Watford captain Troy Deeney has revealed that he once got so angry at Odion Ighalo while he was at Watford that he drove home instead of taking the flight back with his team.
by: Nathan Salt — Daily Mail 9h
Arsenal invincible Robert Pires ended up in the Midlands and Rio Ferdinand learned his craft on the south coast with Bournemouth. But who has been forgotten at each Premier League side?
by: Anthony Hay — Daily Mail 2 Apr
DCMS Committee Chair Julian Knight is calling for a windfall tax to be imposed on Premier League clubs that refuse to cut the salaries of highly-paid star players.
by: Ben Nagle — Daily Mail 2 Apr
While the programme sellers and stewards are taking 20 per cent wage cuts and being bailed out by the government, top stars are still earning hundreds of thousands a week.
by: Amitai Winehouse — Daily Mail 1 Apr
Everything around football is up in the air. The season has been suspended for weeks and it is unclear when - and if - it might return. As time goes on, there are more voices calling it to be called off.
by: David Wood — Daily Mail 31 Mar
Mad-cap Foster swapped his Watford goalkeeper's kit for a full lyrca cycling outfit in club colours to take his team-mates through a virtual spin class as they seek to keep fit during the lockdown.
by: Mike Keegan — Daily Mail 31 Mar
EXCLUSIVE: In a historic move, it can be disclosed that the mayor has asked for three different areas of help. He wants doctors, physios and other clinically-trained staff to assist the NHS.
by: Martin Samuel — Daily Mail 31 Mar
EXCLUSIVE BY MARTIN SAMUEL AND MATT HUGHES: The ambitious proposals would need to be endorsed by the government, public health bodies and the PFA.
by: Martin Samuel — Daily Mail 30 Mar
MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEFS SPORTS WRITER: Jack Grealish had been asked to spread the Government message on coronavirus. He just didn't think those same orders applied to him.
by: Joe Strange — Daily Mail 30 Mar
With the fate of the Premier League season still up in the air due to the coronavirus crisis, fans have been left to speculate about how the rest of the campaign will pan out.
by: James Dutton — Daily Mail 27 Mar
A growing number of Premier League clubs reportedly want to abandon the current season, despite last week agreeing to extend the campaign indefinitely.
by: Matt Hughes — Daily Mail 26 Mar
SPECIAL REPORT BY MATT HUGHES: Clubs are facing complex negotiations and potential legal battles with sponsors over bonus payments and kit deals worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
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