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Antonio Conte Won’t Face Ban After Beng sent Off v Swansea

Antonio Conte

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte won't be facing any form of ban after being send to the stands during the 1-0 victory against Swansea City at the Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. Reports claims the former Juventus coach will not be facing any touchline ban but will be fined after being sent

Garry Monk: I am Disappointed to lose to my Former Club

Garry Monk

The Aftermath of the departure of former Leeds coach was dissapointing as Middlebrough was defeated 2-1 by Leeds United in his first encounter with the club. Garry Monk took to the Middlesbrough official website to say that Boro deserved something better in their clash with his former club, which marks as

Liverpool Star might be a Better signing for Aston Villa

Lazar Markovic

Championship giant, Aston Villa could just be going for Liverpool star Lazar Markovic in the opening of the Winter transfer window. Markovic was said to be sure of his departure with the Merseysiders in the summer. After he was left out of the squad that went to Hong Kno and Germany

Premier League Rivals to Battle for Real Madrid Ace Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale

Premier League rivals, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will be facing off in a battle in the race to sign Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, following several reports claiming that the Wales International has grown in frustrations with the limited game time he has been getting with the La

Injury Boost for Arsenal as Danny Welbeck Resumes Training

Danny Welbeck

After a dissapointing start to the season, Arsenal are set to have an injury boost, with their striker Danny Welbeck set to return and will be available for selection in the team to face Tottenham Hotspur this weekend. Reports from Evening Standard are stating that the England forward is now back

Everton Sends Director to Monitor Norwich’s Midfielder James Maddison

James Maddison

According to reports surfacing everywhere on the media, Premier League club Everton are said to be keeping an eye out for Norwich City midfielder James Maddison. Report, which emerged from ESPN states that the Director of football at the Toffees board, Steve Walsh was seen in attendance to scout the Norwich

Pep Guardiola: “We don’t want to break the Invincibles record”

Pep Guardiola

Following their awesome start to the season, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has taken to the media to say that the race for the Premier League is only just beginning and that anything could still happen in the League. The Citizens have had a brilliant start to the season as they