England

Friday, April 17, 2015

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A study by Kick It Out found the Premier League leaders to be the most targeted club for online abuse, while the Blues coach spoke about possible destinations for Jurgen Klopp

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Brendan Rodgers has played down the furore surrounding the England winger and his team-mate Jordon Ibe, but the Aston Villa manager couldn't resist poking fun at the incident

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The Premier League champions have scouted the France Under-21 international several times this season and have identified him as a key defensive target ahead of a summer rebuild

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The group, known as AshleyOut.com, will visit Leazes Park for the duration of Sunday's Premier League match to "watch the grass grow" and play football with fellow fans

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The ex-Manchester United midfielder expects the Spaniard to move to the Eithad Stadium in 2016, while he also feels Jurgen Klopp would be a success in the Premier League

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A study by anti-discrimination group Kick It Out found that an estimated 134,400 negative posts have been made so far this season, with Mario Balotelli the most targeted player

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Having struck three goals in the last three games for Louis Van Gaal's resurgent side, Al Hain-Cole is backing the former Blues favourite to steal the headlines in the capital

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The Gunners scrapped through on penalties against Wigan before mounting a two-goal comeback over Hull to win the FA Cup last season, and the defender feels lessons were learned

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After a year that sparked questions over whether the game had rendered him obsolete, the Spaniard has fought back to prove there is still a place for him

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The ex-captain resigned from international duty in 2012 before being found guilty of racial abuse and the Italian insists the defender still the best the Three Lions have to offer

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The Turf Moor outfit have won just one of their last 11 matches and remain two points adrift of safety with six games left in their season

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Missing their first choice strikeforce and needing only to avoid defeat in order to retain breathing space at the top of the league, Al Hain-Cole expects the Blues to sit tight

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The 2005 Champions League winner has backed his former skipper over his decision to join MLS outfit LA Galaxy and has called on the Reds to move on from his departure

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The Poland international will line-up for the Gunners at Wembley against Reading on Saturday but his boss has called on him to work on his concentration

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The Saints can move to within two points of fourth-placed Manchester City but must arrest a three-match winless run away from home at the Britannia Stadium

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The Blues require four more victories to secure their second piece of silverware this season, but the visitors are in fine form having won six straight league matches

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The Germany international has struggled for form since joining the Gunners from Real Madrid but has improved his showings since recovering from injury

Thursday, April 16, 2015