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Top 15 new signings in the Premier League, so far

Joe Prince-Wright ranks the best new signings of the 2017-18 Premier League season so far.

Top 15 new signings in the Premier League, so far

Joe Prince-Wright ranks the best new signings of the 2017-18 Premier League season so far.

Liverpool Fans Crown Red-Hot Winger Mohamed Salah Their New 'King' on Wikipedia

​Liverpool fans have personally crowned winger Mohamed Salah their new god to replace club legend Kenny Dalglish, after fans mocked up the Egyptian to the likeness of a Pharaoh, whilst renaming him 'king' on information database Wikipedia. Following the 25-year-old's return to the Premier League with Liverpool from AS Roma, Salah has scored 14 goals in 18 games across the board this season, eclipsing former player Robbie Fowler's record previous record by scoring nine goals in his first 12...

Liverpool Fans Crown Red-Hot Winger Mohamed Salah Their New 'King' on Wikipedia

​Liverpool fans have personally crowned winger Mohamed Salah their new god to replace club legend Kenny Dalglish, after fans mocked up the Egyptian to the likeness of a Pharaoh, whilst renaming him 'king' on information database Wikipedia. Following the 25-year-old's return to the Premier League with Liverpool from AS Roma, Salah has scored 14 goals in 18 games across the board this season, eclipsing former player Robbie Fowler's record previous record by scoring nine goals in his first 12...

Liverpool Fans Crown Red-Hot Winger Mohamed Salah Their New 'King' on Wikipedia

​Liverpool fans have personally crowned winger Mohamed Salah their new god to replace club legend Kenny Dalglish, after fans mocked up the Egyptian to the likeness of a Pharaoh, whilst renaming him 'king' on information database Wikipedia. Following the 25-year-old's return to the Premier League with Liverpool from AS Roma, Salah has scored 14 goals in 18 games across the board this season, eclipsing former player Robbie Fowler's record previous record by scoring nine goals in his first 12...

Duncan Watmore facing second season out after suffering identical cruciate knee injury

The Sunderland winger Duncan Watmore is facing another season out of action having sustained a suspected rupture of his anterior cruciate ligament in the same knee that he suffered an identical injury in December last year. Watmore, 22, was injured in Sunderland’s home draw against Millwall on Saturday, his sixth game back for the club following eight months away from action in rehabilitation from his cruciate injury sustained in December last year when the club were still in the Premier League. On this occasion, it is understood that Watmore suffered the impact when a Millwall player fell on top of him. He did not go off immediately but was eventually unable to continue and it was soon after the game that he was diagnosed with potentially the same cruciate ligament injury. He is due to have exploratory surgery on the knee towards the end of this week but the suspicion is that it is another rupture of the anterior cruciate which will mean he does not play again this season. It is a blow to the new Sunderland manager Chris Coleman, for whom Watmore would be one of those players the club were hoping could transform what has been a dreadful 18 months. The ultimate yo-yo clubs Watmore first ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in December last season playing against Leicester City. He had established himself as a first-team Sunderland player and part of the England Under-21 team that eventually went to the European Championships in the summer of this year, albeit without Watmore. Sunderland had tried to ease him back into first-team action and he had sat out the away defeat to Middlesbrough the week before returning to the first XI to face Millwall. Watmore had recently signed up to Juan Mata’s Common Goal programme, pledging one per cent of his salary to charity. He also represents one of Sunderland’s key current saleable assets should the club decide they need to raise transfer funds from player sales.

FanView: Oumar Niasse Has Earned His Impressive Revival at Everton the Hard Way After Koeman Debacle

Imagine being a professional footballer, at the top of your game and scoring goals, subsequently leading to a dream £13.5m move to one of the biggest leagues in world football - the Premier League. A chance to shine on the biggest platform and realise your aspirations in the beautiful game.  Now imagine that your 'dream' move had been clouded by doubt, uncertainty and indecision by the people who sanctioned the signing of you, playing just 152 minutes across seven appearances in your first six...

FanView: Oumar Niasse Has Earned His Impressive Revival at Everton the Hard Way After Koeman Debacle

Imagine being a professional footballer, at the top of your game and scoring goals, subsequently leading to a dream £13.5m move to one of the biggest leagues in world football - the Premier League. A chance to shine on the biggest platform and realise your aspirations in the beautiful game.  Now imagine that your 'dream' move had been clouded by doubt, uncertainty and indecision by the people who sanctioned the signing of you, playing just 152 minutes across seven appearances in your first six...

FanView: Oumar Niasse Has Earned His Impressive Revival at Everton the Hard Way After Koeman Debacle

Imagine being a professional footballer, at the top of your game and scoring goals, subsequently leading to a dream £13.5m move to one of the biggest leagues in world football - the Premier League. A chance to shine on the biggest platform and realise your aspirations in the beautiful game.  Now imagine that your 'dream' move had been clouded by doubt, uncertainty and indecision by the people who sanctioned the signing of you, playing just 152 minutes across seven appearances in your first six...

Duncan Watmore facing second season out after suffering identical cruciate knee injury

The Sunderland winger Duncan Watmore is facing another season out of action having sustained a suspected rupture of his anterior cruciate ligament in the same knee that he suffered an identical injury in December last year. Watmore, 22, was injured in Sunderland’s home draw against Millwall on Saturday, his sixth game back for the club following eight months away from action in rehabilitation from his cruciate injury sustained in December last year when the club were still in the Premier League. On this occasion, it is understood that Watmore suffered the impact when a Millwall player fell on top of him. He did not go off immediately but was eventually unable to continue and it was soon after the game that he was diagnosed with potentially the same cruciate ligament injury. He is due to have exploratory surgery on the knee towards the end of this week but the suspicion is that it is another rupture of the anterior cruciate which will mean he does not play again this season. It is a blow to the new Sunderland manager Chris Coleman, for whom Watmore would be one of those players the club were hoping could transform what has been a dreadful 18 months. The ultimate yo-yo clubs Watmore first ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in December last season playing against Leicester City. He had established himself as a first-team Sunderland player and part of the England Under-21 team that eventually went to the European Championships in the summer of this year, albeit without Watmore. Sunderland had tried to ease him back into first-team action and he had sat out the away defeat to Middlesbrough the week before returning to the first XI to face Millwall. Watmore had recently signed up to Juan Mata’s Common Goal programme, pledging one per cent of his salary to charity. He also represents one of Sunderland’s key current saleable assets should the club decide they need to raise transfer funds from player sales.

Revue des joueurs africains: La magie Mo Salah

Mohamed Salah de Liverpool est maintenant le meilleur buteur de Premier League. Les légendes du club ont rendu hommage à l'égyptien.

Revue des joueurs africains: La magie Mo Salah

Mohamed Salah de Liverpool est maintenant le meilleur buteur de Premier League. Les légendes du club ont rendu hommage à l'égyptien.

Revue des joueurs africains: La magie Mo Salah

Mohamed Salah de Liverpool est maintenant le meilleur buteur de Premier League. Les légendes du club ont rendu hommage à l'égyptien.

Revue des joueurs africains: La magie Mo Salah

Mohamed Salah de Liverpool est maintenant le meilleur buteur de Premier League. Les légendes du club ont rendu hommage à l'égyptien.

Barcelona Legend Ronaldinho Claims Pep Guardiola Can Emulate Barcelona Success at Man City

Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has claimed that Pep Guardiola can emulate the kind of success he enjoyed in Catalonia at Manchester City. Guardiola is currently tearing up the Premier League in his second season as City boss. The Citizens are eight points clear at the top, undefeated having won 11 games of their 12 so far this term. And now, with the free scoring side already having found the back of the net 40 times in the league, Ronaldinho admits that he can see a big future at the Etihad...

Barcelona Legend Ronaldinho Claims Pep Guardiola Can Emulate Barcelona Success at Man City

Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has claimed that Pep Guardiola can emulate the kind of success he enjoyed in Catalonia at Manchester City. Guardiola is currently tearing up the Premier League in his second season as City boss. The Citizens are eight points clear at the top, undefeated having won 11 games of their 12 so far this term. And now, with the free scoring side already having found the back of the net 40 times in the league, Ronaldinho admits that he can see a big future at the Etihad...

Barcelona Legend Ronaldinho Claims Pep Guardiola Can Emulate Barcelona Success at Man City

Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has claimed that Pep Guardiola can emulate the kind of success he enjoyed in Catalonia at Manchester City. Guardiola is currently tearing up the Premier League in his second season as City boss. The Citizens are eight points clear at the top, undefeated having won 11 games of their 12 so far this term. And now, with the free scoring side already having found the back of the net 40 times in the league, Ronaldinho admits that he can see a big future at the Etihad...

Premier League - Crystal Palace vs Everton

Soccer Football - Premier League - Crystal Palace vs Everton - Selhurst Park, London, Britain - November 18, 2017 Everton's Oumar Niasse scores their second goal Action Images via Reuters/Alan Walter

Premier League: Oscar Garcia könnte bei West Bromwich anheuern

Nur wenige Tage nach der einvernehmlichen Trennung von St. Etienne könnte Ex-Red-Bull-Salzburg-Trainer Oscar Garcia den nächsten Klub übernehmen. Laut dem spanischen Blatt Sport ist Garcia bei West Bromwich in der Verlosung.

Indian Premier League: Two Owners Wanted Auctions in England, Majority Reject it

It was after a long time that majority of the owners turned up for a discussion over lunch with the IPL governing council members.

Indian Premier League: Two Owners Wanted Auctions in England, Majority Reject it

It was after a long time that majority of the owners turned up for a discussion over lunch with the IPL governing council members.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.

Philippe Coutinho's top five goals for Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho has scored 37 Premier League goals in his six seasons with Liverpool. Check out his five best.