Sheffield United defender George Baldock wants to turn his side’s season into an “unforgettable” one, but still will not talk about European qualification.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has praised his players for “pushing away the noise” when they beat Crystal Palace.
Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez could return to action when the Clarets host Sheffield United on Sunday.
Daniel Farke admits rock-bottom Norwich need a “miracle” to pull off a Premier League great escape but insists he does not regret turning down lucrative offers to leave the club.
Sean Dyche says he is always open with Burnley chairman Mike Garlick but admits the club are facing a “challenge” due to the threadbare nature of their squad.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says the notion of Sean Dyche losing his job at Burnley is “absolute nonsense”.
Hector Bellerin insists Arsenal remain in the hunt for Champions League qualification having recovered from a slow restart.
Pep Guardiola admits he could not stand in Leroy Sane’s way as the winger nears a move to Bayern Munich from Manchester City.
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Mohamed Elyounoussi claimed the love shown to him by Celtic fans made it difficult to leave Glasgow.
Celtic have retained Mohamed Elyounoussi on another season-long loan.
Daniel Farke admits bottom club Norwich must win five of their seven remaining games to stand a chance of pulling off a remarkable Premier League great escape.
Sean Dyche believes his Burnley players are ready to embrace the challenge of battling for Europa League qualification despite a threadbare squad.
Roy Hodgson says Crystal Palace are happy to face Leicester at a neutral venue, if the King Power club are unable to host this weekend’s Premier League fixture due to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Ben Mee marked his 300th league appearance for Burnley with the winner at Crystal Palace to continue to lead from the front for the Clarets.
Almost a fortnight has passed since English football returned from the coronavirus-enforced break.
Sean Dyche is confident his threadbare Burnley squad has the mentality to cope with any more challenges in the remainder of the season.
Roy Hodgson believes Crystal Palace’s chances of a top-10 Premier League finish will hinge on the Eagles’ injury fortunes.
Sean Dyche believes Burnley are better placed to take advantage of the European transfer market than in previous years as they look to replenish a depleted squad this summer.
Roy Hodgson still hopes Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke will be available to bolster Crystal Palace’s “weak” forward line in time for Monday’s Premier League clash with Burnley.