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Late, Late Drama At Selhurst Park As Ederson Saves Last Minute Penalty To Rescue Man City A Point

Manchester City’s incredible record breaking winning streak has finally come to an end with a 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.  In saying this, it could have been much worse for Pep Guardiola’s side as it took a last-gasp penalty save from goalkeeper Ederson to maintain the league leaders’ unbeaten start to the Premier League. Now, at the …

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Liverpool Agree World Record Fee For Virgil Van Dijk [Report]

Liverpool and Southampton have come to an agreement over the transfer of Virgil van Dijk.  The centre-back will join Liverpool after the two clubs agreed on a £75 million transfer following recent discrete negotiations according to The Telegraph.   The transfer has been highly touted for some time and it looks like Liverpool have finally gotten their man after the disastrous breakdown …

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Watch: Robbie Keane Opens Indian Super League Account With Beautiful Finish In Kolkata

Robbie Keane opened his Indian Super League account with a beautiful strike in Kolkata on Saturday and earned his side, Atletico de Kolkata, all three points against struggling visitors the Delhi Dynamos. The Republic of Ireland’s record international goal-scorer, who missed the first three games of the season through injury, made his ISL debut earlier this month, coming on as …

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Alan Shearer Selects His Premier League Team Of 2017

The all-time Premier League top goalscorer Alan Shearer has revealed his team of the calendar year.  As 2017 draws to a close, we look back on the second half of the 2016/17 season along with the first half of the 2017/18 season when assessing what went down in the Premier League over the past twelve months.   Chelsea comfortably took …

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Jermaine Defoe Opens Up On His Close Friendship With The Late Bradley Lowery

Bradley Lowery touched the lives of many including millions of football fans before sadly passing away in July earlier this year at just six years of age.  The young die-hard Sunderland supporter fought bravely in the public eye against the terminal childhood cancer neuroblastoma. Bradley appeared as a mascot for his beloved Sunderland in September 2016 and formed an instant bond …

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Pep Guardiola Admits Encouraging The Celebrations Which Sparked The Old Trafford Brawl

Manchester United and Manchester City have been asked by the Football Association to give their explanations for the brawl which ensued in the Old Trafford tunnel/dressing rooms following Sunday’s derby.  The FA have requested that both clubs put on record their view of the incident by Wednesday. It has been widely reported that United boss Jose Mourinho was struck with …

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Watch: Spurs Teammates Eric Dier & Jan Vertonghen Watch Together As England Draw Belgium In World Cup

Tottenham Hotspur teammates Jan Vertonghen and Eric Dier watched the World Cup group stage draw in each other’s company on Friday afternoon.  Of course, then, their respective countries were drawn in the same group. England will meet Belgium at the group stage in next summer’s tournament in Russia. Other English internationals in the Spurs squad include Harry Kane, Dele Alli, …

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Nathan Redmond Explains Exactly What Guardiola Said In Animated Exchange

When Raheem Sterling netted a stunning 95th-minute winner to secure a 2-1 victory for Manchester City against Southampton on Wednesday night, Pep Guardiola could be forgiven for his wild and theatrical celebrations from the dugout.  However, after the final whistle, as the celebrations had died down and his own players and players from Southampton made their way off the Etihad …

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Everton Midfielder Explains How ‘Best Example’ Seamus Coleman Continues To Inspire While Out Injured

Currently teetering perilously just above the drop-zone, leaking goals at an alarming rate and without a permanent manager in place, Everton could really use a defender and leader like Seamus Coleman on the pitch. Unfortunately for the Merseyside outfit, Coleman remains sidelined by the leg injury he suffered thanks to a horrendous Neil Taylor tackle during the Republic of Ireland’s …

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