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The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney

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Mourinho remains willing to play the long game for United's star England striker

Craig Bryson, right, celebrates scoring for Derby

The sleeping giants of the East Midlands, including Leicester, Nottingham Forest and Derby, beginning to stir

After years of decline, Leicester, Forest and Derby have eyes on the Premier League

The Sport Matrix: Friday 10 January

Defiant Allardyce: West Ham will ‘come out fighting’

Tony Pulis wants to strengthen his Crystal Palace side with players that are willing to 'roll their sleeves up'

Transfer news: Tony Pulis wants to strengthen Crystal Palace with players who will 'roll their sleeves up'

Pulis wants to bring in those that have something to prove in attempt to survive Premier League relegation

Sir Alex Ferguson’s presence at most United games has cast a shadow over David Moyes

Sam Wallace: Sir Alex Ferguson looks to be haunting David Moyes at Old Trafford – so why does he do it?

United legend has a strange idea of retirement if it involves travelling to Sunderland on a January night

Alvaro Negredo slides in to score his second goal

Manchester City v West Ham United: Alvaro Negredo the enforcer takes complete control as king of his domain

Sam Allardyce teams are not meant to be about timidity and deference but that is precisely what West Ham United presented yesterday at the Etihad Stadium. This is Alvaro Negredo’s backyard, his home turf, and West Ham allowed him to exert his  proprietorial authority  with barely a whimper of resistance.

Emmanuel Frimpong posts mocking 'taxi for David Moyes' image on Instagram

The Arsenal midfielder uses social media to stick the boot into Manchester United following their latest defeat

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 8 January 2014

Sunderland ensure Moyes misery continues in cup

Sam Allardyce wants to still be in contention in the home leg

Manchester City v West Ham: Sam Allardyce relieved to have pressure off for one night in the Capital One Cup semi-final

West Ham manager happy to turn attention away from relegation battle for semi-final date with Manchester City

West Ham striker Andy Carroll is yet to play for the club since completing his £15m move from Liverpool

Andy Carroll could return for West Ham 'next week', reveals Sam Allardyce

The England international has not featured at all this season since making his move to Upton Park permanent

Sam Allardyce has 14 players available to him tomorrow

Sam Allardyce welcomes backing from West Ham owners

David Sullivan and David Gold published an open letter yesterday

Sam Allardyce has 14 players available to him tomorrow

Capital One Cup: Manchester City v West Ham match preview

A look ahead to Wednesday's semi-final first leg fixture at the Etihad Stadium

David Moyes says his team is in need of urgent overhaul

Comment: Patience at Manchester United for David Moyes will run out soon enough

Sir Alex Ferguson was allowed to go over three years before he started to win trophies with United

Gus Poyet has seen his Sunderland side thrive in the cups, having won just three times in the league

Sunderland v Manchester United: Gus Poyet tells Sunderland to stop Jekyll and Hyde act and seize big chance in Capital One Cup

Gus Poyet slowly rolled the fingers of his left hand into a fist. “When the opportunity to play in a cup final comes along, you must grasp it,” he said. At least when it comes to cup football, the players he took over in October have listened.

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 7 January 2014

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