The LMA has apologised for the wording of its press release on Thursday in relation to Malky Mackay.
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West Brom sign Georgios Samaras, Liverpool to hold more Mario Balotelli talks and Arsenal keen to strengthen.
Iain Moody has resigned from his role as sporting director of Crystal Palace with immediate effect, the club have announced.
Aaron Ramsey is confident Arsenal will meet the physical challenge presented by rivals Manchester City and Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger is adamant there are no regrets about not re-signing former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas this summer.
Tim Sherwood has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager's role at Crystal Palace.
Ronald Koeman has confirmed Southampton goalkeeper Artur Boruc has asked to move on from St Mary's.
A new report has revealed reports of alleged abuse in football more than trebled last season.
Paolo Guerrero admits he is still hoping to move back to Europe before the transfer window closes next month.
Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone insists his side can pile more misery on new Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert admits he may hand a debut to summer signing Joe Cole in Saturday’s game with Newcastle.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche is hopeful that he can further strengthen his squad before the close of the transfer window.
Malky Mackay says he will co-operate fully with an FA investigation into Cardiff's text message dossier.
Nigel Pearson aware of Leicester's strengths and weaknesses and will prepare them for Premier League tests accordingly.
Jamie Carragher is not convinced Mario Balotelli would get into the Liverpool starting XI ahead of Daniel Sturridge.
Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel is in talks with the club about his future.
Queens Park Rangers have confirmed the signing of Eduardo Vargas from Napoli on a season-long loan deal.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has said that Angel Di Maria has asked to leave the club.
If Arsenal want the title they must shut out the top teams, starting with Everton, says Jamie Redknapp.
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