Premier League

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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Chelsea have just two days' rest between the trip to Anfield and the visit of Atletico Madrid to Stamford Bridge, and the Portuguese could field a weakened side on Sunday

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The club have lost five games on the trot to put their hopes of finishing in the top half in jeopardy, and the manager - returning from his touchline ban - has urged improvements

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The Merseyside outfit sit one point adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal with three games remaining, with the squad a keen to secure European qualification for the first time since 2009

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The former Old Trafford midfielder believes the Scot has been let down by the club - namely in the transfer market - and says Sir Alex Ferguson is not to blame for his appointment

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The Scot was relieved of his duties at Manchester United on Tuesday just 10 months into a six-year contract, and his Chelsea counterpart has expressed his sympathies

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Despite leading the Premier League at the beginning of the year, the Gunners are now battling with Everton for Champions League qualification and Hull in the hunt for silverware

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The defender says his team-mate's goalscoring exploits this season will attract other clubs and feels Garry Monk's side may find it difficult to keep him at the Liberty Stadium

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The French midfielder will feature for the Under-21s on Tuesday night and his manager says he could even make a first-team appearance before the end of the season

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The Football Association have confirmed the forward has been fined and warned about his future conduct after social media posts relating to the controversial gesture

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The French midfielder has recovered from an ankle injury picked up in February but coach Tim Sherwood says the club will have to monitor him closely

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The Belgium international suffered a small tear in his groin against Manchester United on Sunday but is expected to be fit in time for the World Cup in Brazil

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The former Barcelona coach says he wants to see out his contract at Munich and that he still has a job to do to improve the German champions

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The former Reds boss is thrilled to see Brendan Rodgers on the verge of achieving what he could not by leading the club to Premier League glory and does not expect any late hiccup

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The Italian believes that plenty of clubs would already have dismissed the Scot but is surprised that the Manchester United hierarchy made such a ruthless decision

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The former defender says he is totally shocked to see the Scot depart Old Trafford and says there are no guarantees his replacement will be able to put things right

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The German had been identified as the No.1 choice to take the reins at Old Trafford but has reaffirmed his commitment to Borussia Dortmund, with Louis van Gaal also in the frame

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The experienced Netherlands coach has told friends he wants to replace David Moyes at Old Trafford after holding initial talks with a United delegation last week

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The Spaniard has struggled since making a £50m move to Stamford Bridge from Anfield and looks a shadow of the player once regarded as the best striker in the world

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The club have confirmed that the 40-year-old will take charge of the final four matches of the season after the Scot was relieved of his duties on Tuesday morning