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  • Fabregas did NOT dive and Chelsea should have got two penalties against Arsenal, says Mark Halsey

    Fabregas did NOT dive and Chelsea should have got two penalties against Arsenal, says Mark Halsey

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    Fabregas did NOT dive and Chelsea should have got two penalties against Arsenal, says Mark Halsey

    REFEREE'S COLUMN: Oscar should have been given a penalty after David Ospina's challenge, while there was enough contact from Santi Cazorla on Cesc Fabregas inside Arsenal's area …

  • Barca guarding against complacency in La Liga title push

    Barca guarding against complacency in La Liga title push

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    Barca guarding against complacency in La Liga title push

    Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has stressed his side won't take their eye off the ball despite having a comfortable run-in to the end of the La Liga season as they chase a fifth title in seven years. A 2-0 win over local rivals Espanyol on Saturday ensured Barca maintained a two-point lead over Real Madrid at the top of the table with just five games remaining. I am not worried that they will get complacent, the professionals are the ones most aware of how difficult it is to beat any opponent." …

  • Clinton Foundation admits missteps in donor disclosure

    Clinton Foundation admits missteps in donor disclosure

    Associated Press
    Clinton Foundation admits missteps in donor disclosure

    The acting chief executive of the Clinton Foundation is acknowledging the global philanthropy made mistakes in how it disclosed its donors amid growing scrutiny as Hillary Rodham Clinton opens her presidential ... …

  • Hazard wins England's PFA player of the year award

    Hazard wins England's PFA player of the year award

    Reuters
    Hazard wins England's PFA player of the year award

    By Ken Ferris LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea's Belgium forward Eden Hazard won England's PFA player of the year award ahead of Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane and Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea on Sunday. England striker Kane, 21, was voted young player of the year at the Professional Footballers' Association awards dinner with Hazard, 24, second and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, 22, third. …

  • Terry stars in another Mourinho masterplan

    Terry stars in another Mourinho masterplan

    Reuters
    Terry stars in another Mourinho masterplan

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea plucked a performance straight from the Jose Mourinho textbook -- with John Terry writing a chapter all of his own -- as they grafted to a 0-0 draw at Arsenal on Sunday that leaves them almost certain to claim the title. It was not particularly pleasing on the eye, but the fact Arsenal's best two chances fell to a central defender and a late substitute spoke volumes for the control Chelsea enjoyed against a side boasting the creative talents of …