Hooligan Premier League Roundup: Arsene Wenger Tells Fans He’s Going Nowhere

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Referee Mike Jones will not take charge of a Premier League fixture this weekend after booking Sergio Aguero for diving

Premier League referee Mike Jones will be the fourth official during West Ham’s home game against Swansea on Sunday – a week after wrongly showing Sergio Aguero a yellow card for diving.

Wilfried Bony is the Premier League’s top scorer in 2014, ahead of Sergio Aguero, Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge

Anyone who has witnessed the intensity of Wilfried Bony at close quarters will not be surprised that numerically he’s been the most effective striker in the Premier League in 2014. But they might have been a little shocked to hear him say on Saturday that tallies do not always matter.

Christmas commitment upsets Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal

The Dutchman is sad that he will not get to see his loved ones much during the festive season because of the English game’s traditional heavy schedule, but also feels the programme – which could include four games in nine days – places an unfair burden on players.

Chelsea to offer Manager Jose Mourinho lucrative new contract

Chelsea are ready to tie Jose Mourinho down to a new contract after speculation linking him with the Barcelona job.

Super stupid Mario! Liverpool ace Balotelli faces FA probe for sharing ‘antisemitic’ post

Mario Balotelli is facing a Football Association investigation after an image containing antisemitic language was posted on one of his social media accounts last night.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho hits out at UEFA’s “contradictory” Financial Fair Play regulations

Jose Mourinho has branded UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations a “contradiction” as they only serve to protect Europe’s biggest clubs.

Joe Hart locked in negotiations over new Manchester City contract

Joe Hart’s contract negotiations with Manchester City could drag on into the new year with the goalkeeper locked in protracted discussions.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero named Player of the Year by The Football Supporters’ Federation

Sergio Aguero spoke of his delight after named Player of the Year by the Football Supporters’ Federation on Monday. The Manchester City striker picked up the award at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London.

Arsene Wenger tells Arsenal fans he is going nowhere: ‘I started to manage a team at the top level in 1983… if I am completely useless tactically, I am a genius’

Arsene Wenger launched a passionate defense of his Arsenal reign after supporters called on him to quit on Saturday.

Arsenal AGREE to meet Palermo’s £31m asking price for Man Utd target Paulo Dybala

The Argentine has emerged as Palermo’s main striker this term with nine goals, attracting interest from Premier League pair Arsenal and Manchester United. And according to today’s reports in Italy, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is prepared to pay the inflated price in ongoing negotiations between the two clubs.