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- Taarabt hits back at Redknapp
QPR forward Adel Taarabt has hit back at manager Harry Redknapp over claims that he is overweight and unfit to play.
- UEFA drops Arsenal charges
Arsenal will face no UEFA action following an incident during their Champions League game against Galatasaray on October 1.
- Wigan v Millwall preview
Wigan are sweating on the fitness of captain Emmerson Boyce and midfielder Emyr Huws ahead of Millwall's visit to the DW Stadium.
- Brentford v Sheff W preview
Brentford will be without defender James Tarkowski through suspension when they host Sheffield Wednesday.
- Podolski laughs off Spurs link
Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski has laughed off suggestions that he could complete a shock move to North London rivals Tottenham.
- Sakho: Team the priority
West Ham United hot-shot Diafra Sakho admits winning games is more important than his own goalscoring exploits.
- Zamora: R's were too naive
Bobby Zamora admitted QPR’s ‘naivety’ proved costly in the dramatic finale to Liverpool's 3-2 victory at Loftus Road.
- Watford v N Forest preview
Ikechi Anya is set to return to the Watford squad for the visit of Nottingham Forest.
- Jose: Only Hodgson in contact
Jose Mourinho has revealed England boss Roy Hodgson is the only international manager to speak to him this season about injured players.
- 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'
- 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.
- Bruce: I tried to sign Welbeck
Hull manager Steve Bruce will come up against the one that got away on Saturday when he faces Danny Welbeck.
- Hodgson warned over Wilshere
Arsene Wenger has warned Roy Hodgson that playing Jack Wilshere in too deep a role for England could cancel out the midfielder's match-winning qualities.
- Pochettino: Aguero like Mozart
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has compared Sergio Aguero with composer Mozart as he prepares to take on "the best striker in the world" on Saturday.
- Walcott comes through return
Theo Walcott moved closer to an Arsenal comeback with an appearance for the club's U21 side on Friday evening.
- Joronen drafted in at Accrington
Accrington have signed Fulham goalkeeper Jesse Joronen on loan following Adam Chapman's foot injury.
- Christensen tipped for stardom
Chelsea captain John Terry has praised talented defender Andreas Christensen and tipped the teenager to be a hit with the Blues.
- Leyton Orient v MK Dons preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Leyton Orient and MK Dons at Brisbane Road.
- Symons 'desperate' for chance
Caretaker manager Kit Symons expects to be in charge of Fulham for at least the next three games and is desperate to become the club's new permanent boss.
- Premier League preview
- Millwall to honour war heroes
- Redknapp: Gerrard a British great
Steven Gerrard marked 11 years as Liverpool captain this week – and, for me, he’s one of the great British players of all time.
- Man City v Tottenham preview
- Millwall v Wolves preview
Lee Martin is close to returning to the Millwall squad for the visit of former boss Kenny Jackett and Wolves.
- Fulham v Norwich preview
Fulham will be without Fernando Amorebieta when they welcome Norwich to Craven Cottage on Saturday.
- Sheff Wed v Watford preview
Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson could return to contention for the home game against Watford.
- Warnock praise for Mourinho
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock is looking forward to locking horns with Jose Mourinho at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
- Pochettino happy with Eriksen
Maurico Pochettino has defended Christian Eriksen after the midfielder was criticised by his national manager.
- Ferdinand backing for Redknapp
QPR defender Rio Ferdinand has given his backing to Harry Redknapp as pressure mounts on the R's manager after a disappointing start to the season.
- Gallas announces his retirement
- Hazard: I'm not among the elite
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard has admitted he is not one of the best five players in the world.
- Southampton dominate nominees
Southampton's impressive form in September has been recognised in the nominations for the Player and Manager of the Month awards.
- Jackett braced for Lions return
Kenny Jackett is ready for a lively reception when he heads back to Millwall for the first time on Saturday.
- Petrasso relishes Derry reunion
New Notts County loan signing Michael Petrasso is looking forward to linking up again with Magpies manager Shaun Derry.
- Magpies loan for Petrasso
Notts County have signed winger Michael Petrasso on a three-month loan from Premier League side QPR.
- Veljkovic set for Boro loan
Tottenham starlet Milos Veljkovic has told the Serbian press that he will be joining Sky Bet Championship outfit Middlesbrough on a three-month loan deal.
- Carroll vows to fight for spot
West Ham striker Andy Carroll has insisted he is ready to fight for a first-team spot when he makes his long-awaited return from injury.
- FA charge for Ferdinand
QPR defender Rio Ferdinand has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association following a comment he posted on Twitter.
- Ill Schurrle misses out
Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle has been ruled out of Germany's European Qualifier against the Republic of Ireland tonight due a bout of flu.
- Palace: Hunt chase hotting up
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has warned Nottingham Forest that they are not the only ones keen on Jack Hunt.
- Wigan star relishing clash
Callum McManaman appreciates there will be an added edge to Wigan's clash with Brentford this weekend.
- Interest mounts in Wamberto
Sky Sports understands a host of British clubs are tracking Lierse SK's Brazilian Wamberto
- Meadow expanded for cup clash
Shrewsbury have installed temporary seats at Greenhous Meadow for their Capital One Cup clash with Chelsea later this month.
- Gazidis: We can't replace Wenger
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis says Arsene Wenger is a managerial 'giant' and replacing him will be their 'biggest challenge'.
- Wilshere 'devastated' for Ozil
Jack Wilshere admits he and his Arsenal team-mates are 'devastated' for the injured Mesut Ozil, but is confident they can cope without the German.
- McDonald hails 'best squad'
West Ham United assistant Neil McDonald believes the club are working with their 'best squad' since Sam Allardyce took charge.
- Brentford cast eye over SEB
Former Wolves and Plymouth Argyle hot-shot Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is training with Brentford.
- Walcott back in training
Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has returned to first-team training after 10 months out with a knee injury.
- Meet Kieron Dyer
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- Jose: I turned down PSG twice
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed he rejected two approaches from Paris Saint-Germain to become the French club's coach.
- Watford star in confident mood
Lloyd Dyer is confident Watford can challenge for promotion this season despite the recent upheaval at the club.
- Smith: Wilshere thriving
Jack Wilshere’s changing role made him the stand-out performer in England’s latest European Qualifiers, says Alan Smith.
- 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
- 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.
- Hayes - Our time has come
Chelsea Ladies boss Emma Hayes is urging her players to seize the moment and realise their dreams by clinching an historic first top-flight title for the club.
- Yedlin hopes for January move
Tottenham want DeAndre Yedlin to complete his move to the club in January, Sky sources understand.
- English eyes on Dutch defender
Sky Sports understands a host of English clubs are tracking Dutch defender Nick Kuipers.
- Naughton out with ankle injury
Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton faces a period on the sidelines after scans revealed he has suffered ankle ligament damage.
- Arsenal starlet agrees deal
Highly-rated Arsenal youngster Stefan O'Connor has agreed his first professional contract with the club, Sky Sports understands.
- Sullivan praise for Big Sam
West Ham chairman David Sullivan says manager Sam Allardyce is reintroducing 'the West Ham way' with his new-look squad.
- Wright returns to Millwall
Millwall have invoked their option of a 24-hour recall clause on Josh Wright, bringing him back to The Den from his loan spell at Crawley.
- Sheff Utd v Leyton O preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Sheffield United and Leyton Orient at Bramall Lane.
- 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.