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Jose Mourinho stormed off with three points as Ramires inspired Chelsea to a Euro romp in Romania.
Mesut Ozil hit his first goal for Arsenal as they stormed to the top of the so-called Group of Death.
Former referee Mark Halsey says the FA are now 'a laughing stock' for not punishing Chelsea's Fernando Torres for clawing an opponent's face.
Eduardo has told Manchester United they will suffer more pain at Shakhtar Donetsk tonight.
David Moyes has assured Manchester United fans he will turn their season around.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew says he is not feeling the heat - and is still predicting a top 10 finish.
Wilfried Zaha must stay and fight for his Manchester United place after Nottingham Forest failed with a loan bid.
Kenwyne Jones has been offered a new Stoke deal after fears he could go for nothing at the end of the season.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is plotting a move for Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy.
Grumpy Jose Mourinho had something to smile about as Chelsea finally opened their Champions League account with a Romanian romp.
Arsene Wenger watched majestic Mesut Ozil conjure up another outstanding display to put Arsenal a step closer to the Champions League knockout stages.
Celtic skipper Scott Brown was sent off in controversial circumstances as Barcelona nicked the points.
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City are one of the favorites to win the Champions League - if they end their group stage jinx.
David Moyes has told Manchester United fans not to panic.
Alan Pardew is on borrowed time at Newcastle - and he knows it according to one influential fan.
Paolo Di Canio wants to manage in England again, despite being sacked by Sunderland.
Reading owner Anton Zingarevich has failed to put up the cash needed to complete his full buy-out of the club.
Real Madrid hope to stop Sergio Ramos and Pepe moving to the Premier League.
Manchester United are watching Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.
Fernando Torres has escaped a ban for scratching Jan Vertonghen's face and in doing so has opened the FA's new disciplinary process to ridicule, less than two months into the season.
Mesut Ozil turned in a Champions League masterclass last night as Arsenal put Rafa Benitez and Napoli to the sword at the Emirates.
Ramires put Jose Mourinho back in the grinners' enclosure last night with two goals in Chelsea's Champions League rout of Steaua Bucharest.
David Moyes insisted last night: I can handle the pressure.
Paolo Di Canio last night announced he wants another crack at managing in England - despite being sacked by Sunderland.
Chelsea fear that Fernando Torres will suffer a prolonged injury lay-off after damaging his left knee in the Champions League victory against Steaua Bucharest last night.
Rio Ferdinand is facing a battle to retain his position as first-choice centre-half at Manchester United after being omitted from the Champions League match against Shakhtar Donetsk tonight, even before being sidelined by injury.