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Arsenal Defender Bellerin Sidelined For 9 Months Through Injury

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Arsenal have announced that defender Hector Bellerin will be out of action for up to nine months after rupturing knee ligaments in his team’s win against Chelsea. Bellerin, 23, went down unchallenged during the second half of Arsenal’s 2-0 victory at the Emirates on Saturday and was carried off on a stretcher. The 23-year-old was making his first start since …

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Ashley Cole Joins Former Teammate Lampard At Derby

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Defender Ashley Cole has joined former Chelsea teammate and current Derby boss Frank Lampard at the Championship club until the end of the season. Cole, who won 107 England caps, was a free agent after his recent departure from LA Galaxy, and Lampard is confident the 38-year-old will boost Derby’s promotion drive. “I’m delighted that we’ve been able to secure …

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Southgate Has No Interest In Being The Next United Manager

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Gareth Southgate has insisted his work as England manager was far from done as he indicated he had no interest in taking charge at Manchester United any time soon. A recent report in Britain’s Sunday Telegraph said Southgate was on a shortlist being drawn up by Old Trafford chiefs as they sought a permanent replacement for the sacked Jose Mourinho. …

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Mourinho Responds To Neville, Laments Lack Of Backing At United

Jose Mourinho has been doing the rounds on beIN Sports since his departure from Manchester United. The split between manager and club was acrimonious, and Mourinho had some interesting things to say when appearing on the Qatar-based show with ex-Chelsea star Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, and the ex-Sky Sports duo of Andy Gray and Richard Keys. It’s the opinion of a current …

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‘Extremely Angry’ Sarri Slams Mentally Weak Chelsea After Arsenal Defeat

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri labelled his players mentally weak and difficult to motivate after losing 2-0 at Arsenal in a toothless performance on Saturday. The Gunners blew the race for a top-four Premier League finish wide open as first-half goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Laurent Koscielny closed Arsenal and Manchester United, who beat Brighton earlier in the day, to within …

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Salah Fires Liverpool Seven Points Clear In Dramatic Finish

Liverpool moved seven points clear at the top of the Premier League as Mohamed Salah’s double inspired a dramatic 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace. With second-placed Manchester City travelling to bottom of the table Huddersfield on Sunday, Liverpool seized the chance to tighten their grip on the title race. Jurgen Klopp’s side were pushed hard by Palace but Salah’s predatory …

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Solskjaer And Rashford Set Records As Man United Beat Brighton

Mid-January is usually the time of year for which reality sets in for many of us after a positive holiday period. Manchester United continue to live the dream however, with today’s 2-1 win over Brighton putting them just three points behind Chelsea who face Arsenal in the evening kickoff. Brighton, who won the return fixture 3-2 at the start of …

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More Clubs Pile Pressure On Officials Over Leeds Spying

A further 11 Championship clubs have written to the English Football League to voice their concerns after Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa admitted spying on all his side’s opponents this season. Leeds lead the Championship, England football’s second tier. But their 2-0 win over Derby County last week was overshadowed by Bielsa’s admission he sent a club employee to spy …

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Alexander-Arnold Signs New Liverpool Contract

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Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold is the latest star to commit his future to the Premier League leaders after signing a long-term contract. Alexander-Arnold’s improved deal is reported to tie him to Liverpool until 2024. The 20-year-old has emerged as one of Liverpool’s brightest young stars as Jurgen Klopp’s side chase the club’s first English title since 1990. Alexander-Arnold, who joined …

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Watch: Rooney – “United Should Go All Out For Pochettino”

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Wayne Rooney believes that Manchester United should do all they can to secure current Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino, as the permanent replacement for Jose Mourinho.  His former teammate, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was appointed as the interim manager until the end of the season, and has made a significant impact already, winning all of his six games. The Norwegian has made no …

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Liverpool Laying Groundwork For Sustained Success, Warns Klopp

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Jurgen Klopp has warned Liverpool’s Premier League rivals that the leaders are laying the foundations for long-term success. Klopp’s side sit four points clear at the top as they chase Liverpool’s first English title since 1990. But the Liverpool boss does not want this season’s potential title triumph to be a one-off. The German believes the willingness of Liverpool’s owner John …

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Five Potential Solutions To Tottenham’s Striker Crisis

With both Harry Kane and Heung Min-Son out of action for the foreseeable future at least, Spurs find themselves in a very compromising position when it comes to striking options. The club announced earlier this week that Kane would be out until March with an ankle ligament injury while Son will be unavailable from at least February 1st as he …

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Fellaini Ruled Out For Four Weeks As Exit Rumours Linger

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Manchester United midfielder, Marouane Fellaini, has been ruled out of action for four weeks due to a calf injury, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has confirmed.  The Belgium international will miss his side’s FA Cup fourth-round clash with Arsenal next week as well as the first leg of their Champions League tie with Paris Saint Germain at Old Trafford next month. …

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Lukaku Left Out In The Cold As Solskjaer Revives United

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The future of Romelu Lukaku at Manchester United is in the spotlight as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plots to maintain his 100 percent winning record against Brighton on Saturday. Solskjaer is the first manager in the club’s history to begin his career with six straight victories and the feel-good factor is back at Old Trafford after a miserable spell under Jose …

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