England Women's Player of the Year Jodie Taylor will consider quitting Arsenal for a move abroad at the end of this year. Taylor, top scorer at the European Championship this summer as England reached the semi-finals, is into the last six months of her contract and has a long-held desire to return to America. And the striker has told Sportsmail that she is 'open to every option that's thrown my way' as she looks for the latest step of a nomadic career. 'I'm open to it (a move away),' Taylor said.
Chelsea defender David Luiz played over 40 minutes with a broken wrist before his sending off in Sunday's draw with Arsenal. Luiz, 30, is wearing a cast after suffering the freak injury falling into the advertising hoardings at Stamford Bridge. The Brazilian centre back is suspended for three domestic games but is determined to play in the Champions League trip to Atletico Madrid next week.
Slaven Bilic says it is 'almost impossible' to pair Javier Hernandez and Andy Carroll together as he prepares to rest the injury-hit England striker in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night. West Ham face Bolton at the London Stadium but Carroll will not be risked with Bilic unwilling to let him play three games in eight days after his thigh injury. And a strike pairing with Hernandez looks some way off too with Bilic conceding it is 'hard to please everyone' with his selections.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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