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Spurs star Sergio Reguilon screams as he is pulled through snow by Paulo Gazzaniga on a golf buggy
Sergio Reguilon took advantage of a snow day to lie in an orange sled and take a ride through the Hotspur Way frost - and the Spain defender was clearly exhilarated as he shot along the scene.
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Ezequiel Schelotto has agreed a move to Argentine outfit Racing Club despite being tempted by a switch to Crystal Palace, according to Perspectiva Sur. A...
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Brighton and Hove Albion allowed one player to join Arsenal on Friday, as goalkeeper Mat Ryan signed for the Gunners on loan. It remains to...
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Brighton and Hove Albion boss Graham Potter has told the Brighton and Hove Independent that he thinks Mat Ryan’s move to Arsenal is’ fantastic’. The...
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Sogndal captain Sivert Mannsverk has said he ‘appreciates’ speculation linking him with a move to Everton, Arsenal and Aston Villa, while speaking to Nettavisen. It...
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Martin Keown is hoping that the signing of Brighton goalkeeper Matt Ryan does not spell a premature end to Runar Alex Runarsson’s Arsenal career, as...
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Arsenal announced the signing of Mathew Ryan on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion earlier today. As stated on Arsenal’s official website, the goalkeeper will...
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Luke Shaw is proving José Mourinho wrong, while West Ham could have European football on their minds next season
“He was in front of me and I was making every decision for him. He has to change his football brain,” José Mourinho said of Luke Shaw after a game in 2017. “We need his fantastic physical and technical qualities, but he cannot continue to play with my brain.” Few could have imagined four years later that the former Southampton defender could be first choice left-back at Old Trafford and eyeing up a return to the England squad. There is no arguing that Shaw looks far fitter now than four years ago but he has heeded Mourinho’s advice to “change his football brain”. Against Liverpool, Shaw was superb in defence and attack; going forward he made key overlapping runs, aiding Marcus Rashford to ensure United dominated that flank in a battle that was crucial to the victory. The arrival of Alex Telles seems to have spurred Shaw on to build on last season’s form. Gareth Southgate will have taken notice. Will Unwin
Burnley v Bournemouth or Crawley
Manchester United v West Ham
Sheffield United v Bristol City
Wolves v Southampton
Barnsley v Chelsea
Everton v Wycombe or Tottenham
Swansea v Manchester City
Leicester v Brighton
Brighton moved into the FA Cup fifth round with a difficult win over lower-league opposition, edging past Blackpool to end the League One club’s impressive cup run.
After lovely first-half goals by Yves Bissouma and Gary Madine, only a wild deflection claimed by Steven Alzate separated the sides.Continue reading...
- Australian international loaned to Arsenal from Brighton
- Goalkeeper signed as competition for Bernd Leno
Australian goalkeeper Mat Ryan has hailed his move to Premier League giants Arsenal, the team he supported as a kid back home, as “surreal”. The 28-year-old Socceroos keeper has ensured there’ll remain an Australian playing presence in England’s top-flight with his loan transfer from Brighton and Hove Albion until the end of the season.Continue reading...
Brighton grabbed three important points at Leeds to go above Burnley, who lost at West Ham, while Wayne Rooney’s full-time debut turned bad
Right then, that’s all from me. Scott Murray will take you through Fulham v Chelsea here:
For the second game in a row Sean Dyche watches his team lose but seems optimistic:
We’ve just got to find the margins of our favour, especially in the attacking third. I still believe in what we do, because we’ve proved it over a long period. We kept the ball, we asked questions, but we couldn’t quite open the door. You’ve got to remember after eight games we had two points. We’re in pretty healthy shape considering. Keep playing like that and we’ll be alright.
You can find any table you like (within reason) here, but here’s the Premier League:
This just in from Ed Aarons at the London Stadium:
For a player who was once rejected by Wimbledon over a £7 registration fee, Michail Antonio has definitely proved his worth to West Ham. Absent since the end of November with a groin injury, it took him less than 10 minutes to find the net against Burnley as David Moyes’ side secured a battling victory.
Antonio was signed as a winger in 2015 and even played as a full-back under Manuel Pellegrini but it is as a lone striker that he is excelling under Moyes. Inspired by their returning talisman in attack, West Ham should really have put this game beyond doubt in the first half and were forced to dig deep to hold off a spirited late onslaught from Sean Dyche’s side. But a victory that lifts them into real contention for the top six thanks to Antonio’s 40th Premier League goal – just seven behind Paolo Di Canio’s West Ham record – was just about a fair reward.
David Moyes has a chat:
His teams have always been incredibly hard to play against. They defend really well and they’re a real threat going forward, so it’s a really good win for us. I thought we defended really well. Against Burnley there’s things you have to do, you have to defend crosses well and we did that. I was a bit disappointed we didn’t play better, but Burnley kept at it and we showed that resilience.
We’d like to strengthen if we can but the most important thing is we win our games. I’d like some pace and someone who can run in behind. Mickey gives us that but if we don’t have him through injury or he needs a rest we need that.
Louise Taylor has filed her match report from Elland Road:
A slow, messy thaw had begun melting the thick snow banked up by the sides of the roads outside the stadium and, inside it, Leeds United’s once solid midfield seemed to be dissolving in sympathy.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have had much better days and a big part of that was down to Brighton’s excellence. Graham Potter’s team were so good that it was extremely hard to credit that this was their first Premier League win since November.
Michail Antonio explains his curious goal celebration:
Me and Declan played a game of Call of Duty mobile, I lost and that was my forfeit. That’s what it was.
Here follows a classified check on today’s full-time scores.
The final whistle sounds at both Premier League games at almost the same moment, and the results mean Brighton vault Burnley, who sit 17th (albeit with two games in hand on the Seagulls), while West Ham move at least temporarily into eighth!
Disaster for Wayne Rooney, as Rotherham break the deadlock against Derby in the 86th minute, through Jamie Lindsay! It would be Rotherham’s second away win of the season, and take them above the Rams in the table (though both would be in the bottom three).
West Ham should have clinched victory on the break, but Yarmolenko took a shot and hit Mee with it, when he could have passed to his left and presented Antonio with a tap-in.
More professional foul news, as Stoke’s James Chester is sent off for one at Blackburn, a couple of minutes after the home side equalised through John Buckley. It’s 1-1 there too!
are were a goal up against Blackpool but are a man down after the most professional of professional fouls from Reece Burke. Still, it preserved their lead. But then, as I type...
1-1. Blackpool equalise after the ball pinballs inside the box.
1-1 [82'] #HULBLP
Good and bad news for Norwich: Cardiff scored in the 65th minute through Ralls (bad), but the home side are now down to 10 men after Pack was sent off (good). and now Luton have gone a goal up at Bournemouth (also good), Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall with a left-foot curler. Talking of left-foot curlers, Sammy Ameobi’s second for Nottingham Forest against Millwall was a peach.
There have been 17 shots at West Ham and 10 at Leeds, plenty of goalmouth action at both venues, but just the one goal in each game. Surely more to come?
A second goal for Watford at home to Huddersfield, excellent work from Kiko Femenia on the right and his low centre presents Joao Pedro with a far-post tap-in. At West Ham, Bowen sees a shot go just the wrong side of the near post.
Fiacre Kelleher, older brother of highly-rated Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin, has scored to give Wrexham a 2-1 lead at home to bottom-of-the-table Dover in the National League.
Fornals now has an effort for West Ham, after Pope pushes a dangerous cross away, and it looked to be heading in until it hit Lowton.
Over to West Ham, where a right-wing cross from Bowen Antonio chests the ball down and hammers a volley ... off entirely the wrong part of his foot, and he falls over while doing so to boot, and it goes for a throw-in.
Watford take the lead against Huddersfield, in hilarious style! Toffolo wins a header against Sarr out on the Watford right and the ball rolls to O’Brien, who passes back to Vellejo, who passes back to Schofield. All the while Cleverley is scurrying about, closing down, and when Vellejo’s pass proves underhit he reaches it before Schofield and slides it in from six yards!
Excellent work from Veltman at Elland Road, who runs across his own goal to nick the ball off the toe of Bamford in the penalty area. It runs to Harrison, who curls a first-time effort across goal but just wide!
Further uncomfortable head contact news from the London Stadium, where Craig Dawson has been sent from the field to deal with a bleeding nose.
Play is back under way! As in the first half Burnley have a player on the floor within 35 seconds of kick-off. This time it’s Barnes, who goes up for a header, butts a defender’s buttock and takes a while to recover.
Here are the half-time scores. Not a lot of goals about:
It’s half time at the London Stadium, where West Ham take a 1-0 lead over Burnley into the break. Brighton are 60 seconds from doing similar in Leeds.
Stoke have only won one of their last nine in all competitions, and that was against Blackburn last month. Today they play Blackburn again, and they’re winning again: Nick Powell has just headed in from six yards.
West Ham hit the post! It’s a corner from the right, which is played in by Bowen, flicked on, and then hammered against the far post by Ogbonna!
Burnley have a goal disallowed! It’s a low cross from Wood on the left, which flicks off the back of Cresswell’s trailing leg at the near post and loops in at the far, but Wood was offside in the build-up.
More good news for Norwich: Bournemouth are a man down at home to Luton, after Jefferson Lerma was sent off (apparently very harshly). It could have been better still, but Watford’s Troy Deeney has not been sent off when he might have been.
I can see three Sivasspor players here, but there may be more:
Başakşehir - Sivas maçının saha görüntüsü.
Sivasspor beyaz formayla mücadele ediyor. pic.twitter.com/3QquUtrd06
This just in from Turkey, where the game between Istanbul Basaksehir and Sivasspor turned into a game of spot the footballer. Not ideal conditions for an all-white kit:
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Brighton hit the bar! It’s a deflected cross, but Casilla is helpless as it crashes against the meat of the woodwork and away!
Norwich are two up! The not-quite-runaway-but-getting-there (walkquicklyaway?) Championship leaders double their lead against Cardiff as Todd Cantwell snaffles the rebound after Jordan Hugill’s shot is saved.
Here, watch it yourself. Quite a tasty goal, really:
Beautiful Brighton goal
Leeds are cut apart as Maupay finishes a wonderful Brighton move
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Maupay stays on his feet this time, and is left with the easiest of finishes when Mac Allister draws the keeper before setting him up with low square pass!
Bristol City are a goal up at home to Preston, Famara Diedhiou nodding in a corner with what we generally call aplomb. At Elland Road Maupay goes down in the area, but it’s a horrible dive and the referee does not reward it (or punish it, for some reason).
A fine Fornals cross from the left is misjudged by Tarkowski and finds Antonio in all sorts of space at the far post, and he makes no mistake from a couple of yards!
Chance for Leeds! It’s a low cross from the left and Rodrigo only needs to touch it in as he runs onto the ball five yards out, but with a defender diving in to distract him he misses it completely!
Norwich are the first team in the English Football League to score this afternoon, Grant Hanley heading in from a couple of feet after a corner is flicked on at the near post.
Less than a minute played and the Burnley physios are already on the pitch, helping Josh Brownhill to his feet after a collision with Declan Rice.
Players are out and ready for kick-off. Brace! Brace!
Here’s Paul Doyle’s report on Wolves 2-3 West Brom:
Six matches after being parachuted in to save West Brom, Sam Allardyce can at last say he has presided over a victory – and a particularly sweet one, at that. Matheus Pereira scored two penalties either side of a headed goal by Semi Ajayi as West Brom upset their local rivals with a display of opportunism, spirit and relative defensive rigour. Wolves, though, should mostly blame themselves. They have lost six of their last nine league matches and look no closer to solving problems at both ends of the pitch.
For nine years Wolves had waited for a chance to avenge their defeat in the last Black Country derby, a 5-1 clobbering that convinced the club to oust their then manager, Mick McCarthy. West Brom have already jettisoned one manager this season and the replacement arrived at Molineux looking for a victory to kickstart his rescue mission.
“Afternoon Simon,” writes our occasional voluntary Scottish football correspondent Simon McMahon. “ Scottish Leagues One and Two were suspended earlier in the week, but still some games taking place in the top two divisions, for now anyway. Crisis club Celtic are at home to high-flying Livingston, while Micky Mellon’s Dundee United travel to Hamilton (and if anyone hasn’t seen Lawrence Shankland’s goal for United against St Johnstone during midweek, they really should). In the Scottish Championship, leaders Hearts are at Alloa, and struggling Dundee host Ayr (though there’s a doubt about that one as, after recent snow and rain, part of the pitch at Dens resembles a ploughed field*). *Insert your own joke about 1970’s industrial style football.”
Sadly as Simon was pressing send on his email, Dundee were making the following announcement:
Today’s match against Ayr United has been postponed.
The referee David Munro deemed the pitch to be unplayable despite an earlier pitch inspection and both clubs wanting the match to be played #thedee pic.twitter.com/evY3AlrmyK
Sunderland have won one and lost one league game in a drawful last two months, but Charlie Wyke has just completed his hat-trick to give them a 3-0 lead in the last minute at Wimbledon, so there’ll be three more points in the bank this evening.
Sean Dyche has named an unchanged team to face West Ham today. He has a chat on the telly:
We’ve got a good belief. The performance level against Man Utd was really good, that’s why we’re sticking with the same side. Other players [he mentions Dwight McNeil] are close to fitness, and our squad strength is improving all the time.
When you win it’s always good memories. We were decent both games, and the last couple of seasons we’ve done well here. There seems a more solid feel about West Ham at the moment. Maybe not as free flowing but still a good side, we know that. We’re never far away defensively but our production in the front third has got to improve.
Dortmund’s match against Mainz kicked off 10 minutes or so ago, their players having warmed up in special jerseys encouraging Axel Witsel, nicknamed Chaloupe (“Chaloupe is my nickname. They gave it to me when I was playing for Standard Lièege because I am always… A Chaloupe is a small wooden boat, which always moves very slowly on the water. That is how I am every day: cool, relaxed, not stressed. That’s why they called me that years ago and I’m still like that today.”), to recover quickly from his torn achilles tendon.
Erling Haaland had the ball in the net within 90 seconds of kick-off, but the goal was disallowed for handball.
A few photographers are trying their very best to produce interesting pre-match images on a day when drab slate-grey skies make such a task rather difficult. Here’s a puddle of the day:
West Brom lead Wolves 3-2 with 10 minutes to play, and Scott Murray is all over this one:
Meanwhile at Elland Road, the names on the team sheets are these:
Leeds: Casilla, Dallas, Ayling, Cooper, Alioski, Struijk, Raphinha, Rodrigo, Klich, Harrison, Bamford. Subs: Poveda-Ocampo, Roberts, Llorente, Helder Costa, Hernandez,
Davis, Caprile, Shackleton, Jenkins.
Brighton: Sanchez, Webster, Dunk, Burn, Veltman, White, Gross, March, Mac Allister, Maupay, Trossard. Subs: Bissouma, Alzate, Tau, Propper, Zeqiri, Walton, Sanders, Khadra, Jenks.
Referee: Kevin Friend.
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Lining up at the London Stadium will be this lot:
West Ham: Fabianski, Coufal, Dawson, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice, Soucek, Bowen, Benrahma, Fornals, Antonio. Subs: Alves, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Noble, Diop, Fredericks, Johnson, Randolph, Odubeko.
Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Pieters, Gudmundsson, Westwood, Brownhill, Brady, Wood, Barnes. Subs: Cork, McNeil, Stephens, Rodriguez, Norris, Bardsley, Vydra, Long, Benson.
Referee: Chris Kavanagh.
Here's how we line up today at London Stadium...#WHUBUR
Saturday afternoon is once again upon us, and with it the weekly game glut. Here, then, is your big fixture check. A few stand out: outside the Premier League there are big games at the top and bottom of the Championship, with this evening’s Barnsley v Swansea match seeing two of the division’s form teams play each other, while Wayne Rooney’s first match as a full-time manager sees his Derby side, 22nd in the league, host the team immediately below them, Rotherham (who have two games in hand). The leaders of Leagues One and Two are both out of action because of postponements, and in their absence the big games in both divisions are towards the bottom: in League One 23rd-place Wigan visit Rochdale, three places but only two points ahead of them, while in League Two four of the bottom five play each other, with Scunthorpe hoping to pull themselves clear of the relegation scrap with victory at Barrow and the bottom two, Grimsby and Southend, meeting at Blundell Park.
Today’s fixtures (3pm kick-offs unless stated):
A slow, messy, thaw had begun melting the thick snow banked up by the sides of the roads outside the stadium and, inside it, Leeds’s once solid midfield seemed to be dissolving in sympathy.
Leeds have had much better days but a big part of that was down to Brighton’s excellence. They were so good it seemed almost unbelievable this was their first Premier League win since November.Continue reading...
Leeds will come face to face with the one that got away when Ben White returns to Elland Road for Brighton. White excelled for Marcelo Bielsa’s side as they won promotion last season but Leeds failed to secure his services on a permanent basis and the centre-back is now an integral element of Brighton’s struggle to avoid relegation. Bielsa harbours immense respect for Potter and predicts a game of “considerable tactical diversity.” The Argentinian, still suffering from a central defensive injury crisis, can only reflect on what might have been had he retained White. Louise Taylor
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How are Premier League clubs faring in the January transfer window?
As we hit the final week of the January transfer window, the contrast between Premier League clubs' spending couldn't be any more different. However, there is still time for that to change.
Arsenal 'set to be offered Julian Draxler for Matteo Guendouzi' by Paris Saint-Germain
Arsenal have previously been linked with Julian Draxler and are thought to have intensified their interest in the 27-year-old, who could be offered by Paris Saint-Germain for Matteo Guendouzi.
Brendan Rodgers hopeful star striker Jamie Vardy can make a swift return from groin surgery
The Leicester City striker has had an operation on a long-standing hernia problem and last week Rodgers said he would be sidelined for 'a few weeks'. Vardy had not scored in his previous five matches.
Graham Potter insists Brighton must enjoy Yves Bissouma while they can
Bissouma is the midfielder attracting interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and even Real Madrid. Scouts like Bissouma, the 24-year-old who is tenacious and one of the Premier League's top tacklers.
Manchester City hit SEVEN past Brighton and have their fizz back
KATHRYN BATTE: This was about as dominant as Man City have been all season. It probably should have been even more. But this was a performance that signalled City are back to their best.
Sean Dyche targeting FA Cup glory with Burnley after famous Anfield win
While Pep Guardiola rates Brighton's Graham Potter as the finest English manager of his generation, Dyche's reputation was further enhanced when his team ended Liverpool's unbeaten home run.
Albion aim to end wait for home win in Premier League
Graham Potter wants to end the talk about Albion's lack of home wins.
Premier League reveal a fall in Covid-19 positives
Premier League clubs have been given a boost in their battle to keep Covid-19 at bay.
Graham Potter laughs off six-pointer claim for Fulham clash
Graham Potter has laughed off claims Albion are facing a Premier League six-pointer.
Graham Potter speaks ahead of Albion v Fulham
Graham Potter's press conference
Ezequiel Schelotto set to sign deal in Argentina
Former Albion right-back Ezequiel Schelotto is heading back to Argentina.
Graham Potter happy with his Albion goalkeepers
Graham Potter does not expect to add to his goalkeeping ranks in the transfer window.
Aston Villa will hope to get into the top four with a win against Brighton in the Premier League. Here's the predicted Aston Villa lineup.
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Matchweek 7 of the Premier League produced some thrilling displays as the league table is starting to take shape.
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Brighton & Hove Albion defender Ben White could be a target for Premier League champions Liverpool in the January transfer window. White is currently in his first year in the Premier League, but was a target for many clubs in the summer after impressing with Leeds in the Championship last season. As per journalist James Pearce, Liverpool will most likely sign someone in the January transfer window after the unfortunate injury to star defender Virgil van Dijk. He revealed that Ben White was a target for the Merseyside club in the summer and despite the 23-year-old signing a new contract
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Brighton vs Manchester United could be an entertaining game with some good football on show. Here are 3 burning questions ahead of the game.
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After their poor display against Crystal Palace in their opening match of the Premier League, the Red Devils have another tricky fixture this weekend when they face Brighton at the Amex Stadium. United brushed aside Championship side Luton Town in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night, winning 3-0. This weekend’s game against Brighton will be a much tougher fixture for the Manchester club as the Seagulls have defeated United twice in the last five meetings between the two teams. Brighton won their last league game against Newcastle United, winning it 3-0. Let’s take a look at the possible Manchester United
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Chelsea will begin their Premier League campaign with a clash against Brighton on Monday. Here is the predicted Chelsea lineup.
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Why Arsenal should sign Yves Bissouma in January According to Brighton and Hove Independent, Arsenal have been linked with a January move for Brighton’s Yves Bissouma. His performances for Brighton this season have attracted the attention of big clubs such as Arsenal and Liverpool. The Gunners, particularly, remain interested in adding a midfielder to their […] More
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Why Brighton should reignite their interest in Jordan Lukaku Back in September, Italian outlet Il Messagero (h/t Sussex Live) had mentioned Brighton and Hove Albion among the potential suitors for Lazio full-back Jordan Lukaku. Premier League rivals Leeds United were also understood to be keen on the Belgian international but the player eventually completed a […] More
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Why Man United should go all out for Ben White in January According to Sky Sports, Man United are keeping close tabs on the development of Brighton defender Ben White ahead of the January transfer window. Premier League rivals Chelsea and Tottenham are also monitoring the 23-year-old, who has made the step up to the […] More
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Why Brighton signing Youssef En-Nesyri would bolster their attack Back in 2019, a report from the Daily Mail had mentioned Brighton among the potential suitors for Moroccan international striker Youssef En-Nesyri, who was plying his trade with CD Leganes back then. Premier League rivals West Ham were also understood to be in the race to […] More
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Why signing Tariq Lamptey makes sense for Manchester United According to Mundo Deportivo (h/t Brighton and Hove Independent), Engand legend Wayne Rooney has urged Manchester United to sign Brighton & Hove Albion’s young full-back Tariq Lamptey. He has been impressed by Lamptey’s season at Brighton and wants United to sign him to strengthen their squad. […] More
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Why West Ham should go back in the market for Lewis Dunk Back in May 2018, a report from the Daily Star had claimed that West Ham were interested in Brighton & Hove Albion centre-back Lewis Dunk. However, no deal materialised and Dunk stayed put at the Amex Stadium despite widespread speculation over his future. […] More
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