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  10. Arsenal say they have identified an image of the person who threw a bottle at Tottenham's Dele Alli on Wednesday and are "embarrassed" by the incident. England midfielder Alli, 22, was struck on the head by a plastic bottle during Spurs' 2-0 win in the Carabao Cup quarter-final at Emirates Stadium. Police are investigating the incident. "Anyone identified will receive a lengthy club ban and their details will be passed to the police to commence legal proceedings," said the club. Alli was hit by a bottle thrown from the crowd as Arsenal prepared to take a throw-in in the 73rd minute. Arsenal investigate allegations of anti-Semitism during Tottenham cup game The Metropolitan Police says it is working with Arsenal to try to identify the person responsible, but no arrests have been made. "We have all been embarrassed by the individual who threw a bottle at Dele Alli," Arsenal added in a statement. "Behaviour of this type has no place at Emirates Stadium and after analysing CCTV footage, which showed him leaving the stadium after throwing the bottle, we have identified an image of the suspect. "We are liaising with the Metropolitan Police and investigations continue in order to apprehend the culprit." The Football Association is aware of the incident and will support the police and clubs as they look into the matter. Alli will face no action for responding with a 2-0 gesture to fans - referencing the scoreline. Arsenal & Spurs fined for failing to control players in Premier League derby Pochettino applauds Alli's behaviour Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino praised Alli for the restraint he showed after being struck by the object thrown from the crowd. "It was an amazing reaction," Pochettino said in his news conference to preview Sunday's match with Everton. "In another country the player was going to be down on the pitch. Dele behaved really well. Arsenal should be grateful to him because the player could have gone down and created a massive problem. "I think the behaviour was top from Dele. Sometimes he is criticised but he was very mature." Arsenal's statement added: "We are not responsible for the actions of one individual, but send our apologies to Dele Alli and everyone at Tottenham Hotspur for this incident. "We do not tolerate any anti-social, discriminatory or violent behaviour at Arsenal Football Club." Crawley fan banned for three games for throwing bottle at official Pochettino added that Arsenal should not be punished for the actions of one person, claiming: "One person cannot create a mess in a club like Arsenal. "Arsenal is going to take a big decision, with responsibility to fix. People have to behave and celebrate and support your team but in the right way. "It's such a dangerous thing, if the bottle hit him on his head or his eyes we're then talking about a very bad thing. "There's no point when you go to enjoy a game and that happens." Alli had earlier scored the second goal and Spurs went on to reach the semi-finals with a 2-0 victory. Wednesday's incident follows a banana skin being thrown towards Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the Premier League match between the sides at the same venue on 2 December. The Spurs fan responsible was fined and banned from football for four years on Tuesday. BBC Radio 5 live pundit Dion Dublin, who was co-commentating on the game, said: "It's sad to see. It's mindless. Why would you do that? "It must have had water or something in it to reach Dele Alli. Why would you risk being idiots? "Just support your club, don't do ridiculous things like that." When asked about the incident after the game, Alli told Sky Sports: "It is what it is. It made the goal a bit sweeter and the win." An EFL spokesperson told BBC Sport the matter would be up to the Football Association to investigate, but they would "assist" if required.
  11. It's the most wonderful time of the year. It's also one of the most demanding for Premier League footballers. While their counterparts in France, Germany, Italy and Spain enjoy a winter break, every team in England's top flight will play four games between 21 December and 3 January. Of the 20 Premier League sides, Tottenham and Everton have the most demanding schedule - playing their four matches within the space of 10 days. In contrast, the league's top two sides - Liverpool and Manchester City - have more recovery time, with the former playing their fixtures over 14 days, and the latter 13. The Reds have almost 100 hours more recovery time than Spurs. But what of the rest of the division? Which clubs have been given a potential advantage? And which can feel hard done by at the games handed to them at a potentially crucial stage of the season? The top five Last season, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola warned that the demands of the schedule over the festive period would "kill players" after City faced Watford 48 hours after a New Year's Eve game. Premier League teams will have one more day's rest this year than they had in 2017, but all will still have to pack a quartet of matches into a relatively tight timeframe. Tottenham are the only side in the current top five who have just two days' rest between each of their games, after their trips to Everton and Cardiff were moved to 23 December and New Year's Day respectively for TV. Spurs will also be coming into this run of games in a month that has already seen them play six games in 18 days courtesy of their involvement in the Premier League, Champions League and Carabao Cup. Manchester City have an extra day of recovery time between each of their four fixtures, while Liverpool have two gaps of four days. Arsenal and Chelsea have it slightly tougher, but their schedule is still not as demanding as that facing Pochettino's side. Spurs also have some tricky opponents, with games against top-half sides Everton and Wolves, a match with a Bournemouth team who have only just dropped to 11th and a tough trip to Cardiff, who have won their past three at home. Unbeaten league-leaders Liverpool arguably have the hardest task on paper with regard to calibre of opponent, with the Reds facing three sides in the top half of the Premier League, including a festive-period-concluding, top-of-the-table tie at second-placed Manchester City. Southampton may feel a four-day rest between their first two games - against Huddersfield and West Ham - will assist them, but this is balanced out by just two days each to recover for tough matches against Manchester City and Chelsea. The festive period could be an opportunity for Huddersfield to make ground on their rivals - they face the other three teams in the bottom four - while Crystal Palace appear to have it toughest in terms of opponents, facing three of the top seven. Things, though, rarely pan out as expected. Fantasy football managers might want to bear this in mind when the inevitable squad rotation occurs, scuppering all best laid plans for a bumper festive score. Driving away for Christmas It is not just the players putting in the yards this Christmas and new year. Premier League fans will be trekking up and down the country to watch their teams play. Newcastle supporters will travel the furthest, covering 440 miles to visit Liverpool and Watford in their two away fixtures. At the other end of the scale are Chelsea, whose supporters have a comfortable 30 miles to navigate for their matches at Watford and Crystal Palace.
  12. Sunderland's Stadium of Light ground will host the biggest third-tier crowd for 39 years for their Boxing Day game against Bradford City. Sales have surpassed the League One record of 38,256 for Leeds United's game against Gillingham in May 2008. The crowd will be the highest at this level since the 1979 Sheffield derby, which attracted 49,309 fans. It will also be Sunderland's biggest since the club were relegated from the Premier League in 2016-17. "What a phenomenal achievement by our supporters and what a statement to the football world that Sunderland is on its way back," executive director Charlie Methven said. The Wearsiders will also officially rename the south stand the 'Roker End' at the game. They are currently third in the table under manager Jack Ross and bidding to return to the Championship at the first attempt. English football's third tier was rebranded as League One in 2004, having been Division Two from 1992, and Division Three before that.
  13. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's appointment as Manchester United coach has made big headlines in Norway, with players, fans and even the prime minister expressing their pride. The Norwegian Manchester United Supporters' Club has got a lot of new members and sold many extra trips to Manchester since the news broke, says official Dan Langerod. Solskjaer has chance of full-time role Why Solskjaer is a Man Utd legend "The biggest Norwegian football news of all time," gushed daily Dagsavisen. "A Norwegian man becomes manager in the world's most famous football club. No, not the best, but the most iconic and notorious. This is the world's largest trainer job. Nothing less." "Manchester United doesn't need a person that stands in the way," said daily Dagbladet. "They need a friendly soul. They need someone everyone can gather around. They need someone who never thought about putting themselves or their own agenda in front of the club's. They need a legend." On Twitter, the celebrations continued. "Solskjaer back with United - as manager! It doesn't get bigger than this", said sports commentator Oyvind Alsaker. "We have the world's best male handball player, the world's best female football player. And now we have the manager in the world's biggest football club. Totally logical," added football player Mini Jakobsen. "Solskjaer new manager for Man U. That's just insane!! Being a Norwegian and having the pleasure of playing with and against him, I am so proud of him! It's a great opportunity for him as a manager. This shows everything is possible with hard work! I wish him all the best," said former Liverpool and Norway player John Arne Riise. Even Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg joined in the celebration. "Great day for Norwegian football. Good luck keeping control of the Red Devils, @olegs26_ole," she tweeted. Leader of the opposition Jonas Gahr Store also chimed in. "Ole Gunnar Solskjaer becomes manager of Manchester United. We must all be proud! Remember the lesson you received from Sir Alex: 'Individual players score goals, teams win matches!' Important on the football field as in the community! Go Ole Gunnar!" But drama ensued when it was revealed that Solskjaer's first match with Manchester United would not be broadcast on Norwegian TV. "It's nice that an old Liverpool supporter has got a job in Manchester," said Pal Christian Moller, chairman of Liverpool FC Supporters' Club Norway, to daily Dagbladet. "As far as the TV match on Boxing Day is concerned, we expect TV2 to stand by their earlier decision and broadcast the Liverpool game and not Manchester United game this time. "TV2 chose United last time. There will be plenty of protests if the same happens again." A "Solskjaer effect" is not acceptable, Moller said: "Us supporters stand behind the team, not the fact that a Norwegian has an important role." But Langerod from the Norwegian Manchester United Supporters' Club would not let the TV war get in the way of the fandom. "It's not about Manchester United against Liverpool, but how huge this is for Norway," he said to Dagbladet. "How much in Norwegian sports history has actually been bigger than that of a Norwegian taking over the world's biggest football club? "Solskjaer now dominates the media scene around the world. The whole world is with him."
  14. Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri says he is putting the Championship club up for sale. The Thai businessman, who bought the Owls in 2015, told a fans' forum he would put the club on the market. The Owls are currently 18th in the Championship, with fans unhappy with manager Jos Luhukay, and were under a transfer embargo which ended in August. "I will put this club on the market. I believe many people want to buy," Chansiri told the forum. Chansiri bought the club from former Portsmouth and Leicester City owner Milan Mandaric almost four years ago. But recently then the club has seen problems off the field, with the Owls placed under a transfer embargo between April and August this year after breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules. Under the English Football League's profitability and sustainability rules clubs are not allowed to post losses in excess of £39m over three years without punishment. The last available financial figures show the Owls lost more than £20m in 2016-17, an increase of £15m on the previous year. Wednesday made just one permanent signing and two loan signings before the transfer window closed at the end of August. "The EFL changed the regulations at the end of last season. We didn't just break (FFP rules) a little, we broke them a lot - eight figures," he added to the forum. "We have problems with FFP, so it is hard, but we will try our best. "I am not looking to next season, I am looking now to solve FFP and how we can make this season as good as we can. "If we can solve those problems now, then next season can be better." Analysis BBC Radio Sheffield sport editor Andy Giddings: "The Sheffield Wednesday fans forum was at times heated which is understandable given the recent performances of the team. "An emotional Chansiri then saved the most striking bit until last in announcing that he'd listen to offers for the club; A surprise move but not a total shock as there'd been rumours of talks in the background for a month or so. "Both sides gave as good as they got in the debate about various issues, not least the future of the manager Jos Luhukay, but with other points more questions were left than answers."