Quite a game, no? Nick Miller watched Arsenal's thrilling 1-1 draw with...
In a Sunday Mailbox which is understandably dominated by Manchester United,...
n a Sunday Mailbox which is understandably dominated by Manchester United, there...
oy Hodgson is asked the perfect question, Mr Grumpypants is back, Jamie Redknapp...
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Six people are in custody as part of an investigation into match-fixing allegations involving Sam Sodje.
Callum McGregor scored twice in a 3-1 win over Gillingham as Notts County gave new boss Shaun Derry a first League One victory.
Gillingham manager Peter Taylor blamed individual errors after his side lost 3-1 at Notts County.
Shaun Derry admitted he had aged considerably after watching his Notts County side claim their first league win since his appointment.
Skipper Michael Doyle insists Sheffield United will not underestimate Cambridge United when they meet in the FA Cup on Sunday.
Brentford have played down speculation linking Ian Holloway with their vacant managerial position.
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Arsenal had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Everton as Gerard Deulofeu cancelled out Mesut Ozil's opener.
Rene Meulensteen picked up his first win in charge of Fulham after seeing his side overcome Aston Villa 2-0.
Arsenal have been drawn to host Tottenham in the FA Cup third round, while Manchester United will face Swansea and Liverpool have a home tie.
In a Sunday Mailbox which is understandably dominated by Manchester United, there are a few little bits for the rest, specifically Chelsea & a Liverpool Christmas list...
One Mailboxer may have spent lunch in the pub in suggesting Van Persie could go back to Arsenal. Also, some Premier League meh-ing and a fine Acewatch suggestion...