England

Sunday 22 March 2015

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The Manchester United manager notes that a switch to three at the back, which he introduced at Old Trafford earlier this season, has worked wonders for the Reds' form

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For the second time in the new manager's short tenure, the Villans were downed near the end of a Premier League game, something which he wants addressed before it is too late

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The England international goalkeeper damaged his knee during his side's victory against Burnley on Saturday and his manager warns that "the doctor is not positive"

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The goalkeeper was forced off in the opening moments of Spurs' 4-3 win over Leicester City and will miss his country's upcoming matches against Brazil and Denmark

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The Hull manager says that his Chelsea counterpart has always offered a sympathetic ear, tracing back their good relationship to a deal for striker Mikael Forssell

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COMMENT: The Tottenham striker celebrated his first England call-up with a hat-trick in a 4-3 win over Leicester that gives Roy Hodgson a welcome headache

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The Tottenham left-back replaces the Manchester United youngster, while Rob Green and Jack Butland are called in by Roy Hodgson as cover for first-choice goalkeeper Joe Hart

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The Netherlands striker has been out of action since the end of February with an ankle ligament injury but hopes to return in April for the Old Trafford encounter

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The goalkeeper picked up an injury during his side's win over Stoke City but an initial prognosis of a month on the sidelines has been extended due to cruciate ligament damage

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The West Ham manager saw his side beat Sunderland 1-0 on Saturday and was asked for his response to the vice-chairman's newspaper column by Sky Sports, but she was misquoted

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The 21-year-old continued his incredible season by putting three past Leicester City in a thrilling Premier League game, celebrating his first senior England call-up

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The Foxes, who are languishing at the bottom of the Premier League table, fought back from two goals down at White Hart Lane but were undone by a Harry Kane hat-trick

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Goals from Glenn Murray and Wilfried Zaha saw the Eagles come from behind to beat Stoke City on Saturday, edging them 11 points clear of the Premier League relegation zone

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Diafra Sakho's late goal gave the Hammers all three points over the Black Cats in a scrappy game at Upton Park, with the away side starting Dick Advocaat's reign with a loss

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The striker netted in the 88th minute as the Black Cats remained just one point above the relegation zone despite a dogged display in east London

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Craig Dawson appeared to foul Wilfried Bony during West Brom's 3-0 loss to Manchester City, only for the match official to give Gareth McAuley his marching orders after two minutes