Arteta: Mustafi injury won't alter transfer plans

Mikel Arteta insists the injury sustained by Shkodran Mustafi during Arsenal's 2-1 FA Cup win at Bournemouth won't change the clubs transfer plans.

Mikel Arteta not expecting good news on Shkodran Mustafi injury

Mikel Arteta fears Shkodran Mustafi suffered a nasty ankle injury in Arsenal’s 2-1 FA Cup win at Bournemouth.

Premier League sides average more than six changes in FA Cup

Runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool named an entirely changed starting line-up for their FA Cup fourth-round tie at Shrewsbury as top-flight sides made over six alterations on average.

Merson Says: I'm backing Klopp - but worry for Ole

Paul Merson gives his verdict on Jurgen Klopp's vow to play "the kids" in the FA Cup, while he admits his fears for Man Utd's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer...

Academy stars Saka and Nketiah fire Arsenal into FA Cup fifth round

Arsenal academy graduates Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah struck to send the Gunners through to the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 2-1 win at Bournemouth.

The pick of the ties in the fifth round of the FA Cup

Wayne Rooney could face his former club Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were drawn against either Derby or Northampton.

Dean Smith backs ‘bright young kid’ Louie Barry to become a star at Aston Villa

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith is excited by the potential of teenage striker Louie Barry and is confident the new signing will be a hit at the club.

Mbwana Samatta in line for Aston Villa debut in Carabao Cup semi-final

New striker Mbwana Samatta comes into contention for Aston Villa’s second leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final at home to Leicester on Tuesday night following his recent £8.5million move from Genk.

Chelsea to host winners of Shrewsbury-Liverpool FA Cup replay

League One Shrewsbury have the perfect incentive to see off a youthful Liverpool side in their FA Cup fourth-round replay with the winner facing Chelsea.

Wijnaldum supports Klopp over winter break

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum says he supports Jurgen Klopp's decision to play the club's U23 side against Shrewsbury in their FA Cup fourth-round replay.

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley furious as details of Saudi takeover bid are leaked

Furious Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is demanding answers after details of a Saudi takeover bid, which had sparked accusations of “sportswashing” by human rights campaigners, were leaked.

Sheff Utd back in for Genk's Berge

Sheffield United have reopened negotiations over a £17m deal with Belgian side Genk to sign their Norway international midfielder Sander Berge.

Is it going wrong for Leeds again?

With Leeds' grip on a top-two finish loosening by the week, we take a look at the factors hindering the progress of Marcelo Bielsa's side.

WATCH LIVE: The Transfer Show on SSN

The Transfer Show on Sky Sports News brings you the latest updates on the January transfer window. Watch it live every weekday from 7pm.

Tommy Wright claims there is ‘no divide’ at St Johnstone

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright insists there is “no divide” at the club as he bids to bolster his squad during the January transfer window.

Cardiff hit back at Reading over chants

Cardiff have denied their fans used racist and homophobic chants against Reading, and claim language used by supporters was of an "anti-Welsh/anti-English nature".

Prutton's EFL predictions

Who is David Prutton tipping for victory in the Sky Bet EFL on Tuesday night? Find out here...

Cardiff demand apology from Reading for chant claims

Cardiff have demanded an apology from FA Cup rivals Reading after City supporters were accused of racist and homophobic behaviour in Saturday’s fourth-round tie at the Madejski Stadium.

Fantasy Premier League tips: How to turn defence into attack

While defenders earn Fantasy Premier League points for clean sheets, they can offer the bonus of attacking returns too.

Dale Gorman back in contention for Newport

On-loan Dale Gorman will be back in contention for Newport’s Sky Bet League Two clash against Macclesfield.

Celtic secure Soro signing

Celtic have completed the signing of midfielder Ismaila Soro from Israeli club Bnei Yehuda on a four-and-a-half-year deal.

Celtic sign Ivorian midfielder Soro

Celtic have signed Ivorian midfielder Ismaila Soro on a four-and-a-half-year deal from Israeli club Bnei Yehuda.

West Ham in talks to sign Soucek

West Ham are in talks to sign Slavia Prague and Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Soucek.

Ronaldinho: Arsenal's Martinelli can emulate Ronaldo

Brazil legend Ronaldinho has claimed that Gabriel Martinelli reminds him of a young Ronaldo.

Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal have all shown interest in signing Emre Can

A host of Premier League clubs show interest in Juventus midfielder Emre Can but it's Borussia Dortmund that reportedly lead the race.

Angel Gomes stalls Manchester United contract extension amid Chelsea and Barcelona interest

Manchester United's Angel Gomes won't make a decision on his contract situation just yet, as Barcelona and Chelsea show interest.

Tottenham expected to sign PSV's Steven Bergwijn 'in the next 48 hours'

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign PSV winger Steven Bergwijn.

FA warned Liverpool replay would disrupt break

The Football Association says Liverpool and other Premier League clubs were warned that FA Cup fourth-round replays would fall during the mid-season break.

Arsenal's Mari move 'in balance' after 'terms changed'

Arsenal's move for Flamengo defender Pablo Mari is "in the balance", Sky Sports News has been told.

Premier League clubs were warned cup replays would fall during winter break – FA

The Football Association says Liverpool and other Premier League clubs were warned that FA Cup fourth-round replays would fall during the mid-season break, and says it “went to great lengths” to ensure a break could happen at all.

Phillips among Wycombe’s absentees for the visit of Blackpool

Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth will be without Giles Phillips for his side’s Sky Bet League One clash against Blackpool.

Jack Ross knows the importance of Hibs’ cup clash with Dundee United

Jack Ross has called Tuesday’s William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round replay against Dundee United a “huge game” in the context of Hibernian’s season.Hibs face an Easter Road rematch against the Ladbrokes Championship leaders after Robbie Neilson’s side twice came from behind to draw 2-2 on January 19.While Ross was frustrated that his side failed to hold on for the victory in the first game, he was pleased with how they performed – and wants to see more of the same in a game he stressed the importance of.He told a press conference shown live on Hibs TV: “You can never predict how the game will go; it could be a game of fewer opportunities tomorrow night. I can’t imagine it will be because of how both teams are – I think it’ll be similar to the first game.“And we know that if we can be ruthless with those opportunities when they come along it’ll give us a really good chance of winning the match.“But we’ll have to play well again. We’re looking forward to it.“It’s a huge game for us in terms of our season and one I think the players understand the significance of.“We knew how tough a match it was going to be for us in the first game. I was delighted with how we played, coming back off the winter break and in a tie I think a lot of people had predicted might be the one that caused an upset.“So I’m just frustrated that we didn’t turn the performance into the win. But we know that if we can replicate large parts of that performance tomorrow night… We’re a difficult team to play against, we carry an attacking threat, score a lot and create.”Hibernian remain unbeaten in 2020 after following up last week’s 2-1 win over Hamilton with a goalless draw at Motherwell at the weekend.Ross wants his players to take confidence from their strong form.He added: “The players are in a good place. I was at pains to point out at the weekend, both before and after the game, that in terms of league form we’re up there just tucked in behind Rangers, Celtic and Motherwell.“So players need to take confidence from that and keep growing that belief that they’re a good side.”Ross is boosted by the return of David Gray (illness) and he has no fresh injuries, but defenders Jason Naismith and Ryan Porteous and midfielder Stevie Mallan (all knee) remain out.

Smith: Home advantage key

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith says he expects a "vibrant atmosphere" at Villa Park for the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Leicester on Tuesday. 

'Vardy will have part to play in semi-final'

Brendan Rodgers says Leicester's top goalscorer Jamie Vardy will be involved in their Carabao Cup semi-final, despite some fears about his fitness.

Who is Arsenal target Pablo Mari?

Analysis of Arsenal target Pablo Mari and how he could improve Mikel Arteta's defence.

Smith hopes Samatta can make immediate impact for Aston Villa

Dean Smith has called on new signing Mbwana Samatta to immediately bring his quality to bear as Aston Villa bid for a third visit to Wembley in 21 months.

Vardy fitness boost for Leicester ahead of cup semi-final return leg

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy is set to return from a hamstring injury for his side’s Carabao Cup semi-final, second leg at Aston Villa on Tuesday.

Accrington chairman's FA Cup rant at Liverpool

Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt has criticised Liverpool after Jurgen Klopp revealed he will play youngsters in the FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury.

Walker: Rangers' lack of transfers a surprise

Andy Walker admits he is surprised Rangers do not appear to be planning to bring in any new players during the current transfer window.

EFL Podcast: Phil Parkinson, Sam Vokes, transfer news

Phil Parkinson chats all things Sunderland, Stoke striker Sam Vokes takes Ten To Tackle, and we round up all the latest talking points and transfer news.

Premier League winter break explained

Premier League clubs will have their first winter break in February - but how long will players get off and what impact will it have?

Jonathan Afolabi and Conor Hazard depart Celtic on loan

Celtic have sent Jonathan Afolabi and Conor Hazard out on loan to Dunfermline and Dundee respectively until the end of the season.

Dale Tonge joins Hearts as assistant coach

Hearts boss Daniel Stendel has added former Barnsley assistant coach Dale Tonge to his backroom staff.

Carragher backs Klopp over winter break

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has backed Jurgen Klopp’s stance to respect the Premier League winter break even if it means his first-team stars miss the FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury.

Amnesty International labels Saudi takeover bid for Newcastle ‘sportswashing’

A Saudi takeover of Newcastle would be “sportswashing, plain and simple” according to human rights body Amnesty International.

Craig Burley: Celtic fans wanted to kill us if we lost

The former Celtic midfielder tells FourFourTwo how much Celtic fans wanted them to stop Rangers winning 10 titles in a row

Dewsbury-Hall joins Blackpool on loan from Leicester

Leicester midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall has capped off a memorable couple of days by joining Blackpool on loan.

La Liga condemns alleged racist abuse of Williams

La Liga has condemned alleged racist abuse directed towards Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams during their 1-1 draw away at Espanyol.

Bramall Lane penalty miss fired me up for FA Cup clash – Jesus

Gabriel Jesus has revealed the motivation for Sunday’s double against Fulham came from last week’s missed penalty at Sheffield United.

Alvaro Negredo explains why he started to struggle at Manchester City

Former Spain striker Alvaro Negredo has told FourFourTwo why his dream start to life at Manchester City faded away. 

Can close to Borussia Dortmund move

Emre Can is close to completing a move from Juventus to Borussia Dortmund, according to Sky in Germany.

Arsenal remain in talks for Mari

Arsenal remain in talks with Flamengo over the signing of defender Pablo Mari.

Eriksen lands for Inter medical

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen landed in Italy on Monday morning to undergo his medical with Inter Milan.

Proposed Arsenal signing Pablo Mari is 'heading back' to Brazil as negotiations continue

Arsenal were expected to complete the signing of Pablo Mari from Flamengo but a deal is yet to be agreed. 

Maiden Manchester United goal a ‘release’ for delighted Dalot

Diogo Dalot revealed scoring his first Manchester United goal in the 6-0 rout of Tranmere felt like “a release” after a frustrating time with injuries this season.

Leeds sign striker Jean-Kevin Augustin

Leeds have signed striker Jean-Kevin Augustin on loan from RB Leipzig with a view to a permanent move.

Barcelona make €80m offer for Monaco forward Wissam Ben Yedder - report

Barcelona have reportedly tabled an €80m bid for Wissam Ben Yedder as they look to replace the injured Luis Suarez.

Wells recalled by Burnley from QPR

Nahki Wells could yet stay at Burnley and be part of Sean Dyche's squad for the rest of the season after being recalled from his loan at QPR.

WATCH LIVE: Transfer Talk on SSN

Transfer Talk on Sky Sports News brings you the latest updates on the January transfer window. Watch it live every weekday from 12pm.

Samatta: A dream to play in the PL

New Aston Villa signing Mbwana Samatta says it was always a dream of his to play in the Premier League.

Sam Ricketts understands why Liverpool will play the kids in Anfield replay

Shrewsbury manager Sam Ricketts has every sympathy with Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp after the German announced he would be “playing the kids” in their FA Cup replay at Anfield.

Burnley recall Nahki Wells from QPR loan spell

Nahki Wells has been recalled from his loan spell at QPR by parent club Burnley.

Football unites in Holocaust Memorial Day video

Football managers and players have come together to urge fans to stand up against hatred and discrimination in a video launched to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

Eriksen lands for Inter medical

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen landed in Italy on Monday morning to undergo his medical with Inter Milan.

Man Utd still short of Fernandes valuation

Man Utd are still short of Sporting Lisbon's valuation of Bruno Fernandes, with talks continuing between the two clubs.

Nantes pay tribute to Sala

Nantes marked the 12-month anniversary of Emiliano Sala's death with a tribute to their former striker before their Ligue 1 game with Bordeaux.

Pep urges fans to turn up for Utd cup tie

Pep Guardiola has urged Manchester City fans to fill the Etihad Stadium when they face rivals Manchester United in the Carabao Cup.

Liverpool's throw-in coach explains all

Interview with Thomas Gronnemark, Liverpool's throw-in coach, who is making a difference – whatever his critics say.

10 transfers that could still happen

As we enter the final week of the January transfer window, which are the big transfer stories that are yet to be resolved?

Football rumours from the media: Spurs and Chelsea chase Piatek

What the papers sayTottenham and Chelsea are in competition for AC Milan’s Poland forward Krzysztof Piatek, with Chelsea possibly enjoying the front running. The Daily Mail reports Spurs have targeted Piatek as the man to replace the injured Harry Kane and have opened talks with Milan. But the Daily Star reports Milan have told Chelsea they can have the 24-year-old.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer targets more victories to quell Man Utd fan unrest

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful Manchester United can string some results together to appease fans who once again voiced their frustrations at the club’s hierarchy during the FA Cup rout of Tranmere.

Jurgen Klopp vows to respect winter break and play youth team in replay with Shrewsbury

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will risk the wrath of the Football Association and public opinion by fielding a youth team in their FA Cup replay with Shrewsbury.

Pep Guardiola wants a full house at the Etihad Stadium against Manchester United

Pep Guardiola has called on Manchester City supporters to fill the Etihad Stadium as they look to secure another trip to Wembley this week.

Jermain Defoe insists Rangers will fight to the end for title

Jermain Defoe declared Rangers will fight to the end as they look to get their title bid back on track.

Zidane relieved to pick up ‘three important points’ that sent Real Madrid top

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane was relieved to see his side edge past Real Valladolid 1-0 to move to the top of the LaLiga table.

Nacho ends goal drought to fire Real Madrid clear at the LaLiga summit

A rare goal from Nacho gave Real Madrid a 1-0 win over Real Valladolid and a three-point lead at the top of LaLiga.

Arteta: Mustafi can have Arsenal future

Mikel Arteta has handed Shkodran Mustafi an Arsenal lifeline, telling the defender he can have a future at the club if he cuts the mistakes out of his game.

Real Madrid edge past Valladolid to move three points clear at top of LaLiga

Real Madrid moved three points clear of Barcelona at the top of LaLiga after a hard-fought 1-0 win over Real Valladolid at Estadio Jose Zorrilla.

Arteta insists Mustafi can eliminate errors and improve as a defender

Mikel Arteta believes he can help Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi improve and cut out his lapses in concentration.

Rodgers highlights Iheanacho’s importance to Leicester

Brendan Rodgers has talked up the importance of Leicester forward Kelechi Iheanacho ahead of Tuesday’s Carabao Cup semi-final, second leg at Aston Villa.

PSV bid £4.2m for Palace's Van Aanholt

Crystal Palace have received a bid from PSV for Dutch international full-back Patrick van Aanholt. 

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp to play the kids in Shrewsbury replay at Anfield

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will play a youth team in their FA Cup fourth-round replay at home to Shrewsbury to “respect the winter break” initiated by the Premier League.

Klopp: Kids will play FA Cup replay

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will play ‘the kids’ in their FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury because of the winter break.

Inter Milan lose ground in title race

Inter Milan's title challenge took another blow after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Cagliari in Serie A on Sunday.

Man Utd still short of Fernandes valuation

Manchester United are still short of Sporting Lisbon's valuation of Bruno Fernandes, with talks continuing between the two clubs.

All-change for Liverpool as Premier League clubs rotate in FA Cup

Runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool named an entirely changed starting line-up for their FA Cup fourth-round tie at Shrewsbury as top-flight sides made over six alterations on average.

Man Utd still short of Fernandes valuation

Manchester United are still short of Sporting Lisbon's valuation of Bruno Fernandes, with talks continuing between the two clubs.

West Ham fall short with Long bid

West Ham have had an initial loan offer for USA international centre-back Aaron Long rejected by New York Red Bulls.

Third arrest over death of footballer Sinnott

A third man was arrested on Sunday in connection with the death of non-league footballer Jordan Sinnott.

Rinsola Babajide scores four as Liverpool hammer Blackburn in Women’s FA Cup

Rinsola Babajide scored four times to help Liverpool hammer Championship club Blackburn 8-1 and reach the Women’s FA Cup fifth round.

Solskjaer enjoys a much-needed comfortable day as Man Utd thrash Tranmere

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer savoured a rare “comfortable day” as Manchester United breezed into the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 6-0 battering of Tranmere.

5 things we learned from this weekend’s Ladbrokes Premiership games

Steven Gerrard suffered disappointment in his 100th game in charge of Rangers as their 16-game Ladbrokes Premiership unbeaten run came to an end at Tynecastle.

Steven Gerrard hits out at Rangers’ performance at Hearts

Steven Gerrard admits he has never seen Rangers play worse in his 100 games in charge than they did at Tynecastle as he warned a repeat display will kill off their title hopes.

Gerrard 'shocked' by unrecognisable Rangers

Steven Gerrard endured an unhappy 100th game in charge of Rangers, admitting his side were "unrecognisable" in their 2-1 defeat at Hearts.

Liam Boyce enjoys dream Hearts debut to ruin Steven Gerrard’s Rangers milestone

Liam Boyce wrecked Steven Gerrard’s Rangers milestone as the new Hearts striker’s debut goal sealed a 2-1 win at Tynecastle.

Neil Lennon says returning players will provide big boost for Celtic

Neil Lennon is looking forward to Celtic finishing January with a stronger squad as the Hoops ended the weekend five points clear at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Manchester United cruise past Tranmere in FA Cup fourth round

Manchester United eased a little pressure on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as they battered Tranmere 6-0 on an unhelpful Prenton Park playing surface to reach the FA Cup fifth round.

Derek McInnes gutted by abuse from Aberdeen fans

Derek McInnes admitted he was “gutted” to hear Aberdeen fans urging him to leave the club at the end of the goalless draw at St Mirren.

Fulham’s preparation went out the window after early red card – Scott Parker

Scott Parker admitted his gameplan was ruined after just six minutes as Fulham were crushed 4-0 by holders Manchester City in the FA Cup.

Manchester City hammer Fulham after early Tim Ream red card

Manchester City took advantage of Tim Ream’s early sending off to ease into the FA Cup fifth round with a comfortable 4-0 win over Fulham.

Spurs make Bergwijn approach

Tottenham have made an approach to sign PSV Eindhoven winger Steven Bergwijn

Howe: Arsenal not far from title challenge

Arsenal are not too far away from mounting a Premier League title challenge, according to Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe.

Aberdeen held by St Mirren in Paisley

St Mirren and Aberdeen shared the spoils following a goalless draw of few chances in Paisley.

Bournemouth boss Howe: Arsenal are not far away from being title challengers

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe believes Arsenal’s recent Premier League struggles have prompted “a lot of over-reaction” and feels they are not far away from mounting a title challenge.

Leeds keen on Leipzig striker Augustin

Leeds United are interested in signing Jean-Kevin Augustin but face strong competition for the RB Leipzig striker's signature.

Fikayo Tomori: FA Cup success would be huge for young Chelsea side

Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori believes FA Cup success would be huge in the development of Frank Lampard’s young side.

Jack Ross hoping to bolster his Hibernian squad this week

Hibernian head coach Jack Ross faces an important week on and off the park after his makeshift defence earned a point against Motherwell.

Sunday Supp: 'Man Utd in this mess together'

Making Ole Gunnar Solskjaer permanent manager was a stupid decision, according to Sunday Supplement guest Jonathan Liew.

Man arrested on suspicion of Sinnott murder

A second man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering non-league footballer Jordan Sinnott, Nottinghamshire Police have confirmed.

Van Persie: Kompany wanted me at Anderlecht

Robin van Persie has revealed that Vincent Kompany attempted to talk him out of retirement to sign for Anderlecht.

Farke vows to lay down the law as Norwich eye ‘little miracle’ in survival bid

Norwich boss Daniel Farke has vowed to lay down the law as he looks to build on the Canaries’ FA Cup fourth-round win at Burnley and achieve a “little miracle” of Premier League survival.

Norwood insists Blades have fearless mentality to keep extending FA Cup run

Oliver Norwood believes Sheffield United have the fearless mentality to keep extending their FA Cup run.

Mourinho criticises Inter for Eriksen delay

Jose Mourinho has criticised Inter Milan for their pursuit of Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen.

Moyes can keep West Ham up, says Bilic

Slaven Bilic has backed David Moyes to guide West Ham away from relegation trouble again.

Holt hopes for more from Livingston after win at Hamilton

Livingston manager Gary Holt wants to see his squad kick on in the second half of the season, believing they are in better shape than this time last year.

Darlow wants Newcastle to develop ruthless streak after cup draw against Oxford

Karl Darlow has warned Newcastle they need to develop a ruthless streak if they are to squeeze past League One Oxford into the FA Cup fifth round.

Brentford boss Frank thinks FA Cup replays are ‘killing’ the competition

Brentford head coach Thomas Frank was pleased to avoid an FA Cup replay on Saturday after a 1-0 defeat to Leicester and thinks the rematches are killing the competition.

Alex Dyer remaining calm despite Kilmarnock’s defeat at St Johnstone

Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer insisted there is “no need to panic” despite Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at St Johnstone extending their losing run to seven Ladbrokes Premiership matches.

Winks can’t catch a break with ankle

Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks admits he is still learning how to manage his troublesome ankle injury.

Torino players fight back tears after 7-0 loss

Torino players were left fighting back tears after they were beaten 7-0 at home by Atalanta in Serie A on Saturday.

Mourinho criticises Inter for Eriksen delay

Jose Mourinho has criticised Inter Milan for their pursuit of Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen.

Pep: Liverpool are fantastic, phenomenal

Pep Guardiola is pleased with Man City's overall performance this season but says title rivals Liverpool have been "phenomenal".

Pep: Liverpool are fantastic, phenomenal

Pep Guardiola is pleased with Man City's overall performance this season but says title rivals Liverpool have been "phenomenal".

Arteta: Martinelli spirit is incredible

Mikel Arteta says Gabriel Martinelli has impressed him with his 'incredible' spirit, but warns Arsenal must protect the 18-year-old.

Leon Goretzka scores stunning scissor-kick as Bayern Munich see off Schalke

Leon Goretzka scored a stunning scissor-kick against his former club as Bayern Munich moved to within one point of Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig following a thumping 5-0 home win over Schalke.

Mikel Arteta keen not to add burden Gabriel Martinelli with added pressure

Mikel Arteta is eager for Arsenal attacker Gabriel Martinelli to continue developing in the same way and warned not to burden the teenager with unnecessary pressure.

Guardiola: City have not surrendered title – Liverpool are just ‘phenomenal’

Pep Guardiola denies Manchester City’s title defence this season has been a weak one.

Shrewsbury’s Spice Boys set to face Liverpool in FA Cup

Forget about cream suits and the 1996 FA Cup Final – Liverpool will need to get past a couple of members of the original Spice Boys in the fourth round of the competition on Sunday.

Matlock player dies following assault

Matlock Town defender Jordan Sinnott has died at the age of 25 following a serious assault on Friday night.

Matlock Town player Jordan Sinnott dies in hospital after late-night assault

Non-league footballer Jordan Sinnott has died in hospital after being assaulted.

Chelsea boss Lampard calls on Batshuayi to fill Abraham’s boots

Frank Lampard hopes Michy Batshuayi will fill the injured Tammy Abraham’s boots after the striker put Chelsea on course for victory at Hull in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Footballer Jordan Sinnott dies in hospital after late night assault

Non-league footballer Jordan Sinnott has died in hospital after being assaulted.

Tomori returns to torment Hull as Chelsea reach fifth round

Chelsea secured safe passage to the FA Cup fifth round as Fikayo Tomori’s header helped end his former club Hull’s hopes of an upset.

FA Cup round-up: Newcastle held by Oxford

Both Newcastle and Tottenham were forced to unwanted replays after draws in the FA Cup fourth round, while West Ham were knocked out by 10-man West Brom.

Setien: Players may not have got my message

Barcelona boss Quique Setien conceded that he may not have explained things properly to his players ahead of their 2-0 defeat at Valencia – his first loss since taking the helm.

Footballer suffers serious head injury after assault

Former Huddersfield defender Jordan Sinnott has suffered a suspected fractured skull after an incident in Nottinghamshire on Friday evening.

Non-league player suffers serious head injury

Former Huddersfield defender Jordan Sinnott has suffered a suspected fractured skull after an incident in Nottinghamshire on Friday evening.











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