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Rewind: When Cantona attacked a fan

Rewind to 1995

Transfer Rater: Benteke to Chelsea


Transfer Rater: Ashley Barnes to Crystal Palace, Kyle Walker-Peters to Southampton

Whispers Jan 29
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest rumours.

Ashley Barnes to Crystal Palace

Barnes is one of three Crystal Palace transfer targets as the January transfer window comes to a close, according to the...

When Manchester United's Eric Cantona attacked a fan in 1995

Marseille players were involved in ugly scenes with fans ahead of their Europa League match with Vitoria Guimaraes in Portugal.

This article was first published on ESPN FC on January 25, 2015.

On Jan. 25, 1995, with one ugly kick off the field, Eric Cantona managed to overshadow any of his most beautiful kicks on it. During a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace, the Manchester United forward had lost control, crossing the line in every sense: he threw himself, feet first, at Palace supporter Matthew Simmons.

Even before that night, Cantona had been labelled Le Brat by the French press. After a series of incidents in his homeland,...

Arsenal ready for life after Alexis Sanchez following win over Palace

Arsenal had a field day with Crystal Palace, netting four goals in 22 minutes to secure a comfy win at the Emirates.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from the Emirates as Arsenal beat Crystal Palace 4-1 in the Premier League on Saturday.

1. Arsenal show they can live without Sanchez

The post-Alexis Sanchez era couldn't have started much better at the Emirates. Arsenal delivered their best attacking performance of the season by tearing apart Crystal Palace on Saturday, storming out of the gates with four goals in the opening 22 minutes to send a strong message that they can cope just fine without the Chilean...

 By Nick Miller

Roy Hodgson's ideas sticking, yielding impressive results at Crystal Palace

Roy Hodgson inherited a mess. When he arrived at Crystal Palace in September, this was not so much a struggling football team as a club engaged in an existential crisis.

Frank de Boer's ill-conceived tenure had lasted just four games, Palace had no points, no goals and were about to face both Manchester clubs. By the time those fixtures were negotiated, they were bottom of the Premier League after seven games, with nothing tangible to show for 630 minutes of football.

Only one other team in...

 By Nick Miller

VAR's English debut brings more uncertainty than clarity

Arsene Wenger is happy with the addition of VAR in the FA Cup, but has concerns that it could slow the game down.

It probably wasn't a handball. Or it might have been. It was difficult to tell. From one angle it looked fine, from another it was possible to see a hint of arm. After watching about 10 replays you could make some pretty strident arguments that the goal shouldn't have been allowed. And some of equal conviction that it was fine.

Welcome to VAR. Or, in this case, not. As Glenn Murray glanced home Brighton's winner in their 2-1 FA Cup win over rivals Crystal Palace, for a moment it looked like we might...

 By Michael Cox

Manchester City frustrated by Crystal Palace as winning run ends

Jason Puncheon's dangerous challenge on Kevin De Bruyne ends with both players getting stretchered off.

LONDON -- Three points from Selhurst Park as Manchester City were held to a goalless draw by Crystal Palace.

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1. Manchester City's lucky escape

All good things must come to an end, and on the final day of 2017, Manchester City's incredible 18-match winning run is finally over after a goalless draw away at Selhurst Park.

But it could have been even worse for City. After Raheem Sterling was adjudged to have tripped Wilfried Zaha in the closing stages, Luka Milivojevic had the opportunity to finally...