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Pep Guardiola Admits Encouraging The Celebrations Which Sparked The Old Trafford Brawl

Manchester United and Manchester City have been asked by the Football Association to give their explanations for the brawl which ensued in the Old Trafford tunnel/dressing rooms following Sunday’s derby.  The FA have requested that both clubs put on record their view of the incident by Wednesday. It has been widely reported that United boss Jose Mourinho was struck with …

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With Coutinho On Barcelona’s Radar, Real Madrid Are Planning Bid For Another Liverpool Star [Report]

Liverpool have overcome their recent jitters and gotten back on the silverware hunt on multiple fronts, led by the club’s goal-happy fab four. Despite what has been a rather porous defence this season, up front Jurgen Klopp’s side has found a ridiculously rich vein of form. Scoring 13 goals and conceding two in their last three games, Liverpool have reminded everyone …

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Ostersunds Brilliantly Troll Arsenal On Twitter Following Europa League Draw

Swedish side Ostersunds, managed by Englishman Graham Potter, facing Arsenal is one of the more romantic ties which came out of the Europa League last 32 draw on Monday.  The Allsvenskan club are in just their second top flight season having been promoted in 2015. Since their foundation in 1996 they have mainly been in the third tier of Swedish football up until …

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The Champions League First Knockout Round Draw Has Been Made

NYON, SWITZERLAND - DECEMBER 20: Steve McManaman, UEFA Champions League Final Ambassador, shows the name Manchester United during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 draw at the UEFA headquarters on December 20, 2012 in Nyon, Switzerland. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)

The draw for the last sixteen of the Champions League has taken place in Switzerland on Monday morning. With a relatively even spread between seeded and unseeded sides in terms of the bigger names, wining the group did not have the major benefit that it perhaps would have in previous years – those who finished top in their group still …

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