England

Saturday 2 May 2015

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The visitors' hopes of survival are slim but victory over the Hammers could spark one last twist in their fight against relegation

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The Foxes eased to victory against their struggling opponents, thanks to the Argentine's brace and a Wes Morgan header, to move further away from the relegation zone

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The Red Devils are only two points behind Manchester City and Arsenal, with second within reach, but the midfielder says just holding off the chasing pack would be satisfying

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The hosts have a dire recent record against the soon-to-be-dethroned champions, having conceded 15 times in their last three clashes, and are yet to secure European football

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With Manchester United now almost certain to regain their place in the Champions League, Liverpool and Tottenham are once again set to be on the outside looking in

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The England international forward has reportedly rejected new terms worth €135,000 per week but his manager insists that the Reds will not let him go for any price

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The Argentine has had a disappointing first season at Manchester United and his manager has cast doubt on his future at the club just one year after he joined from Real Madrid

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The Dutchman is on the verge of guiding his side back into the Champions League but his opposite number on Saturday believes he will have to improve again next season

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The Blues' manager believes the competitive nature of the Premier League will make it difficult for his side to win multiple titles in the coming years

Friday 1 May 2015

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EXCLUSIVE: The former LA Galaxy star has been working on fulfilling his dream of owning a soccer franchise, but commissioner Don Garber is not willing to rush through a deal

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The Chelsea boss argued that Manchester City should have been docked points for breaching Uefa regulations but the Chilean is unconcerned by his remarks

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The Ivorian was substituted at half-time during Manchester City's 3-2 win over Aston Villa and is now facing at least a week on the sidelines

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The Dutchman believes last summer's exertions were to blame for a sluggish start to the campaign, but insists the club have now changed their plans to meet his requirements