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the division's second most porous defence is in need of an overhaul, something previous incumbent Mark Hughes failed to manage, writes Duncan Castles..
November 24, 2012
When the coach ends his sabbatical to return to football the likelihood is that it will in the Premier League, writes Duncan Castles.
November 19, 2012
Gunners rally from a goal deficit to thrash Andre Villas-Boas's side 5-2 after their goalscorer Adebayor is sent off.
November 17, 2012
Depleted by injuries but gifted the lead, Chelsea cannot consign Liverpool to defeat, Duncan Castles writes from London.
November 11, 2012
The former Barcelona manager will not be short of choices when he ends his sabbatical with Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, AC Milan and Bayern Munich all interested.
When Chelsea and Liverpool come together at Stamford Bridge this afternoon they will do so with their attacking line-ups weakened by the two separate gargantuan deals each club made.
November 10, 2012
The England international, who is free to negotiate with foreign clubs in January, is growing increasingly frustrated at Arsenal's failure to reopen discussions over a new contract.
November 4, 2012
Anfield club to make move for 20-year-old Denmark international to bolster attack
October 27, 2012
It is no coincidence that Mersey's derby day arrives with Everton already six points and a third of the table ahead of the Liverpool.
The former Barcelona technical head's appointment is part of new Dh1.47 billion investment in the future by the Premier League champions.
Chelsea are planning to sign a left-back in the winter transfer window as they seek a replacement for Ashley Cole.
October 20, 2012
Juan Mata scored twice in two minutes to crush Andre Villas-Boas's hopes of exacting revenge on his former employers Chelsea at White Hart Lane.
Securing the services of a striker in January is among manager Brendan Rodgers' top priorities.
October 13, 2012
Barcelona right-back may be forced to consider moving away from Primera Liga club.
It could be ascribed to jealousy, conservatism or even good old-fashioned revenge, but Andre Villas-Boas would be forgiven for thinking that English football has it in for him.
October 8, 2012
US envoy slammed over UNRWA cuts
Egypt's El Sisi opens record-setting bridge over the Nile
The arguments for and against Uber's new 'quiet mode'
UAE welcomes allies' participation in tanker sabotage investigation
Do we need to talk about the UAE’s culture of candid chat?