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Arsene Wenger claimed Arsenal proved they are genuine title contenders after coming from behind to win at West Ham.
Malky Mackay last night revealed he has still not had talks with Cardiff owner Vincent Tan.
Jackson Martinez has opened the door to a move to Arsenal or Chelsea by outlining his ambition to play in the Premier League.
Furious Brendan Rodgers blasted the "horrendous" match officials after Liverpool lost out to title rivals Manchester City.
Mauricio Pochettino has issued a hands-off warning to Manchester United after declaring: Adam Lallana is going nowhere.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce is ready to make a record-breaking move for Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher.
Crystal Palace want to tie down Jonny Williams to stop their prize asset leaving on the cheap.
Brazilian midfielder Ramires says Chelsea should re-sign Nemanja Matic to help them win trophies this season.
Spurs midfielder Sandro has told Italian giants Inter Milan and Roma he does not want to quit north London for Serie A.
Newcastle star Hatem Ben Arfa has ruled out a January exit from St James' Park.
Brendan Rodgers blasted "horrendous" referee Lee Mason and his officials after seeing his side's title hopes suffer a bitter blow.
Wayne Rooney claims Manchester United have joined the title fight after inspiring their comeback at Hull.
Manchester United have been warned that David Moyes's main transfer target Marco Reus will cost up to £40million.
Brendan Rodgers faces an FA charge after questioning the integrity of referee Lee Mason and labelling the match officials "horrendous" following Liverpool's defeat at Manchester City last night.
Arsene Wenger insists the stirring 3-1 comeback victory at West Ham yesterday proves Arsenal are genuine title contenders.
Brendan Rodgers risked an FA charge by appearing to question the impartiality of referee Lee Mason and his assistants after Liverpool's 2-1 defeat by Manchester City last night.
Arsene Wenger says his team showed their title-winning credentials as they came from behind to win 3-1 at West Ham yesterday - but was counting the cost of a "serious" injury to Aaron Ramsey.
Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, is to ask the Premier League why "a referee from Greater Manchester" was in charge of Thursday's fixture which ended in a controversial defeat for the visitors.
Jose Mourinho has been repeatedly telling his team that they need to become "killers" but this was another frustrating example of their propensity to rely on a glancing blow rather than bludgeon such obviously inferior opposition into submission.
Manchester City preserved their 100% home record at the expense of Liverpool's attempt to climb back to the top of the table, coming from a goal down to secure the points that took them past their north-west rivals to go second behind Arsenal.
Brendan Rodgers risked possible Football Association action by questioning the appointment of a Greater Manchester referee to officiate the fixture against Manchester City, in which a 2-1 defeat for his Liverpool side allowed Arsenal to regain top spot in the Premier League.
Malky Mackay, the Cardiff manager, will finally get his meeting with the club's owner, Vincent Tan, tomorrow and will learn his fate.