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Last Updated: December 5, 2013 8:09am
David Moyes was beaten by his former Everton team last night as the Merseyside club recorded a first victory away to Manchester United for 21 years.
Eden Hazard helped to gloss over a team display littered with defensive frailties that forced Chelsea to stretch themselves for long periods to record a ninth consecutive victory on Wearside last night.
David Moyes suffered an Old Trafford nightmare against his old club Everton.
England fans have been told they risk being mugged or raped at next year's World Cup.
Burton striker Adam McGurk is attracting interest from Championship pair Millwall and Charlton.
Arsenal and Chelsea are chasing Paris St Germain's highly rated midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Leyton Orient are lining up a move for non-league hot-shot Jai Reason - who has netted 11 times for Eastleigh this season.
Ashley Cole is among a clutch of Premier League stars being targeted by Major League Soccer ahead of their plans to expand the US game.
Crystal Palace are interested in Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi, who is back in training after a shoulder operation.
Cardiff are poised to open the bidding for Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno, but fear they could be outbid by Chelsea and Manchester United.
Almeria's Joaquin Fernandez is training with Liverpool for the next week.
Barcelona scouts have been watching Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 22, but Arsene Wenger prices him at £50m.
Luis Suarez produced a stunning four-goal performance as Liverpool thrashed Norwich 5-1 at Anfield last night.
David Moyes conceded last night that Manchester United's title chances are in tatters after they were beaten by his former club Everton.
Manchester United are planning to offload midfield pair Ashley Young and Anderson in January.
Benfica are facing a battle to keep Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic in January, with interest from Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
Luis Suarez wrote his name in Anfield history with a stunning four-goal show against Norwich.
England fans were last night warned they risk being held up at knife-point or raped on the streets of Brazil during the World Cup.
Brighton are facing a battle to hang on in-from frontman Ashley Barnes, as he will be out of contract next summer.
Benfica claim Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund have expressed an interest in Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic.
Sunderland and Bolton want Coventry defender Cyrus Christie.
Chelsea are lining up a loan deal to bring Monaco striker Radamel Falcao to Stamford Bridge.
Auxerre striker Paul-Georges Ntep says he is keen on a move to Arsenal, despite interest from Chelsea, Tottenham and Aston Villa.
England fans were warned here last night that the World Cup next year may be plagued by "violence, massed robberies and rapes" - by Brazil's sports minister.
Arsenal and Manchester City have expressed an interest in bringing former Chelsea, Gunners and Portsmouth midfielder Lassana Diarra, 28, back to the Premier League.
Atletico Madrid are hoping to bring Chelsea midfield duo Juan Mata, 25, and Kevin De Bruyne, 22, to Spain as they prepare to let Manchester United and Liverpool midfield target Koke, 21, leave in the January transfer window.
Reading want to make Billy Sharp's loan deal permanent and are also keen on taking West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans on a short-term agreement.
Brighton and Nottingham Forest are interested in Belarus midfielder Renan Bressan.
Tony Pulis wants to sign five players in January to help push Crystal Palace from the relegation zone, with Stoke City's Peter Crouch and Blackburn's Scott Dann top targets.
Outplayed and defeated by his former team and with Manchester United's title hopes as good as over, David Moyes suffered his nadir at Old Trafford with gloating Evertonians making sure he knew it.
Arsene Wenger was asked repeatedly this week to answer those armchair pundits who have dismissed his team's title credentials but it was always the pitch rather than the press conference that would provide the most eloquent reaction.
Hull City supporters campaigning against a name change to Hull Tigers claim the Premier League has backed their fight and would be prepared to approach the Football League to help protect their heritage.
Concern over the readiness of some World Cup stadiums has intensified on the eve of the finals draw.
Raging refs are set to go to war with the SFA in protest at the "leniency" of the two-game ban handed out to Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci.