1. Rio Ferdinand singles out Man Utd star and fumes over Crystal Palace controversy

    By Samuel Meade Rio Ferdinand took aim at Casemiro after Manchester United conceded the opening goal in their drubbing at Crystal Palace . The Red Devils were hammered at Selhurst Park with Michael Olise scoring early on in the capital. Casemiro had to fill in as a makeshift centre-
  2. Dean Henderson hopeful of England spot at Euro 2024 after going to 'hell and back' for Crystal Palace

    By Dom Smith Crystal Palace goalkeeper Dean Henderson believes he has done enough to earn an England recall for Euro 2024, having found form again after going to “hell and back” during an injury-hit year. Henderson made a string of outstanding saves at Anfield on Sunday to help Pal
  3. Man City send Steven Gerrard reminder to Liverpool as Kevin De Bruyne hits back at critics

    By Simon Mullock It is almost 10 years since Steven Gerrard’s slip reduced Anfield to tears and allowed Manchester City to accelerate past Liverpool to become champions. City have served notice that they are once again ready to pounce should the Merseyside club lose their footing.
  4. Martin Odegaard theory emerges as secret Arsenal tactic spotted on Match of the Day

    By Nathan Ridley Arsenal affirmed their status as the Premier League's set-piece kings on Saturday, as the Gunners scored from another two against Crystal Palace . Mikel Arteta's title chasers ran out 5-0 winners , with their first two goals coming from corners - one headed in by Gab
  5. Aaron Ramsdale told when to leave Arsenal as January transfer decision looms

    By Stuart Jamieson & Tom Blow David Seaman wants Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale to resist a January transfer, amid interest from Newcastle and Chelsea . Ramsdale, 25, has lost his spot at the Emirates since David Raya was signed from Brentford on a season-long loan in August, wit
  6. Crystal Palace vs Brighton ends in predictable fashion despite Danny Welbeck heroics

    By Neil McLeman Brighton owner Tony Bloom celebrated a win double at the Amex Stadium last season when his Albion beat Palace after his horse had romped to victory at Cheltenham. The gambler also banked another £830,000 in bets. But anyone who bet against a 1-1 draw back at Selhur