Sean Dyche says Burnley have "gone full circle in a very short time frame" and are back to being underdogs as they target their first win of the Premier League campaign. Burnley secured a return to European football for the first time in 51 years last season but failed to get through the qualifying stages of the Europa League and sit bottom of the Premier League after four defeats in the opening five. Dyche said his players were trapped in fog after losing to Wolves last weekend but remains bullish that his side can arrest their form ahead of hosting Bournemouth on Saturday. "... (Click Here To Read More)
Brighton winger Anthony Knockaert has revealed he battled depression following the breakdown of his marriage and the death of his father. The Frenchman says the suffering made it "mentally impossible" for him to perform in the Premier League last season. He went through a divorce last summer, less than a year after his dad Patrick died in November 2016. Separating from his wife also reduced the amount of time he was able to spend with his young son. "I was going through depression last year, it was really tough and mentally impossible for me to go and perform on the pitch,&q... (Click Here To Read More)
Injured Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne expects to be fit for the derby against United on November 11. The 27-year-old enjoyed a superb campaign for title-winning City last season but has been out since August after suffering a knee injury in training. However, speaking at the launch of FIFA 19 on Thursday, De Bruyne said he has the derby date in his sights - and could even be back sooner. "I still need three, four, five weeks, but I'm getting there," said De Bruyne. "Hopefully I can be back soon, help the team, and perform well. "I'm hoping to be bac... (Click Here To Read More)
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says winning is the only way to stop the scrutiny, adding that he is "going to stick with the club" and not criticise his players.
The club are currently on a three-game losing streak after their Champions League defeat at Inter on Tuesday, a run which comes after winning their opening three Premier League matches.
Spurs' September slump has seen Harry Kane's fitness brought into question, while Hugo Lloris' drink-driving charge and a delay to their new stadium have also brought unwanted headlines to the club.
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Mark Hughes says Danny Ings has surpassed his expectations since moving to Southampton on an initial loan deal from Liverpool over the summer. Ings made a Deadline Day temporary switch to St Mary's ahead of a permanent move next summer, and has made an instant impact at Southampton, scoring three goals in four starts. Due to the terms of his move, Ings is unavailable to play in his side's visit to Anfield on Saturday, but Hughes admits he is thrilled with the Liverpool loanee's instant impact at Southampton. "He has come in and I think I have already said in previous weeks ... (Click Here To Read More)