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Raul Jimenez will be assessed on his return to Wolves after picking up an injury while on international duty.

The Mexico star grabbed a consolation goal in the 4-1 defeat by Uruguay last weekend but complained of "muscular discomfort" post-match and he was released from the national team. Jimenez missed the 1-0 loss by USA in Nashville on Wednesday evening. The striker arrived at Molineux as part of a season long loan deal from Benfica in the summer and hit the ground running, scoring on his debut against Everton, and the 27-year-old has started every Premier League game, missing just three minutes. If Jimenez is ruled out, then manager Nuno Espírito Santo could hand Ruben Vinagre his first league start while Adama Traore is also pushing to be included in the XI following his match-winner from the bench at West Ham. Elsewhere, Ivan Cavaleiro is unlikely to feature due to the back problem he picked up during pre-season.
Thu, Sep 13, 2018 07:43:00 AM

Fulham officially announced their first signing of the winter transfer window in Besiktas winger Ryan Babel.

The 32-year-old arrives in a permanent deal through the end of the season as the Cottagers looked to avoid relegation (they are currently in 19th place). The signing adds more depth to an attack that has only scored 20 goals this season with production from Aleksandar Mitrovic drying up over the last few months. Said the Dutch international: "My first impressions are good and I'm very excited. I definitely have faith that Fulham can stay up. That's one of the reasons that I'm here, to try and help that to happen. I'm ready to go, I'm excited and I can't wait."
Source: Sky Sports
Jan 15 - 6:59 PM

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson confirmed an injury to goalkeeper Vicente Guaita over the weekend.

The Spanish keeper left the club's loss to Watford just before halftime with a calf injury after a routine play and will likely miss the next couple of games after recording three clean sheets in his last five appearances. That means that goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey looks set to take over again after losing the starting job earlier this season. Said Hodgson: "We don’t know yet [how bad it is] but it’s an injury to his calf which will have to be assessed. He couldn’t continue. How bad? We probably won’t know until he’s had a scan, but it was a definite muscle injury, it wasn’t cramp or a kick."
Jan 15 - 7:03 PM

Liverpool’s defensive problems took a turn for the worse on Tuesday following the news that Trent Alexander-Arnold is likely to miss the remainder of January due to injury.

There were concerns for the 20-year-old at the Amex Stadium on Saturday when he suffered an ankle problem while warming up which almost ruled him out of the game. "It was pretty painful," revealed Jurgen Klopp post-match. "He made the sprints but I didn’t like the way he made them because when he slowed down, I thought it looked a bit like limping." However, following treatment by the club doctor, Alexander-Arnold was cleared to line-up against Brighton. "After a few minutes [it] got better and I told the medical staff I just needed some strapping and some painkillers and I'd be good to go. When you get into the zone it helps." But, despite completing 90 minutes without any obvious complications, tests since have confirmed that Alexander-Arnold also "tweaked" knee ligaments which could rule him out for up to a month.
Jan 15 - 3:44 PM

Tottenham confirm Harry Kane will be sidelined until March after damaging ligaments in his left ankle during Sunday’s defeat to Manchester United.

The England captain was caught by international teammate Phil Jones deep into time added on, an innocuous challenge which was missed by referee Mike Dean. Kane received treatment long after the final whistle before making his way from the Wembley pitch in obvious discomfort. Reports on Monday suggested that a definitive timeframe would be difficult to ascertain due to swelling within the joint which can affect the validity of the scan and will compromise image quality making it difficult to give an exact diagnosis. However, on Tuesday, the club released an official statement ruling Kane out of the next 10 games which includes the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Chelsea and the first leg of the Champions League encounter with Borussia Dortmund. "The striker will continue to be monitored by our medical staff as he commences rehabilitation and is expected to return to training in early March."
Jan 15 - 4:38 PM

Petr Cech has announced that he will be retiring from professional football at the end of the current season after 20 seasons as a professional.

Cech, who has been relegated to second string goalkeeper behind Bernd Leno, has officially announced his retirement at the end of the season. He will retire as one of the most decorated goalkeepers in Premier League history. For Arsenal, Cech's retirement likely means needing to find another goalkeeper to compete with/back-up Leno in the summer as there are no likely candidates high up in the youth ranks. David Ospina is still on the books but is unlikely to return to the club as a reserve.
Source: Twitter
Jan 15 - 11:28 AM

Gabriel Jesus continues to come on in the second half of the season as his brace, combined with a Willy Boly red card, saw Manchester City to an easy win over Wolves on Monday.

The Brazilian international struggled mightily for fitness and playing time over the first half of this Premier League campaign. With the congested holiday fixture schedule and a minor Sergio Aguero injury providing an opportunity Jesus has reasserted his position as a forward to be reckoned with. With five goals in the Premier League since mid-December and an additional five over the past week in cup action Jesus is certainly on the upswing.
Source: Espn.com
Jan 14 - 4:52 PM

Willy Boly was sent off with a straight red card in the 19th minute and Wolverhampton Wanderers fell to Manchester City to conclude Premier League Week 22.

It was always going to be a monumental task to beat Manchester City at the Etihad but Wolves will have liked their chances at least a little given how well they have played against big opponents this season. It was not to be from the early going though as Gabriel Jesus scored in the tenth minute from a Leroy Sane cross and then Willy Boly was off for a studs-up challenge on Bernardo Silva. From there it was all downhill as City turned on the class up a man and the outcome was never in doubt.
Source: Espn.com
Jan 14 - 4:53 PM

Harry Kane provided the main talking point of game week twenty-two with the Tottenham talisman set for a spell on the sidelines.

A Phil Jones tackle deep into time added-on left the England captain poleaxed on the Wembley turf and there are fears that he could be missing for a significant period. The incident was missed by referee Mike Dean. The news comes at a particularly bad time for Spurs with Heung-Min Son departing for the Asian Cup leaving Tottenham with very few viable attacking options. "We will assess him," a worried Pochettino said post-match. "It was a bad tackle in the last moment. It wasn’t their intention but it was a bad tackle. [His ankle] is a little bit swollen and we need to assess it in the next few days. I hope it is not a big issue [but if it is] it is going to be a massive problem." Fernando Llorente, who has been heavily linked with a January move, could come in for only his second league start since arriving at the club.
Source: BBC Sport
Jan 14 - 5:07 PM

Neil Warnock admitted he was forced to risk Victor Camarasa and Callum Paterson against Huddersfield on Saturday in a game Cardiff could ill afford to lose.

The Bluebirds squad is beginning to look a little stretched as injuries begin to mount for the Welsh side. With Kenneth Zohore (thigh) ruled out and Gary Madine moving to Sheffield United on-loan, leading goal scorer Paterson was given the nod despite picking up an injury in the FA Cup defeat to Gillingham. Meanwhile, Camarasa was still nursing the muscular issue which had been hampering him since New Year’s Day. "You could see [Victor] wasn't on his game," Warnock said. "Same with Paterson. He tried hard but he couldn't get around like he normally does. It's difficult, but they've done their best so I can't really have a go at them. They've helped me out, they weren't fit and they both played because we had nobody else really. We've got to hope to have a body or two back next week, and if they are injured, we can leave them out."
Source: Wales Online
Jan 14 - 5:28 PM

Everton's defence looked error-prone and vulnerable at times but they locked out Bournemouth and secured a 2-0 win.

Bournemouth dominated the early exchanges with David Brooks at the heart of their fruitless attacks. Brooks himself hit the post whilst Junior Stanislas saw an effort turned away by Pickford from a set piece. Everton almost took the lead just after the interval but Richarlison's shot was blocked on the line by an unsuspecting Nathan Ake. Everton broke the deadlock just after the interval. Gylfi Sigurdsson's corner from the right was cleared as far as Lucas Digne, who beat his man and delivered a cross from the byline which an unmarked Kurt Zouma headed home. The game became scrappy as the Cherries pushed for an unequaliser and their attacks proved their downfall as Everton grabbed a second in injury time through Dominic Calvert Lewin.
Source: BBC Sport
Jan 13 - 11:22 AM

All-world shot-stopper David de Gea had one of the finest games of his professional career, making one brilliant save after another in order to keep Manchester United red hot in a 0-1 win over Tottenham.

After a tepid first half of the season under Jose Mourinho, the new-look Red Devils have had much of their top outfield talent show signs of rejuvenation under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but de Gea had yet to really show his class until today. It was a captivating match between two very good sides, but it was de Gea's individual performance that got the result, making eleven saves, a few of which were nothing short of breathtaking. The lone goal would come just before halftime, when Paul Pogba showed incredible vision in delivering a perfect long ball to Marcus Rashford, and the young striker supplied a pinpoint finish into the low far corner. If Spurs were United's first "true" test under new management, then Manchester passed.
Source: NBC Sports
Jan 13 - 1:38 PM




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