Chelsea Beaten By Southampton In Premier League

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Jose Mourinho insists he will not resign as Chelsea manager, even after his slide slumped to a fourth Premier League defeat in eight games. The Blues went down 3-1 to Southampton, despite taking the lead at Stamford Bridge. Mourinho, however, is not for turning [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/46496/medium/”] The Merseyside derby meeting of Everton and Liverpool gets today’s Premier League action underway. Liverpool make the short hop to Goodison off the back of a disappointing Europa League performance, and with the worst goal haul of any side in the top half of the table. And Reds manager Brendan Rodgers knows today will be another stern test for his side [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/46497/medium/”] Kick off at Goodison is at 1.30. Arsenal and Manchester United meet at the Emirates, after contrasting weeks in the Champions League. The Gunners conceded three times at home in a loss to Olympiacos, while United dispatched Wolfsburg with comparative ease. But Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is concentrating only on building on last week’s win at the King Power [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/46498/medium/”] Kick off at the Emirates is at 4. There’s also a 4 o’clock start at the Liberty where Swansea entertain Tottenham. A date with Dundalk at the Aviva awaits the winners of today’s FAI Cup semi final at the Carlisle Grounds. Bray Wanderers play host to Cork City, with kick-off by the seaside at 2. Celtic can pull to within a point of Scottish Premiership leaders Aberdeen this afternoon. Ronny Deila’s side travel to Hamilton, where kick-off is at 12.30.

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