English Football

Wednesday 28 September 2016

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The German says there is no chance that he will take over the Three Lions, adding his sole focus is on United State's next World Cup qualifier

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The midfield metronome will lead the Gunners against his boyhood club, as Theo Walcott and Alex Iwobi look to supply the ammunition upfront

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The scandal surrounding the disgraced ex-England boss will not affect his relationship with the Portuguese, the latter quickly siding with his colleague

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Who is underpowered and overpowered on the new football game out this week? Goal's Chelsea correspondent Nizaar Kinsella looks over the Blues's ratings

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The comedian and talk show host took the reins at the Emirates Stadium with some novel ideas, although it is debatable whether Arsenal's stars were impressed

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After moving to Old Trafford for £27 million in the summer of 2004, the England captain got his Red Devils career off to the perfect start against Fenerbahce

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The Portuguese has labelled Thursday's Europa League clash crucial to the club's European campaign and confirmed Zlatan Ibrahimovic will start

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Things keep getting worse for the disgraced former Three Lions boss, after an unflattering video of him tangling with the Brazil legend was discovered

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The world's most expensive footballer settled into life at Old Trafford with a goal against Leicester and the ex-South Africa international believes there is more to come

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The ex-Arsenal and Manchester United star has revealed his children – who he says are more English than Dutch – will decide his next destination

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The Frenchman's Arsenal contract is up at the end of the season and the FA is hoping to pounce for his signature despite the Gunners planning a renewal

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The promising winger, who is currently on loan at Brentford, is rapidly rising to the top of English football having initially been rejected by the Eagles after a trial

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Luis Enrique ideally wanted to keep both his high-profile keepers at Camp Nou but, with both wanting to be first choice, the sale to Manchester City made sense

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The Ivorian lifted the trophy under Pep Guardiola at Barcelona in 2009, but he has struggled in the competition with the Blues and his downfall over the last few months is stark

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After putting in a man-of-the-match display against Paris Saint-Germain, the Colombian shot-stopper will be looking to continue where he left off against Basel this Wednesday

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The FA terminated Sam Allardyce's reign by mutual agreement following allegations published by the newspaper and now the English game is facing further scrutiny