Munoz eyes Newcastle victory

Watford manager Xisco Munoz?has backed his side to take maximum points against Newcastle in the Premier League this weekend, insisting the team has plenty of "potential in attack".

Potter hopeful over Bissouma for Palace clash

Graham Potter says Yves Bissouma's knee injury has not proven to be serious and he remains hopeful he will available to face Crystal Palace on Monday.

Dyche won't rush Cornet

Sean Dyche says he still plans to ease Maxwel Cornet into his Burnley first team plans despite being impressed with how he's adapting to life at Turf Moor.

Medvedev relishing Laver Cup challenge

US Open champion Daniil Medvedev is excited to represent Europe in the upcoming Laver Cup, which takes place in Boston this week.

Injuries beset Leeds for Hammers clash

Leeds will be without Patrick Bamford, Robin Koch, and Diego Llorente for their clash against West Ham on Saturday.

Nuno urges Spurs to cut out mistakes

Nuno Espirito Santo was pleased to see Tottenham book their place in the fourth round of the EFL Cup against Wolves on Wednesday, but he knows they must stop making mistakes in matches.

I'll take trophy over points - Lowry

Ryder Cup rookie Shane Lowry has insisted he doesn't care if he fails to score a single point as?long as Europe fly home with the trophy on Monday morning.

Stricker aims to contain Poulter

US captain Steve Stricker has hailed Ian Poulter as the "backbone" of Europe's recent Ryder Cup glories and admits the Americans haven't knwn how to handle the English ace.

Asensio impresses in new role

Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti says Marco Asensio can flourish in an attacking role "between the lines", after he starred in their 6-1 thumping of Mallorca on Wednesday evening.

Allegri anger as Juve finally break Serie A duck

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri says there are "many things to improve" after finally?seeing his side end their wretched start to the Serie A season with a 3-2 win at Spezia.

Arteta relief as Partey impresses again

Thomas Partey was "demanding" to play as Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was forced to defend his decision to risk the midfielder in Wednesday night's 3-0?EFL Cup win over Wimbledon.

Corica excited by opening fixtures

Sydney FC will kick off the new A-League campaign with a derby clash against the Western Sydney Wanderers at Bankwest Stadium.

Jets rule out Wilshere deal

Newcastle head coach Arthur Papas has ruled out a swoop for Jack Wilshere but has confirmed another foreign player is close to joining the Jets.

Koeman insists he has Barca backing

Ronald Koeman insists he has the support of Barcelona's hierarchy to lead the club through their ongoing period of transition.

Baggies boss calls for more ruthlessness

West Brom manager Valerien Ismael wants to see more of a "killer instinct" from his forwards in Friday's Championship home fixture against QPR.

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