April 24 2014 Latest news:
New programme provides support for grassroots clubs
Apart from one game, Daggers captain Abu Ogogo had been an ever-present in Wayne Burnett’s side until his absence from the team in the 1-0 loss to Chesterfield on Easter Monday.
Gordon Brasted Memorial Trophy quarter-final: Eton Manor 1 London APSA 2
Jonas Olsson is hoping to keep Andy Carroll quiet and help West Brom take a huge step to Premier League safety by beating West Ham in Saturday’s showdown at the Hawthorns.
Yaya Sanogo says he had his heart set on joining Arsenal from the moment he met manager Arsene Wenger last year.
Nacho Monreal has described young Spanish trio Julio Pleguezuelo, Jon Toral and Hector Bellerin as “the best of their age group” at Arsenal.
For most players, earning the man of the match award is cause for celebration – but not for Hugo Lloris.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker says there’s much more to come from Mesut Ozil next season.
Tottenham’s Zeki Fryers has hailed defensive partner Younes Kaboul after he started alongside the experienced Frenchman in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Fulham.
Tottenham midfielder Sandro has cooled his feud with Tim Sherwood after the head coach left him out of his matchday squad for last weekend’s clash against Fulham.
Tottenham midfielder Etienne Capoue has returned to training after two months on the sidelines.
Olivier Giroud has dismissed speculation linking him with a move away from Arsenal this summer – and says he is ready to sign a new contract.
Our scribe from the wonderful West Ham blog, Claret & Hugh, believes manager Sam Allardyce needs to make some drastic changes to the Hammers’ playing style...
Injury-plagued Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby is “fit and ready” to play again and could feature for the Under-21s against Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night, according to manager Arsene Wenger.
AFC Wimbledon could be deducted points by the Football League after fielding an ineligible player in their 4-3 win against Cheltenham Town last month.
Leyton Orient midfielder Dean Cox slammed referee Neil Swarbrick after he missed a blatant handball in Monday’s 3-1 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Chances were few and far between but Daggers boss Wayne Burnett felt his side should have picked up a point yesterday against promotion hopefuls Chesterfield.
Romford businesses got together for a good cause at a fundraising event.
Secretary Nicola Harris talks about how her club is shaking up the image of the WI.
As far as venues in the South East go, it’s up there with the most spectacular and it won’t be long before the gates of Windsor Castle are thrown open.