Dawson: Man City win vs. Forest should've been more comfortable (1:39)

Luton off the mark with draw vs. 10-man Wolves

Luton Town should have beaten Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Saturday, manager Rob Edwards said, and it was only a matter of time before the promoted club claimed their first win of the season.

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Pep angry with Rodri after red card in Forest win

Pep Guardiola has revealed Rodri apologised to his team-mates following his red card against Nottingham Forest and said he was "angry" with the midfielder for leaving Manchester City with 10 men.


City ease past Forest, stay perfect despite red

Manchester City maintained their perfect start to the Premier League season with a 2-0 home win over Nottingham Forest on Saturday, making it six wins out of six despite losing midfielder Rodri to a red card early in the second half.

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Postecoglou: Spurs must fill Kane void in derby

Ange Postecoglou has urged his Tottenham stars to fill the void left by Harry Kane as they attempt to end a wretched run of form at Arsenal on Sunday.

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Ten Hag denies squad rift: We are 'united'

Erik ten Hag has played down suggestions of a split in the Manchester United dressing room following their poor start to the season.

Arteta admits dropping Ramsdale is 'one of the hardest things' (1:12)
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Arteta: Ramsdale snub one of 'hardest things'

Mikel Arteta has praised Aaron Ramsdale's reaction to being dropped and admitted he struggled with the decision to replace him with David Raya.

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Ødegaard signs 'no brainer' new Arsenal deal

Martin Ødegaard has said he is dreaming of lifting trophies with Arsenal after making the "no-brainer" decision to sign a new contract with the club.

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Levy: Mourinho, Conte hires were 'mistakes'

Levy told a Tottenham fans forum: "The strategy was let's bring in a trophy manager and we did it twice. You have to learn by the mistakes."

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Sources: Chelsea near $500m investment deal

Chelsea are close to agreeing a $500 million investment from U.S. firm Ares Management to help finance the club's expansion plans including a new stadium, sources have told ESPN.

Guardiola: We needed tough challenge vs. Red Star (0:57)