Man Utd back in EPL running

David Moyes's claim that the Premier League title race will go the distance was lent credibility by his own players in Manchester United's victory over Arsenal - the most significant moment yet of the Scotsman's Old Trafford tenure.

Swansea biding time with Bony

Swansea biding time with Bony

Wilfried Bony has had a mixed start to his Premier League career with Swansea and his manager Michael Laudrup has admitted that his £12m striker still needs time to adapt to the Premier League.

Foxy Eto'o just might be back

 
Samuel Eto’o has had a slow start o his Chelsea career, but on Wednesday José Mourinho's Chelsea-in-progress ended up making serene progress to the verge of the Champions League knockout stages thanks, in the first instance, to a piece of wonderful opportunism from Eto'o.

A Messi dip in form

A Messi dip in form

The cartoon on the back of Monday's Sport newspaper in Barcelona had Lionel Messi asking God: "I've gone four games without scoring, what's happening to me?" The joke lay in the fact that God had also been drawn with Messi's face.

Gyan peeks at next gen in UAE

Gyan peeks at next gen in UAE

Ghana's captain Asamoah Gyan has been all smiles as a keen observer of the next generation of talent at the U-17 World Cup in the UAE.

Kalou relishing front line duty

Kalou relishing front line duty

Over in Lille, the self-styled trooper was reminiscing. Salomon Kalou chose to pass over the Premier League title he had claimed at Chelsea, not to mention the four FA Cups and a League Cup.

Mbia still hoping to make his English mark

Mbia still hoping to make his English mark

Stéphane Mbia is hoping his encouraging form for Sevilla, with whom he is on loan from Queens Park Rangers, will earn him a permanent move to a Champions League club next summer as the Cameroon international seeks to re-establish his reputation following last year's toils at Loftus Road.

Wenger vs Mourinho

Wenger vs Mourinho
Arsène Wenger has admitted Arsenal's collision with Chelsea in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday can have a "psychological influence on the team" as the Frenchman seeks a first victory over a side managed by José Mourinho to pep his players' conviction that they are realistic challengers for honours this term.

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