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3hESPN

Brighton complete permanent Mooy signing

Australia international Aaron Mooy has completed a permanent move to Brighton on a three-and-a-half year contract.

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5hRob Dawson

Solskjaer: United hierarchy support me

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is convinced Manchester United will give him the time to implement his long-term plan to rebuild the club.

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15hTom Williams

Liverpool rise to every challenge presented to them

Inclement weather, a raucous crowd, an injury to Sadio Mane: the ingredients were all there for an upset, and still Liverpool found a way to win.

Nicol: Man United's players are horrible (2:10)
15h
Liverpool 'seem to get it done' in any situation (1:37)
15h
How Mane's injury affects Liverpool's style of play (1:38)
16h
Liverpool 'seem to get it done' in any situation (1:37)
16h
Moreno: Man United are making desperate decisions (1:38)
19h
Ale Moreno cools Martinelli to Real Madrid rumours (0:42)
19h
Man United 'nightmare' starts at the top (1:36)
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22hMark Ogden

Solskjaer is the wrong man for Man United

Solskjaer is inexperienced, naive and clearly out of his depth at Old Trafford. When will the club make the move that's so desperately needed?

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1dJulien Laurens

Spurs confident of Willian Jose signing - sources

Real Sociedad striker Willian Jose is pushing for a move to London, but Tottenham are negotiating for a lower fee, sources have told ESPN.

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2dESPN

Mourinho jabs Man Utd on Fernandes sale saga

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho made a pointed remark at former employers Manchester United's pursuit of Bruno Fernandes.

Solskjaer: I'm responsible for what's happening on the pitch (1:22)
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Mourinho praises the wrong German manager (0:41)
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Laurens: Bruno Fernandes to Man United getting closer (1:16)
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Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool232210+3967
Manchester City241635+3851
Leicester City241536+2848
Chelsea241248+940
Manchester United24978+734
Tottenham Hotspur24978+634
Wolverhampton Wanderers248106+334
Sheffield United24897+233
Southampton249411-1131
Arsenal246126-230
Crystal Palace24798-630
Everton248610-730
Burnley249312-1030
Newcastle United248610-1230
Brighton & Hove Albion246711-725
Aston Villa247413-1425
West Ham United236512-1123
AFC Bournemouth246513-1423
Watford245811-1523
Norwich City244515-2317