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Eden Hazard Targets Title To Hint At Chelsea Stay

Eden Hazard dropped a hint he is willing to stay at Chelsea next season as the FA Cup winner set his sights on more silverware. Hazard scored the first-half penalty that fired Chelsea to a 1-0 win over Manchester United in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley. The 27-year-old has two years remaining on his current contract with the Blues, …

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Watch: Fernando Torres Bids Farewell To Atletico With Two Goals

After eleven seasons at Atletico Madrid across the 21st century, Fernando Torres has finally left for good. The World Cup winner made his name at the Wanda Metropolitano, joining Atleti in 2000 and scoring 91 goals before a big-money move to Liverpool in 2007. After eight seasons in England, during which he won the Champions League with Chelsea, the Spaniard returned …

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Jamie Vardy Linked With Sensational Move To La Liga [Report]

From Fleetwood Town to Madrid in a matter of years? Jamie Vardy’s rags-to-riches story is a famous one. A non-league player for both Halifax Town and Fleetwood Town, the 31-year-old moved to Championship side Leicester in 2012. The Foxes earned promotion to the Premier League two years later, and of course, astonishingly won England’s top league in 2016, with Vardy …

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Scholes On Sanchez: ‘His Performances Can’t Get Any Worse’

Manchester United great Paul Scholes has warned Alexis Sanchez he must improve following his lacklustre display in Saturday’s FA Cup final defeat by Chelsea, saying his performances “can’t get any worse”. Former United midfielder Scholes singled out Chile international Sanchez for criticism after a match United lost 1-0 at Wembley, with Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard scoring the only goal of …

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Jose Mourinho Accused Of Ruining Two Of His Young Stars

The fallout from Manchester United’s FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea has centred more on the nature of the loss rather than the result itself. The Red Devils didn’t get going until the second half, and even then they couldn’t cancel out Eden Hazard’s early penalty. Still not at 100%, Romelu Lukaku was benched, with Jose Mourinho giving Marcus Rashford …

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Latest Premier League Manager Departures Breaks The Record

Carlos Carvalhal and Paul Lambert’s departures from their clubs on Friday mean there have now been a Premier League-record 15 managerial changes this season. Swansea announced they would not renew Carvalhal’s expiring contract and Stoke, also relegated, quickly followed suit by parting company with Lambert. The pair followed Sam Allardyce (Everton) and David Moyes (West Ham) in leaving their roles …

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Gareth Southgate Wants His England Players To Let Off Steam

England manager Gareth Southgate wants his players to enjoy their time off before and during the World Cup in Russia despite the potential for criticism of his management. Southgate named a youthful 23-man squad on Wednesday and his given those not involved in the FA Cup or Champions League finals a week off to rest after the rigours of a …

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Pep Guardiola Signs New Deal To Remain At Man City Until 2021

Pep Guardiola signed a new deal to remain as Man City coach until 2021 on Thursday after a record-breaking season which saw the club run away with the Premier League title. Guardiola masterminded a historic campaign as City became the first side in English football history to achieve 100 points in a top-flight campaign, adding the title to their League Cup triumph. …

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Arsene Wenger Gives Backing To Mikel Arteta For His Old Job

Mikel Arteta has “all of the qualities” required to become Arsenal manager, their legendary former manager Arsene Wenger told Bein Sports. The 36-year-old Spaniard — who played 150 matches under Wenger at Arsenal — is imbued with the spirit of the Gunners, added Wenger, although the Frenchman was at pains to say he didn’t wish to influence the board’s decision. …

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