England

Sunday, May 24, 2015

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The manager and players of the year have been named by the Professional Footballers' Association, but who impressed Goal UK correspondent Greg Stobart most this season?

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With Newcastle United and Hull City desperately trying to avoid falling out of the Premier League, Goal talks to Gary McAllister and Joe Royale about their contrasting experiences

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The manager installed the striker as Man Utd captain after trialling a number of players with the armband during preseason, praising his work on and off the field.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

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The Canaries, who take on Middlesbrough in the Championship playoff final Monday with a place in the Premier League up for grabs, have picked up another famous fan.

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Ahead of Monday's Championship playoff final between Middlesbrough and Norwich City, the clubs' managers are hungry to take their chance.

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Swansea City manager Garry Monk believes Michu is unlikely to remain at the Liberty Stadium next season.

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The midfielder is compared to Kenny Dalglish and Billy Liddell when it comes to the best in the club's history, but his achievements and dedication trump the lot, says Rich Jolly.

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This season seemed to belong to Harry Kane at times, but will he see off two of his teammates in a Goal readers poll to determine this campaign's star Spur?

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Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino has his sights set on claiming automatic qualification for the UEFA Europa League group stage.

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With Southampton still in the chase for Europe, Ronald Koeman remains focused on maintaining performance levels at Manchester City.

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There will be a carnival atmosphere at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea lifts the Premier League title while Sunderland celebrates survival.

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As Raheem Sterling's contract saga rumbles on, Brendan Rodgers is focusing on Liverpool's last Premier League game of 2014-15 at Stoke City.

Friday, May 22, 2015

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Needing a point to seal third place, Arsenal is happy to be under some pressure heading into the clash against West Brom.

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The former Manchester United defender has accused the club of failing to keep with the times and says Raheem Sterling's desire to leave should not come as a surprise.