Premier League

Sunday, 20 April 2014

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The Gunners have sent scouts to monitor the progress of the highly rated teenage midfielder, who is yet to sign a professional contract with the St Mary's Stadium outfit

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The Uruguayan will visit Carrow Road for the third time on Sunday afternoon having scored hat-tricks in his first two matches at Carrow Road, and four at Anfield in December

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The England left-back believes the Toffees have been transformed into genuine top-four contenders under the Spaniard, who replaced David Moyes last summer

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Manuel Pellegrini is considering a move for the Sampdoria centre-back, who was released by Everton in 2012, while Felix Magath will stay at Fulham even if they are relegated

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The caretaker boss believes his side's 2-1 victory at St James' Park highlighted their togetherness, while he refuses to believe the south Wales outfit are safe just yet

Saturday, 19 April 2014

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The Scot was encouraged by the response of his players against Southampton as they picked up a "huge point", while he also praised Gordon Cowans and Shay Given

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The Rojiblancos remain on course for La Liga and look to have the edge in the sides' forthcoming Champions League tie after the Blues surprisingly lost to Sunderland on Saturday

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The Southampton manager was convinced his side should have been awarded a spot-kick against Aston Villa on Saturday, while he dodged questions on his future at the club

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The Bluebirds boss felt Stoke City were wrongly awarded a spot-kick, though the side rallied amongst the adversity, while Mark Hughes was equally disappointed with the officiating

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The Republic of Ireland international revealed his manager's words of motivation ahead of Saturday's 2-1 victory, while Fabio Borini says he had no nerves when taking the penalty

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Manuel Pellegrini's side are exploring the possibility of a £15 million move for the Spaniard, whose contract expires in the summer of 2015 and could be tempted to leave

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The Magpies manager labelled his side's 2-1 defeat to Swansea as "cruel", while he also bemoaned injuries to strikers Papiss Cisse and Luuk de Jong in the first half

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The Special One's men were frustrated yet again by inferior opposition at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, and the Reds now have a golden chance to make this title theirs

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The Portuguese was curt in his post-match interviews after Chelsea succumbed to a late Fabio Borini spot-kick, having a sly dig at the decision to award the Black Cats a penalty

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Fabio Borini returns to haunt the Blues as the Black Cats end Jose Mourinho's 77-game unbeaten home Premier League record and snatch a vital three points

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Samuel Eto'o gave Jose Mourinho's side the lead although the Black Cats hit back to condemn the hosts to defeat and ensure that they'd miss the chance to go top of the table

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The Hammers slipped to their third straight Premier League defeat after losing to Crystal Palace and the 59-year-old admits his side paid the price for their "miserable" finishing

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The Eagles are now mathematically safe from being relegated, while the 56-year-old concedes the work his players have done in training 'would bore a lot of people'

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The Fulham boss is hopeful his side can still avoid relegation, despite their 3-1 defeat to Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Saturday

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A late penalty piled more pressure on manager Alan Pardew handing the hosts their fifth straight Premier League defeat and giving the visitors a vital three points