England

Monday 14 April 2014

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Europe's governing body insist the inaugural year of their competition has been a success, but criticism of its controversial and exclusive entry criteria rumbles on

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Check out the best photos from the latest round of matches throughout the footballing world, featuring the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and more

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The midfielder has been absent for Arsenal since injuring his foot in England's win over Denmark on March 5, but his manager is hopeful he will play again before the World Cup

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The former Tottenham man admits denying their north London rivals from ending their nine-year wait for a trophy would make a possible FA Cup final victory even sweeter

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The Reds boss is excelling at Anfield with the club closing in on their first title in 24 years, while Arsenal stars should put their celebrations on ice

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Despite losing 3-2 to Liverpool, the defender is confident the league leaders can still make mistakes and allow him and his team-mates to capitalise before the end of the season

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With the Toffees leapfrogging Arsene Wenger's faltering Gunners into fourth place, the goalkeeper insists his side are relaxed with their fate now in their own hands

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Following Sunday's crucial win over title rivals Manchester City, the 33-year-old knows everything is in place to win a first ever Premier League crown with his boyhood club

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The Reds' widemen were given freedom to roam the City half at Anfield on Sunday, and their incisive runs and clever link-up play inhibited the visitors and proved to be decisive

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The striker has completed a full 90 minutes just twice this season and was withdrawn again on Saturday with the Gunners trailing Wigan even though young Yaya Sanogo stayed on

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Arsene Wenger's faltering side have slipped from title contenders to scrapping with Everton for the final Champions League berth, but the win at Wembley will have boosted morale

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Following his crucial goal against Paris Saint-Germain in midweek, the striker scored again as the Blues narrowly beat Swansea City 1-0 to keep pace with league leaders Liverpool

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The Tigers trailed the League One side at the break after lacklustre first-half display, but showed their class in the second half to reach the FA Cup final for the first time

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The boss feels the influence of Chelsea players and coaching staff may have had an effect of referee Phil Dowd's decision to brandish a second yellow card so soon into the game

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Goal's Brendon Netto lauds Liverpool’s spirit and suggests keeping it in check as the Premier League race enters its final few strides may not be an option for them.

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Following Manchester City's loss to Liverpool earlier on Sunday, Chelsea's title chances are back in their own hands with Sunderland, the Reds, Norwich and Cardiff all to play

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The Belgium international suffered a calf strain against PSG in the Champions League but the club are hopeful he can be back in action before the end of the season