Harry Redknapp

Di Matteo gets sack following Juve loss

Roberto Di Matteo?

Jason Burt, Paul Kelso LONDON: Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo has been sacked after the European champions were left facing early elimination from the Champions League.


United storm back to steal Redknapp's thunder

Paul Scholes.

Tom Williams A quick-fire three-goal salvo saw Manchester United come from behind to beat Harry Redknapp's new club Queens Park Rangers 3-1 on Saturday, propelling them to the top of the Premier League.

Bad calls no laughing matter for Redknapp

Not 'appy ... Harry Redknapp said one referee

Wally Downes Jr HARRY REDKNAPP'S return to football with Queens Park Rangers may have been marked in trademark wisecracking style, but it appears even football's most garrulous manager has his limits.


Rooney lights United's way as Chelsea slump to defeat

Wayne Rooney.

Tom Williams Manchester United overcame a floodlight failure to win 1-0 at Fulham through a late Wayne Rooney goal on Saturday as Alex Ferguson's side went 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League.


City crash leaves title hopes in tatters

Gareth Bale.

Steve Griffiths Manchester City's hopes of retaining their Premier League title were in tatters on Saturday as a shock 3-1 defeat at Southampton left manager Roberto Mancini to virtually concede the championship.


Kagawa hat-trick lengthen's Manchester United lead, QPR keep relegation fight alive

Shinji Kagawa.

Tom Williams Shinji Kagawa hit a hat-trick as Manchester United warmed up for the visit of Real Madrid with a 4-0 rout of Norwich City on Saturday that sent them 15 points clear in the Premier League.

Animosity is vintage Ferguson

Alex Ferguson.

The form for visiting managers at Old Trafford is to bring a bottle of something decent for their host.


Villa, QPR keep survival hopes alive

Andros Townsend.

Tom Williams Aston Villa crawled out of the Premier League relegation zone by coming from behind to beat Reading 2-1 on Saturday, while bottom club Queens Park Rangers gave themselves further hope with a 3-1...

Fulham manager desperate to keep Schwarzer

Mark Schwarzer

Fulham manager Martin Jol insists goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer can keep going for at least another two years in the English Premier League.


Arsenal go third, QPR, Reading on brink of relegation

Per Mertesacker.

Tom Williams Arsenal returned to third place in the Premier League table with a 1-0 win at 10-man Fulham on Saturday, while Reading and Queens Park Rangers slipped ever closer to relegation.


Reading, QPR relegated after 0-0 stalemate

Harry Redknapp

Reading and QPR were both relegated from the Premier League on Sunday after the strugglers played out a 0-0 draw at the Madejski Stadium which ended their survival hopes.


Fergie lashes 'disgrace' Suarez as United go top


Rob Woollard Sir Alex Ferguson branded Luis Suarez a "disgrace" as the racism feud between Manchester United and Liverpool exploded once more in a stormy Premier League clash at Old Trafford.

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Spurs shocked by no-name League One side

Julian Guyer English Premier League high-flyers Tottenham Hotspur were held to a shock goalless draw away to third-tier Stevenage in the FA Cup fifth round and face a replay to reach the quarter-finals.

Chelsea, Gunners teeter on the brink

Rob Woollard The English Premier League title duel between Manchester United and Manchester City could be relegated to sideshow status this weekend as all eyes descend on the turmoil bedevilling Arsenal and...


Drogba's 100th helps Chelsea avoid blues

Rob Woollard Didier Drogba scored his 100th Premier League goal as Chelsea maintained the pressure on Arsenal in the race for fourth place with a 1-0 win over 10-man Stoke City yesterday.


Tevez returns to revitalise Man City

Ian Whittell Carlos Tevez returned from exile to keep Manchester City's EPL title challenge on course as the Argentine substitute played a crucial role in yesterday's 2-1 win over Chelsea at Eastlands.


Newcastle close on Champions League as Spurs and Chelsea stumble


Rob Woollard Newcastle United seized control of the battle for fourth place in the Premier League on Saturday as Tottenham and Chelsea stumbled in the race for a Champions League qualifying berth.

Redknapp set to leave Spurs

Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp appears headed for a dramatic exit as the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, with Sky Sports reporting he was set to leave White Hart Lane.