Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has praised his players, following their perfect start to the new season.
The Italian has told press, work is still to be done at the back, but couldn't of asked more of the club's attackers.
David Beckham has praised how smoothly the London Olympics went this Summer, and has said he was proud of how the nation worked together to form such a memorable fortnight.
Beckham was an ambassador for the Olympics, which was described my many as "one of the most remarkable and sensational Olympics" to remember.
Liverpool boss, Brendan Rodgers has labelled himself "a nutcase" if he was to let Andy Carroll go out on loan this season.
The striker has attracted interest from several Premier League outlets, including West Ham but the Liverpool gaffer has dismissed talk of the player leaving the club, whether it's on loan or permanently.
Matt Jarvis and Steven Fletcher are set to leave Wolves, following bids being accepted for the duo.
West Ham had made a £7.5m bid for winger, Jarvis, including add-ons, in which the fee would rise to £10m.
Roberto Di Matteo has praised new signing, Eden Hazard following his two performances in a Chelsea shirt.
Hazard proved to be an influential figure during last Sunday's clash at Wigan, setting up the first goal, as well as winning a penalty, converted by fellow team mate, Frank Lampard.
Newcastle manager, Alan Pardew has accepted FA's charge made against him, following an incident at the weekend involving the Magpies manager and a linesman.
The former West Ham manager, accordingly "pushed" the linesman nearest him during Newcastle's clash with Tottenham.
Reading were under a third of an hour away from pulling off this season's biggest shock, as they lead European champions, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues managed to pull back the lead, with their clinical finishing giving them the killer touch to take all three points.
QPR have taken swift action, once again, by confirming the arrival of defender, Ricardo Carvalho from Real Madrid.
The Portuguese international has been strongly linked with a move to Loftus Road, helping Mark Hughes' defensive issues.
Liverpool take on Hearts, in an all British affair this week in the Europa League, but will be minus two key players.
Gaffer, Brendan Rogers has taken the bold decision in resting captain, Steven Gerrard and striker, Luis Suarez.
Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck has renewed his stay at Old Trafford until 2016, ending speculation whether the English international would depart from the club, following the signing of Robin Van Persie.
Mark Hughes has looked to strengthen his defense, by closing in on Tottenham centre back, Michael Dawson, following their thrashing at home to Swansea City last Saturday.
The fee has been agreed between both clubs, and is estimated to range from £6m to £10m, depending on various add-ons.