England

Sunday, May 3, 2015

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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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Louis van Gaal's men dominated the game against the Baggies at Old Trafford but could not break a resolute away defence down as they escaped with all three points

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Disgruntled fans arranged for a plane to be flown over Anfield during the club's clash with QPR, but the Northern Irishman laughed off the stunt in his post-match press conference

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Newcastle's terrible form continued, racking up their eighth straight defeat, while the Aston Villa frontman maintained his terrific scoring form against Everton

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The Newcastle manager watched his side lose their eighth game on the spin on Saturday but how does his record compare to the worst in the division's history?

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The struggling Hoops fell to a 2-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday and now sit seven points adrift of safety with just three games of the season still to play

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The Black Cats ran out 2-1 winners over Southampton on Saturday, and the Dutchman believes his players have their destiny in their own hands ahead of the final weeks of the season

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The former Arsenal striker says West Bromwich Albion would have been happy to see the strike duo playing in midfield at Old Trafford as they ran out 1-0 winners on Saturday

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The Hammers boss claimed that Burnley were very unlucky to have the veteran defender sent off, while Sean Dyche revealed that he was amazed by the referee's decision

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Expectations were at their highest since Sir Alex Ferguson's days after the enthralling victory against Manchester City but three defeats have followed and questions remain

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The Aston Villa boss praised the 25-year-old and revealed that he believes the England international is, on current form, the greatest player across the entire nation

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The Red Devils failed to score for the third game in a row as they slipped to defeat to the Baggies but their manager says they must be more clinical in front of goal

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Another pedestrian display from Louis van Gaal's men, as nobody on the home side put in anything like an acceptable performance for a top four side as Boaz Myhill starred

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The Baggies earned all three points at Old Trafford, with Chris Brunt's free-kick deflecting off Jonas Olsson and beating David De Gea, while Robin van Persie had a penalty saved

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The Potters boss was critical of his players after their 2-0 Premier League defeat to Swansea and revealed that he believes Marc Wilson was unlucky to receive his marching orders

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According to their manager, the Welsh side produced a dominant performance after the break and fully deserved their 2-0 victory over Stoke on Saturday afternoon

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The Liverpool captain admitted that he was caught in two minds prior to his penalty miss in Liverpool's 2-1 victory over QPR, while admitting his relief at scoring the winning goal

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The Leicester City boss reminded his players that they are not safe yet, but believes that his side are playing some great football and have a great chance of avoiding relegation

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The Newcastle manager suggested that the defender may have deliberately picked up a second yellow card, while he also admitted that the Magpies are in the relegation fight

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Victory for Louis van Gaal's men will all but secure a place in the top four and Champions League next season, while the Baggies are still not safe from avoiding the drop