Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Your Club Today

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Your Club Today

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Arsenal Played 35, W 19, D 11, L 5

Arsenal Ladies won their 10th FA Cup - their fourth on the trot - to remain on course for the Treble. Goals from Katie Chapman and Kim Little saw off Sunderland 2-1 at Pride Park, and secured a 31st trophy for retiring boss Vic Akers.


Next game Tonight Man United (home, CL)

Chelsea Played 35, W 22, D 8, L 5

Middlesbrough keeper Ross Turnbull is a surprise summer target for Chelsea. The 24-year-old will soon be out of contract and scouts searching for Petr Cech's back-up keeper have been keeping a close eye on him.

POINTS 74 Next game Tomorrow Barcelona (home, CL)

Fulham Played 35, W 12, D 11, L 12

Keeper Mark Schwarzer will spend longer back in Australia this summer after Fulham booked three-game tour Down Under. They will face Gold Coast United in Robina on 8 July, Melbourne Victory on 11 July and Perth Glory on 15 July.

POINTS 47 Next game Saturday Aston Villa (home)

Tottenham Played 35, W 13, D 8, L 14

Ipswich boss Roy Keane wants to make Giovani Dos Santos's loan move permanent but fears he will miss out on the Spurs star, who scored four goals in eight games. Keane said: "It's fairly unrealistic that we can get him to the club."

POINTS 47 Next game Saturday Everton (away)

West Ham Played 35, W 13, D 9, L 13

Carlton Cole and James Collins have stepped up their rehab programmes. Striker Cole is back in full training after a groin injury and hopes to face Liverpool while defender Collins (calf) could also return on Saturday.

POINTS 48 Next game Saturday Liverpool (home)

Charlton Played 46, W 8, D 15, L 23

Phil Parkinson has hinted he will be manager next season by revealing his summer plans. He said: "Over the last three months we've been here, there and everywhere. People think managers spend the summer on the beach - they don't."

POINTS 39 Finished 24th (relegated)

Crystal Palace Played 46, W 15, D 12, L 19

Neil Warnock is delighted right-back Nathaniel Clyne has signed a three-year contract. The manager said: "He is by no means one of the club's top earners but this deal puts him up to where he should be."

POINTS 57 Finished 15th

QPR Played 46, W 15, D 16, L 15

Gareth Ainsworth believes the club will challenge next season - if key players stay fit. …

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