QPR to give youth a chance, says chairman Tony Fernandes
QPR to give youth a chance, says chairman Tony Fernandes

 Queens Park Rangers will change from a buying club to a developing organisation by promoting young talent through their academy, said chairman Tony Fernandes.

Frank Lampard, John Terry turned my career around: Didier Drogba
Frank Lampard, John Terry turned my career around: Didier Drogba

 Didier Drogba has paid tribute to the inspirational way Chelsea team mates Frank Lampard and John Terry helped turn his career around after suffering some difficult times in his early days at Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool scent Chelsea blood as Wembley looms in League Cup
Liverpool scent Chelsea blood as Wembley looms in League Cup

With Chelsea reeling from FA Cup humiliation, Liverpool will visit Stamford Bridge for their League Cup semi-final second leg on Tuesday with increased confidence of reaching the final.

Premier League trio avoid fresh FA Cup shocks
Premier League trio avoid fresh FA Cup shocks

Holders Arsenal won through to the FA Cup last 16 with a hard-fought 3-2 victory at Brighton on Sunday as West Ham and Aston Villa also avoided the embarrassment of becoming the latest Premier League clubs to be knocked out by lower league opposition.

Arsene Wenger warns FA Cup favourites Arsenal
Arsene Wenger warns FA Cup favourites Arsenal

Arsene Wenger believes the weekend`s series of FA Cup shocks represent a "warning" for his Arsenal side.

Substitute Diafra Sakho comes to West Ham's rescue against Bristol City
Substitute Diafra Sakho comes to West Ham's rescue against Bristol City

 Substitute Diafra Sakho scored late on to help West Ham United beat third tier Bristol City 1-0 in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday and ensure the Premier League side did not fall foul of another upset. 

Sensation as Chelsea, Man City humbled in FA Cup
Sensation as Chelsea, Man City humbled in FA Cup

 Premier League title challengers Chelsea and Manchester City both crashed out of the FA Cup after being sensationally beaten by lower-league opponents in the fourth round on Saturday.

English football on course for record number of sackings
English football on course for record number of sackings

 More managers will be sacked in the Premier League and Football League than ever before if current trends continue, according to the League Managers Association`s (LMA) quarterly report.

Sampdoria president Ferrero hints at Eto`o arrival
Sampdoria president Ferrero hints at Eto`o arrival

Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero has hinted that Samuel Eto`o could finally complete his move to the Serie A side after two weeks of negotiations with Premier League club Everton.

We can win without Yaya Toure, says Manchester City boss
We can win without Yaya Toure, says Manchester City boss

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has told his players they must believe they can win without Yaya Toure after failing to do so in the four league games he has missed this season.

Luis Enrique brushes off concern about Suarez form
Luis Enrique brushes off concern about Suarez form

Barcelona are not concerned about Luis Suarez`s lack of goals in his first few months in Spain and are confident the Uruguay forward will rediscover his scoring touch soon, coach Luis Enrique said on Friday.

Manchester United`s 4-4-2 gets Louis van Gaal twitchy
Manchester United`s 4-4-2 gets Louis van Gaal twitchy

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal feels a "twitch" in his backside when his team adopt a 4-4-2 formation, he told British newspapers in comments published on Friday.

Aston Villa fined over Leicester brawl
Aston Villa fined over Leicester brawl

Aston Villa were fined £60,000 ($90,453, 79,200 euros) and warned about their future conduct on Friday as punishment for failing to control their players during a mass brawl at Leicester.

Liverpool will challenge for title next season, says Brendan Rodgers
Liverpool will challenge for title next season, says Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool will be back challenging for the Premier League title next season after slipping off the pace this time round, manager Brendan Rodgers said on Thursday.

Gabriel Paulista to Arsenal `50-50`, says Arsene Wenger
Gabriel Paulista to Arsenal `50-50`, says Arsene Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expressed cautious optimism over his side`s move for Villarreal`s Brazilian centre-back Gabriel Paulista on Thursday, describing the transfer as "50-50".

Manchester United climb Money League despite slump
Manchester United climb Money League despite slump

Manchester United became the world`s second highest-earning club last season despite a disastrous campaign on the pitch, financial consultants Deloitte revealed in their latest Football Money League published on Thursday.

Arsenal sign Polish teen Krystian Bielik
Arsenal sign Polish teen Krystian Bielik

 Arsenal on Wednesday confirmed the signing of teenage midfielder Krystian Bielik from Polish side Legia Warsaw.

Ryan Mason returns as Spurs chase silverware on three fronts
Ryan Mason returns as Spurs chase silverware on three fronts

Tottenham Hotspur`s three-pronged assault on silverware continues on Wednesday when they face third tier Sheffield United in the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at White Hart Lane - their sixth match in 21 days.

Capital One Cup: Sheffield United aiming to cut Spurs down to size
Capital One Cup: Sheffield United aiming to cut Spurs down to size

 Sheffield United are aiming to beat a Premier League side for the fourth time this season when they meet Tottenham Hotspur in their Capital One (League) Cup semi-final on Wednesday and have no intention of going soft on their rivals.

Brendan Rodgers ignores Liverpool`s poor Chelsea record
Brendan Rodgers ignores Liverpool`s poor Chelsea record

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is confident his side can put their recent run of results against Chelsea behind them when they face the Premier League leaders` in the first leg of an English League Cup semi-final at Anfield on Tuesday.