Gerrard Double Seals Reds Victory
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard scored twice from the penalty spot to ensure a 3-0 victory over Manchester United.
Skipper wants drought to end
After the match, Gerrard also back Liverpool to end their 24-year league title drought.
London is Red
Arsenal beat Spurs at White Hart Lane, their third win over their North London rival this season. Tomas Rosicky scored the only goal of the game after just one minute.
Following the defeat to Arsenal, Tim Sherwood believes that "patience is needed" of he is to succeed in White Hart Lane.
Mourinho wants Foy to stop officiating Chelsea's games
After last Saturday's defeat at Villa Park, where Willian, Ramires, and himself was sent-off, Mourinho believes that it would be better if Chris Foy did not officiate Chelsea's matches.
Bruce claims no spitting
Steve Bruce believes that George Boyd, did not spat at Joe Hart when the two clashed at last Saturday's game. Boyd will hear from The FA whether he'll face any sanction or not.
Vincent Kompany, who was sent-off in the same match, will also wait on FA's investigation regarding his alleged "obscene" hand gesture.
Southampton midfield enforcer, Morgan Schneiderlin, does not rule out the possibility of playing for England's national team should the opportunity arise.
Injury Worry for Walker
Kyle Walker who was out of yesterday's North London derby, is struggling with pelvic injury though Tim Sherwood is unsure whether the right back will need operation or not.
FA launches new initiative against Racism
The FA, launches a new campaign called "Reporting Discrimination". The campaign featured several short films intended to eradicate racism.
US$10 million for Ghana
Ghana's government has approved a budget of nearly US$ 10 million to cover Ghana's national team expenses during the World Cup.
Expert warns of Dengue fever outbreak
Health experts warns Brazil's government of a possible dengue fever outbreak in some host cities.
To bolster defense during World Cup, security authorities in Brazil will set-up no-fly zone surrounding the match venues.
Japan's Secret Weapon? Why Pokemon of course
Pikachu and his friends has been selected by Adidas to be Japan's mascot during the World Cup.