Sam Wallace

Sam Wallace is Football Correspondent for The Independent.

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Bafetimbi Gomis rises above Laurent Koscielny to head home Swansea’s late winner at the Emirates

Arsenal vs Swansea City match report: Bad luck and a lack of ruthlessness mean Gunners miss routine home win

Arsenal 0 Swansea City 1: How on earth did Arsenal lose this game?

Chelsea vs Liverpool match report: John Terry and Steven Gerrard on target as draw hands Manchester United Champions League football

Chelsea 1 Liverpool 1: Louis van Gaal's side now six points ahead and with superior goal difference with two games remaining

Graham Taylor has denied claims that he was asked to limit the number of black players in the England team
Former Chelsea executive Paul Smith

Aston Villa takeover: Former Chelsea executive Paul Smith tries to buy club for £150m

The Midlands side have under-performed badly in recent seasons

Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale is the 'future' of Real Madrid and won't join Manchester United this summer, says agent

Jonathan Barnett denies his client will leave the Bernabeu this summer and says the Wales international is 'very happy' at current club

Jose Mourinho currently earns £8.3m a year and will be expecting to improve on that in his new deal

Jose Mourinho set to extend Chelsea contract until 2019 after winning Premier League title

The Portuguese currently earns around £8.3m a year and will expect an improvement in terms in return for his commitment to the club

Jose Mourinho shakes hands with his father, Mourinho Felix, during the former’s days as Porto coach

Jose Mourinho received an invaluable lesson in the harsh realities of the game from his dad

Mourinho Snr was a good coach. In fact, he was considered for the Portugal job in 1983

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish

Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: How Steve Parish introduced a change of guard at the Palace

Appointing Alan Pardew was one of the chairman’s moments of truth which, as he tells Sam Wallace, helped him overhaul south London’s ‘perennial underachievers’ to become Premier League mainstays

Jule Niles

Ainsley Maitland-Niles mother takes photo at Arsenal training ground following 'confrontation' with transfer negotiator Dick Law

Jule Niles has been banned by the club from watching games at London Colney

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