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Defensive Injury Worry For Newcastle United

Newcastle United defender Daryl Janmaat tweaked his hamstring during Newcastle’s 2-2 draw against Swansea City and will now miss the Netherlands’ Euro 2016 qualifying games against Kazakhstan and Iceland. The 25-year-old will now be assessed by Newcastle’s medical staff, according to the Chronicle Live. Janmaat’s injury will not only be a blow to his international side who he helped progress to the semi-finals of …

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Manchester United Midfielder Set To Extend Deal

Michael Carrick is on course to extend his current deal with Manchester United until 2016 and according to reports the deal could be signed by the end of next week.  The Daily Express are reporting that the injured midfielder is ‘deep in talks with the club’ concerning a fresh contract. Carrick has missed the opening of United’s season with Daley Blind taking up the deeper …

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Radamel Falcao Wants To Stay At Manchester United

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Manchester United’s new striker Radamel Falcao finally got off the mark at Old Trafford over the weekend and has expressed his desire to stay at the Manchester giants. Although it is early days, the movement and vision Falcao showed to latch onto Angel Di Maria’s wayward shot is a sign of greater things to come for Falcao at United. More goals are …

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Manchester United Keep Tabs On Barca Defender

Manchester United could be in line for a move to sign Barcelona left back Jordi Alba, according to reports. United were interested in the 25-year-old during the summer but he is reportedly now being tracked by the blue half of Manchester also. City are supposedly willing to splash the cash for Alba although it may be tough to take him away …

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Cork City Qualify For Europe With Title Hopes Still Alive

Cork City made hard work of a 2-1 win over Drogheda United in Cork last night but with that the Rebel Army will be playing European football in Turner’s Cross next season following a long lay-off from continental competition.  Horrendous conditions were the back-drop to a night where Cork City had to grind out a 2-1 win, despite looking like casually coming away with a …

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Newcastle Star Open To Arsenal Move

Cheik Tiote has revealed that he would be ‘open’ to a move to Arsenal as he is apparently ‘keen’ on a move away from the North East, according to the Independent. This is not the first time that talks of a move for Tiote to the Gunners has arisen, with constant rumours that he would go to Arsenal during the summer transfer …

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Video: Managers React To Arsenal’s Win Over Galatasary

Arsenal came away with a 4-1 win over Galatasaray last night in their second Champions League group game of the season. Danny Welbeck scored a hat-trick for his new club while Alexis Sanchez got the other goal which puts Arsenal into second place in group D. Below both managers, Arsene Wenger and Cesare Prandelli give their verdicts following the game …

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Sky Is No Limit For Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish

As the interest continues surrounding Aston Villa youngster Jack Grealish’s international future, a bizarre story has emerged; it is now understood that Grelaish and his whole family have been offered free flights by Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary should Grealish decide to play for Ireland, according to the Irish Daily Star. Apparently O’Leary made this unusual enticement to Grealish’s father and agent, Kevin, following Aston …

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Liverpool Chase European Hotshot

Liverpool are planning a move for Gonzalo Higuain in a deal worth over £30 million reportedly on the cards, according to reports. Arsenal are looking to sign Porto striker Jackson Martinez but with reports in Italy suggesting that Martinez will be Napoli’s replacement for Higuain should he go, Liverpool’s advances could stall Arsenal’s chance of signing the Colombia international, according to the …

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Video: Real Madrid Boss Wary Of Ludogorets Threat

Real Madrid come into this game against the weakest team in the group; Ludogorets. Madrid’s Bulgarian opponents almost came away from Anfield with a draw however, so Madrid will need to be wary of a sucker punch from Ludogorets.  Real Madrid for their own part will take massive confidence from beating FC Basel 5-1 in their opening game, which not …

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