Wenger gives Walcott ultimatum
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has given Theo Walcott a two-month ultimatum to sign a new deal - or risk being sold in January.
Chelsea vowed to ban for life any fans who racially abused John Obi Mikel.
Tony Pulis has assured his Stoke players that Michael Owen must fight for a starting place.
Chris Hughton has been told to expect an emotional welcome when he returns to Newcastle for the first time since being sacked.
Brad Friedel has branded Fabien Barthez "ignorant" and "disrespectful" for poking his nose into Tottenham's affairs.
Mark Hughes is keeping tabs on Spurs outcast Michael Dawson in the hope of getting him to join QPR in January.
Paul Lambert believes it would be "ridiculous" if Southampton were to sack Nigel Adkins - and says Stephen Warnock needed to go to Bolton to be "happy".
Sir Alex Ferguson has written a letter to the club's fans in an attempt to ensure they respect the tributes that will be paid to the 96 who died at Hillsborough.
Arsene Wenger wants Theo Walcott to sign a new deal within two months.
Arsene Wenger fears a massive Manchester City sponsorship deal could make a 'mockery' of financial fair play.
Tony Pulis says he would be forced to quit as Stoke boss if he had told Michael Owen he was guaranteed a starting place.
Crystal Palace chief Steve Parish has blasted Wigan manager Roberto Martinez for trying to unsettle Wilfried Zaha.
Paul Lambert insists talk of Southampton sacking Nigel Adkins is ridiculous.
Didier Drogba has revealed he does not regret leaving Chelsea and wants to stay in China.
Leeds are out to land Belgian winger Anthony Vanden Borre on a one-year deal.
Mikael Silvestre is poised for a move to Indian club Dodsal FC.
Theo Walcott has been warned he will not start for Arsenal again until he signs a new contract at the Emirates.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has written to the club's fans calling for them to "stand with our great neighbours Liverpool" and "pay tribute to their campaign for justice".
Anfield legend Robbie Fowler has called on the hatred between Liverpool and Manchester United to end once and for all.
Roberto Mancini has told Mario Balotelli to get used to being a part-time superstar for Manchester City.
Hugo Lloris insists he is happy to bide his time to become No 1 at Tottenham.
QPR boss Mark Hughes reckons three more months on the bench will persuade Michael Dawson his time at Spurs is up.
Fulham manager Martin Jol shrugged off the loss of his two top stars and insisted: Dimitar Berbatov is here to stay.
Margaret Aspinall, whose son James died at Hillsborough, has issued a heartfelt plea for an end to "chanting obscenities over a disaster" ahead of Liverpool's clash with Manchester United tomorrow.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton will lay a floral tribute to the 96 Hillsborough victims before the start of Liverpool's game with Manchester United.
Roberto Mancini insists his patience with Marion Balotelli is 'endless'.
Mark Hughes hopes Michael Dawson can be persuaded to join QPR in January after being frozen out by Andre Villas-Boas.
Steve Kean will spend a nervous weekend sweating on his future after a Lukas Jutkiewicz double condemned Blackburn to a surprise defeat by Middlesbrough.
Arsene Wenger has told Theo Walcott to agree a new contract quickly - or else he will sell him.
Sir Alex Ferguson has written to every Manchester United fan who will attend tomorrow's highly-charged game at Anfield appealing for an end to the hatred.
Mario Balotelli can have as many cigarettes as he wants, but Roberto Mancini says there is no smoking gun aimed at the maverick striker.