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TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season. Rankings were weighted evenly between separate lists made by TSN Radio host and soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler as well as TSN.cas soccer editors. 1. Aresnal (Last Week -1) Olivier Giroud scored a gift goal in the 22nd minute and a penalty in the 86th to lead top of the table Arsenal to a 2-0 victory over Southampton. Giroud dispossessed Saints keeper Artur Boruc to score what would end up being the winning marker. The Gunners are first in the League, four points clear of both Liverpool and Chelsea. 2. Chelsea (LW - 5) Frank Lampard struck twice, including once from the penalty spot as Chelsea knocked off West Ham 3-0. Oscar scored the other goal for Chelsea who are level with Liverpool for second in the table, four points from the top spot. 3. Liverpool (LW - 2) Substitute Daniel Sturridge scored in the 89th minute to earn Liverpool a point in the 221st Merseyside derby as they drew 3-3 with Everton. In a wild affair, Liverpool found themselves ahead twice before going behind for the first time in the 82nd minute. 4. Manchester City (LW - 7) Another dominant home performance, led by Jesus Navas goal just 13 seconds into the contest, helped Manchester City beat Tottenham 6-0. Sergio Aguero scored twice in ten minutes and Navas picked up a second goal to aide in the victory. The win helped City move back into the Barclays Premier League top four. 5. Manchester United (LW -3) Wayne Rooney was spared an early red card and then went on to be Uniteds best player in a 2-2 draw at Cardiff. After being shown yellow for kicking Jordon Mutch, Rooney opened the scoring in the 15th minute and delivered the corner that Patrice Evra headed home for the second goal. 6. Southampton (LW - 4) Artur Boruc tried to play the ball out from his goal but instead handed Arsenal a gift opener in a 2-0 defeat for Southampton. Jose Fonte was called for pulling Per Mertesackers shirt in the box giving Arsenal their second goal and the victory. 7. Everton (LW - 8) The Merseyside derby was a very lively affair as Everton and Liverpool drew 3-3 after the teams traded goals in the final ten minutes of the game. Romelu Lukaku scored twice, including an 82nd minute marker that looked like it might stand up for the victory, before Daniel Sturridge fired home in the 89th minute to share the points. 8. Newcastle United (LW - 9) Loic Remy scored in the second minute and Yoan Gouffran doubled the advantage before the break as Newcastle beat Norwich City 2-1. Keeper Tim Krul was called upon to make saves while his team led by one goal and he was able to keep them in the lead.. 9. Tottenham (LW - 6) Behind after only 13 second, Spurs was never able to recover as they fell 6-0 to Manchester City. Tottenham has only managed one point in their last three games as they have slipped down to ninth in the table. Keeper Hugo Lloris had two bad clearances that led to the first to City goals and sent the home side on their way to a huge victory. 10. Swansea City (LW - 13) Jonjo Shelvey scored ten minutes before the end of the game to give Swansea a 2-1 victory over Fulham. The Swans dominated the play and were deserved winners after they gave up an equalizing marker in the 64th minute. It was their first win since mid-October. 11. West Bromwich Albion (LW - 10) Two first half goal looked like they would be enough but all the Baggies were able to get out of the game was a 2-2 draw with Aston Villa. Shane Long was the man on target with both goals in the opening 11 minutes of the contest to give his team the early advantage. 12. Aston Villa (LW - 11) After giving up goals in the 3rd and 11th minute, Villa fought back with two second half markers to earn a 2-2 draw with West Brom. Karim El Ahmadi and Ashley Westwood fired home the goals for Aston Villa who in the end deserved a point from the contest. 13. Cardiff City (LW -14) Kim Bo-Kyungs stoppage time header rescued a point for Cardiff City as they earned a 2-2 draw with Manchester United. Fraizer Campbell scored the other goal and also missed a great chance when he hit the crossbar. Cardiff never led in the game but did deserve a point for their effort. 14. Hull City (LW - 12) The Tigers dominated the action but were not able to find a goal as they fell 1-0 at the hands of Crystal Palace. A 78th minute red card to Palace looked like the break Hull needed but in fact they would concede the winning goal three minutes later. Jake Livermore had a late chance but was not able to pull his team level. 15. Stoke City (LW - 16) Charlie Adam and Steven Nzonzi scored on either side of half and either side of an opponents red card as they defeated Sunderland 2-0 to earn an important three points. Wes Brown was controversially sent off for Sunderland after a tackle on Adam that looked to have minimal contact. Stoke eventually were able to put the game away in the 81st minute. 16. Norwich City (LW - 15) Two first half goals doomed Norwich to defeat as they fell 2-1 at the hands of Newcastle. Leroy Fer scored the goal, while both Anthony Pilkington and Ryan Bennett had chances to put their side back into the game. 17. West Ham (LW- 17) The Hammers failed to score for the seventh time in the league this season as they slumped to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea. Keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen conceded a penalty to the visitors when he took down Oscar in the box. They started the game well but were not able to recover after the penalty led to the opening goal. 18. Fulham (LW - 19) Martin Jol remains under fire as two second half goals saw Fulham fall 2-1 at the hands of Swansea. Scott Parker equalized for the Cottagers after they had fallen behind due to an own goal but it was not enough after they gave up the winner in the 80th minute. 19. Crystal Palace (LW - 20) Down to 10 men, Barry Bannan scored in the 81st minute to give Palace a 1-0 victory over Hull City. New manager Tony Pulis was in the stands to see his side overcome the disadvantage caused when Yannick Bolasie was sent off for a foul on Jake Livermore. 20. Sunderland (LW - 18) Wes Browns 36th minute red card ended any hope of a Sunderland comeback as they lost 2-0 to Stoke. The sending off was controversial as it appeared there was very little contact between Brown and Charlie Adam, the player he committed the foul on. Sunderland did have chances but were not able to find a marker. TORONTO -- Issey Nakajima-Farran walked past a reporter recently, confiding with a smile that he had finally got a TV for his new apartment. The Toronto FC midfielder was looking forward to being able to watch soccer again. The MLS newcomer was starting to put down roots in Toronto. An artist as well as a soccer player, he had deliberately chosen a slightly grittier part of town to make his home, to get a taste of the town. The Canadian international will be looking for a new cable provider and home after being traded Friday, on his 30th birthday, to the Montreal Impact for American Collen Warner and allocation money. The move, the first ever trade between the two teams, clearly came as a shock. "Birthday surprise!! Wow! Just like that. Its not right. Surreal. .mlssoccer .Inhumane," Nakajima-Farran tweeted. "Still in the dressing trying to soak it all in. My cargo box still hasnt arrived from Spain. Was ready to call this home! Life goes on." he added in another tweet before thanking the Toronto fans, players and everyone who had helped him settle. Nakajima-Farrans last kick in a Toronto uniform was the penalty shootout winner Wednesday that sent the Reds past Vancouver into the final of the Amway Canadian Championship. For Toronto, the deal is a chance to bolster a midfield that will be without Michael Bradley until his World Cup duties with the U.S. team are over. It also offers manager Ryan Nelsen a different piece in the midfield puzzle. When healthy, Toronto has options on the flank in Brazils Jackson, Alvaro Rey and Dwayne De Rosario. Nelsen also likes to use Jonathan Osorio there, allowing the creative Canadian to drift in and out. In central midfield, the options were fewer outside of Bradley and Osorio, especially with Jeremy Hall still working his way back from injury. Canadian Kyle Bekker has shown great growth but more help was needed. Warner is a holding midfielder who can play elsewhere along the middle. "Ive liked Collen for a long time, to tell you the truth," Nelsen said after practice Friday. "He gives us options in that midfield that we just didnt have," he added. Warner has 92 appearances, including 64 starts, with Montreal and Real Salt Lake since emerging from the football factory of the University of Portland. A holding midfielder, the 25-year-old has started all nine of Montreals MLS games tthis season but was sent off for handball last time out in a 3-0 loss to Sporting Kansas City.dddddddddddd Nakajima-Farran has two goals in five games since signing with Toronto, second only to Jerman Defoes three. He had been with the team since training camp but did not sign until late March. "I feel sorry for Issey," Nelsen said. "Because since we brought him in, hes done nothing wrong. Hes such a great guy and hes done really well. "But unfortunately when we have all our players back, it probably would have been hard to see him starting on the team. Where with Collen, hell start. Hes a starting player .... Hes a guy we targeted and Im glad hes going to be walking in the door." Nakajima-Farran will offer Montreal some creativity and flair in the attacking half of the park. But with seven goals for and 17 against, the Impact needs help at both ends. Toronto FC captain Steven Caldwell was sorry to see Nakajima-Farran go. "Its horrible and thats just the game we play, especially in this (MLS) environment with the trading and different things that go on," said the Scot, no fan of the trades allowed in the North American league. "We wish him all the best. He was an important member of our squad. We enjoyed his play and his company and everything about him. A fantastic lad. "But decisions are made and we move forward. Were getting an excellent player coming in. Isseys going to a great football club as well. Hopefully everyone benefits from it." Born in Calgary to a Japanese mother and a British-Canadian father (who was born in Rhodesia), Nakajima-Farran moved to Tokyo when he was three and London when he was 10. He spent his teenage years in the British capital, playing in the Crystal Palace youth system before heading to Japan to begin his pro soccer career. He went on to play in Singapore, Denmark, Australia and Cyprus. "He is a player whose qualities will fit well within our group and style of play," Impact head coach Frank Klopas said in a statement. "We feel his experience with both the national team and abroad will benefit our team." Impact owner Joey Saputo has promised changes to his 1-5-3 team. The allocation money obtained in Fridays deal may help that cause. Nakajima-Farrans salary is listed at US$110,000 by the MLS Players Union, compared to US$143,000 for Warner. 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