Nick Szczepanik

Nick Szczepanik is a freelance sports writer contributing mainly to The Independent.

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Southampton 2 Tottenham 3 match report: Emmanuel Adebayor recall pays off for Tim Sherwood's bold Spurs

Interim boss Sherwood wins in his first Premier League match as manager

English lesson: The hope is that Gerard Deulofeu will improve by competing in a strong Premier League against good defenders

Gerard Deulofeu - Why Barcelona chose Everton to educate their latest prodigy

Premier League seen as the perfect place for on-loan winger Gerard Deulofeu to mature into a star

Daniel Osvaldo of Southampton shoots to score the equalising goal

Southampton 1 Manchester City 1 match report: Dani Osvaldo fires warning to England as City struggle to cure travel sickness

Argentinian-born Italian nets a wonder goal to bring back City's away nightmares

Queens Park Rangers 1 Charlton Athletic 0 match report: Charlie Austin powers home to hail Harry Redknapp milestone

QPR celebrated Harry Redknapp’s 30 years in football management yesterday with a spectacular winning goal by Charlie Austin that was a more fitting tribute to his career to date than the rest of the game.

Rickie Lambert of Southampton scores their secondg goal from a penalty kick

Southampton 4 Hull City 1 match report: Three lions of England give Tigers a mauling

England duo Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana were on target

Christian Benteke challenges Winston Reid in West Ham's Premier League clash with Aston Villa

West Ham United 0 Aston Villa 0 match report: Toothless Hammers end their losing streak but Villa’s drought continues

Villa striker Christian Benteke came closest to breaking the deadlock when he hit the post

Southampton refuse to rule out marching into Europe

Clubs that appear unexpectedly in the higher reaches of the Premier League early in the season are usually modest about their ambitions – “No one’s talking about Europe, we take each game as it comes”, that sort of thing – and wait for reality to overtake them, perhaps once an easy run of fixtures comes to an end.

Southampton 2 Fulham 0 match report: Rickie Lambert back in the old routine as Saints surge on

Saints move up to third thanks to strike duo Lambert and Rodriguez

Throw back: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick leads the 49ers offense today

American Football: Jaguars need to feel at home in London

If city takes team to their hearts it could well lead to a capital franchise

AFC Wimbledon 1 Accrington Stanley 1 match report: Kayode Odejayi nearly nets first win for James Beattie

Accrington Stanley disappeared from the Football League in 1962, the 1980s milk advert with the line "Accrington Stanley – who are they? Exactly" the Lancashire club's only impact until they returned to League Two in 2006. But now there is a risk of sinking back into "Who are they?"

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