England

Tuesday 24 March 2015

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The Colombia international has failed to impress on loan at Manchester United but could be offered the opportunity to remain in the Premier League

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The Arsenal striker says that after the Barcelona attacker took time to settle at Camp Nou, he has now established himself as a key man for club and country

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The striker has nine goals in his last 10 appearances and believes he has shown the mental strength to bounce back from the flak he faced after his side's defeat to Monaco

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The 67-year-old has outlined plans to increase the number of home-grown players in squads and believes the emergence of Harry Kane is a fine example of breakthrough English talent

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The 23-year-old replaces the Liverpool midfielder, who suffered a groin injury during Sunday's defeat to Manchester United at Anfield

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The former Athletic Bilbao midfielder revealed there is no hierarchy among the players at Old Trafford though he admits Michael Carrick is respected by the whole of the squad

Monday 23 March 2015

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The Liverpool defender appeared to plant his foot on the Manchester United goalkeeper's leg in the closing stages of Sunday's clash and has now been reprimanded

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The €36 million signing struggled to adapt to the Dutchman's philosophy in the opening months of the season but says he has altered his game to make the manager happy

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The Everton striker will miss his country's games against Cyprus and Israel after sustaining an injury in the club's 2-1 victory over QPR at Loftus Road on Sunday

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The loanee insists his embattled manager is showing no signs of buckling under pressure despite looking likely to end the season empty-handed

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The Spaniard feels he was rewarded for his patience on Sunday, having started just twice for Manchester United since January 17, and was thrilled to score with a scissor kick

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The Chilean expects the Premier League leaders to drop points between now and the end of the season and says the champions can still retain their title

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While Steven Gerrard stole the headlines, his coach hailed his goals in the 2-1 win at Anfield as United move five points clear of their rivals in the race for fourth place