Sunday, April 26, 2015

Saturday, April 25, 2015

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The Dutch boss still believes the Black Cats will remain in the Premier League despite his side falling into the relegation zone following a 1-1 draw with Stoke

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The Swans boss was delighted to see his side reach a landmark half-century of points as the South Wales outfit beat Newcastle United away from home on Saturday

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The Argentine was not a popular man with the home crowd on his return to St Mary's Stadium but is grateful to the Spurs faithful after a 2-2 draw with his old side

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Manuel Pellegrini's side are actively looking to offload the French winger in the summer and are willing to take a €14 million hit on the player they signed for €35m from Arsenal

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Fernandinho's late strike rescued all three points for the Premier League champions, but the Chilean coach felt his side were far too sloppy in possession against Aston Villa

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Reports in Germany and England on Friday evening suggested a deal could be sealed as early as this weekend, but the Bundesliga club have rejected the speculation

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The Villans fought back from two goals down to draw level, only for the Brazilian to net a late volley and open up a nine-point gap between the hosts and fifth-placed Liverpool

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Manuel Pellegrini's side cannot afford to fall further behind their rivals but are faced with a team who have proved difficult to beat under Tim Sherwood

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A clinical double from Dame N'Doye secured the Tigers a vital win at Selhurst Park, giving Steve Bruce's side a much-needed boost in their bid to avoid Premier League relegation

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John Carver became the first Magpies manager to lose seven games in a row as the Swans returned to winning ways thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jack Cork

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Steven Gerrard started for his 500th Premier League appearance for the Reds but a game with little by way of goalmouth action ended in stalemate at the Hawthorns

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Steve Bruce's side lifted themselves into 16th in the Premier League table after a valuable victory at Selhurst Park, the Senegalese striker scoring just after half-time

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The hosts missed a huge chance to gain vital ground as they struggle to stay afloat in the Premier League, with Richard Dunne having a second-half strike ruled out for offside

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Baggies goalkeeper Boaz Myhill had to be alert to keep the Reds at bay but the hosts had their own effort cleared off the line in the second half as Brendan Rodgers's side stalled

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Burnley survival hopes swung in 60 seconds as Matt Taylor's penalty miss and Jamie Vardy's goal gave Leicester City a crucial 1-0 victory

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Charlie Austin missed a first-half penalty as the Rs had the better of the game at Loftus Road without being able to make the breakthrough against a stubborn Hammers side