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Liverpool v Burnley: match preview

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So, Liverpool beat Arsenal. Now comes a really difficult game, as some would have you believe, but if Jürgen Klopp’s team do not win this there will be some serious head scratching. Sean Dyche’s side will defend in numbers but have not won away this season in any competition. Their best result was October’s goalless draw at Old Trafford; a low was losing at Watford. Conrad LeachKick-off Sunday 4pm Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Liverpool v Burnley: match preview

Tottenham Hotspur v Millwall: match preview

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Tottenham are on the way to Wembley. Next season, for sure – or at least, that is the plan, while their new stadium build is finished. But they are determined to get there for an FA Cup semi-final and to move closer to the first trophy of the Mauricio Pochettino era. It stands to be the last cup tie at White Hart Lane and, amid security concerns, the hope is the action on the field attracts the headlines. David HytnerKick-off Sunday 2pm Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Tottenham Hotspur v Millwall: match preview

Mauricio Pochettino prefers to have Tottenham talent at home, not on loan

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• ‘I want to offer them the potential to be first-team players here’• Manager angry with himself for late celebration in Everton winMauricio Pochettino has spelt out a key aspect of his managerial approach – that he would rather keep young players and work with them in training than loan them out to play at other clubs.Preparing for Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final at home to Millwall, the Tottenham Hotspur manager was reminded Harry Kane was sent to The Den as an 18-year-old in 2011-12. It came when Harry Redknapp was in charge at White Hart Lane and it proved a success. Kane credits the five-month spell at Millwall, during which he helped them avoid relegation from the Championship, as having turned him into a man. Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Mauricio...

Juventus beat Milan as Paulo Dybala nets controversial last-minute penalty

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Paulo Dybala stepped up to secure a last-minute win for Juventus against Milan from the penalty spot and extend their lead at the top of Serie A to 11 points.Milan came within seconds of ending Juventus’ 17-month run of home league wins before a hugely controversial penalty gave the league leaders victory in Turin. Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Juventus beat Milan as Paulo Dybala nets controversial last-minute penalty

Brighton ease past Derby to move level on points with leaders Newcastle

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Brighton and Hove Albion eased past Derby County to win 3-0 and move level on points with Newcastle United at the top of the Championship.The Seagulls’ eighth home league win out of 10 stretched the gap between them and third-placed Huddersfield to nine points, although the Terriers have two games in hand. Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Brighton ease past Derby to move level on points with leaders Newcastle

Arsène Wenger has been living on borrowed time at Arsenal for too long | Richard Williams

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Left unchallenged at the club the manager continues to survive only because of former glories and careful husbandryThe football club Arsène Wenger might have managed – and still might – did him a favour this week. Just 24 hours after his Arsenal team stumbled out of the Champions League, defeated 10-2 on aggregate by Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain stole the headlines by crumbling in the face of a Barcelona assault that amounted to one of the greatest sporting comebacks of modern times.By comparison with that feat of willpower and dark arts, the story of Arsenal’s surrender faded into relative insignificance and Wenger’s bitter criticisms of the referee will now be of interest only to the authorities. But they should refrain from punishing him. He is already being punished enough...

Hull City v Swansea City: match preview

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With one of his leading scorers, Abel Hernández, is unlikely to start and the other, Michael Dawson, is an injured defender then Marco Silva will have to look to the heroes of the 2-0 win at home to Liverpool, Alfred N’Diaye and Oumar Niasse. Swansea were relieved to win last week and their former Spain forward Fernando Llorente, in his best form of the season, is an aerial threat. Conrad LeachKick-off Saturday 3pm Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Hull City v Swansea City: match preview

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