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Chelsea Win Carabao Cup Penalty Shootout After Dire Dier Miss

Chelsea will meet Manchester City next month in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley after seeing off Tottenham Hotspur in the semi final. Spurs led 1-0 heading into the second leg, but with Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Heung-min Son missing for the visitors, they still faced a difficult task to advance at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea, who have faced striker …

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Thierry Henry’s Golden Touch Turns To Dust In Monaco

After a stellar playing career that saw him win countless club and international honours, Thierry Henry’s hopes of enjoying a managerial golden touch suffered an ignominious start after his suspension on Thursday as Monaco coach. Henry was removed from his coaching duties after he failed to spark a change in fortunes at the struggling club, who are second-from bottom in …

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Thierry Henry Suspended From Monaco Head Coach Duties

Thierry Henry Monaco

Monaco have confirmed that they have suspended first-team coach Thierry Henry.  A very brief official statement read: AS Monaco announces that it has decided to suspend first-team coach Thierry Henry. Franck Passi will train the professional group this Friday. Henry took over as manager of Monaco just three months ago and it looks like his first foray into head coaching …

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Guernsey Police Call Off Search For Missing Emiliano Sala

Police on Thursday ended their search for Premier League player Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson, saying the chances of finding them alive three days after their plane went missing over the Channel were “extremely remote”. The light aircraft transporting the 28-year-old striker, who signed for Cardiff City at the weekend, disappeared from radar around 20 kilometres (12 miles) north …

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Stephen Kenny Gives Positive Update On Potential Parrott & Idah Call-Ups

Irish U21s manager Stephen Kenny has given a positive update about potentially including U19s standout strikers Troy Parrott and Adam Idah in his upcoming squads for their European qualifiers. Parrott and Idah have both impressed for their respective clubs this season with the former grabbing 14 goals for Spurs’ U18s and the latter scoring eight times for Norwich U23s. Both …

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Solskjaer Hopeful Over New Man United Contract For Martial

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes Anthony Martial will agree a new contract with Manchester United in the coming weeks as the club look to tie down a clutch of top players. France forward Martial and goalkeeper David de Gea are both out of contract at the end of next season after United triggered 12-month extension options shortly before Christmas. The club …

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Keith Andrews Joins Kenny’s Coaching Ticket As Squad Announced

Republic of Ireland U21 manager, Stephen Kenny, has appointed former international, Keith Andrews, to his coaching staff. Andrews, who is part of the current FAI UEFA Pro Licence course, will become assistant coach alongside Jim Crawford, who leaves his role as Ireland Under-18 Head Coach. The Dubliner, who earned 35 caps for Ireland, was previously part of Colin O’Brien’s coaching staff …

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Rush Plays Down Liverpool’s Lack Of Title-Winning Experience

Ian Rush

Liverpool’s record goalscorer Ian Rush is not concerned by the lack of title-winning experience in Jurgen Klopp’s side as they seek to fend off Manchester City and end a 29-year drought. The Reds, who have not been English champions since 1990, lead the Premier League by four points from Pep Guardiola’s side, the vast majority of whom were integral to …

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