Monday, May 4, 2015

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The 28-year-old was rushed to hospital as the Blues celebrated their first Premier League title in five years, but he has already been discharged and returned home

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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal recognises his side have reached a development plateau after losing three league games in a row without scoring a goal.

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The 75-year-old former Tottenham striker, who played during the Three Lions' victorious World Cup campaign in 1966, is in intensive care in hospital

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REFEREE'S COLUMN: Kevin Friend was right to award a penalty in Chelsea's win against Crystal Palace which handed the Premier League title to Jose Mourinho's side

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The Red Devils have not scored in any of their last three games, losing all of them, and the manager admits that finishing off their chances is proving to be a problem

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The 22-year-old forward has been the subject of several scouting trips by the Merseysiders as Brendan Rodgers plots his moves in the summer transfer market

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The Reds hero missed a penalty but scored the winner against QPR on Saturday and his fellow midfielder believes they will cope with the skipper's move to LA Galaxy

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Chelsea fans were thrilled to secure the Premier League title with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace and three games to spare.

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The Manchester United star saw his effort from 12 yards saved by Boaz Myhill as the Baggies ran out 1-0 winners at Old Trafford, while Wayne Rooney will not succeed his team-mate

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The Citizens manager avoided the topic of his future following his side's 1-0 win at White Hart Lane on Sunday after Chelsea lifted the title earlier in the day

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COMMENT: As they watch Jose Mourinho and his men celebrate a first Premier League title in five years, the chasing pack will know the task of overhauling them will be tough

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The midfielder, who helped the Blues to three titles during his time at Stamford Bridge, says Jose Mourinho's men were good value for their "huge achievement"

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The Premier League outfit are flirting with relegation but the Frenchman, who joined from Montpellier last summer, insists he has not intention of leaving at the end of the season

Sunday, May 3, 2015

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The Portuguese has answered the questions raised during his ill-fated spell at Real Madrid by building the best team in England within two seasons at Stamford Bridge

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The Argentine believes City's number one was the best player on the pitch as his side were beaten at home to the freshly dethroned English champions

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The Chilean has pointed out that Manchester City scored 101 goals in winning the Premier League last year, an apparent dig at the fact that Chelsea have netted just 69 this term

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The German duo have both been linked with Manchester United and the midfielder looks set to depart Signal Iduna Park at the end of 2014-15

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The centre-back back was dismissed during Newcastle's 3-0 loss to Leicester City, prompting manager John Carver to suggest it was his intention to miss upcoming games

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Cesc Fabregas, Oscar and Gary Cahill were among those who took to social media to celebrate their triumph following Sunday's win over Crystal Palace