Wednesday, February 28, 2018

All 10 League of Ireland games scheduled for this weekend have been postponed

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All 10 League of Ireland games scheduled for this weekend have been postponed
All 10 League of Ireland games scheduled for this weekend have been postponed
The Football Association of Ireland confirmed the news via a statement today.
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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Espanyol find deserved late goal to defeat Real Madrid

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Espanyol find deserved late goal to defeat Real Madrid
Gerard Moreno struck deep in stoppage-time to give Espanyol a dramatic 1-0 win over Real Madrid at RCDE Stadium on Tuesday. A
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Monday, February 26, 2018

The lottery, stage-fright and 'no pill for skill' - drug testing in football

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The lottery, stage-fright and 'no pill for skill' - drug testing in football
The lottery, stage-fright and 'no pill for skill' - drug testing in football
BBC Sport takes a look at drugs testing in English football, what players deal with, and what the game is up against.
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Wenger slams VAR over Kompany goal

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Wenger slams VAR over Kompany goal
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists Manchester City's second goal in their 3-0 Carabao Cup final win was offside.
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Sunday, February 25, 2018

WATCH: Pep & Wenger exchange words after Aguero goal

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WATCH: Pep & Wenger exchange words after Aguero goal
Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger get into a touchline altercation after Sergio Aguero's opener for Man City in the Carabao Cup final.
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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Conte says feud with Mourinho has 'stopped'

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Conte says feud with Mourinho has 'stopped'
Conte says feud with Mourinho has 'stopped'
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Manchester United and Chelsea.
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Friday, February 23, 2018

Hamburg on the Brink | Nick Bidwell

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Hamburg on the Brink | Nick Bidwell

Defeat at Leverkusen was the tenth league game without a win for coach Bernd Hollerbach's side and they are now six points from safety

Hamburg on the brinkLeon Bailey of Bayer Leverkusen scores a goal past goalkeeper Christian Mathenia of Hamburg during the Bundesliga match at Volksparkstadion on February 17, 2018 in Hamburg. (Photo: Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Images)Defeat at Leverkusen was the tenth league game without a win for coach Bernd Hollerbach's side and they are now six points from safety
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De Gea set to sign new Man Utd deal - Friday's gossip

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De Gea set to sign new Man Utd deal - Friday's gossip
De Gea set to sign new Man Utd deal - Friday's gossip
David de Gea set to sign new Man Utd deal, Real Madrid watching Sterling situation, Bale to leave Madrid this summer, plus more.
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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Problems mount for Spalletti’s Inter | Paddy Agnew

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Problems mount for Spalletti’s Inter | Paddy Agnew

Defeat at Genoa left the one-time Serie A leaders with eight points from their last nine league games

Problems mount for Spalletti's InterJoao Cancelo of Internazionale competes for the ball with Diego Laxalt of Genoa during the Serie A match at Stadio Luigi Ferraris on February 17, 2018 in Genoa. (Photo: Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)Defeat at Genoa left the one-time Serie A leaders with eight points from their last nine league games
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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

De Gea brilliance helps Man United escape Sevilla with a draw

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De Gea brilliance helps Man United escape Sevilla with a draw
De Gea brilliance helps Man United escape Sevilla with a draw
The goalkeeper had to be at his best to keep out the La Liga side tonight.
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Germany’s Breinlinger lifts Troutbeck Triathlon African Cup

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Germany’s Breinlinger lifts Troutbeck Triathlon African Cup

GERMANY’S Jonas Breinlinger completed a fairytale maiden visit to Zimbabwe by winning the 2018 edition of the Bonaqua Troutbeck ATU Sprint Triathlon African Cup at the Troutbeck Resort here yesterday.

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'Nothing happened in the tunnel' - Guardiola

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'Nothing happened in the tunnel' - Guardiola
'Nothing happened in the tunnel' - Guardiola
The Manchester City manager wanted to focus on football, not fighting, after last night’s FA Cup loss.
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Monday, February 19, 2018

'Devil incarnate' Barry Bennell sentenced to 31 years for child sex abuse

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'Devil incarnate' Barry Bennell sentenced to 31 years for child sex abuse
'Devil incarnate' Barry Bennell sentenced to 31 years for child sex abuse
The former football coach was found guilty on 50 counts.
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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Costa fumes referees 'want to give me a card', but Simeone plays down penalty row

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Costa fumes referees 'want to give me a card', but Simeone plays down penalty row
Costa fumes referees 'want to give me a card', but Simeone plays down penalty row
Diego Costa was enraged after helping Atletico Madrid beat Athletic Bilbao 2-0, claiming referees "want to give me a card" after he was denied a first-half penalty. Costa followed up Kevin Gameiro's opener to keep up Atletico's fine recent form, although a first-half incident was sharp in his focus post-match. The Spain striker was clumsily felled by Unai Nunez in the area, but referee Jose Luis Gonzalez waved away appeals, prompting furious protests from Costa that eventually saw him booked. Atletico have not been awarded a penalty in domestic competitions this season, and Costa was in suitably conspiratorial mood after the game. "Some people are crazy about me, you can't change that, they want to give me a card," Costa told beIN Sports. "The press invents many things about me. It's simply not necessary to lie and invent stories." Simeone was far more tranquil when pressed on a similar matter in his news conference, attempting to defuse a discussion he believes puts unfair pressure on officials. "The more we talk about it, the worse it becomes for the referees," he said. "They then arrive in our matches with the thought of needing to give a penalty, and it consumes them as they read and listen to it all week. "As such, the more we talk about not getting penalties then the less penalties they will give us."
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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Huddersfield Town 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku sends visitors through after VAR controversy

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Huddersfield Town 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku sends visitors through after VAR controversy
Huddersfield Town 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku sends visitors through after VAR controversy
A double from from Romelu Lukaku secured a 2-0 FA Cup fifth-round win for Manchester United against Huddersfield Town on Saturday, despite another controversial moment involving VAR. The Belgium international struck early in each half to secure a quarter-final spot for Jose Mourinho's side and end their run of back-to-back away defeats. Victory came despite Juan Mata seeing a first-half strike disallowed after a VAR referral, with the contentious decision prompting more debate about the merits of video technology. United, who were without the ill Paul Pogba or goalkeeper David de Gea, took the lead three minutes in when Mata's pass was finished in style by Lukaku. Huddersfield, winners in the home Premier League game against United in October, were largely the better team in the first half but could not trouble Sergio Romero unduly, and they were given a boost when Mata's goal was ruled out for offside after a VAR consultation. United put the game beyond Huddersfield's control 10 minutes after the restart, though, as Lukaku struck again to seal safe passage to the last eight and give his side a morale boost ahead of Wednesday's Champions League trip to Sevilla. Huddersfield started the better of the teams, enjoying 67 per cent of the possession in the opening quarter of an hour, but it was United who made the most of the first early chance. Mata played a fine throughball to Lukaku, who charged into the penalty area before cutting back on his right foot and firing low past the wrong-footed goalkeeper Jonas Lossl. No disallowing that one!  21 goals this season for @RomeluLukaku9... #MUFC pic.twitter.com/dvrBJB25Q6 — Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 17, 2018 Huddersfield were targeting the United left to good effect and Tom Ince came close to equalising when Florent Hadergjonaj crossed from that side, though he just failed to get clean contact on the ball as he slid to meet it. United soaked up the pressure well and thought they had snatched a second goal just before half-time, when Mata rounded Lossl and finished after being picked out by Ashley Young, but the goal was disallowed after a VAR referral judged him offside by virtue of his knee. The home crowd were buoyed by the decision and were firmly behind Huddersfield as they kept up their pressure early in the second half, but another slick United counter-attack made it two and sapped the fans' energy. 16 - Alexis Sanchez has been directly involved in 16 goals in 16 appearances in the FA Cup (eight goals and eight assists). Magic. pic.twitter.com/S3kBaGCTQA — OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 17, 2018 Lukaku played the ball to Alexis Sanchez and raced onto the Chile international's fine return pass, before striding into the area and slotting past Lossl at his right-hand post. As well as quietening the home support, it was a goal that seemed to relax Mourinho's men, who eased through the closing stages with minimal fuss to seal their place in the quarter-final draw. And United even managed to hand Eric Bailly a first appearance since November after the centre-back came off the substitutes' bench in the final moments to mark his return from injury.
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Friday, February 16, 2018

Caulfield says Cummins aggrieved by red card that rules him out of Munster derby

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Caulfield says Cummins aggrieved by red card that rules him out of Munster derby
Caulfield says Cummins aggrieved by red card that rules him out of Munster derby
The striker will now miss Friday’s clash with his former club Waterford after a dramatic night in Inchicore.
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When it comes to diving, Dele Alli has form | Brian Glanville

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When it comes to diving, Dele Alli has form | Brian Glanville

Tottenham midfielder is the worst offender in a growing tendency

When it comes to diving, Dele Alli has formAntonio Valencia of Manchester United brings down Dele Alli of Tottenham Hotspur in the penalty area during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on January 31, 2018 in London. (Photo: Marc Atkins/Offside/Getty Images)Tottenham midfielder is the worst offender in a growing tendency
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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Bayern stand-in keeper Ulreich eyes World Cup berth | Nick Bidwell

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Bayern stand-in keeper Ulreich eyes World Cup berth | Nick Bidwell

Manuel Neuer's understudy could be a surprise selection by Joachim Low

Bayern stand-in keeper Ulreich eyes World Cup berthGoalkeeper Sven Ulreich of Bayern Munich gestures during the Bundesliga match between against Schalke 04 at Allianz Arena in Munich. (Photo: Sebastian Widmann/Bongarts/Getty Images)Manuel Neuer's understudy could be a surprise selection by Joachim Low
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Infantino hopeful 2018 & 2022 World Cups change perception of hosts

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EXCLUSIVE: Infantino hopeful 2018 & 2022 World Cups change perception of hosts
FIFA president Gianni Infantino speaks to ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti about his hopes of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups being able to change any negative perceptions
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

It's crazy to think we'd win 3-0 – Allegri hits back at Juve critics

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It's crazy to think we'd win 3-0 – Allegri hits back at Juve critics
It's crazy to think we'd win 3-0 – Allegri hits back at Juve critics
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri dismissed criticism of his team after their Champions League draw with Tottenham, saying it was "crazy" their opponents were being underestimated. Gonzalo Higuain scored an early brace in the first leg of the last-16 tie in Turin on Tuesday but missed a penalty late in the opening half. Harry Kane had already pulled a goal back for Spurs, who earned a 2-2 draw thanks to a Christian Eriksen strike in the second half. Allegri, who expects Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi back for the return leg, said expectations Juve would kill off the tie in Turin were misplaced. "Juventus play to win the Champions League but we are not the favourites to win it. And it's impossible to reach the final every year," he said. "We are doing our best and my players should be happy because they are having an amazing season. And I'm also happy for what they are doing. We know that we need to improve. "We still have a good chance to qualify in London, but it's totally crazy to think that Juventus has to win 3-0 in the round of 16 in the Champions League. "It's something that makes me crazy because you aren't able to analyse how good teams are in the Champions League. I cannot accept that people think this 2-2 result against Tottenham can make us depressed." Triplice fischio all'Allianz Stadium: 2-2 nell'andata degli Ottavi tra Juve e @SpursOfficial, alla doppietta di @G_Higuain rispondono Kane ed Eriksen.#JuveTOT #UCL #TOGETHER pic.twitter.com/0BWkBHDcux — JuventusFC (@juventusfc) February 13, 2018 Juve have been runners-up in two of the past three Champions Leagues, but have work to do against Tottenham. Allegri said his side were never favourites against Spurs as he prepares for a "final" in the second leg at Wembley next month. "We had a 50 per cent chance before and we still have 50 per cent. Tottenham are amazing," he said. "Anyway, football is weird because [Gianluigi] Buffon saved us at 2-0, then we had the chance to go ahead 3-0. We didn't, then they scored for 2-1. After that we had the chance for 3-1 with the penalty but Higuain missed it. "We knew that it was going to be a difficult match. We are facing Tottenham in the Champions League, a really physical and technical team. "Now, in London it will be a final and we will have to fight to go through."
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West Brom: Chairman John Williams and chief executive Martin Goodman sacked

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West Brom: Chairman John Williams and chief executive Martin Goodman sacked
West Brom: Chairman John Williams and chief executive Martin Goodman sacked
West Bromwich Albion sack chairman John Williams and chief executive Martin Goodman.
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Monday, February 12, 2018

Tim Vickery’s Notes from South America: Aguero’s City form could be a problem for Argentina

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Tim Vickery’s Notes from South America: Aguero’s City form could be a problem for Argentina

There are fears that City's success could take its toll on Argentina's first choice striker by the summer

Sergio Aguero of Manchester City scores a hat-trick, his side's fourth goal during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Leicester City at Etihad Stadium. (Photo: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)There are fears that City's success could take its toll on Argentina's first choice striker by the summer
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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Barcelona 0 Getafe 0: Messi, Suarez frustrated to offer Atletico title boost

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Barcelona 0 Getafe 0: Messi, Suarez frustrated to offer Atletico title boost
Barcelona 0 Getafe 0: Messi, Suarez frustrated to offer Atletico title boost
Barcelona were held to a second consecutive draw as Getafe left Camp Nou with a hard-earned 0-0 draw. For the first time since the April 2012 Clasico against Real Madrid, Barca failed to register a shot on target during the first half of a home game in LaLiga, although Luis Suarez did have a brilliant volley ruled out for offside. Ernesto Valverde's side belatedly shifted through the gears after half-time but it was not enough to breach some stubborn resistance from Pepe Bordalas' visitors. It means Atletico Madrid, who picked up a third consecutive victory at Malaga on Saturday, have trimmed Barcelona's advantage at the summit to seven points. If Diego Simeone's men can make further inroads before the teams meet at Camp Nou on March 4, LaLiga might just have a title race as opposed to a procession this season. 90: Chance for @LuisSuarez9!! Great save from Guaita! #ForçaBarça #BarçaGetafe pic.twitter.com/YFjXPOAnbY — FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) February 11, 2018 Yerry Mina was handed a full debut at the heart of a makeshift Barcelona defence, with full-back Lucas Digne partnering the Colombia international at centre-half. It was a factor in a stuttering start from LaLiga's leaders, although Mina's playmaking capabilities from deep appeared attuned to Barca's famed style. Damian Suarez made a perfectly judged challenge to deny Lionel Messi when Ivan Rakitic's chipped pass found Barcelona's talisman in the 32nd minute. Getafe continued to threaten when they could at the other end and Angel Rodriguez latched on to a clever ball behind Rakitic from Francisco Portillo, twisted into space past Mina and had a strike deflected narrowly wide from the edge of the box. Luis Suarez had twice been frustrated by the linesman's flag by the time a correct offside call meant his fabulous 44th-minute volley on the end of Messi's floated free-kick was chalked off, leaving the Uruguay star furious. 0 - Barcelona failed to have a shot on target in a La Liga home game in the first half for the first time since April 21st 2012 vs Real Madrid. Blank. pic.twitter.com/viSDJ61aN6 — OptaJose (@OptaJose) February 11, 2018 Philippe Coutinho finally managed to give Vicente Guaita some work in the 50th minute, although his well-struck, curling effort was too close to the Getafe goalkeeper. The flag stayed down in the 56th minute but there was further anguish for Luis Suarez on the end of Paco Alcacer's clever flick when he slammed wide. Guaita thrust out a left hand to keep out a more testing Coutinho attempt but Getafe's response to Barcelona's most enterprising spell of the match was impressive. Gaku Shibasaki might have caught out Marc-Andre ter Stegen but lifted his shot off target when a counter-attack found the Barca goalkeeper in no-man's land, while Vitorino Antunes flashed an ambitious volley over from a 62nd-minute corner. Valverde responded by sending on Andres Iniesta and Ousmane Dembele in place of Coutinho and Alcacer. Messi won a free-kick and sent the shot spiralling over – the fear for Getafe was that Bruno Gonzalez catching him in the face with a stray boot while he was on the floor might have made the great man angry. But Guaita was able to stand up to a pair of testing Messi strikes and produce an acrobatic stoppage-time save to keep out a Luis Suarez header as Getafe held on for a deserved point.
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Saturday, February 10, 2018

Liverpool and Arsenal keen on £40m Butland - Sunday's gossip

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Liverpool and Arsenal keen on £40m Butland - Sunday's gossip
Liverpool and Arsenal keen on £40m Butland - Sunday's gossip
Liverpool and Arsenal after £40m Jack Butland, Chelsea to let Antonio Conte leave in the summer, plus more.
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'Unassuming off the pitch, but brilliant on it' - football pays tribute to Miller

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'Unassuming off the pitch, but brilliant on it' - football pays tribute to Miller
'Unassuming off the pitch, but brilliant on it' - football pays tribute to Miller
Celtic hold a minute's silence in tribute to former midfielder Liam Miller before their Scottish Cup game against Partick Thistle on Saturday.
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Friday, February 9, 2018

Southampton reception for Van Dijk 'will not be the most friendly,' suspects Klopp

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Southampton reception for Van Dijk 'will not be the most friendly,' suspects Klopp
Southampton reception for Van Dijk 'will not be the most friendly,' suspects Klopp
Liverpool travel to the St Mary’s stadium for a Premier League clash on Sunday.
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Thursday, February 8, 2018

English players may be 'masters' of diving - Wenger

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English players may be 'masters' of diving - Wenger
English players may be 'masters' of diving - Wenger
English players have "learned very quickly" and may be the "masters" of diving, says Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Hazard beats De Bruyne and Mertens to Belgian gong

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Hazard beats De Bruyne and Mertens to Belgian gong
Hazard beats De Bruyne and Mertens to Belgian gong
Chelsea star Eden Hazard was named the Best Belgian player in a Foreign League for 2017, edging Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and Napoli forward Dries Mertens. Hazard pipped De Bruyne to the gong by 11 votes with 326, while Mertens was 56 votes behind, as Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku finished fourth. De Bruyne had won the award the past two years and the City playmaker topped the second round of voting, after Mertens won the first round. However, it was not enough to upstage Hazard at the gala ceremony in Belgium on Wednesday – the 27-year-old receiving the most points overall for his maiden honour in his home country. "My first prize in Belgium and certainly not my last one," Hazard said. Hazard, however, admitted he would have voted for Napoli talisman Mertens. "What a good year he had. With a lot of goals too. I go for him, because he also played in a position that was not actually his. He was not an attacker," the former Lille star added. Hazard, who was unable to attend due to commitments with Nike, starred in 2017 having helped Chelsea to the Premier League title last season. This term, Hazard has scored nine goals and tallied two assists for fourth-placed Chelsea.
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Let us be realistic

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Let us be realistic

Word that the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) have sent invitation letters for the Warriors to play the Teranga Lions of Senegal and the Pharaohs of Egypt on the Fifa dates […]

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

West Ham slam Moyes departure claims

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West Ham slam Moyes departure claims
West Ham slam Moyes departure claims
West Ham have rubbished a report stating manager David Moyes is likely to leave the club at the end of the season regardless of whether or not they avoid relegation. The former Manchester United boss took over on a six-month deal after Slaven Bilic was sacked in November and has overseen a mixed bag of results. Moyes took four points from back-to-back home games against Chelsea and Arsenal in December, but a run of one win in five Premier League matches has left them just three points above the bottom three. A report in The Daily Telegraph claimed the Hammers are unlikely to extend Moyes' deal even if he guides them to safety, but the club insist no such decision has yet been made. "The club would like to place on record that it categorically refutes the claims made by The Daily Telegraph regarding manager David Moyes," they said in a statement on Tuesday. "There is absolutely no truth whatsoever to this story. As previously stated on a number of occasions, the club and David Moyes agreed a deal until the end of the 2017-18 season, at which point both parties will sit down and discuss the future. West Ham United can confirm the appointment of David Moyes as the Club's manager. pic.twitter.com/AIOWnHWn27 — West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) 7 November 2017 "Until then, the board and David Moyes will continue to work closely together with the manager having full responsibility of footballing matters and the full support of the board. Everyone's sole focus is on trying to achieve results for West Ham United." The Northern Echo reported on Tuesday that Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez will be a prime target for West Ham if they do not extend Moyes' deal. Huddersfield Town's David Wagner and former Watford head coach Marco Silva have also been linked with the role. West Ham, who lost 3-1 at Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday, host the Hornets in their next match.
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Monday, February 5, 2018

Adam Lallana grabs opponent, gets sent off with Liverpool under-23s

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Adam Lallana grabs opponent, gets sent off with Liverpool under-23s
Adam Lallana was sent off while playing for Liverpool's
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Sunday, February 4, 2018

Pochettino congratulates officials on 'right' decisions

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Pochettino congratulates officials on 'right' decisions
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino congratulated the officials on what he felt were right decisions during his team's 2-2 draw with Liverpool. Spurs were awarded two controversial penalties at Anfield on Sunday, the second converted by Harry Kane to earn a point in the 95th minute. The first spot-kick was given despite claims Kane was offside – although Dejan Lovren's attempted clearance apparently played the forward on – and the second after Erik Lamela went down under a Virgil van Dijk challenge. Pochettino said the officials deserved to be praised for what he described as the correct decisions. "I congratulated them because I think to show the character that they showed [was huge]," he told a news conference. "It's true that in these moments it was difficult to know if they were right and then in the changing room I confirmed that they were right in every single decision. "Sometimes we complain about them, not me because I decided a long time ago to stop complaining about the referee, but I think when they are right and show character. I think it's important to recognise and congratulate them because it's a very difficult job for them." A @premierleague classic:  03: 1-0 (Salah)  80: 1-1 (Wanyama)  87: 1-1 (Missed penalty)  91: 2-1 (Salah)  95: 2-2 (Kane) #COYS pic.twitter.com/3JeBmMuhKd — Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 4, 2018 The result left Spurs two points behind third-placed Liverpool with 12 games remaining in their league seasons. Pochettino was pleased with Tottenham's display and said his players felt like they had let points slip despite needing the late equaliser. "Fantastic performance. I think everyone that watched the game, watched a fantastic game from both teams. It was exciting to watch this kind of game," he said. "And yes, my team I think played so well. In the second half we were fantastic against a team that is so difficult when they are ahead. "And I think the control was amazing, the performance was amazing. I think the feeling now in the changing rooms is that we dropped two points."
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Brian Glanville: Pardew highlighted the problems with VAR, the “Spy in the sky”

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Brian Glanville: Pardew highlighted the problems with VAR, the “Spy in the sky”

West Brom's manager was right to air his concerns about the new system

Referee Craig Pawson consults the VAR system before awarding Liverpool a penalty during The Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round match between Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion at Anfield on January 27, 2018. (Photo: John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)West Brom's manager was right to air his concerns about the new system
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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Chicharito nets leveler for West Ham

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Chicharito nets leveler for West Ham
English Premier League: Chicharito (30') Brighton 1-1 West Ham
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Friday, February 2, 2018

West Ham sack head of recruitment following alleged criticism of African players

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West Ham sack head of recruitment following alleged criticism of African players
West Ham sack head of recruitment following alleged criticism of African players
The Hammers released a club statement on Friday evening announcing the departure of Tony Henry following an investigation
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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Suarez header gives Barcelona the edge in Copa del Rey semi-finals

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Suarez header gives Barcelona the edge in Copa del Rey semi-finals
Suarez header gives Barcelona the edge in Copa del Rey semi-finals
Barcelona lead Valencia 1-0 as they look towards the second leg.
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West Ham suspend head of transfers pending investigation into alleged criticism of African players

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West Ham suspend head of transfers pending investigation into alleged criticism of African players
West Ham suspend head of transfers pending investigation into alleged criticism of African players
Tony Henry has been accused of racism.
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