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Football News Roundup – April 25, 2015

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Football News Roundup – April 24, 2015

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Football News Roundup – April 23, 2015

  • Wenger: History unimportant
    Arsene Wenger says his team’s poor recent run against Jose Mourinho's Chelsea will have little bearing on Sunday's clash.
  • Hodgson backs Kane for U21s
    England manager Roy Hodgson maintains Tottenham striker Harry Kane is the right choice for the Under-21s in June, and has backed him to avoid fatigue this summer.
  • Dyke: Kane wants U21 role
    Football Association chairman Greg Dyke claims Harry Kane's agent has told him that the Tottenham striker wants to play at this summer's U21 European Championship.
  • Koeman: Poch return 'special'
    Ronald Koeman says the return of Maurico Pochettino to St Mary's makes Southampton's clash with Tottenham on Saturday "special."
  • UEFA confirm seeding changes
    UEFA have ratified changes to the seeding system for next year's Champions League which will affect how the top seeds are determined.
  • Arsenal top 2015 PL table
    Chelsea could take a giant leap towards their first league title in five years on Sunday, but face the Premier League's best side this calendar year in Arsenal.
  • On Goals on Sunday...
    Crystal Palace duo Yannick Bolasie and Jason Puncheon will join Ben and Kammy on the Goals on Sunday sofa this week, to discuss all the weekend's results and dissect the Eagles' season so far.
  • Zidane: Hazard among the elite
    Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is one of the top three players in the world, according to Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane.
  • Dybala to snub Chelsea for Juve
    Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have received a blow in pursuit of Palermo striker Paulo Dybala after he hinted he would prefer a move to Juventus.
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Football News Roundup – April 22, 2015

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Football News Roundup – April 21, 2015

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Football News Roundup – April 20, 2015

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Football News Roundup – April 19, 2015

  • WATCH: De Gea celebrate 'goal'
    Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea was left red faced against Chelsea on Saturday after wrongly believing his side had taken the lead at Stamford Bridge.
  • Reid happy to stay at West Ham
    West Ham defender Winston Reid says he signed a new deal with the club because he feels the east London club is going places.
  • Wenger: Arsenal were lucky
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger accepted his side were "a bit lucky" after a fumble from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici handed them a 2-1 extra-time victory and a place in the FA Cup final.
  • Nev: Chelsea were like champions
    Chelsea have some work to do to match the levels of Jose Mourinho’s 2005 title-winning team, says Gary Neville.
  • Clarke backs Federici to bounce back
    Reading boss Steve Clarke insists Adam Federici has the strength of character to overcome his Wembley nightmare.
  • Rooney: We dominated Chelsea
    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney believes they can take heart from their performance in the 1-0 defeat at Chelsea.
  • Jose praises 'perfect' Chelsea
    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho praised his side for executing the ‘perfect plan’ after their 1-0 victory against Manchester United.
  • Van Gaal: Title race not over
    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is refusing to say the Premier League title race is over despite his side’s 1-0 defeat at Chelsea.
  • Chelsea v Man Utd: Five things
    Chelsea took another huge step towards winning the Premier League title with their 1-0 victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. We pick out five talking points from the game…
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Football News Roundup – April 18, 2015

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Football News Roundup – April 17, 2015

  • Chelsea's poor 'respect' rating
    Chelsea rate the lowest of the Premier League teams when it comes to respecting officials, new figures reveal.
  • 'City can't afford Milner exit'
    In his weekly column, Sky Sports football expert Jamie Carragher dissects the key issues surrounding this weekend's Super Sunday games.
  • Palace 'buying. not selling'
    Alan Pardew has put a £20m price tag on Yannick Bolasie and says Crystal Palace will be buying, not selling this summer.
  • Mertesacker: We're focused
    Skipper Per Mertesacker says Arsenal will battle for the title till the end of the season but insists it remains Chelsea’s to lose.
  • Chelsea-Man Utd combined XI
    Ahead of Saturday’s clash between Chelsea and Manchester United, we challenged Paul Merson and Phil Thompson to come up with their best combined XI from the two squads.
  • Chelsea-Utd classics
    Ahead of Chelsea's Saturday Night Football clash with Manchester United, we look back at five memorable encounters between the two teams...
  • Clarke: Only perfection will do
    Steve Clarke knows Reading will have to play the "perfect game" against Arsenal if they are to have any chance of reaching the FA Cup final.
  • Wenger backs Szczesny to shine
    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Wojciech Szczesny is still a great goalkeeper and has backed the Pole to prove his class in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Reading at Wembley.
  • Balotelli most abused player
    Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli is the most abused Premier League footballer on social media - and Chelsea are the most abused club.
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Football News Roundup – April 16, 2015

  • Theo 'has great Arsenal future'
    Arsene Wenger is optimistic of keeping Theo Walcott at Arsenal.
  • Friedel: MLS reunion exciting
    Brad Friedel says he is excited about the possibility of facing some former team-mates when Tottenham take on an MLS All-Star team in July.
  • 'A fascinating tactical battle'
    Ed Chamberlin looks back at Manchester United’s derby-day victory over Manchester City, and asks whether Louis van Gaal’s side can repeat the feat at Stamford Bridge on Saturday…
  • England best with Terry: Capello
    ​John Terry should never have been stripped of the England captaincy and could still be a key player in the national side, according to Fabio Capello.
  • Mourinho v Man Utd in quotes
    From Jose Mourinho’s memorable visit to Old Trafford as Porto boss to his rivalry with Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United, we look back at the Chelsea manager’s run-ins with the Red Devils…
  • Evans angry as Rotherham draw
    Steve Evans claimed Rotherham were denied the chance to ease their relegation worries by a refereeing "howler" as they drew 1-1 with fellow strugglers Fulham.
  • Jokanovic hails Watford side
    Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic was pleased with his side's performance at the City Ground as they beat 10-man Nottingham Forest 3-1 to remain right in the hunt for promotion to the Premier League.
  • McCormack strike saves Fulham
    Rotherham missed out on a golden chance to ease their Sky Bet Championship relegation worries after being held to a 1-1 draw at Fulham.
  • Watford see off 10-man Forest
    Watford moved to within a point of Championship leaders Bournemouth after a 3-1 win at 10-man Nottingham Forest on Wednesday night.
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