One shares a flat with his boss, another is known as the manager’s ‘brother’. A run-down of the men who help to shape their clubs’ success
by: Kyle Archer — Football Fancast 14 Oct
Absent captains and injuries go hand in hand at Arsenal, with Unai Emery's leader sidelined still amidst a defensive need at the North London club.
by: reuters — BBC 12 Oct
Spain's oldest goalscorer Aritz Aduriz will line-up with other top players for an international friendly on Friday, but not for Spain.
by: @AWitheyJourno — EPL: Manchester City 12 Oct
It may only be October, but the new season has already been littered with twists and turns for Pep Guardiola’s men.
by: Paul Wilson — The Guardian 8 Oct
The Everton goalkeeper has said the examples of France and Germany show that this England squad can succeed at the highest level
by: N/A — ToffeeWeb 7 Oct
One great half... Everton make their quality tell to put paid to Fulham Leicester City 1 - 2 Everton Like many fellow Blues, I'm sure, my Everton idols have usually been wingers.
by: Jason Burt — The Telegraph 6 Oct
by: reuters — BBC 4 Oct
Who should Aston Villa turn to next after sacking Steve Bruce, the manager with the most promotions to the Premier League?
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Jack+Gaughan+for+the+Daily+Mail — Daily Mail 2 Oct
JACK GAUGHAN AT THE RHEIN-NEVER ARENA: Mikel Arteta had seen this script before. He saw Pep Guardiola racing towards the halfway line to give the linesman a piece of his mind.
by: Ashley Anthony — Fansided: The Top Flight 2 Oct
On the move to international waters in search of their first three points in the second phase of the group stages in the Champions League. How will Manches...