For a change, our lead story in tonight’s Nightly EPL column is a feel-good story about soccer fans from around the world, including two Premier League footballers, who went on a mission to save Spanish club Real Oviedo from going out of existence.
It’s a wonderful story by Sid Lowe that’s certainly worth reading.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Real Oviedo: the remarkable story of a club the world (including Michu and Cazorla) united to save — The Guardian
- Arsenal want pay cuts for Champions League failure in new contracts — The Guardian
- Man City to loan out Joleon Lescott in January transfer window — The Telegraph
- Marouane Fellaini can get Everton to top-four finish, says Arteta — The Guardian
- Man who killed a Liverpool football fan at a bar in London was jailed for life — The Independent
- Clint Dempsey ‘grateful’ to Fulham as he prepares to return with Spurs — The Guardian
- Clattenburg affair a sad comment on today’s footballing culture — Soccer Report Extra
- Manchester duo pull clear of pack and set up derby of some significance — The Guardian
- Former Liverpool schoolboy Nigel Adkins relishing return to Anfield as Southampton manager — The Independent
- Jermain Defoe vows to end career at Tottenham — The Sun
- Chelsea name 23-man squad for Club World Cup — Chelsea FC
- Shinji Kagawa wins inaugural Asian Player of the Year award — The Independent
- Newcastle and Sunderland locked in fight against a dangerous grey area — The Guardian
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