Dickov feels that three teams will outlast the rest of their Championship rivals to earn promotion to the Premier League.
Club legend Brian Little and former Manchester City and FA chairman David Bernstein will reportedly join the Villa board.
Rafael Benitez has replaced Steve McClaren as the Newcastle United boss.
Andrei Kanchelskis wants Romelu Lukaku to hit 20 or more Premier League goals for Everton this season.
Steve McClaren has been replaced by Rafael Benitez.
The Eagles have not won in the Premier League since December.
But just behind Aston Villa and Leeds are Sunderland for the former Newcastle United boss!
Daniel Sturridge and Roberto Firmino both found the net in Liverpool's first leg win over Manchester United in their Europa League meeting.
The Hull midfielder has been discussing the Tottenham boss.
Sunderland ace did not like being referred to as 'old' by former Tottenham teammate.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers parted company with Mark Warburton last month, and he now manages Nottingham Forest.
Tottenham youngster Marcus Edwards continues to train with the first team.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers last had Vladimir Weiss on loan back in the 2010/11 campaign.
The Leeds United midfielder is not influencing games as he should this season.
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Jose Mourinho once discarded the Spaniard, who is now a key player.
Leeds linked Liam Lindsay had claimed a Partick exit may be necessary for his career, and he is being proved right.
Stefan Johansen is proving Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers wrong with his form in the Championship with Fulham.
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Goldman Sachs hired the daughter of an ally to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak around the time the firm’s bankers were pitching business to the country’s government investment fund, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing unidentified people.
Two former traders late last night were handed prison sentences in the US for offences related to Libor fixing.