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West Brom to launch internal inquiry into Saido Berahino driving arrest
Saido Berahino, the West Brom striker, arrested on suspicion of drink-driving on 22 October, was bailed and will return to a police station in December, with his club making their own inquiries
We are on right track - Schmidt
Manchester City v Bayern Munich: Champions League – live!
Minute-by-minute report: Can Man City save their European season with a win over the German champions? Find out with Barry Glendenning
Shouting encouragement while watching Holby City
The Fiver: a behind-open-doors match in front of a handful of fans, the ballad of John Delaney and Renowned Socialist Arsène Wenger
Terribly embarrassing howler from Vietnam 'keeper
Rummenigge unfazed by under pressure City
Borussia Dortmund’s Neven Subotic: We know and believe in our system
Arsenal face a tough task against Borussia Dortmund whose European form has held up despite poor domestic results
Xabi Alonso: why Manchester City must beware Bayern Munich maestro
Paul Doyle: Manchester City have to win to keep alive hopes of reaching Champions League knockout stages, but will need to excel to beat the Bundesliga leaders and their savvy holding player
Football transfer rumours: Real Madrid raid Liverpool for ‘new Xabi Alonso’?
Lewis Macleod to Everton? | North London clubs in for Marcelo Brozovic? | West Ham eyeing Jean Makoun?
A-League tactics: how the Wanderers' strength became a pressing problem
Opponents have worked out how to find space between the lines as the Asian champions struggle with league and cup
Manchester City players’ future rests on Champions League – Samir Nasri
Samiar Nasri said the futures of Manchester City’s star players are at stake and they must qualify for the Champions League knockout stage
LMA manager of year Brendan Rodgers now feels pressure at Liverpool
Andy Hunter After a near miss in the battle for the Premier League title, the man in charge at Anfield is under scrutiny over their failings
Manchester City can succeed in Champions League, says Xabi Alonso
Xabi Alonso has warned Manchester City that winning the European Cup is not just about spending a fortune, as the midfielder cited Liverpool’s 2005 triumph
Arsenal sweating over Jack Wilshere and Wojciech Szczesny injuries
With both Jack Wilshere and Wojciech Szczesny able to walk without any crutches or major problems away from the Emirates Stadium last weekend, Arsenal are hopeful that there are no long term injury concerns
The Liverpool Way
In today’s Fiver: Going back to basics, Margate’s straight talking coach and quite a lot of Arsenal bits and bobs
Premier League stars chip in to help video sharing firm Grabyo raise $2m
Cesc Fàbregas, Thierry Henry and Robin van Persie among top sports stars to join funding round for London based start-up
Liverpool train ahead of Ludogorets clash
I bet Arsenal have strong season - Wenger
Cheltenham sack Mark Yates
Acrobatic bicycle kick finish from Okubo
Players paid enough to deliver - Nasri
Sampaoli not phased following draw
Pekerman ready for Brazil test
Ryan Giggs: Chelsea are head and shoulders above everyone else
The Manchester United assistant manager said the Premier League has become like the Championship as ‘anyone can beat anyone’
Chelsea’s José Mourinho eager to win group at Schalke and lighten load
Chelsea will win their Champions League group and qualify for the knockout stage if they beat Schalke
Southampton’s Nathaniel Clyne hits late equaliser at Aston Villa
Southampton’s Nathaniel Clyne scored a late equaliser at Villa Park
Martín Demichelis hopes insider knowledge on Bayern will reap rewards
As a former Bayern Munich player Martín Demichelis knows the precise challenge Manchester City face when Pep Guardiola’s team take to the Etihad Stadium
Hunger Games: the cross-country version
David Conn: Notebook: Watching my daughter and her rivals plough up and down a wintry West Yorkshire quagmire makes you think it really could be good for the soul
Roberto Di Matteo puts sentiment aside in Schalke’s bid to derail Chelsea
Roberto Di Matteo is reluctant to dwell upon a managerial spell at Stamford Bridge that unravelled after winning the European Cup
Armin Veh’s resignation may be Stuttgart’s only touch of class this term
Raphael Honigstein: The gracious manner in which the 53-year-old accepted responsibility for the club’s worst start in 40 years is unprecedented in the Bundesliga
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