Friday, April 18, 2014

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Manchester City now needs to rely on its Premier League title rivals dropping points in the final month of the season, but the manager says his team's hopes are still alive.

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The winner will be announced on Sunday, April 27 and Suarez is the favorite to be crowned the top footballer in England following a blistering season.

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The award, which is open to players who were 23-years-old or younger on July 1 2013, will be handed out next Sunday at Grosvenor House in London.

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The Argentina captain is at odds with the club over a new contract but with the need for renewal urgent around Camp Nou, should Barca take the money and run?

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The Southampton boss, who could also leave the south coast club, insists the England international is unlikely to leave despite interest from the pair and Manchester City.

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With the Manchester United manager set to make the trip to his former side, his successor has urged a repeat of the atmosphere which helped the Toffees beat Arsenal.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men claimed victory over Southampton last time out and another three points against the Potters would move them level on points with 17th-placed Norwich.

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Garry Monk's men have been dogged by talk of training-ground unrest ahead of a crucial opportunity to get more than three points away from the relegation places.

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With work still left to do to confirm the club's Premier League status, two key Villans staff have been suspended — leaving Paul Lambert in need of a calming result.

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Though he feels that his side has essentially secured its Premier League safety, Palace boss Tony Pulis wants the club to maintain its form and provide real competition.

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The Lewis Holtby is ineligible to play against his parent club Saturday but Cottagers boss Felix Magath has still consulted him to help scout Spurs.

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Jose Mourinho's side can go on top with a victory over the struggling Black Cats, who remain in last place and sit six points from safety with just five games remaining.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

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The Spaniard gives his backing to the former Everton coach while also revealing that, when signing for the club, he was given assurances that several other players would be bought

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The striker was forced to come off injured in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City but wants to play a part in the final few games of the season.

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The Blues have held meetings with the striker's camp over the past month and are near to securing an agreement to bring the Atletico Madrid star to Stamford Bridge in the summer

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The Eagles secured survival on Wednesday night with a win at Champions League-chasing Everton, with the former Man United boss one of just two who told him to accept the role.