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Studs and duds from New York Jets' preseason opener against Titans

Studs and duds from New York Jets' preseason opener against Titans

They've purged most of their veteran talent in favor of rebuilding the team in favor of a bright future. Hackenberg's production wasn't great - no points in eight possessions - but you have to grade on a curve when it comes to the former second-round pick.


Arsene Wenger praises his team's spirt after stunning comeback

Arsene Wenger praises his team's spirt after stunning comeback

The Frenchman came off the bench to score a dramatic victor as the Gunners beat plucky Leicester 4-3 at the Emirates . What he did defensively towards the end of the game - Gary's just mentioned the back four that Arsenal had - without him at the end you fear Leicester would have got the equaliser.


Mourinho says Manchester United still in the market for a winger

Mourinho says Manchester United still in the market for a winger

Both teams, who are playing in the Premier League for the first time , meet three of the top six in their final four games . We begin with with two of those teams. Then, when you're in the Champions League last 16 draw, anything can happen. 'However, it's the Man City situation that's the concern and we've seen it all before with Robin van Persie's move to Manchester United '.


Jamie Carragher launches all out assault on Liverpool's defence

Jamie Carragher launches all out assault on Liverpool's defence

Van Dijk is the Reds' priority target in the final weeks of the transfer window, with the Southampton centre-back having handed in a transfer request this week. 'They play so high and wide that they have a centre-back exposed there all the time. They're bad defensively, one man won't change that. "One man isn't going to improve [set-piece defending], that has got to come down to the manager", he added .



Premier League preview: Guardiola unleashes Man City 2.0

The match will be played at Old Trafford . Slaven Bilic's outfit are set for a showdown at Old Trafford where Jose Mourinho's Manchester United await. "They can still be like new players for us later in the season, so we are fine". No fewer than 68 goals were scored in the second-half stoppage time in 2016-17 Premier League campaign which happens to be 6.3 percent of all goals scored last season around 0.18 goals per game.