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An informal group of private creditors on the international stage. Similar to the Paris Club of public lenders. London Club is not the only informal group of private creditors. Its first meeting took place in 1976 in response to Zaire's payment problems. - Source: Wikipedia
With Fulham on its third manager this season and in danger of relegation, owner Shad Khan says he is aware that his decisions appear "unconventional or unpopular."
Liverpool kept up its Premier League title challenge with a 4-3 win against Swansea in an entertaining game at Anfield on Sunday.
A Robert Snodgrass goal early in the second half consigned Tottenham to a 1-0 defeat on Sunday that left the London club six points off the top four, while Norwich moved four points clear of the relegation zone.
West Ham came from behind to beat Southampton 3-1 in the Premier League on Saturday, moving the London club up to mid-table.
Fulham fired manager Rene Meulensteen and appointed Felix Magath on Friday, saying "action was required" in its bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
West Ham continued its revival with a third consecutive 2-0 win in the Premier League on Tuesday after late goals from James Collins and Mohamed Diame secured victory over Norwich.
A little more than four months before the U.S. World Cup opener, Clint Dempsey is trying to regain his form.
Juan Mata is on the brink of becoming the most expensive player in Manchester United's history after the Premier League champions announced Friday they have reached an agreement with Chelsea over the transfer of the Spain midfielder.
Manchester United is closing in on signing Juan Mata after bidding 37 million pounds ($61 million) for the Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata, the team's first move in the January transfer window.
Chelsea struck a deal with Swiss club FC Basel to sign midfielder Mohamed Salah on Thursday.
Topping the Premier League, chasing a first title in a decade seems even more gratifying when Arsenal sees itself as taking on an entire nation.
West Ham ended its miserable run by beating Cardiff 2-0 on Saturday to climb out of the relegation zone and hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a disappointing loss in his first Premier League game in charge.
One third of the way through the Champions League group stage, it's no longer too early to start drawing some conclusions. As expected, Europe's big teams are already starting to pull ahead. Here are five thoughts to chew on from this week's matches:
Chelsea's ambitious bid to sign striker Wayne Rooney from Manchester United was rejected by the Premier League champions.
Rooney indicated before the end of last season to then-manager Alex Ferguson that he wanted to leave United after nine years, unhappy at losing his starting place up front.