• PA Media: Sport

    Mikel Arteta says Arsenal face ‘huge marathon’ to try and dethrone Man City

    Arteta was name-checked by friend and former colleague Pep Guardiola in the aftermath of City’s 3-3 draw with Spurs.

  • The Independent

    Manchester City charged for Erling Haaland’s anger at referee in Tottenham game

    Erling Haaland led the berating of official Simon Hooper after he failed to play advantage when Jack Grealish was clean through late on in the 3-3 draw

  • The Canadian Press

    Coaches, teammates weigh in on Canada captain Christine Sinclair

    VANCOUVER — Some quotes about Canada captain Christine Sinclair, who calls time on her international soccer career on Tuesday with one final outing against Australia at Vancouver's B.C. Place Stadium: "She's irreplaceable. That's the one word that comes to mind. On the pitch, off the pitch, it's actually really weird to imagine life in camp without Christine. I've experienced it a couple of times but it wasn't for ever." — Canada coach Bev Priestman. --- "Something she always says is she wanted

  • The Canadian Press

    Man City charged by English FA after Haaland and others surrounded ref during Tottenham draw

    LONDON (AP) — Manchester City was charged on Monday after Erling Haaland and other players surrounded the referee because the match official failed to play advantage for a potential scoring chance late in the 3-3 draw with Tottenham in the English Premier League. The English Football Association alleged that City “failed to ensure their players do not behave in a way which is improper.” Haaland was particularly angry with referee Simon Hooper's decision to not play advantage and continued his co