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Jesus Fires Man City Back To Premier League Top Spot

Manchester City laid down the gauntlet to Liverpool by leapfrogging their title rivals back to the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 win over Everton at the Etihad on Saturday. Gabriel Jesus enjoyed a welcome return to form by scoring his first league goals in four months either side of half-time to put City two goals up. Dominic …

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Klopp Hails United’s Quality As Liverpool’s Injury Crisis Mounts

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Manchester United have “unbelievable quality” despite their struggles this season, playing down his own team’s growing injury problems ahead of Sunday’s Premier League clash. Liverpool are top of the Premier League heading into the weekend fixtures, 16 points ahead of Jose Mourinho’s side, but the Klopp is taking nothing for granted. “I was never interested …

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Guardiola: Aguero & De Bruyne Close To Return

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Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne are both on the verge of a return to action for Manchester City as a busy December programme gathers pace, manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday. Aguero, City’s leading scorer, has missed their past four matches with a groin problem but has been able to train without discomfort and could face Everton at the …

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Mourinho: “A Football Team Is Not Just About Spending Money”

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho says success is best measured in trophies as he prepares to take his injury-hit Manchester United squad to high-flying Liverpool on Sunday. Liverpool are top of the Premier League before the weekend round of matches but have yet to win a trophy under the management of Jurgen Klopp, who has been in charge since October 2015. The 18-times …

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Chelsea To Take Strong Action Against Anti-Semitic Chants

Chelsea have promised to take the “strongest possible action” against any supporters found to have sung an anti-Semitic chant in Budapest, just days after four fans were suspended for abusing Raheem Sterling. Minutes into Thursday’s Europa League clash with Vidi in Budapest’s Groupama Arena, which ended 2-2, a vocal minority of Chelsea fans were heard singing a derogatory chant about …

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Preview: United & Liverpool Face Off While City Look To Bounce Back

Jose Mourinho Jurgen Klopp Manchester United v Liverpool

Jose Mourinho faces a quandary as he prepares Manchester United for a trip to Premier League leaders Liverpool while Manchester City will be keen to show that last week’s Chelsea defeat was just a blip. United have an impressive recent record against Liverpool, unbeaten in eight league games, but away fans will travel with a sense of trepidation to Anfield. …

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The FPL Fairy Outlines The Key Picks For Gameweek 17

The FPL Fairy is back with his top picks ahead of the Gameweek 17 deadline. Gameweek 16 produced some huge FPL scores across the board, many of which were due to owning a certain premium Liverpool midfield asset. I personally captained Harry Kane for the second gameweek in a row and until the 73rd minute of Spurs win over Leicester, …

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Roy Keane Is On Sky Sports Punditry Duty This Sunday

This should be good. Roy Keane has regularly appeared on ITV television to analyse football, but he will do so this weekend on Sky Sports for the first time in over a decade. The Manchester United legend will be in the Sky studio for his former side’s clash with Liverpool this weekend, the broadcaster confirmed. He will join Liverpool veterans …

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Pochettino “Not Bored” With Speculation Over Future

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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said Thursday he will never get bored of stories linking him to other clubs because it means he is doing something right. Fresh speculation about Pochettino’s future has emerged this week following the club’s qualification to the knockout stage of the Champions League, with reports suggesting the club are braced for interest from Manchester United and …

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