Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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Glenn Moore: On transfers, Brendan Rodgers, Mauricio Pochettino et al need power as well as responsibility

The Weekend Dossier: Premier League managers have less power than ever in the market with clubs looking after recruitment for a lot of them

Arsenal 4 Newcastle 1: Hector Bellerin and Jak Alnwick face new challenges

At football clubs adversity often provides opportunity and, at the Emirates on Saturday there were signs of two young players taking theirs. Hector Bellerin started this season as Arsenal’s third-choice right-back but within a month of the campaign beginning injuries meant he was thrust into the team in the most demanding of arenas, Borussia Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion, to face the 2013 Champions League runners-up on their own patch.

Champions League draw: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants Monaco tie and trip down memory lane

The Arsenal manager wants to avoid Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in today's draw

Arsenal vs Newcastle match report: Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla help Arsenal overcome 'crisis' and blow Magpies away

Arsenal 4 Newcastle 1: Talk of crisis and Arsène Wenger’s future is averted as much-missed striker leads Gunners’ line in their demolition of in-form Newcastle

Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey will miss the Christmas programme with a hamstring injury

Arsenal vs Newcastle: Newcastle offer stern test of Arsenal's depleted resources

Wenger has recalled Francis Coquelin from Charlton in response

Charlie Austin of QPR is sent off shortly after scoring in the win over Burnley
Gary Cahill in action for Chelsea this week

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill: 'The belief is there, we can go on another run'

Blues got back to winning ways against Sporting on Wednesday night

A frustrated Diego Costa reacts on Wednesday night
Jose Mourinho watches his Chelsea side lose to Newcastle

Champions League draw comment: Only the usual suspects remain for Monday's Last 16 draw

Gone are those unglamourous Balkan and Scandinavian teams

Jose Mourinho looks on from the touchline at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night
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Noël Coward parties into the night, Alan Clark bemoans the cost of servants, Evelyn Waugh ponders his drinking…
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Liverpool manager tries to stay on his feet despite waves of criticism
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