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Glenn Hoddle says Arsenal need to sign another defensive player to challenge for trophies....
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Arsenal scored two late goals as they came from behind in a gripping encounter at Goodison Park to hold Everton to a 2-2 draw.
Manchester United are closing in on Angel Di Maria, plus the latest on Mario Balotelli's proposed move to Liverpool.
In-form Diego Costa scored on his competitive Stamford Bridge debut as Chelsea beat Leicester 2-0 in the Premier League.
Manchester United are closing on Real Madrid's Angel di Maria Sky Sports can exclusively reveal.
Diego Costa's fine Premier League start continued as Chelsea beat Leicester 2-0, while West Ham and Swansea also won.
Premier League: Arsenal's 'false nine' formation fails to ignite before Olivier Giroud's intervention at Everton
"A team is life and life is movement. That means the team doesn't stand still, we move forward and improve. We have a good opportunity on Saturday to show that we have moved forward and that we are stronger than last year."
“Can we finish it now?” That was the question Paul Lambert jokingly asked reporters in the post-match press conference when it was pointed out that Aston Villa briefly found themselves top of the Premier League.
It started out as a rumour, quickly quashed and dismissed by most as nothing more than unfounded newspaper tittle-tattle.