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Louis van Gaal has begun work as Manchester United manager. The Dutchman arrived at United's Carrington training ground on
The new Premier League season's live TV fixtures are out and Manchester United fans can find out who Louis van Gaal's team
Arsenal will kick of the new Barclays Premier League live football schedule on Sky TV when they face Crystal Palace at the
Now that the World Cup is over, football's attention once again turns to the domestic league with Sky TV revealing its Barclays
Manuel Pellegrini has played down a furious touchline spat with Newcastle counterpart Alan Pardew as Manchester City climbed
Tottenham have confirmed that their game against Crystal Palace will go ahead on Saturday despite a clash with a planned
In an unlikely show of solidarity, Newcastle United and Sunderland football clubs have vowed to ignore Northumbria Police
We see it year after year. Sides newly promoted to the Barclays Premier League have one goal - safety. Just to survive in their first year seems to be the holy grail and is at the forefront of most teams' minds. The quest to become an established Premier League side is a great one, fraught with danger, but there are several shining examples of how it can be done.
Supporting Sunderland is like living in a fairy-tale. Before you interject and say: "Who is this clown? He must be a lunatic, let's bottle him", let me elaborate. I don't mean fairy-tales in the modern sense. I mean the original works.
Whatever the position of the FA, Tottenham Hotspur supporters remain defiant. Chants of "Yid army" and "we'll sing what we want" reverberated around White Hart Lane during the sides 2-0 win over Norwich on Saturday.