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The Norwich City board made a statement on their official website today that they are removing Chris Hughton from his managerial position.

The club has already appointed Neil Adams, who had been serving as the Canaries U-18 manager, to take over for Hughton, effective immediately. Adams was a player at Carrow Road in the 1990's and has been working with them in some capacity for quite some time. The final five games will serve as an audition toward managing Norwich for next season, but nowhere in the official press release is he referred to as a "caretaker". Hughton meanwhile will likely latch on for a new club next season, with a good chance that it will be a club in the Championship. According to the board at Carrow Road, it was a run of six consecutive road defeats that did him in.
Sun, Apr 6, 2014 03:54:00 PM

Bournemouth created plenty of chances but found Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea impenetrable in a 1-0 at Old Trafford.

Eddie Howe's side were potent on the attack and registered five more shots on target than Manchester United, but couldn't find the back of the net on a rainy night in Manchester. Charlie Daniels was first to challenge with a powerful strike but his low drive was tipped away by De Gea. The Cherries responded after United took the lead through Romelu Lukaku on 25 minutes, but De Gea reached to parry away Junior Stanislas' deflected strike and later thwarted a pair of effort by substitute Jermain Defoe. The result leaves Bournemouth just two points above the relegation zone and winless in five league matches. Speaking after the match, Howe said: "They have an outstanding goalkeeper who made a number of good saves and maybe we could have done better in and around their box, but when you consider the opposition and where we were playing, I was very pleased with my players."
Source: Sky Sports
Dec 13 - 7:36 PM

Claude Puel got the better of his former club Southampton as Leicester City ran rampant in a 4-1 win at the St. Mary's Stadium.

Coming off a strong performance in the 1-1 draw against Arsenal, Southampton's defense was unable to handle a rejuvenated Leicester City attack. Riyad Mahrez struck first, afforded too much space as he dribbled unchallenged to the edge of the area and fired into the bottom corner past Fraser Forster. Shinji Okazaki made it 2-0 shortly after the half-hour mark when Southampton failed to clear a Christian Fuchs shot, while Harry Maguire was given time to turn and pick out Andy King at the far post six minutes later. The home side improved after the break and pulled one back when Yoshida rose to head in Ryan Bertrand's corner. But the Foxes crushed any hopes of comeback when Jamie Vardy picked out Okazaki's diagonal run and the striker completed his brace. Overall, it was a bad night for the Saints.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 13 - 6:45 PM

Swansea City's hopes of moving up from the bottom of the table were put on hold this evening, as they were thoroughly beaten by Manchester City, 0-4.

No upset on the cards in this one, things went as expected. It was something of a game in the first 25 minutes. Lukasz Fabianski made the first of two fine saves and the Swans were able to counter on a couple of occasions, with a shot by Jordan Ayew delivering the best chance to net. The Citizens would get on the board twice in a seven minute span and ran away with the game. Tammy Abraham came on to begin the second half in an attempt to add more attacking might, but City kept them at bay and went on to score twice more. Swansea next have to travel to an in-form Everton this weekend.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 13 - 4:38 PM

Wayne Rooney continues his personal redemption at his boyhood club as his goal was the only one in the 1-0 win over Newcastle .

The results for the team have improved markedly since Sam Allardyce arrived at Goodison Park. One thing that has been fairly constant is Wayne Rooney's production. The former Manchester United forward scored his 9th in the league and he seems to be gasining steam as the Toffees continue to improve.
Source: Espnfc.com
Dec 13 - 4:38 PM

David Silva kept up his stellar form by bagging a brace as Manchester City plowed over another opponent, disposing of Swansea City, 0-4.

The Citizens can smell the title as we have yet to hit the halfway point of the season. Silva got today's scoring started in the 27th minute, when he flicked in a cross sent by Bernardo Silva. Seven minutes later, Raheem Sterling drew a foul that allowed Kevin de Bruyne to score a distance free kick. Silva put the game to bed early in the second half with his second goal, chipping the ball in after playing a lovely 1-2 with Sterling. Sergio Aguero, who came close to scoring many times over the course of the match, finally got his reward with the final goal, scoring from a tight angle after a pass from Yaya Toure. Spurs are up next, but even if City were to just draw at home in that one, they will be on pace to finish on 100 points in the table.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 13 - 4:47 PM

Dominic Solanke appeared to have scored a late winner only to see it ruled out for a questionable hand ball.

Overall, it was a lackluster effort from Liverpool who dominated possession but couldn't hit the back of the net and could barely get as shot on frame. It looked like Solanke saved his club blushes after he appeared to score from a Joe Gomez cross. It was not to be as the referee called the goal off after a delayed call.
Source: Espnfc.com
Dec 13 - 4:53 PM

Chicharito was agonizingly close to picking up three points but West Ham will feel good about their nil-nil draw against Arsenal at the London Stadium

David Moyes appears to have West Ham playing like one of his old Everton sides after they followed up their big win over Chelsea with a hard-fought draw against Arsenal. I could have been another win had Hernandez found the net from close range. Regardless, it appears that the Hammers won't continue to ber the pushovers they were under Slaven Bilic.
Source: Espnfc.com
Dec 13 - 4:59 PM

Jack Wilshere was excellent for Arsenal deputizing for Aaron Ramsey but it wasnt enough as the Gunners failed to score against as resolute West Hsm side.

The question for Jasck Wilshere going forward is whether he will be given a chance to push forward from his excellent performa nice on Wednesday. Aaron Ramsey is reportedly close to a return and could be fit for the weekend. Fantasy manager's who bought in on Wilshere will have to wait and see how much of a run he gets.
Source: Espnfc.com
Dec 13 - 5:03 PM

Serge Aurier scored his first goal for Tottenham and a Heung-min Son goal late on sealed the points as Tottenham defeated Brighton and Hove Albion, 2-0.

As has been customary on short turnarounds, Mauricio Pochettino rotated his fullbacks, giving starts to Aurier and Trippier, as well as giving Dele Alli a rest with Harry Winks coming in. Erik Lamela made his first start in over a year and had an effort fizz over the bar on the half hour mark. Ten minutes later, Aurier put Spurs ahead in interesting fashion. After collecting a pass from Winks, he sent in a cross from near the touchline and the ball looped its way over the Brighton keeper and crept into goal. Tottenham had the clear edge over Brighton in the final third from then on, with Heung-min Son the most involved in their chances. Another hard-working shift from the South Korean finally payed off with a few minutes to go, as he flicked the ball coming in from a Christian Eriksen free kick. With three points and draws from Liverpool and Arsenal, Spurs find themselves back in the top four on goal difference.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 13 - 5:04 PM

Brighton and Hove Albion's recent troubles continued this evening at Wembley Stadium as they were outclassed by Tottenham in a 2-0 loss.

Tonight's loss is the third on the trot for the Seagulls, and they have earned just a single point in their last five. Chris Hughton made several changes with the short turnaround, but Spurs completely controlled the affair, as Brighton had the ball less than 30% of the match and were over 500 passes short of Tottenham's total. Jose Izquierdo had the first good look in the opening frame but missed and Shane Duffy gave a strong header but it was straight at the keeper. Tomer Hemed had an opportunity in the second half when a goal would have leveled things, but again, the shot went straight into the arms of Hugo Lloris. Brighton get Burnley next, a club no one wants to play right now.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 13 - 5:17 PM

Shinji Okazaki returned to the starting XI and scored a brace as Leicester City cruised to a 4-1 win over Southampton.

Leicester City manager Claude Puel, who was sacked by Southampton in June, enjoyed a comfortable return to face his former club at the St. Mary's Stadium. Leicester took an early lead when Riyad Mahrez danced inside from the left and powered a low strike into the bottom corner of the net. Okazaki added the second on 32 minutes, finishing from close range after a scramble in the box, before Andy King tapped home a low cross from Harry Maguire to extend the lead six minutes later. The Saints pulled one back through Maya Yoshida in the 61st, but all hopes of a comeback were quashed when Okazaki completed his double with a brilliant run and first-time finish. The Foxes, who remain eighth in the table, have now won four straight league matches and are unbeaten in five.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 13 - 5:25 PM




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