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Brendan Rodgers has accused the FA of hypocrisy for trying to throw Luis Suarez out with the garbage.
Arsenal are in talks with Fiorentina over £25million-rated striker Stevan Jovetic.
Manchester United must put together a £38million package to land Polish ace Robert Lewandowski this summer.
Kolo Toure has aimed a parting shot at Roberto Mancini for never giving him a proper chance at Manchester City.
Juventus are ready to offer Nani £130,000 a week to leave Manchester United.
Everton's £6million striker Kevin Mirallas wants to play in La Liga.
Goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg's switch from Roma to Fulham looks off.
Bristol City winger Albert Adomah is wanted by Charlton, Crystal Palace and Middlesbrough.
Brendan Rodgers admits it is "perfectly understandable" if Luis Suarez wants out at Liverpool.
Arsene Wenger admits he is ''afraid'' Jose Mourinho will help Chelsea blow away the rest of the Premier League if he returns to Stamford Bridge.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has revealed Blackburn turned down the chance to sign Robert Lewandowski for £3million only three years ago.
Tony Pulis believes he is going to be a hard act to follow at Stoke.
Arsene Wenger has opened talks with Fiorentina over striker Stevan Jovetic.
Leeds boss Brian McDermott is close to signing Motherwell's Chris Humphrey.
Liverpool are plotting a summer switch for promising Portuguese centre-back Tiago Ilori.
Paolo Di Canio has got his Sunderland scouts checking on winger Diogo Viana, who plays for Portuguese club FC Penafiel.
Inter Milan have joined Juventus in the race to sign former West Ham striker Alessandro Diamanti.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers last night launched a scathing attack on the FA - and Prime Minister David Cameron.
Robert Lewandowski is willing to snub Bayern Munich to land a dream move to Manchester United this summer.
Andre Villas-Boas insists he will stay at Tottenham - and finally get a second season at a club.
Under-pressure Tony Pulis insists he won't walk out on Stoke.
Brendan Rodgers has accused the FA of double standards over their handling of Luis Suarez.
Andre Schurrle could be a Chelsea player by the end of the week, according to his agent.
Newcastle are interested in Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy, who recently impressed Liverpool.
Tottenham scouts ran the rule over Basle forward Mohamed Salah last night.
Steve Clarke has admitted West Brom are preparing for life without on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku.
Brendan Rodgers last night accused the FA's Independent Regulatory Commission of bias and claimed they had thrown Luis Suarez "out with the garbage'' by handing him a 10-match ban for biting.
Four-goal hero Robert Lewandowski would jump at the chance of joining Manchester United rather than Bayern Munich.
Steve Clarke admits West Brom must plan for life without Romelu Lukaku next season.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis says his future won't be decided until the summer.
Swansea have joined the race for Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo.
Birmingham are ready to sell winger Nathan Redmond this summer in a bid to raise funds. West Brom, Fulham and Norwich are leading the chase to sign the England Under-19 international, who will be offloaded for around £2million.
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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been banned for 10 matches by the English Football Association for biting an opponent during a Premier League match.
The suspension rules the Uruguay international out for the final four league matches of this campaign and the first six of next season.
The FA said in a statement released Wednesday that an independent panel said the regular suspension...
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was banned for 10 matches by the English Football Association on Wednesday for biting an opponent during a Premier League match, ruling him out for the rest of the season.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre said Suarez and the club were ''shocked and disappointed'' at the punishment.
The FA said in a statement that a three-man independent...
How’s this for an ugly thought – Liverpool appeal the 10 match ban handed down to Luis Suarez by tomorrow’s deadline of noon – and Suarez gets to play against Newcastle on Saturday, because the ban will be delayed from going into effect, until the appeal is heard. Luis Suarez diving – it’s a penalty [...]
Luis Suarez has accepted his 10-match ban imposed for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic, the Football Association has announced.
The Liverpool striker had been given two days to decide whether to appeal against the sanction imposed after the incident during the 2-2 draw at Anfield on Sunday but has not done so.
It means the Uruguay international will miss Liverpool's...
The FA have handed Liverpool striker Luis Suarez a 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in Sunday's Premier League match.
Suarez pleaded guilty to a Football Association charge of violent conduct on Tuesday but rejected the governing body's claim that an automatic three-match suspension was "clearly insufficient".
A three-man independent...
Aggrieved at the severity of Luis Suarez's 10-match ban for biting an opponent, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers launched a robust defense of the striker Thursday and said the punishment was given ''against the man rather than the incident.''
Suarez was hit with one of English football's longest suspensions for on-pitch misbehavior after biting Branislav...
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was banned for 10 matches for biting Chelsea's Branislav to act as a deterrent to further such "deplorable behavior", an Football Association Regulatory Commission ruled.
The Uruguay international was handed a lengthy suspension for the incident, missed by referee Kevin Friend but subsequently reviewed using television evidence, in last...
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez's 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has attracted differing reactions on Twitter.
Here TEAMtalk carries comments on how the ban has been received.
Joseph Barton @Joey7Barton: Think its a fair ban for Suarez. Mine was 2 longer and deservedly so in my eyes. Liverpool and the player, shouldn't appeal. Its a fair ban!
Liverpool showed it has plenty of attacking options even without Luis Suarez by routing Newcastle 6-0 in the Premier League on Saturday as the striker started a 10-match ban for biting an opponent.
Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson each scored twice, while Daniel Agger and Fabio Borini also found the net in a dazzling display that shifted the spotlight away from the club'...
We wondered why Liverpool were so shocked when Luis Suarez got a 10 match ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic during last Sunday’s game. Luis Suarez – he’s a disgrace to football The same player was given a 7 match ban in November of 2010 for biting a PSV player when he was at Ajax, and [...]
Brendan Rodgers is focusing on Luis Suarez's rehabilitation while Liverpool decide whether to appeal against his 10-match ban for biting.
Reds officials, who on Thursday night received the written report of the independent disciplinary panel, have until midday to opt to contest a punishment Rodgers described as "severe".
The Northern Irishman, speaking before the...
Newcastle must now have a much better chance of the win against Liverpool on Saturday, since the Reds will be without Luis Suarez, who has just picked up another ban – for 10 matches this time – for biting Branislav Ivanovic. Steven Taylor – we’re behind the manager That’s the second long-term ban the Uruguayan [...]