And that's where we leave you for today, many thanks for being with us and for all those favourite 90's replica shirts, Premier League memories and Chris Hughton look-a-likes. We'll be back tomorrow so please join us then. Enjoy yourselves, cheerio now.
- Jose Mourinho news conference
- Brighton break club record to sign midfielder Davy Propper
- Premier League celebrates 25 years
- Arsenal win Community Shield on penalties
- Coutinho linked with Barcelona move
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BBC Radio 5 live
Tonight's 5 live Sport with Kelly Cates from 19:00 BST features the Monday Night Club, with former Premier League strikers Ian Wright and Chris Sutton, plus journalist Mina Rzouki discussing the Community Shield, the Women's Euros and looking ahead to the new Premier League season.
BBC App users may need to click on the link to see Les Ferdinand in one of the classic replica kits that also worked well as a "leisure shirt."
BBC App users may need to click on the link to see the image of a topless Kaboul waving his shirt jubilation.
It's closer than Mickey's original suggestion (15:56)...
Duncan Clarke: I wrote a song about the superb canaries in that inaugural premier league season when 'we' finished 3rd. Great season!
Manchester United captain Michael Carrick believes the £40m signing of Nemanja Matic from Chelsea will prove a shrewd acquistion by the Red Devils.
"He's a terrific player, a great signing for us, who knows what it takes to win," Carrick said of his fellow midfielder ahead of the Uefa Super Cup final with Real Madrid.
"He had a massive part to play at Chelsea and what’s important is he knows the league, the English way, how tough it is, how the season is, so he’ll adapt quickly at United and I hope he’ll have a big part to play for years to come."
BBC App users may need to click on the link to see the shirt.
JC: Chris Hughton looks like an older and wiser Beppe Di Marco!
JC, I was thinking that was a 19th century impressionist painter but do you actually mean the Eastenders soap character from the late 90s?
Manchester City's social media team have some fun with the slightly less affluent League One side Northampton Town over the similarity of their change kits.
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata says Real Madrid are the side that every opponent respects and fears.
"They are the ones everyone wants to beat; they have a great team, they won league in Spain," Mata said.
"We know how good they are but United has great history and record of titles. We won three trophies last season. One day, sooner rather than later, we want to be where they were last season – in a Champions League final and hopefully winning it."
Some interesting quotes from Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho on Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale, who has long been linked with a move to Old Trafford.
Mourinho said: "Well if Bale is playing tomorrow, no I wouldn't think of that, it would be because he's in the coach's plans and the club's plans because he also has that motivation to continue at Real Madrid. So I haven't even thought about the possibility.
"If he is not in the club's plans, that with the arrival of another player would mean he was on his way out. I will try to be waiting for him on the other side and fight with other coaches that would want him on their team. But if he plays tomorrow that is the best confirmation that he is still wanted by the team."
Bale has travelled with Real's squad to Skopje for the Uefa Super Cup final against United tomorrow but has struggled with an ankle injury in pre-season.
Jose Mourinho urged his squad to "play and enjoy this special moment" of taking part in the Super Cup final.
He said: "It’s not many times a player can play in the Super Cup unless you are Real or Barcelona, winning European trophies regularly.
"We are going to try (to win) but the difference between the Champions League winners and Europa League winners is obvious. The Europa League is very difficult to win; there is a difference of quality but we believe it’s possible."
BBC App users may need to click on the link to see Matt's comparison.
Mourinho says attempts to acclimatise his players to the heat of Skope in Macedonia proved a little difficult back in England.
Parts of Europe are experiencing their most extreme heat in more than a decade as temperatures hit 44C (111F).
He continued: "I knew the weather was like this. Since returning from the United States, I decided to train in Manchester every day at 4pm to give the feeling of heat, but it was raining every day! Even for Real it has to be hard, though they are more adapted."
West Ham play Mourinho's team at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, gave a brief team news update at the start of his press conference ahead of the Uefa Super Cup with Real Madrid in Skopje, Macedonia.
Mourinho said: "No Phil Jones, no Eric Bailly (both suspended) and no Tim Fosu-Mensah because he is probably going on loan to another club.
"The injuries are the long-term ones you all know – Luke Shaw, Ashley Young, Marcos Rojo. Apart from that, everyone is available. Obviously Matic is available but not like the others."
Mickey Pigeon: Who does Chris Hughton look like (15:30)? Tom Jones?
Sir Tom is on the right for those of you who are not sure
Take That were statistically one of the most successful British bands of the 1990s, and in 1996 there were counselling groups set up after they announced they would be splitting up. What were your cultural recollections of the mid-90's? Let us know at #myPL memories
A few weeks after the news of the Take That split, Liverpool beat Newcastle 4-3 in what is regularly considered one of the greatest ever Premier League games.
Ryan H: Football highlights set to the music of the Chemical Brothers, Lightning Seeds and Prodigy always revved me up during that period.
Brighton manager Chris Hughton, complete with sizeable goatee beard that reminds me of someone I cannot currently place - suggestions welcome at #bbcsportsday - relishes the arrival of midfielder Davy Propper. It is the second time this summer that the Seagulls have broken their transfer record, following the signing of goalkeeper Mathew Ryan from Valencia.
"There is no doubting his pedigree: Davy has played a number of matches in the Champions League for PSV, as well as international football for the Netherlands," Hughton enthuses.
"He's a strong competitor as a central midfielder and will complement our existing midfield players, and he is also a really good age at 25; we are absolutely delighted to welcome him to the club."
This brings back many disturbing memories for me, in more ways than one...
England Women's coach Mark Sampson has been cleared of wrongdoing after Eniola Aluko made a complaint to the Football Association about "bullying and harassment".
Striker Aluko, 30, quit the team in May 2016 after making the claims.
The Chelsea player said she also felt "undermined and belittled" by England staff and claims their negative bias contributed to her not being picked.
But the FA said an independent report found no evidence of wrongdoing by Sampson or his staff.
A club record signing for Brighton, 25-year-old Holland midfielder Davy Propper has joined the club from PSV Eindhoven on a four-year contract.
West Ham face a difficult opening fixture at Manchester United on Sunday but there is plenty of good cheer in east London.
BBC App users may need to click the link to see Chiekhou Kouyate enjoying himself.
This is rather apt for our look back at the Premier League from 1992-97.
BBC App users may need to click on the link to see the picture; warning - picture shows Mark Hughes in disturbingly short shorts.
In May 1997, Labour end the Conservatives’ 18-year spell in power with a landslide general election win, as Tony Blair’s party win 418 seats.
Later that month Michael Owen scores on his Liverpool debut at the age of 17, Coventry stay up on the last day of the season and Chelsea win their first trophy for 26 years – the FA Cup.
What are your memories of the time? Did you buy Barbie Girl by Aqua? or Hanson's MMMBop? And are you prepared to admit to it? What about Tubthumping? is that more acceptable? Send in your cultural recollections to #myPLmemories
Please keep your treasured shirt pictures from the 1992-97 Premier League era coming in to #myPLmemories
The Daily Express claim Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez is struggling in the transfer market because he cannot sell players surplus to requirements.
Defenders Grant Hanley and Achraf Lazaar along with midfielder Henri Saivet and forward Emmanuel Riviere are among those Newcastle have struggled to move on according to the paper.
Apparently the wages earned by a number of players, including the above, have made it difficult for them to leave St James' Park and hampered Benitez's attempts to bring in new faces.