Johnny Nic explains why we should show Jamie Vardy more love, even if he's fuelled by the haters. And Skittles...
by: jonathangorrie — Vital Newcastle 2 Oct
Newcastle United would be crazy to risk Allan Saint-Maximin’s latest injury for tomorrow’s game with Burnley.
by: John Mount — Yorkshire Post 2 Oct
Here we are with Gameweek 4 in Fantasy Premier League.
by: JJ Bull — The Telegraph 2 Oct
Detailed analysis of what makes the Leicester star such a special player
by: Sayan Chatterjee — Media Referee 1 Oct
According to Twitter claims from The Sun journalist Alan Nixon, Burnley have been credited with an interest in Bournemouth centr..Steve Cook
by: Tony Attwood — The History of Arsenal 30 Sep
We publish a new Arsenal match video each day with the anniversary list. You can find the latest each day on the home page of this site.
by: Mitch Wilks — 90min 29 Sep
Manchester City visit Burnley in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday evening, having edged past Bournemouth in a closer game than anticipated last
by: Tony Attwood — The History of Arsenal 29 Sep
We publish a new Arsenal match video each day with the anniversary list. You can find the latest each day on the home page of this site. He had scored 118 goals in 199 games.
by: Sarah Winterburn — Football365 29 Sep
Football365 - Sean Dyche is an established Premier League manager in charge of a Championship club.
by: Suzanne Geldard @LT_Suzanne — Lancashire Telegraph 26 Sep
Sean Dyche's 400th game in management ended in a 1-0 defeat to Southampton as Burnley suffered a second consecutive loss to open their Premier…
by: SFC Media — EPL: Southampton FC 26 Sep
Ings scores early winner against former club.
by: PA Media — The Guardian 26 Sep
An early goal from Danny Ings gave Southampton a 1-0 win over his former club Burnley at Turf Moor
Burnley 0-1 Southampton: Player Ratings as Danny Ings Clinches Narrow Win for Saints on Dull Evening
by: Max Cooper — 90min 26 Sep
Southampton clinched their first points of the season with a 1-0 victory over Burnley on Saturday evening, as Danny Ings proved to be the difference once again
by: Ian Whittell — The Telegraph 26 Sep
Since the start of last season, the England forward has scored 25 of his team’s 54 goals, 20 more than any other Southampton player