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Andre Villas-Boas has turned down the chance to become the new head coach of Paris St-Germain and will stay at Tottenham Hotspur, report the Daily Telegraph.

This is extremely positive news for Spurs, who would have been concerned when PSG made their initial approach earlier this month. The French club are believed to have offered AVB a three-year contract, which would have placed him among the three highest-paid managers in world football, as well as unlimited transfers funds. The fact he has chosen to stay says a lot about his character and his loyalty to Tottenham, and he will now expect to be rewarded with money to spend on improving his squad. It is also possible that this news could persuade Gareth Bale to remain at the club for another season.
Wed, Jun 19, 2013 04:26:00 AM

Vincent Janssen will miss Wednesdays Champions League encounter with CSKA Moscow at Wembley Stadium because of injury.

The summer acquisition from Dutch outfit AZ was not part of the side which romped to a 5-0 victory over Swansea after sustaining an ankle injury during the build-up to game week 14. There has been no official update from the club to confirm how serious the problem is, but speaking ahead of tomorrow’s game, Mauricio Pochettino once again revealed Janssen would be absent from the squad. Toby Aldeweireld is expected to make his long-awaited return, but even though Ben Davies is back in training, the game will come too soon for the Wales international. A hip injury rules Erik Lamela out, although the Argentine would not be available anyway after he returned to his homeland because of a "problem with his brother".
Dec 6 - 4:25 PM

Lucas Perez scored a hat trick within 47 minutes and the Gunners topped their group as PSG could only draw with Ludogorets in Paris as Group A play concluded on Tuesday.

It didn't look like Arsenal had much of a chance to win their group with PSG hosting their final group stage match against a Ludogorets team that Arsenal thrashed at the Emirates. The Bulgarian side did them a favor and drew 2-2 with the Ligue Un champions. Arsenal took advantage of the situation with an easy win against Basel who looked a step slow all night. Lucas Perez got the first three and then Alex Iwobi finished the scoring for the Gunners who top their Champions League group for the first time since the 2011/12 campaign.
Source: espnfc.com
Dec 6 - 4:51 PM

Liverpool have received a double injury boost as Joel Matip and Sadio Mane trained with the first team on Tuesday.

Matip missed Sundays 4-3 defeat at Bournemouth after picking up an ankle injury during the home win over Sunderland in game week thirteen. The absence of the Cameroonian defender handed Lucas Leiva his third Premier League start of the season, but despite a decent performance, Jürgen Klopp will be glad to have Matip back amongst the ranks. Matip has been the pick of the Liverpool back four this season and from his 11 Premier League appearances, the 25-year-old is yet to taste defeat [8 wins and three-draws]. The Reds have travelled to Barcelona for warm weather training, and the group included Mane who picked up a knock at the Viatality. However, Daniel Sturridge remains a doubt ahead of the West Ham game as he continues his recovery from a calf injury. The England international did not travel with the rest of his teammates and will carry on his rehab at the clubs training ground [Melwood].
Source: Daily Post
Dec 6 - 4:03 PM

Nathan Ake insists that he would rather finish out the season on loan at Bournemouth from Chelsea rather than be recalled.

The young Dutchman has grabbed his opportunity to break into the Cherries first team in recent weeks due to an injury to Charlie Daniels at cleft back and because of Adam Smith's suspension a few weeks ago at right back. He has scored twice in three league games, the memorable late winner last weekend against Liverpool and the decider in the 1-0 win over Stoke. His recent goals tripled his PL tally, having notched up one during his loan spell at Watford last season too.
Dec 6 - 1:59 PM

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has eased fears that the club could lose playmaker Jack Wilshere back to Arsenal in January in a recall as part of the loan agreement between the teams.

After the news about Santi Cazorla's lengthy layoff until March emerged, heads of many swivelled to the England midfielder rebuilding his career on the south coast. Wilshere has played well for the Cherries this term, usually in an attacking midfielder role however he is yet to find the net. He is the team leader in terms of shot assists on 18 but is yet to register an assist either.
Dec 6 - 1:50 PM

Southampton's long-serving centre-back Jose Fonte has been given permission to leave the club in the January transfer window.

Fonte, who arrived at the club in 2010 from Crystal Palace has failed to reach an agreement to sign a new contract after negotiations opened in the summer. His Euro 2016 winning performances with Portugal and PL consistency attracted interest from the likes of Man Utd and Everton in the summer but both parties persisted with trying to agree new terms on his current deal which runs for another 18 months. Reports in Portugal state that Southampton will accept offers in excess of £5m for Fonte. Leading the charge in rumours are Man Utd, as they previously expressed interest and Mourinho shares the same agant, Jorge Mendes, with the 32 year old.
Source: The Guardian
Dec 6 - 1:19 PM

Southampton's England Under 21 full back has signed a new contract with the club to keep him there until 2021.

The news caps off a fine year for McQueen, who made his Premier League debut to acclaim in October against Burnley and first senior start against Inter Milan at the San Siro in the same week. McQueen has 5 PL appearances in all this season, most coming off the bench as a replacement for attackers as the Saints close out games. He has started each of their last 3 Europa League games too as Claude Puel heavily rotates his squad who have as yet not been eliminated from any cup competition.
Source: BBC Sport
Dec 6 - 1:31 PM

Manchester United's star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be charged by the FA after catching Everton full-back Seamus Coleman with a boot to the head on Sunday.

Republic of Ireland international Coleman had to be substituted soon after the incident which match referee Michael Oliver saw according to his match report. Because Oliver saw no need to take action, the FA will not be investigating the matter further. Zlatan will be available for the Gameweek 15 clash with Spurs.
Source: BBC Sport
Dec 6 - 1:35 PM

Hull City centre-back Curtis Davies has pleaded for reinforcements in the January transfer window to save the Tigers from the drop.

Hull now sit 19th in the league table, just above Swansea, after a poor patch of form which has included 8 defeats in ten league games. Their defeat to Middlesbrough was one of the most dour affairs of the season, with Hull only mustering up 2 shots on target and 39% possession at the Riverside in the 1-0 loss. They held off and stayed in their own half for most of the game, seemingly looking for a draw from the first whistle. Davies and Dawson were commanding and strong in defence throughout the game, ensuring that only Ramirez's moment of quality decided the tie. However going forward, Hull had no ability to hold possession and couldn't create anything of note until their late rally. Hull's first shot on target came in the 92nd minute -that's how subdued the Tigers were. Davies needs knows that the Hull squad enters the festive period paper-thin, he says they need to add to their 3 deadline day acquisitions in August in order to survive.
Source: BBC Sport
Dec 6 - 1:10 PM

Hull City lost 1-0 at Middlesbrough on Monday and as a result remains second-bottom in the Premier League table.

Hull struggled throughout the match at Middlesbrough but looked better after the introduction of Tom Huddlestone and Jarrod Bowen, and almost stole a point through Adama Diomande in injury time. However, Diomande was denied from distance by Victor Valdes and on the resulting Robert Snodgrass corner failed to get a touch on a flick-on at the far post. Despite the late surge against the run of play, Hull City were unable to overcome former midfielder Gaston Ramirez's 60th-minute goal and suffered their third-straight defeat. The loss leaves Mike Phelan's side in the drop zone ahead of their fixture at the KC Stadium with Crystal Palace next weekend.
Dec 5 - 6:42 PM

Gaston Ramirez headed home his second goal of the season as Middlesbrough defeated Hull City 1-0 on Monday at the Riverside Stadium.

Gaston Ramirez, who made 22 appearances with Hull City during the 2014/15 Premier League season, headed home a Vitkor Fischer cross on the hour mark to push Middlesbrough past his former club. Fischer replaced Adama Traore in the Middlesbrough starting XI and was the lone change from the side that drew at Leicester City last weekend. Boro controlled the chances in the first half and had the ball in the net after close-range header by Fischer, however, he was judged marginally offside. The home side did find the breakthrough in the 60th-minute thanks to Ramirez's simple finish from inside the six-yard box. Hull did have a chance to tied the match late - after a save from Victor Valdes produced a corner, but Adama Diomande couldn't connect at the far post. The victory was Middlesbrough's second home win of the season, and secured them a vital three points.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 5 - 5:49 PM




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