Big Sam is open to bringing Nicolas Anelka under his wing. The West Ham United manager gave Anelka a new lease of life when he managed the mercurial striker at Bolton Wanderers. I don’t know about you, but I’d love to see Anelka playing in the Premier League again as long as he wasn’t on the bench sulking each week.
Before I jump into today’s news headlines, I want to give you a heads-up that today will be the last Daily EPL (and Nightly EPL) for one week. I’ll be taking a break for a week, but normal service will resume beginning next Sunday.
Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- Sam Allardyce open to Nicolas Anelka deal to bring French Striker to Hammers — Sky Sports
- QPR owner Tony Fernandes last night apologised to the club’s fans — The Independent
- Arsene Wenger scoffs at AVB claim that Tottenham were in control — The Mail
- Roy Keane is suing Sunderland four years after leaving — The Mirror
- Alan Hansen’s MOTD trolling continues as he mocks Man City captain Vincent Kompany — 101GG
- The days when Gazza was the ringleader in Channel 4’s Italian job — The Guardian
- Brendan Rodgers has explained the tactical shift that helped Liverpool overrun Wigan — Liverpool FC
- Phil Parkes says Tony Fernandes should replace Mark Hughes with Harry Redknapp — Sky Sports
- Hillsborough: Fears of delay and duplication — The Independent
- Foster should be providing competition for England keeper, says Gordon Banks — The Mirror
- Match of the Day first colour show – 43 years on — The Mail
- Norwich ready to bring Robbie Keane back to the Premier League — The Mirror
- Newcastle are threatening to take FIFA and Senegal to court following a furious row — The Sun
- What’s the point of a £5bn league if England can’t make it to the World Cup? — The Mail
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