Manchester United fans think Martin Keown has an agenda against Jose Mourinho, after a number of articles about the Portuguese manager losing the dressing room.
The media coverage of Tottenham’s 2-2 draw away to Rochdale is completely different to when Arsenal bombed out of the FA Cup to Nottingham Forest.
Supposed screen grabs of Östersunds FK tweeting 'COYS' during Spurs' 2-2 draw against Juventus on Tuesday evening are currently doing the rounds but did the small Swedish team actually troll Arsenal this hard?
With Borussia Dortmund having sold their self-styled "Batman" Pierre-Emerick Aubemayang, his replacement Michy Batshuayi, another aspiring "Caped Crusader", answered their call for goals on his debut.
Chelsea did little to take the spotlight away from manager Antonio Conte, linked with a post-season move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain this week,...
Paul Pogba was spotted wearing some rather unusual shoes on Friday ahead of Manchester United's FA Cup win over Derby.
Serge Aurier revealed that he still has some affection for Arsenal, in a recent interview on Canal+.
Leicester City have confirmed that they ejected a 'responsible minority' of home fans from the King Power Stadium during the Foxes' 2-0 win over newly promoted Brighton on Saturday.
Antonio Conte confirmed at his press conference that Pedro was taken to hospital after his clash with David Ospina, but thankfully he is ‘ok’.
Watford's new recruit Kiko Femenia has been advised to follow in Hector Bellerín's footsteps by La Liga expert Kieran Canning.
Chris Willock's adventurous move to Benfica is an exciting one and could prove important for British starlets in the future.
Billy Gilmour's move to Chelsea has been officially finalised, with the teenage wonderkid posing for pictures alongside the Blues' new kit and his family ahead of the forthcoming campaign.
Nathan Tella has put pen to paper on his first professional contract as a Southampton player, just months after joining after a successful trial period following his Arsenal departure.
Former Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham defender William Gallas says the Spurs side are "too young for the Champions League" next season and believes they could struggle.
Since taking over the reigns at VfL Wolfsburg, the partnership between Freddie Ljungberg and Andries Jonker has been a significant one in helping the team recover from a horrid start to the Bundesliga campaign.
Jamie Vardy has given yet another interview about having no regrets after turning Arsenal down, closing the gap that had started to open up between interviews given and goals scored.
Jack Wilshere's loan move to Bournemouth was a surprising one at first glance, but it has allowed the midfielder a chance to silence his critics and hopefully earn back a place in the Arsenal side.
Romelu Lukaku will sign a new deal at Everton according to his agent, rejecting calls from Ian Wright to return to Chelsea.
Alan Pardew has reportedly been interviewed for the vacant managerial position at Ranger’s meaning that Jon Toral could have the former Palace man as his manager.
Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, has admitted that building a bigger stadium than Arsenal ‘wasn’t the sole driver’ meaning that it did play at least some part in their decisions.
L'Equipe Magazine have published their annual sports salaries review and Cristiano Ronaldo still leads the way.
Sutton United were forced to play an outfield player in goal on Saturday as Wayne Shaw’s resignation left them with no sub keeper on the bench.
AFC Bournemouth have been charged with ‘failure to comply over ‘whereabouts’ rules designed to provide accurate details of training sessions and the location of players so they are available for drug testing at all times.’
Mauricio Pochettino has demanded more credit for Tottenham because of their ‘special’ circumstances – building a new stadium and having less cash than their rivals.
Liverpool have finally taken a huge step to deal with the lies printed in tabloids by banning the Sun from all club premises.
When it comes to sides that are committing the most fouls this season (on actual fouls given), Watford are leading the way in the Premier League with Manchester United not too far behind them.
Craig Eastmond is waiting to find out if he will be suspended when Arsenal roll into town after being sent off against Boreham Wood in the FA Trophy on Saturday.
Hull travel to the Emirates this weekend on the back of a brilliant result against Liverpool.
This week, the CIES Football Observatory have taken a look at the top sides from the five leagues across Europe to determine what their squad value is compared with the cost of assembling it.
Tottenham dominate the top ten of players who play the longest balls with Liverpool the second-most represented team.
Sol Campbell has called on Manchester City to let him help John Stones, believing he can turn the player round in ‘a couple of months’.
Manchester United have become the first Premier League club to appoint a counter-terrorism manager, pointing the way to a new reality for all clubs and match-going fans.
Despite a promising start to proceedings at the KCOM Stadium, Bournemouth lost 3-1 and Jack Wilshere's creative ability was essentially stifled for large periods.
Swansea City have completed the signing of Dutch international winger, Luciano Narsingh, from PSV Eindhoven but he will not face Arsenal.
On Friday, the biggest story doing the rounds was Diego Costa being dropped by Chelsea because he wants to go to China and earn all the monies.
Arsenal face Swansea this weekend, so what has happened since the side's last met in October?
The FA have charged Manchester City with a doping offence, and while it’s not as exciting as you might think, it does present quite a few questions.
Manuel Pellegrini has recently said that Manchester City missed on Alexis Sanchez because of the FFP (financial fair play) and subsequently signed for Arsenal and became the success we all know.
As Arsenal fans sat waiting for the PSG game to finish to learn their group fate, Edinson Cavani came within a shoelace of dumping Arsenal into second place.
The Footballeaks site have revealed an amazingly ridiculous story - Liverpool have put a clause in Roberto Firmino's contract to stop Arsenal from buying him!