Pep Guardiola has said he is not concerned about a “little record” as Manchester City face Celtic in the Champions League on Wednesday night. His side have won all 10 games this season and if they prevail at Celtic Park in the Group C game they will equal Tottenham’s record-setting 11 successive wins at the start of the 1960-61 season.
Sam Allardyce’s tenure as England manager has been terminated after only 67 days with the Football Association deeming his comments made to undercover reporters to be inappropriate and constituting “a significant error of judgement”.
Swansea City’s American owners are flying in to watch the home match against Liverpool on Saturday in what is seen as a pivotal game for Francesco Guidolin, who is clinging on to his job as manager.
Nigel Pearson is expected to be sacked as the Derby County manager after a furious argument with Mel Morris, the Championship club’s owner, led to him being suspended before the game at Cardiff City on Tuesday night. Pearson met Morris at Derby’s training ground on Monday to discuss in part the club’s poor start to the season and it is understood the conversation became extremely heated.
Before kick-off there was slightly wild crackle in the air round the open stands of the King Power Stadium. “FEARLESS FOREVER” read the banner at the Kop end, either side of a huge pair of scarily bloodshot Skittles-and-vodka fox’s eyes.
Carl Jenkinson has returned to training for Arsenal.
The former midfielder says Manchester United's struggles are a warning to Arsenal.
Tottenham Hotspur striker delighted with the club's victory.
The Celtic manager worked with the Manchester City attacker at Liverpool.
West Ham United fans have started speculating that boss Slaven Bilic has lost the dressing room and here's five reasons why he might have.
After a week in which he has been reported as missing, banished from his club and smeared all over the internet in another overheated football story, Joey Barton should look miserable.
Leaving the EU Single Market and losing passporting rights would be far from a disaster for the City of London, leading analysts at Moody's have found.
Theresa May has dismissed threats by EU countries to veto Brexit negotiations with the UK, as she declared: “The 27 will sign up to a deal with us.”