England

Monday, April 27, 2015

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The Chelsea forward won the PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday, but he is not ready to follow in the footsteps of previous winners with a lucrative transfer to Spain

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As Chelsea move within two wins of winning the Premier League title, the current champions' boss feels a top-four finish should be seen as an impressive achievement

Sunday, April 26, 2015

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The Spurs striker has scored 20 league goals so far this season - 30 in all competitions - to see off comeptition from Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Manchester United's David De Gea

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Arsenal could only draw at home to the champions-elect on Sunday, with the coach ruing his side's inability to take the "handbrake" off as the Blues moved closer to the title

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The crowd at the Emirates Stadium chanted "boring, boring Chelsea" late in the two sides' 0-0 stalemate on Sunday but the Portuguese took a swipe at his opposite number

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The England international concedes that his team were "off the pace" at Goodison Park on Sunday but vows that they will regain their form against West Brom next time out

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The Spaniard masterminded a fine counterattacking performance to dismantle Louis van Gaal's side in the Premier League's Sunday lunchtime kick-off at Goodison Park

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The Blues boss was in awe of his captain, insisting that he put in his best ever performance as the west Londoners moved a step closer to the Premier League title

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The Blues are now six points away from Premier League glory after a match full of controversial refereeing calls, with the Portuguese's record against Arsene Wenger intact

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Both teams were denied penalty appeals as the Blues shut out Arsene Wenger's men to move a point closer to the Premier League title on Cesc Fabregas's return to north London

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The forward was replaced by Robin van Persie in the closing stages of Sunday's shock loss at Everton and boss Louis van Gaal admitted the severity of the problem is not yet known

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The on-loan Southampton defender says that while he damaged his shoulder during the defeat by Stoke City, he was determined to take to the field to face Spurs

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The Red Devils boss reveals that Ryan Giggs had noticed that the players were down on their usual level ahead of the loss at Goodison Park but he vows to make things right

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The Red Devils' defence could not cope with the hosts' threat on the break as, despite enjoying most of the possession, they were taken apart by Roberto Martinez's men

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Goals from James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas condemned Louis van Gaal's side to a second successive Premier League defeat despite having most of the ball

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Winning their game in hand would still leave the Reds six points behind fourth-placed Manchester City but the Northern Irishman says that they will fight right to the end