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Louis van Gaal shows ruthless streak as Manchester United manager blasts Paddy McNair

Louis van Gaal proved he is not afraid to make tough decisions when understituting Paddy McNair after just 38 minutes of Manchester United's 2-1 win at Southampton, with the Dutch boss also showing his ruthless streak when asked about that decision in a post-match interview. The Red Devils were fortunate to come away from St Mary's Stadium with a fifth straight Premier League victory following a sloppy all-round display, with the clinical finishing of Robin van Persie coming to their rescue. Any number of United players could have been brought off as they repeatedly gave away possession, but Van Gaal singled out young defender McNair as the major culprit, replacing him with Ander Herrera and switching Michael Carrick into defence. The fact that Van Gaal made such a bold move after Chris Smalling had already limped off, forcing Jonny Evans into action for the first time in three months, indicates he is not someone to mess about when things are going wrong. "Paddy didn’t have any confidence," said Van Gaal on Sky Sports. "He had already given away three big chances. It’s very disappointing for me and for Paddy also, but I had to because as a manager I’m responsible to win. After the change we played a little bit better. "Of course it’s tough but it’s also in his best interests. I have made a lot of changes. It is only one match. All of the boys can survive such things and it’s only one moment." Van Gaal admitted United were lucky to maintain their impressive run of results, with this triumph pushing them above the Saints and West Ham up into third place in the Premier League table, but he was delighted with Van Persie's contribution. "I think Southampton played better than Manchester United - so I think we were lucky," Van Gaal  added. "We gave the ball away too easily in the first half and didn’t have very good positional play. "The first goal was a present from Southampton, but the second was very nice because I thought the goalkeeper was coming out but he didn’t, so we were very lucky." 

Liverpool vs Basel Champions League tips, kick-off time and team news from Anfield

Liverpool go into tonight's crucial Champions League clash with Basel knowing that only a win will be good enough to see them qualify from Group B, with Anfield set to be rocking for this 19.45 GMT kick-off. After picking up just four points from their first five fixtures in this pool, the Reds will be grateful for the fact they still have a chance to progress and manager Brendan Rodgers has urged his side to seize that opportunity. "We would have taken this situation when the draw was made," said Rodgers. "It will be a great night and, obviously, it is up to us to get the job done. This is a competition that has a great history here for Liverpool and it is a chance for the players to qualify and make sure they write themselves into folklore. "We don't need to win the game in the first minute, I think that is the key. European football is technical and tactical and it is understanding that we just need to win the game – we have 90 minutes plus to do that. "We have to maintain our patience, play a good technical game – which is what this team has been used to in the past couple of seasons – and we always have to have our concentration and focus. If we can do that, I believe we have a great chance, aligned with the supporters and the passion they put in." Liverpool will be without Mario Balotelli (hamstring), Daniel Sturridge (thigh), Mamadou Sakho (thigh) and Jon Flanagan (knee) through injury, while Ivan Ivanov (knee) and Giovanni Sio (knee) are sidelined for Basel. The Swiss side prevailed 1-0 in the reverse fixture at St Jakob Park, with Marco Streller netting the vital goal, and Paulo Sousa is hoping his team can hold their nerve in what is sure to be a white-hot atmosphere. He said: "We know the realities. We know they are a historic club and we know about everything around them – the investments, the quality of the players. "We have the ambition and courage to keep being successful. We want to do things how we usually do things, with happiness in our game, putting them under pressure, and then hopefully we can have another magical night and another historic step for this fantastic club. "Our players are more solid and clearer in everything we do and we are in a good moment, and hopefully we perform well and put Liverpool under pressure. If we achieve qualification it is a dream. It is something we are looking for, it is something we deserve." Liverpool have been struggling for goals this season, with Luis Suarez having left for Barcelona, Sturridge being out injured and Balotelli yet to impress, but captain marvel Steven Gerrard will be fired up for this clash and is taken to lead the Reds to a narrow victory that will see them advance. Prediction: Liverpool 2 Basel 1

Dover Athletic and Blyth Spartans delighted with FA Cup third round draw

Dover Athletic and Blyth Spartans will be dreaming of more FA Cup glory after being handed home ties against Crystal Palace and Birmingham City respectively in the third round draw. Conference Premier outfit Dover sprang a surprise when winning 1-0 at Cheltenham on Sunday and will set their sights on claiming a Premier League scalp after being paired with the Eagles. "It's an absolutely fantastic draw for us," said chairman Jim Parmenter. "It's the most local Premiership club to us. I'm sure it will be a sell-out and the town will really get behind us - it is going to be a fantastic day." Northern Premier side Blyth are the lowest-ranked club left in the competition and they will look to follow up a famous win over local rivals Hartlepool by edging out Championship team Birmingham. "We were expecting a Premier League team and that would have been really, really great for the players and the fans," said vice-chairman Kevin Scott. "But it's not a bad draw and I know for a fact they'll not like playing on a close pitch." Among the other ties is a repeat of last season's FA Cup final as Arsenal entertain Hull City at Emirates Stadium, with the Gunners having prevailed 3-2 when the same teams met at Wembley in May. Liverpool's trip to AFC Wimbledon will also rekindle memories of a past decider, while Manchester United face a trip to Accrington Stanley or Yeovil and Chelsea will host Watford at Stamford Bridge. FA Cup third round draw 1 Arsenal v Hull City   2 Southampton v Ipswich Town   3 Stoke City v Wrexham   4 Charlton Athletic v Blackburn Rovers   5 Dover Athletic v Crystal Palace   6 AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool   7 Manchester City v Sheffield Wednesday   8 Aldershot or Rochdale v Nottingham Forest   9 West Brom v Gateshead   10 Blyth Spartans v Birmingham City   11 Aston Villa v Blackpool   12 Rotherham United v AFC Bournemouth   13 Huddersfield Town v Reading   14 Oxford United or Tranmere Rovers v Swansea City   15 Cardiff City v Colchester United   16 Bolton Wanderers v Wigan Athletic   17 Sunderland v Leeds United   18 Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur   19 Millwall v Bradford City   20 Derby County v Southport   21 Brentford v Brighton & Hove Albion   22 Fulham v Wolves   23 Leicester City v Newcastle United   24 Scunthorpe United or Worcester City v Chesterfield   25 Everton v West Ham United   26 Cambridge United or Mansfield Town v Bury or Luton Town   27 Chelsea v Watford   28 Barnsley or Chester v Middlesbrough   29 Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield United   30 Accrington Stanley or Yeovil Town v Manchester United   31 Preston North End v Norwich City   32 Doncaster Rovers v Bristol City   Ties will be played across the weekend commencing January 3

Chelsea FC transfer news - Liverpool FC star Raheem Sterling set to replace Eden Hazard

Rumours are rife that Chelsea could be planning a shock transfer raid on Liverpool for Raheem Sterling as fears grow that the Blues could lose Eden Hazard to Paris Saint-Germain next summer. Hazard was linked with a move to PSG before the start of this season but the French giants were hampered by Financial Fair Play regulations after already splashing the cash to take David Luiz from Stamford Bridge. However, with doubts over whether the likes of Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi will be leaving in the near future, there will be more room to manoeuvre at the end of the current campaign. Hazard has earned plenty of plaudits for his performances in the Premier League this term, but there is still believed to be a cloud hanging over his relationship with Jose Mourinho. The Blues boss has often questioned the Belgium playmaker's work-rate when it comes to tracking back and such concerns could surface again as Chelsea stumble through a rare rocky patch. Finding a replacement will not be easy, but Sterling has also received rave reviews for his performances over the past 12 months, even though Liverpool have yet to find top gear this season. The pacy England starlet has just turned 20 and can only get better and better over the coming years as he adds even more consistency to his obvious skills. Reds teammates will readily admit that Sterling is also not short of determination on the training ground when it comes to doing the dirty work of winning back possession. Brendan Rodgers has always been a big advocate of every player being responsible for all-round tasks, rather than just operating as luxury items going forward, and Sterling is a good example of that. The winger was born in Kingston, Jamaica, but emigrated to London at the age of five and spent seven years in the QPR youth system, so switching back to the capital city could also suit.

What time is the FA Cup draw? Minnows hope to get Premier League big fish in third round

Football fans the world over will be waiting for the FA Cup third round draw at 19.00 GMT tonight, with non-league minnows such as Blyth Spartans and Dover Athletic hoping to be paired with Premier League giants such as Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea. The ties will take place between January 3 and 5 but the excitement begins this evening as speculation immediately starts over possible giant-killing acts. Blyth have already secured a famous upset when claiming a last-gasp 2-1 triumph away to local League Two rivals Hartlepool on Friday and facing Newcastle United or Sunderland would now be a dream tie for the North-East outfit. Dover edged out Cheltenham and are joined in the pot by fellow Conference clubs Wrexham, Southport and Gateshead, while non-league teams Worcester City and Aldershot are also in there but face second-round replays. Former England captain Alan Shearer will help to make the draw at Hull aquarium The Deep, with the BBC2 cameras covering the action on TV and via live online streaming. Check out whether any minnows land one of the big fish when the balls come out! Third round draw numbers 1 AFC BOURNEMOUTH2 ARSENAL3 ASTON VILLA4 BIRMINGHAM CITY5 BLACKBURN ROVERS6 BLACKPOOL7 BOLTON WANDERERS8 BRENTFORD9 BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION10 BURNLEY11 CARDIFF CITY12 CHARLTON ATHLETIC13 CHELSEA14 CRYSTAL PALACE15 DERBY COUNTY16 EVERTON17 FULHAM18 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN19 HULL CITY20 IPSWICH TOWN21 LEEDS UNITED22 LEICESTER CITY23 LIVERPOOL24 MANCHESTER CITY25 MANCHESTER UNITED26 MIDDLESBROUGH27 MILLWALL28 NEWCASTLE UNITED29 NORWICH CITY30 NOTTINGHAM FOREST31 QUEENS PARK RANGERS32 READING33 ROTHERHAM UNITED34 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY35 SOUTHAMPTON36 STOKE CITY37 SUNDERLAND38 SWANSEA CITY39 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR40 WATFORD41 WEST BROMWICH ALBION42 WEST HAM UNITED43 WIGAN ATHLETIC44 WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS45 OXFORD UNITED OR TRANMERE ROVERS46 BURY OR LUTON TOWN47 WREXHAM48 SCUNTHORPE UNITED OR WORCESTER CITY49 COLCHESTER UNITED50 AFC WIMBLEDON51 ACCRINGTON STANLEY OR YEOVIL TOWN52 BLYTH SPARTANS53 CHESTERFIELD54 SOUTHPORT55 GATESHEAD56 DONCASTER ROVERS57 PRESTON NORTH END58 BARNSLEY OR CHESTER59 BRADFORD CITY60 SHEFFIELD UNITED61 DOVER ATHLETIC62 CAMBRIDGE UNITED OR MANSFIELD TOWN63 BRISTOL CITY64 ALDERSHOT TOWN OR ROCHDALE

Champions League fixtures, permutations and predictions - Key groups still to be decided

Eleven teams have already qualified for the Champions League knockout stages, but five places are still up for grabs going into the final round of group games and we've got all the crucial fixtures, permutations and predictions. Holders Real Madrid and last season's beaten finalists Atletico Madrid are safely through, along with Arsenal, Chelsea, Barcelona, Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Porto and Shakhtar Donetsk. However, there is still plenty left to play for in several of the pools: Tuesday, December 9 Group A  Olympiacos v MalmoJuventus v Atletico Madrid Olympiacos can still go through if they win and Juventus lose, but the Italians are fancied to grind out a draw that will see them progress. Group B Liverpool v BaselReal Madrid v Ludogorets Liverpool have to beat Basel to qualify and, with Anfield sure to be rocking for such a crucial night, Steven Gerrard can lead the Reds to another big European triumph. Group C Monaco v ZenitBenfica v Bayer Leverkusen Monaco have scored just two goals in five games but will join Bayer in advancing if avoiding defeat versus Zenit and, with Dimitar Berbatov back on form, the French outfit are tipped to make sure with a win. Group D Galatasaray v ArsenalBorussia Dortmund v Anderlecht Dortmund and Arsenal are already through, with the German side just needing a point to top the table. Wednesday, December 10 Group E Roma v Manchester CityBayern Munich v CSKA Moscow Manchester City need to win and hope CSKA don't if they are to advance alongside Bayern, but the Blues have injury problems and Roma get the nod to knock them out. Group F Barcelona v Paris Saint-GermainAjax v APOEL Barca and PSG are through, with the Catalan giants taken to snatch top spot with a Nou Camp victory. Group G Chelsea v Sporting LisbonMaribor v Schalke Schalke have to win and hope Sporting lose, but Chelsea have nothing to play for and need to rest players, so back the Portuguese side to secure a vital draw at Stamford Bridge. Group H Porto v Shakhtar DonetskAthletic Bilbao v BATE Borisov Porto and Shakhtar are guaranteed to progress, while Athletic will finish third and make the Europa League if avoiding defeat.

Southampton vs Man Utd expert tips - Jamie Redknapp prediction is for St Mary's draw

Manchester United travel to Southampton tonight seeking a fifth straight Premier League success but Jamie Redknapp reckons the Red Devils may have to settle for picking up just one point at St Mary's Stadium. The Saints lost at home for the first time this term when crushed 3-0 by Manchester City last weekend and also tasted defeat at Arsenal on Wednesday, but Ronald Koeman's side are tipped to stop the rot here. "I can see it being close and I'm going for a high-scoring draw at 2-2," said Sky Sports pundit and Sky Bet ambassador Redknapp. "St Mary's is a difficult place to go to, so I think it will be pretty even. "I've changed my mind a bit, because I was going to go for Man United, but if Di Maria doesn't play and Rooney is carrying a knock, you take a huge chunk of their attacking options out." United are coming off wins over Crystal Palace, Arsenal, Hull City and Stoke City, but had to survive a few nervous moments late on versus the Potters last Tuesday. "I'm not totally convinced by them," added Redknapp. "They've been on a good run but there are still parts of that side that won't be there once Van Gaal has got 'his team' together. "They've got to strengthen in defence and maybe a midfielder, but Michael Carrick coming back has been a big plus. He's such an integral part of what they do well." Juan Mata bagged the winning goal versus Palace and Stoke and Redknapp rates the United midfielder as a value bet to open the scoring this evening. "Juan Mata has come in and scored a couple of goals so you have to consider him as he's taking a few free-kicks," said Redknapp. "I always like to look at players with confidence and he is in good spirits." Fourth-placed Southampton will still be more than satisfied with their position in the table after such a big transition over the summer, but cracks have clearly started to appear in Koeman's team. "It's difficult, because you start to have your doubts," declared Redknapp. "This also coincides with Ronald Koeman saying a few weeks ago that he didn't think they had the squad to compete and how he's not used to playing in so many games in a short space of time. "Since then, they've started to falter, so maybe that's got into the players' minds. They've had tough fixtures as well, they were a little bit unlucky versus Arsenal, as a late goal always hurts, but I don't think they are going to finish in the top four. "I'm not saying they are going to fall off a cliff but I think they are levelling out."

Southampton vs Man Utd Premier League preview - Tips, kick-off time and team news

Manchester United are fancied to make it five straight wins by prevailing against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium tonight and can move up to third place in the Premier League table in the process. The high-flying Saints will provide a stiff test, but the Red Devils are on a roll and starting to get their old swagger back going into this 20.00 GMT kick-off. Louis van Gaal's side is still far from the finished article, but they took plenty of confidence from a 2-1 away win at Arsenal - their first victory on the road this term. United produced some fine passing football to then see off Hull City and Stoke City at Old Trafford, despite continuing to miss key players. Angel Di Maria (hamstring), Luke Shaw (ankle), Rafael (groin), Daley Blind (knee) and Phil Jones (calf) are still sidelined, but Wayne Rooney is ready to return following a knee problem. With Robin van Persie gradually finding some form, James Wilson showing promise and Radamel Falcao working on his match fitness, United have plenty of firepower up front. Michael Carrick has given them more stability in midfield, while Marcos Rojo looks rock-solid at the back and David De Gea gets better and better between the posts, so things are looking up for Van Gaal. The Dutchman even praised the unity shown at the team's Christmas party, stating on MUTV: "It was fantastic. Usually, I don't use words like this, but I think it showed the cohesion in our group from both the players and staff. My wife and I enjoyed it very much. "The squad is very important, and that's why the timing of our Christmas party was fantastic - it showed the togetherness in the squad. I think we are in a good position." For Southampton, Jack Cork has joined Morgan Schneiderlin, Jay Rodriguez, James Ward-Prowse and Sam Gallagher on the sidelines and Ronald Koeman does not have the strength in depth to cope. After punching above their weight at the start of the season, the Saints were ruthlessly exposed by Manchester City at this venue last week and also tasted defeat at Arsenal when offering little going forward. Southampton's overall home record is impressive, but now they have to overcome their first shaky period and United are playing well enough to take advantage of any loss of confidence, with Rooney getting the nod to net first. Prediction: Southampton 1 Man Utd 2

Manchester United transfer news - Gareth Bale top target for Louis van Gaal

Louis van Gaal may have lambasted reporters for writing that he plans to spend another £150million on new recruits next year, but rumours are rife that Manchester United are planning a huge bid to land Gareth Bale from Real Madrid. Having rebuilt the Red Devils' squad with summer signings Angel Di Maria, Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind, plus the loan deal that brought Radamel Falcao to Old Trafford, United appear to be going in the right direction under Van Gaal. However, much like Manchester City did a few years ago, many pundits believe there will be a second wave of high-profile purchases to fund a title challenge next term, especially if LVG achieves the first target of getting back into the Champions League. Van Gaal reacted angrily when such thoughts were put to him ahead of Monday night's Premier League clash with Southampton, who were one place above them in third going into the weekend. "I think it's disgusting, always writing about numbers," moaned Van Gaal. "I don't think that (chief executive) Ed Woodward said anything about that; I don't think I have said anything about that. "It is disrespectful to my players and I don't like to talk about it. I have to work with the selection I have and I have respect for my selection and I have belief in my players." Nevertheless, Van Gaal was also quick to make reference to how many players he has had to replace, with Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Danny Welbeck, Shinji Kagawa and Patrice Evra moving on, while Ryan Giggs retired and Nani, Javier Hernandez, Tom Cleverley and Wilfried Zaha were loaned out. Van Gaal's initial spending spree should allow him to search for quality, rather than quantity, next summer, though, and bringing Bale back to the Premier League would certainly represent a significant coup. Initial enquiries over Cristiano Ronaldo were rejected, with the former United superstar regarded as too valuable to let go, in terms of both his performances on the pitch and his pulling power off it when it comes to securing sponsorship deals. On the plus side, Bale is younger and hungrier to compete on an all-round level, with the days of CR7 tracking back long gone, so Van Gaal would definitely not see landing the Wales winger as settling for second best.

LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution MLS Cup Final live stream, tips and kick-off time

LA Galaxy will be looking to lift the MLS Cup for the third time in four years when facing New England Revolution in Sunday's 2014 final, which has a kick-off time of 20.00 GMT. The match also marks the last professional game of US legend Landon Donovan and fans of both teams can watch all of the action via live online streaming. Watch LA Galaxy vs New England Revs here: The 32-year-old Donovan will be seeking a record sixth championship ring, having prevailed twice with San Jose Earthquakes and three times with the Galaxy, and victory would provide him with a fitting swansong after such a stellar career. “I've been very excited every day to wake up and go to training," said the 157-times capped USA international. "I don’t want it to end. It's been a lot of fun and I'm going to have that attitude Sunday. I personally want it to be as enjoyable as possible - and that would mean winning.” Donovan topped the table for assists this term with 19, five more than his nearest rival, helping teammate Robbie Keane to finish third in the Golden Boot list with 19 goals. LA stayed on strongly down the home stretch in the regular season before crushing Real Salt Lake 5-0 in the play-offs and then taking the Western Conference title at the expense of Seattle Sounders on the away goals rule. The Revs are bidding for a first outright success, having been beaten on all four previous occasions they have made the final, and are the underdogs again here after securing six points fewer than their opponents in the regular season. The Lee Nguyen-inspired side have impressed in the play-offs, beating Columbus Crew 7-3 on aggregate and then edging out Thierry Henry's New York Red Bulls 4-3. However, home advantage for the Galaxy at the StubHub Center in Carson, California, gives them a clear edge and Los Angeles get the nod to ensure New England's final hoodoo continues. Prediction: LA Galaxy 2 New England Revolution 1


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