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Watch: All Four Red Cards From The Ill-Tempered Afternoon Kickoffs

The Saturday afternoon games in the Premier League have provided much drama. No less than four red cards were issued in the four games played at 3 o clock, wreaking havoc for managers. First up was the straight red card for the in-form Richarlison in Everton’s game against Bournemouth. Fantasy football players mourned in unison as the Brazilian was dismissed …

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Watch: Richarlison Sees Red For ‘Headbutt’ Clash With Adam Smith

Everton have been dealt a blow in their Premier League clash with Bournemouth after star midfielder Richarlison was sent off for an off the ball altercation with Adam Smith.  Richarlison saw red just minutes before halftime at the Vitality Stadium and it looks like it will be a great opportunity for The Cherries to claim a valuable three points. The Brazilian …

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Bailly Hits Back At Neville Over Criticism Of Young United Players

Manchester United defender Eric Bailly has accused former player, Gary Neville of damaging the young players on the squad with his criticism.  Neville singled out Bailly for his performance against Brighton last Sunday saying that the Ivory Coast international is part of a group of young players who can’t be trusted to win the Premier League. Bailly has since responded to …

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Sarri Confident Chelsea Can Iron Out Defensive Flaws

Maurizio Sarri’s fear of a slow start at Chelsea may have been unfounded but the head coach insists his side are still very much a work in progress. Chelsea will travel to Newcastle on Sunday aiming to make it three wins from as many Premier League games this season. Having voiced concerns about how quickly his new players would adapt …

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Non-League CIE Ranch Almost Cause Almighty Shock In FAI Cup

A monumental upset almost took place on Friday night in the FAI Cup. The second round of the tournament saw two non-league sides in Maynooth University Town and CIE Ranch visit Premier Division champions Cork City and First Division leaders UCD respectively. While Maynooth expectedly lost out 4-0 to Cork, CIE Ranch pushed UCD all the way in normal time of …

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Roma Fan Jailed For Liverpool Violence

A Roma fan was jailed for two-and-a-half-years on Friday for his part in the violence ahead of a Champions League semi-final which left a Liverpool supporter in a coma. Daniele Sciusco, 29, from Rome, admitted violent disorder ahead of the Anfield match on April 24. A judge at Preston Crown Court, near Liverpool in northwest England, was told Friday that …

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Roy Hodgson Warns Harry The Hornet To Behave After Zaha Diving Row

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has issued an unusual warning for Watford mascot Harry the Hornet to behave himself during Sunday’s Premier League fixture at Vicarage Road. Following the final whistle of their 1-1 draw in 2016, the Watford mascot dived on the pitch, taunting Palace forward Wilfried Zaha, who had been booked for simulation. Ivory Coast star Zaha, who …

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Jose Mourinho Denies Rift With Manchester United’s Ed Woodward

Jose Mourinho on Friday denied a rift with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward despite growing speculation over the power structure at Manchester United. The manager turned up for his weekly pre-match press conference 30 minutes early, ensuring most reporters were not even in attendance, and was clearly in no mood to answer questions about United’s difficult start to the season. Entire …

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