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Name This Leeds XI From Their Last Season In The Premier League

It’s been almost 17 years since Leeds United’s last season in the Premier League. The 3-time champions of England suffered relegation to the Championship during the 2003/2004 campaign and since then have failed to return to the top flight. They’ve gone through multiple owners and a plethora of different managers, even dropping down to League One for a period, but …

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Duncan Ferguson Explains Why He Took Moise Kean Off Against Man United

Duncan Ferguson has recorded another positive result as Everton’s caretaker manager. The Toffees legend followed up last week’s 3-1 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park with a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday afternoon. Victor Lindelof’s own-goal opened the scoring at Old Trafford – with an assist from VAR after Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s clear elbow on David de Gea …

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Wayne Rooney: “I Could Still Play In The Premier League”

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Wayne Rooney claims he still has what it takes to cut it in the Premier League as he prepares to take up a role as player-coach with Derby County.  The former England captain had two spells with hometown club Everton either side of a decade spent at Manchester United where he went on to break Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record finishing …

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Jose Mourinho: Troy Parrott Needs More Time To Develop

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has said Republic of Ireland international Troy Parrott needs more time to develop as he insisted Harry Kane is still “fundamental” to his plans. Parrott was an unused sub in Spurs’ 3-1 loss to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League during the week while Kane was rested for the dead-rubber game in Germany following a …

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Arsenal Sack Unai Emery Following Poor Run Of Form

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Arsenal have announced the departure of Unai Emery as manager following their poor run of form in the Premier League and in Europe this season.  The London side recorded a 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League on Thursday night, leaving them without a win in their last seven matches.  Arsenal currently sit in eighth place in the …

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Jose Mourinho Confirmed As New Tottenham Head Coach

Tottenham have announced the appointment of former Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho as their new head coach. The club confirmed last night that Mauricio Pochettino had left Tottenham after a successful five years in charge which culminated in Spurs reaching last year’s Champions League final. This season however they have struggled, sitting 14th in the table …

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Why Manchester City Weren’t Given A Penalty Before Lead-Up To Liverpool Goal

Liverpool dominated the first half in their top of the table clash against Manchester City on Sunday evening at Anfield scoring twice in the opening twenty minutes. It was a brilliant first 45 minutes against the reigning champions from Jurgen Klopp’s side but their opening goal appeared to come in controversial fashion. In the lead-up to Fabinho’s scintillating strike which …

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Arsenal Captain Xhaka Releases Statement Following Confrontation

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Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka has released a lengthy statement following his confrontation with fans following his side’s draw with Crystal Palace on Sunday. The 27-year-old was booed off the pitch by Arsenal supporters at the Emirates Stadium prompting him to cup his ear and appeared to curse at the crowd. Arsenal manager Unai Emery has called for Xhaka to apologise …

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Burnley Reportedly Interested In Talented League Of Ireland Duo

Sean Dyche is to attend the FAI Cup final in November to check out Shamrock Rovers’ Jack Byrne and Dundalk’s Sean Gannon, Mark McCadden from the Irish Daily Star reports. The Burnley manager clearly has faith in Irish players as he has bought plenty of them before. Throughout recent years, there’s been a strong contingent from the Emerald Isle with …

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Matty Longstaff “Speechless” As Sizzling Strike Sinks Manchester United

Newcastle United midfielder Matty Longstaff was understandably buzzing after his first goal for his hometown club gave The Magpies a crucial three points against Manchester United at St James’ Park. Steve Bruce’s side were coming off the back of a disappointing 5-0 defeat to Leicester City last weekend and the Newcastle boss opted to draft the 19-year-old into the starting …

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