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Oscar, Eden Hazard, and WIllian scored to give Chelsea their first away Premier League win for the season.

Chelsea dominated the game the entire time and it paid off with two late goals from Hazard and Willian to put it away. Hazard and Willian had both come on as substitutes. Mourinho decided to start Demba Ba to lead the line for Chelsea because of a suspended Fernando Torres and an out of form Samuel Eto'o. Oscar, Mata, and Andre Schurrle started behind him while Lampard and Ramires operated in a more defensive role in midfield.
Source: SkySports
Sun, Oct 6, 2013 10:44:00 AM

With the Tweet "Are you ready? It's #ZlatanTime", Manchester United began a new era at Old Trafford signing one of the world's most iconic forwards on a one year contract.

Manchester United have been craving a superstar as Wayne Rooney's star has faded and there has been no new Beckham or Ronaldo to lead one of the biggest brands and teams in world sport. Anthony Martial might make it there eventually but he's neither accomplished enough nor big enough a personality to give supporters hope after three seasons in the post-Ferguson wilderness. Zlatan may be aging but he is, in some senses, the logical successor to King Eric Cantona at Old Trafford. Whatever comes next, it won't be dull.
Source: @manutd
Jul 1 - 3:11 PM

Sam Vokes headed home from a Chris Gunter cross to seal Wales' 3-1 victory over Belgium and a trip to the Euro 2016 semi-finals.

Wales' dream run continues after three unanswered goals brought the Welsh back from a goal down to move on. Ashley Williams equalized the Belgium opener. In the second half Hal Robson-Kanu made a brilliant turn to give Wales the lead and they doubled it late on Vokes' goal. Aaron Ramsey will miss the semi-final against Portugal after picking up another yellow card.
Source: Espnfc.com
Jul 1 - 4:50 PM

Ronald Koeman has moved to replace Tim Howard with fellow Dutchman Maarten Stekelenburg who arrives from Fulham on a three-year deal.

Stekelenburg was at Southampton with Koeman last season and started 17 times for the Saints while Fraser Forster was recovering from injury. The only concern with the signing based on what we saw last season was that Southampton seemed to improve from also-ran to exceptional as soon as Forster replaced Stekelenburg between the pipes. It isn't necessarily causation but certainly cause for at least mild concern.
Source: @everton
Jul 1 - 3:14 PM

Callum Wilson has signed a new deal with AFC Bournemouth that will see the striker committed to the club for the next four years.

Wilson was the primary goal supplier in the Championship two seasons ago, helping guide the Cherries to a top flight promotion with 23 goals across all competitions. He looked set to continue his success in the Premier League, scoring five time in his first six PL starts, but he then ruptured his ACL and missed nearly the rest of the season, returning for Bournemouth's final few games. He came through those final appearances without incident and is poised to make his mark this coming season as Eddie Howe's top striker of choice. The Cherries have plenty of other options at the position, most notably Benik Afobe, along with the likes of Glenn Murray and Lewis Grabban. Wilson should see plenty of starts if he stays fit though, making him a forward worth targeting in this summer's fantasy drafts and a budget third striker in the FPL game.
Jul 1 - 9:38 AM

The move from FC Schalke to Liverpool for Joel Matip is now official, as the center back will fight for a regular spot in Jurgen Klopp's XI.

With Matip's contract at Schalke expiring today, he joins the Reds on a free transfer, signing a four-year deal with the club. With Kolo Toure having been released earlier this summer and Martin Skrtel appearing set to depart the club, Liverpool were in need to sign a center back to go along with incumbent starters Dejan Lovren and Mamadou Sakho. Both Lovren and Sakho have had their ups and downs in the past season, so the door is wide open for Matip to leapfrog one of the two for a regular spot. The German-born Cameroon international is also versatile enough to play in defensive midfield, giving Klopp yet more flexibility with his squad. Only 24 years of age, Matip could become a fantasy commodity should he lock down a spot and Liverpool tighten up defensively. He also has the occasional goal in him, scoring three or four times in his last four seasons at Schalke.
Jul 1 - 10:07 AM

Belgium have been dealt a blow in defense ahead of their quarterfinal match with Wales as Jan Vertonghen has picked up an ankle injury in training and could miss up to eight weeks.

Thomas Vermaelen will miss out against Wales as well, as he serves a suspension, so the left half of the Belgian defensive line that had started the entire tournament to this point will be absent in the quarterfinal. This gives a boost to Wales attacking players like Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in the fantasy game, as Jason Denayer looks to step in at center back to partner Toby Alderweireld and Romelu Lukaku's younger brother, Jordan, will line up at left back. Vertonghen is in danger of being ready for Tottenham's opener this coming season based on his current timetable.
Source: BBC Sport
Jul 1 - 10:19 AM

Amid rumors of large offers from champions Leicester City, Troy Deeney has signed an extension at Vicarage Road that likely ends talk of a move.

The Hornets were smart to lock their man down. With the amount of money available on the transfer market this summer and the performance Deeney put in last season his name was going to be in the rumor mill until something like this happened. Leicester City have been linked for the early parts of the summer and clubs like Everton (likely losing Romelu Lukaku) and Southampton (likely parting with Graziano Pelle) would surely have started asking. Now the Hornets can focus on diversifying an attack that struggled mightily over the second half of last season.
Source: espnfc.com
Jul 1 - 10:54 AM

Anders Lindegaard and West Brom have parted company after the Baggies and the former Manchester United goalkeeper agreed to terminated his contract.

Lindegaard arrived at the Hawthorns as an emergency back-up last season when Ben Foster was injured and Boaz Myhill the only senior team goalkeeper. He didn't play much as Myhill kept the nets warm for Foster. Lindegaard's prospects got even less attractive once Foster returned in the second half of the season. The move to cancel his contract makes sense for both sides as Lindegaard surely will be interested in going somewhere where he will at least be the first in line to deputize for the starter.
Source: espnfc.com
Jul 1 - 10:58 AM

Despite recent rumors that the former Newcastle and Hull City player might choose Leicester City, Hatem Ben Arfa has chosen to remain in Ligue Un and sign with PSG.

Whether Leicester City were ever really that close to signing Hatem Ben Arfa isn't clear, he's more high profile than their usual targets. Perhaps their new-found status as champions has changed things but look for the Foxes to buy an attacking player that few people have heard of and for that player to work out fantastically.
Source: espnfc.com
Jul 1 - 11:04 AM

Newcastle have responded to losing Andros Townsend by signing both Dwight Gayle and Matt Ritchie.

The loss of Matt Ritchie opens up a gap on the right side of the Cherries' attack. Perhaps the vision is that with Callum Wilson, Joshua King and Benik Afobe available at forward that Junior Stanislas and Max Gradel would be the starters in the wide roles. Ritchie was excellent in the Championship two seasons ago but was somewhat disappointing in his first season in the top flight. Getting a significant fee for him and opening up a spot isn't the worst idea for Bournemouth.
Source: espnfc.com
Jul 1 - 11:18 AM

Newcastle has confirmed that their move for Crystal Palace forward Dwight Gayle has been finalized as the former Crystal Palace man has signed a five-year deal with the Magpies.

Newcastle are certainly not slowing down their spending after being relegated. As the transfer window officially opens they have announced the signings of Matt Ritchie and Dwight Gayle. The new arrivals have been somewhat offset by the departure of Andros Townsend. The dual arrivals could mean that there might be another player from last season's team (Georginio Wijnaldum?) leaving this summer but it could just be a concerted effort to ensure that promotion is earned after this season.
Source: espnfc.com
Jul 1 - 11:32 AM




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