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Missed out on football over the weekend? We give you a quick glimpse of the top moments that took the headlines in the world of football

10. London or Munich to host Euro 2020 showpiece

"Uefa have announced that the semi-finals and final of the competition will be held in either England or Germany, with the final decision set to be made in September."
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9. Wenger to stay at Arsenal

"The Gunners boss is adamant he wants to remain at the Emirates Stadium next season despite the Frenchman having yet to sign an extension. He also says coaches are not given enough time to succeed in the Premier League."
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8. Pjanic wondergoal leads Roma victory

"The Bosnian midfielder scored a sublime individual goal as he danced through half the Milan side to slot home the opener for the hosts, whose win delayed Juventus' title crowning."
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7. Salim Moin resigns from Tampines

"Nine league games into the S.League season, the former Singapore international has stepped down after slightly over four months into the job following a series of poor results from the Stags recently."
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6. Leading trio all win in La Liga

"Leaders Atletico Madrid stayed four points clear with three games to go after Raul Garcia's winner edged Valencia 1-0, despite them being down to 10 men. Barcelona and Real Madrid kept up the pace in second and third respectively with 3-2 and 4-0 victories."
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5. Van Gaal agrees to be Man Utd boss

"While the club denied reports that the Dutchman has officially taken over, Goal understands that he has finalised contract negotiations and will take charge after finishing the World Cup with the Netherlands."
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4. LionsXII to embark on Myanmar tour

"The Malaysia Super League champions will travel to the Southeast Asian nation to take on Raddy Avramovic's new national side, as well as Nay Pyi Taw FC, in friendlies. They will return by the end of the week."
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3. Tito Vilanova passes away at 45

"The former Barcelona coach lost his battle with cancer on Friday. He won the league title with them in 2013 and 20,000 supporters turned out to pay tribute to Vilanova at Camp Nou on Saturday. The football world expressed their condolences as well. "
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2. Giggs makes winning debut

"The interim Manchester United manager led his side to a 4-0 rout of struggling Norwich City, having taken over after David Moyes was sacked. The 40-year-old oversaw a victorious display at Old Trafford as Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata struck a brace each to lift the mood at the club."
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1. Chelsea frustrate Liverpool in Anfield triumph

"The Reds faced a parked bus at home as Jose Mourinho's defensive tactics halted their momentum and a run of 11 straight wins, with Demba Ba and Willian capitalising on defensive errors to lead the Blues to victory and open up the title race again."
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