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Holders Chelsea Draw Man Utd In Pick Of FA Cup Fifth Round Clashes

Defending champions Chelsea will host Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup, while fourth-division side Newport County could meet Manchester City. United defeated Arsenal in the fourth round last week to record an eighth straight victory under caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but face another tough tie after Monday’s draw paired them with Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea. Welsh …

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Solskjaer: Everyone Is Staying At United This Transfer Window

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits he is loving life as Manchester United’s caretaker manager and is already making plans for next season, even though the Norwegian still does not know if he will remain in charge. The 45-year-old has made a record-breaking start in charge at Old Trafford, becoming the first boss to begin his United career with eight straight victories. …

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Reported Arsenal Target Hands In Transfer Request To Inter Milan

Croatian World Cup runner-up Ivan Perisic has handed in a transfer request to Inter Milan, the Italian club’s director Giuseppe Marotta confirmed on Sunday. “Perisic has asked to leave but there is no offer for him. We will see in the coming days,” Inter director Marotta told Sky Sports Italia. “Many players ask for a transfer. Perisic has expressed this …

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More Penalty Woes For Spurs As They Exit Second Cup Competition

Tottenham Hotspur suffered their second defeat in English knockout football to a London rival in a matter of days as they lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday. Connor Wickham gave the unfancied Eagles, 29 points adrift of Spurs in the Premier League, a ninth-minute lead before a penalty by former Tottenham …

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Millwall Promise Life Bans For Fans Guilty Of Racist Chanting

Millwall have said they will ban for life any supporters found guilty of racist chanting during a win over Everton Saturday as the Football Association launched their own inquiry into a video published online. English second-tier club Millwall knocked Premier League side Everton out of the FA Cup with a dramatic 3-2 victory. But there was crowd trouble outside The …

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Chelsea Tight-Lipped Over Hudson-Odoi Transfer Request Reports

Speculation over the future of Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi intensified following press reports on Sunday saying the teenage winger has handed in a transfer request. The 18-year-old has previously been linked with a move to German giants Bayern Munich, who have made clear how highly they regard the England youth international. But with the January transfer window closing on Thursday, Chelsea …

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Alvaro Morata Passes Medical Ahead Of Atletico Move

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata appears close to securing a move to Atletico Madrid after the striker was pictured passing a medical with the Spanish club on Sunday.  Morata was shown leaving Atletico’s medical clinic on Sunday morning, with the 26-year-old giving a thumbs up and telling reporters, “everything has gone well”. Atletico have not made any official statement but Morata …

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Billy Sharp Channels Inner Wrestler With WWE Themed Celebration

Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp channeled his inner WWE superstar on Saturday in the Blades’ 2-2 draw with promotion-chasing rivals Norwich. Sharp, grabbed a brace in the game at Carrow Road, one of which was a thunderous strike from the penalty stop which flew past the hapless Tim Krul in the Canaries’ goal. Following his finish Sharp pulled out a …

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