Moussa Sissoko joined Tottenham Hotspur from Newcastle United in the summer transfer window.
December is upon us, one third of the Premier League season has been completed and a definite hierarchy has been established. You could throw a blanket over the top four of Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal, who are separated by only three points after 13 matches.
Wolverhampton Wanderers secured their first Championship win since September by defeating Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road.
The Liverpool star has named Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar as the world's top three players.
David O'Leary had a chance to become an assistant at Tottenham but rejected it due to his Arsenal ties.
West Ham United and Arsenal will face each other in the Premier League this weekend.
Claudio Ranieri’s greeting for Kasper Schmeichel on Thursday was also the most tender of fitness tests.
The left back has established himself as a key man for Sunderland in recent seasons.
Harry Kane has signed a bumper new deal at Tottenham Hotspur.
Odd little memories stand out crystal clear from the great mêlée of Saturday’s match, which was otherwise one long blur of flying bodies, boots and balls, reset scrums, rolling substitutions, red and yellow cards.
One more rose-tinted victory against Australia on Saturday will make this, statistically, the most impressive calendar year in English rugby history.
José Mourinho is facing a third touchline ban in little more than a year after being sent to the stands for the third time in 20 Premier League matches during Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday.