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Football News Roundup – October 21, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 19, 2014

  • Zamora: Harry rumours 'crazy'
    QPR striker Bobby Zamora believes it would be "crazy" if Harry Redknapp lost his job as the club’s manager.
  • Cesc: Chelsea no 'Invincibles'
    Cesc Fabregas has laughed off suggestions his current Chelsea side could emulate the Arsenal team that navigated an entire Premier League season with losing.
  • Orient spirit satisfies Nugent
    Leyton Orient's interim manager Kevin Nugent was satisfied with the point after his side's 0-0 home draw with MK Dons.
  • Symons hails Fulham character
    Caretaker manager Kit Symons hailed the battling qualities displayed by his Fulham side after a 1-0 victory over high-flying Norwich brought them to within one point of climbing out of the Sky Bet Championship relegation zone.
  • Surreal return for Wolves boss
    Kenny Jackett described his return to Millwall as surreal but conceded Wolves' defending was all too ordinary after they surrendered a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 at the Den.
  • Howe full of praise for Wilson
    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe praised striker Callum Wilson after the former Coventry striker fired the Cherries' to a 1-0 victory over Charlton.
  • Jokanovic: We can stay top
    New Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic believes his Watford side are good enough to stay at the top of the table following their comfortable 3-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
  • Draw leaves Wenger frustrated
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger felt his side had only themselves to blame after having to battle back to secure a 2-2 draw with Hull City at the Emirates.
  • Allardyce hails birthday win
    Sam Allardyce called on his West Ham players to secure a win at Burnley so that he could celebrate his 60th birthday on Sunday in style.
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Football News Roundup – October 18, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 17, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 16, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 15, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 14, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 13, 2014

  • Spain drought 'bothered' Costa
    Diego Costa is hoping for a new lease of life with Spain after finally breaking his scoring duck for the national team.
  • 'Job done' says Cahill
    Gary Cahill was satisfied with England’s display against Estonia in Tallinn, where the Lions collected a third victory in as many European qualifiers.
  • Watford exit stuns McKinlay
    Billy McKinlay admits he feels disillusioned after parting company with Sky Bet Championship club Watford.
  • Jol was offered Bale for £5m
    Martin Jol claims he was offered the opportunity to sign Gareth Bale for just £5million while in charge of Hamburg.
  • Courtois defends Chelsea call
    Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has defended Chelsea's medical staff for their handling of his head injury during the game against Arsenal.
  • Nugent: That was unbelievable
    Leyton Orient caretaker coach Kevin Nugent refused to be drawn on his position after securing a 2-2 draw at Sheffield United.
  • O's hold Blades in thriller
    Romain Vincelot headed a dramatic equaliser in stoppage time to earn a point for Leyton Orient in a 2-2 draw at Sheffield United.
  • Orient looking for stability
    Bianca Westwood speaks to Kevin Nugent and Romain Vincelot about Leyton Orient's difficult start to the season and the future plans for the club.
  • Alcacer: Goals to come for Costa
    Spain striker Paco Alcacer is confident Diego Costa will break his goalscoring duck for the national side sooner rather than later as La Roja prepare to face Luxembourg in a 2016 European Championship qualifying match on Sunday.
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Football News Roundup – October 11, 2014

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Football News Roundup – October 10, 2014

  • Chambers praised by Lallana
    Adam Lallana has praised Calum Chambers for his performance on his full England debut against San Marino.
  • Keane: Mourinho is a disgrace
    Roy Keane has branded Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho 'a disgrace' for the manner in which he conducts himself on the touchline.
  • Some Frank conversation...
    Sky Sports 5 welcomed a very special guest to the Sky Sports 5 studio on Thursday night as Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard joined us for our European Qualifiers coverage.
  • Wenger to set Ozil timetable
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the club will "follow our own recommendations" on how best to deal with Mesut Ozil's recover from a knee injury.
  • Lampard assesses Costa impact
    Frank Lampard gives his thoughts on the impact Spanish duo Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas have had on his old club Chelsea.
  • Harriman signs for Luton
    Luton have snapped up the services of QPR defender Michael Harriman on a one-month loan deal.
  • Chelsea backed over Courtois
    Chelsea observed the correct procedures when they allowed goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to continue playing after he sustained a head injury against Arsenal, according to FIFA's chief medical officer Michel D'Hooghe.
  • Terry lauds Chelsea teamwork
    Chelsea captain John Terry has insisted that the defensive work of the club's attacking players has been key to their impressive start to the season.
  • Koscielny concern for Arsenal
    Defender Laurent Koscielny has added to Arsenal’s injury concerns after he was released from the France squad.
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