Friday 18 April 2014

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The Blues' Premier League clash with Sunderland was moved back to Saturday, but Jose Mourinho's assistant feels the governing body could have been more accommodating

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The Red Devils take on Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday sitting seventh in the Premier League, contemplating a first season without Champions League football in 18 years

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The Chilean's men now need to rely on their Premier League title rivals dropping points in the final month of the season but insists his team's hopes are still alive

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The former England captain's current contract at Stamford Bridge expires in the summer but the Blues assistant remains upbeat an extension agreement will be reached

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The duo have been given the all-clear to return to first-team action at their former club this Sunday, while there was less positive news on Rafael and Robin van Persie

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The winner will be announced on Sunday, April 27 and Suarez is favourite to be crowned the top footballer in England following a blistering season

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The award, which is open to players who were 23-years-old or younger on July 1 2013, will be handed out next Sunday at Grosvenor House in London

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With the Manchester United manager set to make the trip to his former side, his successor has urged a repeat of the atmosphere which helped the Toffees beat Arsenal

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With the two sides set to face off against each other on June 14, the Three Lions manager feels the 34-year-old is likely to have the most significant impact on the game

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Whoever said you need to be fit, trim and slim to become a footballer? Goal looks at some of the players past and present who have ditched the Cristiano Ronaldo physique

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The veteran goalkeeper has agreed to pledge his future to the high-flying Toffees until the age of 39, much to Roberto Martinez's delight

Thursday 17 April 2014

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The Spaniard gives his backing to the former Everton coach while also revealing that, when signing for the club, he was given assurances that several other players would be bought

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Despite admitting that "the stats don't lie" in terms of the benefits of avoiding European fixture congestion, the Spurs boss has no intention of trying to avoid qualification

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The Eagles secured survival on Wednesday night with a win at Champions League-chasing Everton, with the former Man United boss one of just two who told him to accept the role

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In light of the league leader's involvement in controversial refereeing decisions during the season, their manager has urged his squad to finish first "the right way"

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The Arsenal striker wants to see David Moyes's side triumph at Goodison Park on Sunday and has vowed to score "again and again" to help his side secure a top-four finish