Football News – Goetze wanted by Wenger, Everton set to tempt Spurs with bid, Andre Villas-Boas won’t sacrifice attacking principles

Andre Villas-Boas will not change his attacking principles in light of Saturday’s defensive collapse: “Attacking football is part of the British culture, not my culture. It should be the pride of English football and I think it is. So we shouldn’t turn things around. Everyone is praising a strong, attacking team like Man City and we are exactly the same.” Whether it proves the right philosophy remains to be seen, but having lost 3 games out of the opening 10 the Chelsea boss needs to find the right balance and quick.

Elsewhere in the news an Indian consortium is looking into a possible Everton buyout; Roberto Martinez already feeling the pressure, while Newcastle United fans praised as a major factor in the Magpies excellent start.


Everton buyout explored by investors

Gerrard to find out extent of new injury

Newcastle United fans the reason for excellent start

Roberto Martinez feeling relegation pressure already

Nemanja Vidic praised on his United return

Andre Villas-Boas goes on the attack

Manchester City spending defended


Transfer Talk

Moyes makes move to bring Pienaar back to Goodison – People

Mario Goetze eyed by Arsenal as Wenger plots January bid – Metro

Kolo considers quitting City over image rights row  – Mirror

Man City misfit set for Baggies switch in January  – Mirror

City ‘consider swapping Carlos Tevez for Ezequiel Lavezzi’ – Metro

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