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Football News Roundup – May 21, 2015

  • Fan chosen to present trophy
    Young Chelsea fan Rachel Key will enjoy the day of her life when she presents the Premier League trophy to the champions at their game against Sunderland on Sunday.
  • Premier League nominations
    The Premier League has drawn up a five-strong list of candidates for Manager of the Year while eight are in the running for the Player of the Year award.
  • Henry fires Sterling warning
    Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry has warned Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling that he risks "destroying his life and career" by listening to "bad advice".
  • Wenger frustrated by draw
    Arsene Wenger was left frustrated after Arsenal's hopes of finishing second in the Premier League were ended by a 0-0 draw at home to Sunderland.
  • Sunderland safe after draw
    Sunderland ensured their Premier League survival after grinding out a hard-fought 0-0 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday.
  • Ramsey: My top 3 goals
    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey was asked what the best three goals of his career were, and he had plenty to choose from...
  • Fabregas ban cut to one match
    Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has had his suspension reduced to one match following his red card against West Brom on Monday evening.
  • Hoddle: Kane on right track
    Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has praised Harry Kane for wanting to play for the England Under-21s this summer.
  • Gomes pens new Hornets deal
    Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has signed a new three-year contract.
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Football News Roundup – May 21, 2015

  • Fan chosen to present trophy
    Young Chelsea fan Rachel Key will enjoy the day of her life when she presents the Premier League trophy to the champions at their game against Sunderland on Sunday.
  • Premier League nominations
    The Premier League has drawn up a five-strong list of candidates for Manager of the Year while eight are in the running for the Player of the Year award.
  • Henry fires Sterling warning
    Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry has warned Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling that he risks "destroying his life and career" by listening to "bad advice".
  • Wenger frustrated by draw
    Arsene Wenger was left frustrated after Arsenal's hopes of finishing second in the Premier League were ended by a 0-0 draw at home to Sunderland.
  • Sunderland safe after draw
    Sunderland ensured their Premier League survival after grinding out a hard-fought 0-0 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday.
  • Ramsey: My top 3 goals
    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey was asked what the best three goals of his career were, and he had plenty to choose from...
  • Fabregas ban cut to one match
    Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has had his suspension reduced to one match following his red card against West Brom on Monday evening.
  • Hoddle: Kane on right track
    Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has praised Harry Kane for wanting to play for the England Under-21s this summer.
  • Gomes pens new Hornets deal
    Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has signed a new three-year contract.
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Football News Roundup – May 20, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 19, 2015

  • Wenger coy on Sterling bid
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has refused to rule out a blockbuster summer move for unsettled Liverpool midfielder Raheem Sterling.
  • 'Mid-table job' not for Laudrup
    Michael Laudrup, who has been reportedly linked with the West Ham job, says he will not be returning to the Premier League this summer unless a "big club" comes calling.
  • WATCH: Mad red card for Cesc
    Cesc Fabregas was sent off in the first half of Chelsea's 3-0 defeat to West Brom on Monday Night Football - and it was a highly unusual dismissal.
  • Pulis: Chelsea best by a mile
    West Brom manager Tony Pulis hailed Chelsea as "worthy champions" after Albion's 3-0 victory at home to the Blues on Monday night.
  • Kane concerns for Spurs boss
    Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino has said Harry Kane may miss the start of next season if he plays for England U21s at the European Under-21 Championships this summer.
  • Mourinho questions red card
    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised referee Mike Jones for sending off Cesc Fabregas, saying he could have resolved the situation "with words".
  • Fabregas off as Chelsea run ends
    Cesc Fabregas received a bizarre red card as Chelsea lost their unbeaten run with a 3-0 defeat at West Brom on Monday evening.
  • WATCH: Best ever Premier League team?
    Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville picked their best-ever Premier League teams on Monday Night Football - one made up of players from Great Britain and Ireland, the other from foreign imports.
  • The MNF Awards
    Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville named their team of the season and dished out their end-of-season awards during the final Monday Night Football of the season.
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18May/15Off

Football News Roundup – May 18, 2015

  • West Brom v Chelsea preview
    West Brom welcome Premier League champions Chelsea to The Hawthorns for their final home game of the season on Monday Night Football.
  • Big Sam: I've been outstanding
    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has hit out at critics with "short memories," insisting he has done an "outstanding" job amid uncertainty over his future.
  • Henry in Lampard admission
    Thierry Henry has paid tribute to Frank Lampard after admitting his success took him by surprise.
  • Jose pleased with Loftus-Cheek
    Chelsea's young players might be FA Youth Cup and European champions but Jose Mourinho believes Ruben Loftus-Cheek's first team breakthrough is the academy's biggest accolade this term.
  • Jose 'snubbed Real return'
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho rejected a potential return to Real Madrid as manager, according to Guillem Balague.
  • OT talking points
    We look back on the top talking points from Old Trafford where Arsenal clinched a 1-1 draw against Manchester United to ensure Louis van Gaal’s side will have to settle for a fourth place finish.
  • Wenger pleased by response
    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists his side’s draw at Manchester United was crucial to their chances of finishing in the Premier League top three.
  • Gerrard, Lampard 'two of the greats'
    Graeme Souness told the Ed Chamberlin Audio Blog that the Premier League would "sorely miss" Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.
  • Walcott eyeing third spot
    Theo Walcott is confident Arsenal can secure the point they need from their last two Barclays Premier League matches to beat Manchester United into third place.
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17May/15Off

Football News Roundup – May 17, 2015

  • Bellerin eyes top-three finish
    Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin says it is vital for the club to finish in the top three of the Premier League this season.
  • Man Utd v Arsenal preview
    Manchester United will be looking to complete a Premier League double over Arsenal when they meet at Old Trafford.
  • Wenger: No plans to retire
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is certainly not planning to retire any time soon and admits he has no idea how Sir Alex Ferguson fills his time.
  • Pardew hails Puncheon
    Alan Pardew hailed the man-of-the-match performance of Jason Puncheon in Crystal Palace’s 3-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield.
  • Midtyjlland chief joins Bees
    Ambitious Brentford have appointed the chairman of Danish league leaders FC Midtyjlland as a co-director of football as the latest step in their mission to earn Premier League status.
  • Anfield talking points
    We look back at the key talking points after Steven Gerrard’s final Anfield appearance ended with a 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.
  • Pochettino's sights on Europe
    Mauricio Pochettino said Tottenham deserved a 2-0 win over Hull that saw them close in on Europa League qualification.
  • Allardyce: Wait and see over future
    Sam Allardyce admitted he did not know whether he would remain as West Ham manager beyond the end of the season - or even if he wanted to stay at Upton Park.
  • Ramsey: Victory for the fans
    Chris Ramsey believes QPR’s 2-1 victory over Newcastle gave some relief to those fans who endured their heavy defeat at Manchester City last week.
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Football News Roundup – May 16, 2015

  • McArthur out to 'spoil party'
    Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur is hoping to “spoil the party” for Steven Gerrard when the Eagles face Liverpool.
  • Wenger: All about third spot
    Arsene Wenger says he is not yet thinking about this month’s FA Cup final, as he focusses on finishing as high up the Premier League table as possible.
  • Mourinho defends Oscar treatment
    Jose Mourinho says Chelsea did nothing wrong and acted correctly when midfielder Oscar was feared to have suffered a head injury last month.
  • LvG prepares for De Gea exit
    Louis van Gaal says Manchester United have drawn up a list of potential replacements in case David de Gea leaves the club for Real Madrid.
  • Karanka thanks Boro players
    Aitor Karanka thanked his Middlesbrough team for earning him a Wembley date after beating Brentford to reach the Championship play-off final.
  • Bellerin eyes top-three finish
    Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin says it is vital for the club to finish in the top three of the Premier League this season.
  • Pritchard talks new Spurs deal
    Alex Pritchard has held discussions over a new four-year contract at Tottenham after being told he is wanted as a fully integrated member of the first-team squad next season, Sky sources understand.
  • Boro close in on Prem return
    Middlesbrough are just one game away from a Premier League return after beating Brentford 3-0 in the Championship play-off semi-final second leg, winning 5-1 on aggregate to seal a clash with Norwich or Ipswich at Wembley on May 25.
  • West Brom v Chelsea preview
    West Brom welcome Premier League champions to The Hawthorns for their final home game of the season on Monday Night Football.
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15May/15Off

Football News Roundup – May 15, 2015

  • QPR v Newcastle preview
    Newcastle could secure their Premier League survival with victory over already-relegated QPR at Loftus Road on Saturday.
  • Welbeck to miss United clash
    Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck has not returned to fitness in time to face former club Manchester United on Sunday.
  • Pochettino: No Spurs player safe
    Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino has warned none of his players are certain to stay at the club this summer.
  • Lampard hails fantastic Gerrard
    Frank Lampard is looking forward to renewing rivalries with Steven Gerrard when the pair head to the United States to kick off their MLS careers.
  • Unfair on Mourinho?
    Did Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho really not deserve a single manager of the month award? We look at the evidence...
  • How to improve Arsenal
    Arsenal remain in contention for their highest Premier League finish for a decade, but what do they need to do to mount a genuine title challenge next season? Here, Nick Wright takes a look at some of the areas for improvement...
  • Chelsea confirm Nathan move
    Chelsea have confirmed the signing of 19-year-old attacking midfielder Nathan from Brazilian club Atletico Paranaense.
  • Merson's predictions
    Sky Sports' Paul Merson gives his predictions ahead of another hugely important round of fixtures in the Premier League.
  • Winners medal delights Schurrle
    Wolfsburg forward Andre Schurrle is delighted to have been invited to Chelsea's final game of the season to receive a Premier League winners' medal.
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Football News Roundup – May 14, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 13, 2015

  • Gerrard set for farewell
    Steven Gerrard will try and enjoy his last home game in a Liverpool shirt this weekend when he bids an emotional farewell to Anfield.
  • Cech 'in Besiktas talks'
    Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has opened talks with Turkish club Besiktas over a summer move, according to his agent.
  • Barton denies 'false' report
    Joey Barton has hit back at a newspaper report which claimed to reveal who he believes to be the 'bad eggs' in the QPR dressing room.
  • Munns joins Cheltenham
    Cheltenham Town have bolstered their squad with the signing midfielder Jack Munns from Charlton.
  • Arsenal star says top three crucial
    Per Mertesacker is confident Arsenal can defeat Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday and quickly put the frustration of Monday’s 1-0 home defeat to Swansea behind them.
  • Fabianski: 'Nothing personal'
    Lukasz Fabianski said there were no personal motivations behind his man-of-the-match performance during Swansea’s 1-0 victory over Arsenal on Monday.
  • Trio make Addicks exit
    Tal Ben Haim, Simon Church and Chris Eagles are among 15 players released by Charlton.
  • When does your season start?
    The current Premier League season comes to an end on May 24 – but some Premier League stars won't be getting much time off this summer.
  • Who is Chelsea target Kenedy?
    With Brazilian midfielder Nathan set to join Chelsea, the Blues are also reportedly closing in on signing compatriot Kenedy from Fluminense.
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