Coming to watch his beloved Chelsea since the 1960s, Gary Owen has witnessed first-hand the changing matchday experience.
Romelu Lukaku had said he was not happy with the situation at Chelsea and indicated he didn’t like Thomas Tuchel’s style of play.
It has been an almost perfect 24 hours for City, which saw Liverpool - another rival for the title - surprisingly lose 1-0 at injury-hit Leicester.
Wolverhampton also won't now play at Arsenal on Tuesday, with Wolverhampton having already been prevented from hosting Watford on Sunday due to a lack of Watford players.
Delhi metro rail body to deposit Rs 1,000 crores in escrow account, ready to take over DAMEPL’s debt
DMRC also suggested taking over Reliance Infra’s debt to the extent of the award money.
The 55-60 ft high building has a big hall, four bedrooms, a spacious kitchen and a dedicated hall for Dhyan (meditation).
People are replacing tomatoes with tamarind in curries due to the high prices of the red fruit, a key ingredient in Indian curries.
Telangana irrigation officials said that they were against the preparation of the ‘handing over note’ of GLIS intake pumphouse at Gangaram and Geesukonda cross regulator on Kakatiya Canal.
Clubs raised concerns about the negative impacts FIFA's current proposals would have on player welfare, the fan experience, pre-season preparations and the quality of competitions.
West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna will miss a significant part of the season after picking up a serious knee injury in his side's 3-2 win against Liverpool.
The Norwegian boss is under intense pressure after a 5-0 home thumping by Liverpool and a one-sided 2-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City on Saturday.
The former Bournemouth boss succeeds Steve Bruce, who left the Premier League club by "mutual consent" on October 20.
Third-placed Liverpool can move within one point of Chelsea if they beat West Ham on Sunday.
United have now won just one of their last six Premier League games and could finish the day 11 points off the top of the table should Chelsea beat Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
The Italian, who has won league titles with Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan, was appointed Spurs' fourth manager in two years on Tuesday.