Premier League

Thursday, 5 March 2015

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The Newcastle striker now faces a seven-game ban following the clash with Jonny Evans, who has until 6pm on Friday evening to respond to his own involvement

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The striker has failed to impress after joining Inter on loan in January and Ali Pektas says moving back to the Emirates Stadium is a possibility during the summer

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The striker, who scored 82 goals in 133 games before joining Barcelona, is one of a host of ex-Reds players who will mark the upcoming departure of the club legend

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A three-man panel of former elite referees unanimously concluded that red cards should have been issued to both men, who now have until 6pm on Friday to respond

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The Welshman was unmoved by the Dutchman's celebrations following Manchester United's win over Newcastle United but the 63-year-old admits he is "irritated" by the accusations

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The Senegal international insists he was reacting to something "very unpleasant" but admits there is no excuse for his actions towards the Northern Ireland international

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TV footage appeared to show both men spit at each other in the wake of a tussle towards the end of the first half of Wednesday's match at St James' Park

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The Argentina international came off the bench against Manchester United at St James's Park to make his first appearance since winning his battle with testicular cancer

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The Newcastle keeper kicked the ball straight to Ashley Young, who slotted home in Wednesday’s 1-0 win, but the full-back feels that the defence should have dealt with the danger

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The Sunderland manager is accused of improper conduct after being sent to the stands by referee Mike Dean during his side's 1-1 Premier League draw with Hull City

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The French forward collapsed early on in his side's Premier League match at Tottenham but reassures fans that it "looked much more scary than it was physically dangerous"

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The Reds manager pays tribute to the England midfielder, "one of the real leaders of this young team", and backs the German youngster to become a "world-class" player

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The reigning Premier League champions struggled in the Ivory Coast international midfielder's absence in January and February but the pair both look tired, says the manager

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The Colombia international has been regularly linked with a move to the north London club, who will be in the market for a striker in the summer to compete with Harry Kane

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The Arsenal striker was hauled off after an hour in their Champions League first-leg defeat but has scored in consecutive Premier League games after that damaging loss

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Manchester City's January signing, Wilfried Bony, had a first start to forget against Leicester City, while Ben Foster endured a nightmare evening against Aston Villa

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Jose Mourinho's side followed up their League Cup triumph with a solid 1-0 victory away against West Ham, while Liverpool's charge towards the top four continues

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Every team in the top seven won during the midweek Premier League fixtures, and the Dutchman praised his players' spirit against Newcastle as they maintained fourth place

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The Blues maintained their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 1-0 win at West Ham three days after winning their first trophy since the manager's return

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The Chilean forward remains impossible for Arsene Wenger to rest and ended a goal drought extending beyond 10 hours to help the Gunners to see off a spirited QPR