England

Sunday, December 28, 2014

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Louis van Gaal has named the same starting XI which defeated Newcastle United on Friday, but will they enjoy a similar result at White Hart Lane?

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EXCLUSIVE: The Blues sent negotiators to Croatia on Saturday for talks with the player's father and a Rijeka delegation, including former Aston Villa striker Bosko Balaban

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The 27-year-old had to settle for moving to Upton Park rather than rejoin the Gunners, whom he says would have won the title if they kept Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie

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The Toffees have been inconsistent in the first half of 2014-15 and the Spaniard feels that Sunday's trip to Newcastle is thus a game of the utmost importance

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Well aware of the striker's threat from their work together at Atletico Madrid, the Southampton loanee expects a tough time but senses similarities between the Saints and Atleti

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The Red Devils captain has found his goalscoring boots in recent games, and Al Hain-Cole expects him to extend his strong record against Mauricio Pochettino's side

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Since the start of 2011-12, the north Londoners have won only five of their 34 league games against Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool

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The centre-back agreed a one-year extension in May and the Portuguese promises that the table-topping Blues will be far quicker to tie up his future this time around

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Although the Englishman is full of praise for the Frenchman's management ability, he is backing his side to "get at" a vulnerable Gunners back line when they visit Upton Park

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The Ewsa boss has praised the 20-year-old's performances in an unfamiliar role, having been asked to lead the attack, and has backed him to develop a greater scoring touch

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With a number of the Premier League's most in-form strikers looking to continue their goal-scoring streaks this weekend, Al Hain-Cole is backing the QPR and Manchester United men

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The German feels he justifies more game time and is ready to leave if he is not guaranteed a bigger role, while he admits Krystian Bielik would be tempted by the Gunners

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The Manchester United boss says that he was never worried about his strike duo's egos and has no regrets about turning down Tottenham ahead of Sunday's trip to White Hart Lane

Saturday, December 27, 2014

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Manchester United have been linked with the former Tottenham Hotspur player but los Blancos have no interest in letting him go, even for three times what they paid for him

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The Colombian was heavily linked to a move to Real Madrid before joining Manchester United, and he admits he has often wanted to go somewhere but ended up elsewhere

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The 27-year-old spent seven years at Arsenal before being sold to Barcelona for around €17 million in 2012, and he will be reunited with the Gunners on Sunday

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The Potters have secured impressive wins against the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal this season and now hope to record back-to-back victories after triumphing on Boxing Day

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The striker, who has been on loan at San Siro, will join the Italian club on a permanent basis, although reports suggest his future may actually lie at Atletico Madrid

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The manager has been impressed with his squad's attitude in recent weeks after winning three games in a row, but host Louis van Gaal's rejuvenated side on Sunday