Paul Lambert says he is keen to give youth a chance at Molineux and he's keeping his word so far.
Pep Guardiola says he has no fear of Manchester City’s demanding December, when Chelsea, Leicester City, Arsenal and Liverpool are all opponents.
Bob Bradley listened to the statistic confirming that the odds are already stacked against Swansea City and wasted no time in working out the maths.
Alan Pardew has backed his ailing Crystal Palace team to “show its true colours” over a critical three-game period that could determine whether his tenure extends into a third year.
José Mourinho believes Anthony Martial is struggling to adjust to the intensity he demands from Manchester United and has warned that, if the Frenchman does not grab his chance when selected, others will “take the bait”.
Jürgen Klopp says Liverpool’s rare struggles in front of goal are not connected to Adam Lallana’s absence as the creative midfielder continues his recovery from injury.
In the midst of the mayhem, a football match broke out but it was unclear whether anybody noticed.
British businesses continued to invest and consumers carried on spending in the months following the Brexit vote, defying predictions that a wave of uncertainty would hit economic activity.
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A Citigroup trader fired following global probes into foreign exchange market manipulation should have known that sharing confidential information with rivals was wrong, the executive who dismissed him said in a lawsuit.
Credit Suisse is courting investors to raise as much as $2bn for a fund that will buy stakes in hedge-fund firms, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
A veteran high-speed trader’s quantitative hedge fund raised almost $1bn, bucking an industry malaise, and won the backing of JPMorgan’s investment arm.