Sunday, March 1, 2015

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The Stoke City manager has expressed anger at the officials after they failed to notice the challenge on the Potters midfielder, who required stitches after the game

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The Magpies manager was extremely satisfied that his side picked up all three points against Aston Villa, and revealed he does not care that it was an unattractive victory

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The official has stood by his original decision to send the Sunderland defender off, despite replays appearing to show that it was actually John O'Shea who committed the offence

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The West Brom striker has been tipped to become one of the Premier League's best after scoring the winner against Southampton on Saturday

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The former Tottenham boss believes his new club can guarantee their Premier League status next year, claiming that there were many positives to take from their latest defeat

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The Hull City manager was left frustrated by Neil Swarbrick and his officials after Peter Crouch appeared to score from an offside position in Stoke's 1-0 win on Saturday

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The Newcastle United midfielder, who was an unused substituted in their victory over Aston Villa, has spoken out on his return after his battle with testicular cancer

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The Chelsea boss feels it is difficult to imagine the Argentine playing for another club in his career despite the player himself previously hinting at a departure

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From Papiss Cisse's exemplary striking exploits to Wes Brown's case of mistaken identity, Goal runs through the best of the statistics from Saturday's top-flight matches

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The Scottish Championship leaders, who are now 20 points clear of second-placed Hibernian, scored ten goals against the visitors - who played the majority of the match with 10 men

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The Manchester City manager inists his side have a great opportunity to win at Liverpool, despite failing to win any of their last 12 away matches against Brendan Rodgers' outfit

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Peter Crouch scored the only goal of the match midway through the second half as the Potters claimed all three points against the Tigers at the Britannia Stadium

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The Welsh outfit claimed the victory at Turf Moor after Clarets defender Kieran Trippier put the ball into his own net, after a Jack Cork effort, midway through the second half

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The 21-year-old has enjoyed a sublime season at the Hawthorns in 2014-15 and netted after just two minutes as the Baggies overcame Ronald Koeman's high-flying side

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The England international scored in the second half to earn all three points for the hosts at the expense of Steve Bruce's side who are just four points above the relegation zone

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The Senegal international scored his 11th goal of the campaign in the first half as the Magpies overcame Tim Sherwood's struggling side at St James' Park on Saturday

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The Clarets defender turned the ball into his own net, after a Jack Cork effort, to gift the Welsh outfit all three points as the home side fail to climb out of the drop zone

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The England striker netted his opener from the penalty spot and completed his brace following Wes Brown's wrongful dismissal, though the Argentine's woes continued

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Wayne Rooney scored his first goals in nine games as his double helped Manchester United to a 2-0 win over 10-man Sunderland at Old Trafford as Wes Brown was wrongly red carded