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Garry Monk was happy Swansea were able to claim an overdue win

Monk happy to stop the rot

Swansea boss Garry Monk praised his players for standing up to the pressure after claiming a first win in six Barclays Premier League games.

Bony brace seals Swans win

Wilfried Bony bagged a brace for Swansea

Wilfried Bony scored both goals as Swansea saw off Leicester 2-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday evening.

Redfearn replaces Milanic at Leeds

Darko Milanic has left Leeds after six games at the helm

Leeds' managerial circus returned on Saturday night as trigger-happy owner Massimo Cellino parted company with Darko Milanic after six games in charge.

Shaw: Fans not seen my best yet

Manchester United's Luke Shaw will feature when his side tackle Chelsea

Luke Shaw will put aside any feelings he has for Chelsea on Sunday and concentrate instead on proving why Manchester United paid £28million for his services.

Berahino rescues point for Baggies

Saido Berahino scored his eighth goal of the season in West Brom's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace

Saido Berahino's injury-time penalty rescued a point for West Brom as they fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Crystal Palace.

Mane strike sends Saints second

Southampton's Sadio Mane, right, scored the only goal of the game

Southampton's incredible start to the season continued against Stoke as Sadio Mane's strike propelled them back to second in the Barclays Premier League.

Murray digs deep to fend off Ferrer

Andy Murray, pictured, defeated David Ferrer to reach the final of the Valencia Open

Andy Murray gave his hopes of qualifying for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London an almighty boost with a high-calibre win over David Ferrer to reach the final of the Valencia Open.

Hammer blow for champions

Morgan Amalfitano scores West Ham's first goal of the game

Diafra Sakho's sixth goal in as many Barclays Premier League starts gave West Ham a 2-1 victory over champions Manchester City at Upton Park.

More to come from England: McNamara

England coach Steve McNamara believes there is more to come from his side

England coach Steve McNamara is confident his side can build on their hard-fought 32-26 win over Samoa in the opening match of the 2014 Four Nations Series.

Taarabt made me crack: Redknapp

QPR manager Harry Redknapp, pictured, has been involved in a war of words with Adel Taarabt

Harry Redknapp has likened Adel Taarabt to a misbehaving child and admitted he felt like sending the Morocco playmaker to his bedroom - but insisted he still believes in him.

England edge to victory in opener

Sam Tomkins, pictured, and brother Joel were among England's best performers during their narrow victory over Samoa

England survived a major scare to get their Four Nations Series campaign off to a successful start with a 32-26 triumph over Samoa in a thrilling clash in Brisbane.

Foley satisfied with win

Munster coach Anthony Foley was satisfied with the 14-3 victory over Saracens on Friday night

Munster head coach Anthony Foley described his side's 14-3 win over Saracens at Thomond Park as 'satisfying' but admits the Pool 1 leaders have a lot of work to do to reach the quarter-finals of the inaugural European Champions Cup.

Delph out until 2015

Fabian Delph's impressive 2014 is set to end with him on the sidelines

Fabian Delph's operation on his dislocated shoulder has been a success - but he is not expected to play for Aston Villa again this year.

Newcastle take control

Dean Richards presided over Newcastle's second-straight European Challenge Cup victory at Newport Gwent Dragons

Newcastle Falcons took early control of Pool Three with a creditable 30-26 victory at Newport Gwent Dragons.

Kilcoyne try sinks Saracens

Munster's Dave Kilcoyne, left, came off the bench to score a decisive try against Saracens

Munster ended a tight European Champions Cup encounter on their terms as Saracens succumbed to the red tide at Thomond Park.