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Neil Warnock: “It’s The Best League In World With The Worst Officials”

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock was left fuming on Sunday following his side’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea as they continue to battle for their Premier League lives. Warnock was irate after Cesar Azpilicueta equalised for Chelsea despite clearly standing in an offside position. His misery was further compounded when Antonio Rudiger was only shown a yellow card despite pulling down Kenneth Zohore …

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Champions League Draw: Spurs Draw City In Quarter-Finals

The draw for the 2019 Champions League and Europa League quarter-finals has taken place with one all England tie to look forward to.  Tottenham Hotspurs, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City were all in the bowls alongside Barcelona, Ajax, Porto and Juventus. It is the first time since 2009 that four English Premier League sides have made it to the …

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Declan Rice Named In England Squad Following International Switch

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice has been named in his first England squad following his international switch from Ireland to the Three Lions. Southgate has picked Rice after his international transfer to England was completed last week. Rice had been one of Ireland’s most promising prospects, featuring three times for the Boys in Green during the Summer, but he was …

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Poll: Choose Your Combined Arsenal vs Manchester United XI

Manchester United take on Arsenal on Sunday with both sides firmly in the hunt for a spot in the Premier League’s top four. Following Spurs’ loss on Saturday, Solskjaer’s side can go level on points with the North London club should they beat Arsenal at the Emirates. Arsenal, on the other hand, will leapfrog United and move into fourth should …

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Five Things We Learned As The Dust Settles On A Historic Night In Paris

Manchester United sealed their place in the last eight of the Champions League following a dramatic away goals victory over PSG on Wednesday night. United became the first team to overcome a two-goal home defeat in the competition’s knock-out stages to see off the French champions in Paris. Romelu Lukaku scored twice before Marcus Rashford’s dramatic late penalty following a …

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The Run-In: Analysing The Title Contenders’ Remaining Fixtures

On Wednesday evening, Manchester City returned to the top of the table for the first time since December following a victory over Everton at Goodison Park. Guardiola’s side overtook rivals Liverpool on goal difference, although the Reds still have a game in hand over their Manchester counterparts. The victory also took City five points clear of third place Tottenham who have …

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Emiliano Sala Plane Wreckage Has Been Located

The plane at the centre of the search for footballer Emiliano Sala has been found. The aircraft, containing Cardiff City signing Sala and pilot David Ibbotson, went missing over the English Channel on January 21. Having flown from Nantes, where Sala played for the Ligue 1 namesake club, the flight was the subject of an intensive three day search by Guernsey …

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12 Quick Conclusions From Manchester City’s 3-1 Win Over Arsenal

After a shocking defeat to Newcastle in midweek, Premier League champions Manchester City righted the ship against Arsenal at the Etihad. Following Liverpool’s surprising draw against Leicester, City have now thrown down the gauntlet to the Reds, who lead by just two points with a game in hand. They visit West Ham on Monday night in the knowledge that they …

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3 PM Round-Up: Higuain The Hero For Chelsea As Wolves Win Away

Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain was the hero for Chelsea as he scored his first two goals for the club in their 5-0 victory over bottom of the table Huddersfield. Higuain failed to score in his first two games but proved his worth against Jan Siewart’s charges scoring two fantastic goals as Chelsea bounced back from midweek defeat to Bournemouth. Eden …

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Credit To Pochettino, But How Long Can Spurs Keep This Escape Act Up?

For the third Premier League game in a row, Tottenham required a late goal to see off their opponents, as talismanic Heung-Min Son grabbed an 81st-minute winner to help see off Newcastle United on Saturday. Buoyed by their stunning victory over champions Manchester City, Newcastle looked chock full of confidence as they attempted to spring another upset in their bid …

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Smith-Rowe, Oxford Become Latest UK Prospects To Make German Move

English Under-17 world champion Emile Smith-Rowe and West Ham defender Reece Oxford on Thursday joined the trend of UK youngsters heading for the Bundesliga as the pair signed loan deals with separate German clubs. Arsenal midfielder Smith-Rowe, 18, completed a medical and signed for RB Leipzig until the end of the season, just before the transfer window closed at 17:00 …

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