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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


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

Lukaku Solskjaer

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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The FPL Fairy Outlines Key Picks For Gameweek 23

The FPL Fairy is back with his top picks ahead of the Gameweek 23 deadline. _____ Gameweek 22 finished with an average points score of 49 across the 6.1m FPL managers and the highest points scoring player was West Ham’s Declan Rice. The £4.4m priced midfielder is classed as a defender in FPL and he scored the winning goal for …

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Bielsa Spent 300 Hours On Extraordinary Presentation

An impromptu press conference was called earlier today by under-fire Leeds United boss, Marcelo Bielsa. The eccentric manager had admitted that he was responsible for the spy controversy that dogged his sides’ win over Derby last week. The buzz that followed this presser announcement for 5p.m saw many believe that he would step down as Leeds manager, or at least …

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Ronaldo Seals Italian Super Cup For Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo scored the only goal to hand Juventus their first trophy of the season with a 1-0 win over ten-man AC Milan in the Italian Super Cup on Wednesday in Saudi Arabia. Ronaldo – signed by the Italian giants last year from Real Madrid as they target a first Champions League title since 1996 – headed in a 61st-minute …

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Emery Confident He Will Be Given Time To Rebuild Arsenal

Unai Emery believes he will be handed the time necessary to “get Arsenal back to where the club deserves to be” despite a recent slump threatening the Gunners’ chances of a return to the Champions League. After a 22-game unbeaten run between August and December, Arsenal have lost three of their last six Premier League matches to fall six points …

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EFL Launch Investigation Into Leeds United “Spygate” Affair

Championship leaders Leeds will be under a formal Football League investigation following Marcelo Bielsa’s admission that he instructed a member of staff to spy on a Derby training session. Leeds manager Bielsa revealed he was responsible for sending the man to watch Frank Lampard’s Derby in training on Thursday. Bielsa claimed the practice of spying on opponents was common in …

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Alexander-Arnold Injury Leaves Liverpool Short Of Defensive Options

Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold is expected to be sidelined for up to a month with knee damage, leaving the Premier League leaders short of defensive options. The England international sustained a problem in the warm-up before Saturday’s 1-0 win at Brighton but played the full 90 minutes. However, he now faces an extended spell on the sidelines, with a knee ligament …

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Solskjaer’s United Are Impressive But Their Luck May Soon Run Out

With victory in Wembley, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has passed his first significant test as Manchester United manager and in the process showed that there is going to be a lot more to his approach than just ‘attack, attack, attack’. Jose Mourinho will perhaps wonder if his tenure at Old Trafford was not subject to the influence of some malevolent hex.  …

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Guardiola In Tough Hunt For ‘New’ Fernandinho

Pep Guardiola has acknowledged finding a long-term replacement for Fernandinho is becoming a matter of increasing urgency for Manchester City. The 33-year-old Brazilian has become one of the most important players in City’s line-up during Guardiola’s three seasons at the club, with his hard work and passing ability as a holding midfielder providing both security in front of the defence …

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Kane Injury Could Be ‘Massive Problem’ For Spurs, Says Pochettino

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he fears a “massive problem” after Harry Kane limped off the Wembley pitch with an apparent ankle problem following his side’s 1-0 defeat to Manchester United. Kane was hurt after clashing with United defender Phil Jones in the closing seconds of the match as the visitors dug deep to protect their 1-0 lead at Wembley …

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Watch: Barcelona Decimate Eibar With Wonderful Team Goal

It’s now six straight La Liga wins for the current title holders. An upset defeat to Levante in the Copa Del Rey occurred on Thursday, but Barcelona bounced back in style at home against Eibar. Lionel Messi made history in the 3-0 win, scoring his 400th La Liga goal with the second strike of the evening. Lionel Messi's 400th La …

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