English Premier League

FA to probe claims Man City players threw milk at Jose Mourinho

The Football Association has given Manchester United
and Manchester City until tomorrow to reply to a request for observations following reports of ugly scenes after City’s 2-1 win at Old Trafford.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic eye Man City starlet | Mourinho ‘blocks Rangers loan bid’ | Spurs join chase for Hoops target

Celtic linked with another Manchester City youngster but Pep Guardiola may not want to let 17yo leave; Mourinho blocks Rangers loan bid for Scottish youngster and Celtic face competition from Spurs to land Spanish ace

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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on the touchline with Rangers' Graeme Murty during Wednesday's match at Ibrox. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Derek McInnes ignores speculation but Rangers eye move

Derek McInnes has dismissed any suggestion that speculation surrounding his possible move to Rangers has anything to do with Aberdeen’s worst run of results in the Premiership this year.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic in for Liverpool ace? | Rangers AGM | Motherwell blast McGregor

Celtic set to renew interest in Liverpool forward, Rangers gear up for this year’s AGM on the back of a comprehensive win over Aberdeen and Motherwell blast Celtic over another contentious penalty

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Aaron Ramsay goes down under the challenge of Burnleys James Tarkowski, but no red card was shown. Picture: Getty.

Alan Pattullo: Red card or no red card? Refs’ actions will differ

Insult was added to injury for those Motherwell fans who decided to watch Match of the Day on Sunday night rather than head out to drown their sorrows.

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Swansea City manager Paul Clement. His side's match against Bournemouth has been designated as a LGBT fixture. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Swansea v Bournemouth to be ‘designated LGBT fixture’

Swansea and Bournemouth have announced they will be the first Premier League clubs to offer transgender and non-binary supporters a gender-neutral title prefix.

Youssouf Mulumbu has rejoined former boss Steve Clarke at Kilmarnock on a short-term deal. Picture: Kilmarnock FC

Youssouf Mulumbu joins Kilmarnock on deal until end of season

Kilmarnock have announced the signing of Youssouf Mulumbu on a deal until the end of the season.

Michael O'Neill is also a target for the SFA.

Michael O’Neill favourite for West Brom after Tony Pulis sacked

Scotland managerial target Michael O’Neill was yesterday backed in to the 6-4 favourite from 10-1 for the West Brom head coach’s job.


Rumour Mill: Rangers eye ex-Man Utd star | Celtic player ‘wants loan deal’ | Rangers ‘can’t afford O’Neill’

Another former Ibrox star has entered the running to be the next manager of Rangers; one Celtic player feels he needs a loan move to get game time and Kris Commons reckons Rangers can’t afford Michael O’Neill


Rumour Mill: EPL side eye Griffiths | Celtic keen on £5m defender | Sunderland cool McCoist interest

Leigh Griffiths is a target for an English Premier League side, Brendan Rodgers is already preparing to bolster his defensive options and Sunderland turn their attentions to alternative candidates after McCoist chase hits snag

David Moyes is back in management with West Ham. Picture: Richard Sellers/PA Wire

West Ham will assess David Moyes at end of season

David Moyes insists he is comfortable with his initial six-month contract at West Ham United. The former Everton and Sunderland boss was confirmed as the new Hammers manager yesterday, 24 hours after Slaven Bilic was sacked.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho watches from the touchline during the defeat by Chelsea. Picture: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Chelsea 1 - 0 Manchester United: Morata leaves Mourinho blue

Another miserable away day in the top-six for Manchester United. No parking of the bus this time. They were simply not good enough, which is perhaps even more damning.


Graeme Souness: I left Rangers too early when Liverpool came calling

Graeme Souness has admitted he left Rangers too early as he said in an interview that he won’t make a return to football management.


Rumour Mill: Rangers cheated, says ex-Celtic ace | Rodgers eyes ‘keeper | Gers could get McInnes for £800k

Former Celtic favourite insists Rangers cheated, Brendan Rodgers keen to go shopping for goalkeeper and Rangers could get their man for a cut-price fee


Rumour Mill: McCoist to Sunderland? | Celtic ‘can reach Europa final’ | Hibs ace eyes World Cup call

Ally McCoist emerges as a surprise candidate for the Sunderland job, Arjen Robben backs Celtic to go far in Europa League and which Hibs star is hoping for a World Cup call?


Rumour Mill: O’Neill plays down Rangers talk | Laszlo for United? | Mackay explains Jack call-up

Michael O’Neill has played down talk linking him with Rangers; Csaba Laszlo throws his hat into the ring for the Dundee United job and Malky Mackay explains why he called up Ryan Jack


Rumour Mill: Rangers eye Pardew | Barton slams Celtic fans | Cummings for Scotland

Could Rangers look to appoint Alan Pardew; Joey Barton takes aim at Celtic fans and Scott Brown plus Jason Cummings in line for Scotland call-up


‘Celtic fans are obsessed with me,’ claims Joey Barton

Joey Barton has branded Celtic fans ‘obsessed’ on social media, just minutes after pretending not to have heard of Scott Brown.

Manchester Citys Kevin De Bruyne managed to score in the Carabao Cup shoot-out against Wolves but his manager Pep Guardiola, below, didnt like the Mitre ball. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

Aidan Smith: ‘The Mouldmaster was like a mealie pudding’

When some people’s idea of the greatest coach in football had his temper tantrum about the ball his players were made to use being not fit for purpose, a whole generation of men laughed. And then they winced and rubbed their thighs, as if feeling for dimple marks.

Dylan McGeouch gets a lift from John McGinn during the celebrations at the end of the match. Picture: Ross Parker

Comment: Shades of Alex Cropley as Dylan McGeouch runs derby

Tuesday night under the lights, mild with no wind, small boys getting to stay up late after their first day back at school, the streets around the ground thrumming with feverish anticipation – it was a rare night for football but would we see any?

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