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Manchester United’s deadly Anthony Martial punishes sloppy Burnley

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Ole Gunnar Solskjær had promised that youth would count in Manchester United’s favour for this festive trip to Burnley. In the end, it is difficult to pinpoint whether that was exactly what led them to a second successive victory, but it certainly helped. Nights like these can go a long way in determining the success of a season and as Marcus Rashford rounded Nick Pope to ensure United moved to within a point of the Champions League places, it was possible to surmise that this was a significant step forwards for Solskjær’s men.A first clean sheet since September, and their first away from home since all the way back in February, was perhaps the biggest positive of all, but there were plus points all across the pitch for United. Without Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba it would have be...

José Mourinho berates Tottenham defenders for mistakes at Norwich

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• Mourinho changed two defenders and formation at half-time• Manager hits out at defensive ‘gifts’ as team salvage 2-2 drawJosé Mourinho lambasted his defence for their mistakes after Tottenham were twice forced to come from behind in their 2-2 draw against Norwich City at Carrow Road. Related: West Ham sack Manuel Pellegrini as manager following slump in form Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : José Mourinho berates Tottenham defenders for mistakes at Norwich

Premier League fans’ January transfer window wish lists

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Marco Verratti to Manchester United? Adama Traoré to Spurs? Supporters set out their hopes for next monthForgive the cynicism, but it’s hard not to think Arsenal’s suits went for Mikel Arteta because, unlike some of the more experienced options, he was happy to take the job without demanding a massive war chest up front. So, while the squad is gossamer thin and injury-struck, it won’t be a surprise if not much is spent next month. Especially since Emery seemingly wasted £72m on Pépé – that experience suggests the board are unlikely to risk £80m on another show pony in Palace’s Wilfried Zaha. Mikel might well be forced to rely on kids instead, hoping Saka, Maitland-Niles, Smith-Rowe, Nelson and Willock will flourish. Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Premie...

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