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West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison is on loan at Championship side Queens Park Rangers.

Morrison has reportedly had problems with Sam Allardyce and will be leaving for QPR on Friday, February 21st. Big Sam believes Morrison should have played through a recent injury and has questioned his determination. The 21 year old showed flashes of brilliance at the beginning of the campaign but has not started a Premier League game since December and could use the change of scenery.
Source: Sky Sports
Fri, Feb 14, 2014 06:37:00 PM

Nacho Monreal is back in the Arsenal starting line-up for their FA Cup match against Sutton United.

Monreal, who seems to have lost his starting spot to Kieran Gibbs but he returns along with a number of other reserves for Arsenal's trip to Sutton. The Gunners will start Ospina, Gabriel, Mustafi, Holding, Monreal, Xhaka, Elneny, Walcott, Iwobi, Reine-Adelaide and Lucas.
Source: Espnfc.com
Feb 20 - 2:25 PM

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho confirmed that Wayne Rooney and Phil Jones are injury doubts for the week.

The Red Devils manager has ruled out the duo for the club's Europa League second leg match with St Etienne on Wednesday and even expressed doubt that they would be available for the League Cup final on Sunday against Southampton. However, Mourinho said there are no issues with Antonio Valencia and David De Gea, who were each rested in the FA Cup win against Blackburn over the weekend: "De Gea was rested. Rooney is injured. Jones is injured. I don’t think they will recover [to face Saint-Etienne on Wednesday]. Valencia was rested but Rooney and Jones haven’t trained with the team yet so I don’t think they will be there for Wednesday."
Feb 20 - 3:51 PM

Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany will play no part in the club's round of 16 match on Tuesday.

It seems the unlucky captain has picked up another leg injury, which kept him out of the club's scoreless draw against Huddersfield in the FA Cup this weekend, and now will miss the Sky Blues' Champions League first leg match against Monaco on Tuesday. However, manager Pep Guardiola said he expects Gael Clichy to return to face one of Europe's top-scoring clubs: "Vincent is not ready for tomorrow. I think it won't be longer. Hopefully, for the Huddersfield game he will be ready. More or less the rest are okay. We will see after the session tomorrow. Gael had a problem in his back. He is much, much better. Maybe he will be back tomorrow. Tomorrow we will also decide which goalkeeper will play."
Source: Sky Sports
Feb 20 - 3:55 PM

It looks as though we'll never get to see what Chelsea starlet Dominic Solanke is capable of at Stamford Bridge.

This comes from Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who said he doesn't think Solanke will re-sign with the club once his contract expires in the summer. The 19-year-old is being linked with a free transfer to Liverpool and Bayern Munich, although Chelsea would receive compensation for losing an academy player, with the 19-year-old reportedly demanding £50,000-a-week in wages: "I think this is his will [to leave]," Conte said. "I have spoken with him to try to understand his will. But we must have great respect for every decision that the player can take. His contract expires in June and he has the full will to stay in Chelsea or to go away."
Source: The Guardian
Feb 20 - 4:00 PM

Theo Walcott became an Arsenal centurion scoring the Gunners' second goal as they ended Sutton United's Cinderella story in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

It has been a long time coming for Walcott who started the season on fire only to be stalled by a familiar foe, injuries. The Southampton youth product caused a distraction that helped Lucas Perez's drive from the corner of the 18-yard box find the net for the opener. It was then Walcott's turn to take a bow as he scored his 100th goal in an Arsenal uniform. The Gunners' reward for beating Sutton United is a date at the Emirates with another non-league opponent in Lincoln City. It should be clear sailing to the semi-finals for the Gunners.
Source: espnfc.com
Feb 20 - 4:55 PM

Manchester United overcame Blackburn 2-1 to go through to the FA Cup quarter finals where they will face Chelsea on March 11.

Blackburn opened the game energetically, pressuring a sloppy and toothless UNited in the opening stages. Marvin Emnes saw a rasping shot from outside the box denied by Romero but soon after teed up Danny Graham who turned Smalling before firing the hosts ahead. However, United drew level just ten minutes later. Man of the match Henrikh Mkhitaryan surged beyond Mulgrew before releasing Marcus Rashford with a stunning 40 yard ball off the outside of his foot. Rashford made no mistake in rounding the Rovers' 'keeper and slotting home. Save for Mkhi, United struggled and Blackburn spurned a number of opportunities to retake the lead before Mourinho sprung Pogba and Ibra from the bench. The pair combined in the 75th minute to put United ahead. Pogba found the Swede with a long ball and he made no mistake on the half-volley. Blackburn thought the were level late on but Stokes' goal was ruled offside correctly.
Source: BBC Sport
Feb 20 - 8:26 AM

Wayne Rooney may not be fit in time for the EFL Cup final on February 26th.

The captain has been struggling with a minor muscular issue and has missed United's last four games along with Phil Jones who is in a similar race against time to recover. Elsewhere, De Gea and Valencia should be in contention again to face St. Etienne on Wednesday after missing the FA Cup win over Blackburn after Mourinho gave them a rest.
Feb 20 - 8:42 AM

Middlesbrough advanced into the FA Cup quarter-finals after a nervy 3-2 win over League One Oxford United on Saturday.

Substitute Cristhian Stuani tapped home at the back post just four minutes from time to book Middlesbrough's place in the next round, after Oxford fought back from 2-0 first half deficit. Aitor Karanka's side broke the deadlock on 26 minutes when Stewart Downing was brought down in the area and Grant Leadbitter hammered the ensuing penalty into the roof of the next, while Rudy Gestede acrobatically cracked home his first goal for Boro just eight minutes later. Despite a comfortable lead at half-time, the visitors clawed their way back with goals during a two-minute span from Harry Maguire and Toni Martinez to bring Oxford level. However, the Teesiders proved resilient as Stuani tapped in from close range on 86 minutes to avoid the shock defeat.
Feb 19 - 3:16 PM

Second-half goals from Perdo and Diego Costa were enough for Chelsea to defeat a resilient Wolverhampton Wanderers to book their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Antonio Conte made six changes to his squad that drew 1-1 with Burnley in their previous Premier League fixture, but it was first-team constants that made the difference. After a shaky first-half that saw Wolves come closest to scoring, the Blues responded with a confident second-half display. Perdo scored his 10th goal of the season to break the deadlock in the 64th minute, arriving at the far post to head home a stellar Willian delivery, before Diego Costa pounced on a loose ball in the area and swept home his finish to seal the match. The victory for Chelsea sets up an enticing quarter-finals affair with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge, marking the 12th time the sides have met in the competition and first time since 2012/13.
Feb 19 - 3:44 PM

Cesc Fabregas and John Terry played the full 90 minutes as Chelsea defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-0 in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday.

Fabregas and Terry have been relegated to bench roles under Antonio Conte this season, but that didn't stop them from performing up to par at Molineux Stadium. Fabregas, making his 100th Chelsea start, controlled the game with his usual accurate passing and dominated the second half on the ball. Meanwhile, Terry captained the side and lead the Blues with four successful tackles. Speaking on the out-of-favor duo after the match, Conte praised their strong performances. "It is not easy when you don’t play a lot, and John and Cesc and all the players showed me they have good form and it means they are good professionals," Conte said. "It is great to have these type of players in my squad because I can count on them."
Feb 19 - 4:05 PM

West Ham United forward Andre Ayew believes he is now ready to play his part to close out his debut season at the London Stadium.

Ayew has been limited to 12 appearances for the Hammers, due to injuries, since his club-record move from Swansea City in the summer. Fresh off the back the Africa Cup of Nations with Ghana, where he played every game and scored twice, the 27-year-old is currently building his fitness with the side who are in Dubai for some warm weather training camp ahead of their next league match at Watford. Speaking to West Ham TV, the forward said he's ready to make an impact and return to Slaven Bilic's first-team. "I’m happy to be back, getting fitter and training and hopefully be ready to go again," Ayew said. "I’m fitter and though I need a few games to get to my top still, I know football is all about confidence and we are playing well now and scoring goals. So we need to get back into that and I can join the squad and add my bit."
Feb 19 - 4:21 PM





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