Mesut Ozil has told Arsenal’s rising stars Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson to keep believing in their own ability as Unai Emery’s squad look to maintain an impressive start to the new campaign.
Former Premier League official Neil Swarbrick believes it is too early to consider altering the way match-going supporters are kept informed about video assistant referee decisions.
Liverpool will not budge on their stance over Ryan Kent and the winger will not be allowed to join Rangers on loan.
Leicester striker Islam Slimani has joined Monaco on loan for the rest of the season.
Everton defender Yerry Mina believes he is playing his best football since he arrived at the club.
Steve Bruce waded into a morass when he agreed to take on the sizeable task of filling Rafael Benitez’s shoes at Newcastle.
August 21 – Newly promoted Premier League club Aston Villa’s long-serving youth coach and head of football development Kevin MacDonald has been suspended following an investigation into allegations of bullying.
MacDonald, 58, a Double winner with Liverpool as a player in 1986, had twice been caretaker manager at Villa, including last season.
A Villa statement said: “An investigation, carried out by barrister Jack Mitchell, has now concluded and the results delivered to the board.”
“Aston Villa wishes to apologise to all former players who were affected by behaviour which would not be tolerated by the club today.”
An investigation into MacDonald was launched after a former graduate of the club,
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