Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Your Club Today

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

An excellent chip by Fran Merida earned the reserves a 1-1 draw at West Brom last night. He struck in the 34th minute, latching onto a pass from Emmanuel-Thomas to scoop the ball over

the advancing Dean Kiely.


Next game Sunday Chelsea (home)

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

Midfielder Jack Cork wants talks with the club over his long-term future. The 19-year-old was on loan at Southampton and Watford this season and has looked impressive, attracting interest from other sides.


Next game Sunday Arsenal away)

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

Roy Hodgson is interested in Liverpool winger Gary MacKay-Steven. The 18-year-old moved from Ross County in 2007 and agent David Threlfall said: "Fulham have invited him down to London next week to have a look at him."


Next game Saturday Aston Villa (home)

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

Kevin Bond says Tottenham are looking at ways of curing their travel sickness. Spurs have lost 10 games on the road this season and assistant boss Bond said: "We're looking at how we can improve that away form and be more resolute."


Next game Saturday Everton (away)

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

James Tomkins claims the change in style under Gianfranco Zola has improved his own game. The defender said: "I prefer it as it gives you so much confidence when you've got good players around you and everyone's keeping the ball."


Next game Saturday Liverpool (home)

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

Jonjo Shelvey helped England to a 1-1 draw in the opening game of the European Under 17 Championships. Shelvey, who scored four goals for the Addicks this season, came off the bench in the match in Gera, Germany.



24th (relegated)

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

Shefki Kuqi has been offered a new contract by the Eagles, although there are still serious doubts the Finnish striker will accept the terms on offer, which are considerably less than the [pounds sterling]13,000-a-week he currently enjoys.


Finished 15th

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

Bradford look set to sign Rangers defender Zesh Rehman on a permanent basis. …

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