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  • Man City stay ready to pounce if Liverpool slip up

    Man City stay ready to pounce if Liverpool slip up

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    Man City stay ready to pounce if Liverpool slip up

    Manchester City know they must keep themselves in a position to pounce if Premier League title favourites Liverpool slip up when they play the first of their two games in hand against bottom club Sunderland on Wednesday night. Liverpool's 3-2 victory at Anfield on Sunday allowed the Reds to stay clear at the top of the table and extend their advantage over third-placed City to seven points. That will be an unbridgeable gap if Liverpool win their remaining four games to lift their first …

  • Alex Ferguson's wines expected to score with buyers - Christie's

    Alex Ferguson's wines expected to score with buyers - Christie's

    Reuters
    Alex Ferguson's wines expected to score with buyers - Christie's

    By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - To take his mind off the pressure of "the beautiful game", retired Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson collected vintage wines that will be sold at auction starting in Hong Kong in May, Christie's said on Wednesday. The collection of about 5,000 bottles assembled by one of soccer's most successful managers will be sold along with memorabilia signed by Ferguson and has a pre-sale estimated value of 3 million pounds ($5 million), the auction house said. The …

  • Players, families honour Hillsborough dead

    Players, families honour Hillsborough dead

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    Players, families honour Hillsborough dead

    Liverpool stars joined relatives of the 96 Hillsborough stadium disaster victims as the club marked the 25th anniversary of the tragedy with a solemn memorial service at Anfield. Club captain Steven Gerrard and former manager Kenny Dalglish were among those in a crowd of around 25,000 who gathered to honour the Liverpool fans killed after a crush during an FA Cup semi-final in Sheffield in 1989. A minute's silence took place at 3:06 pm (1406 GMT), reflecting the precise moment at which the …

  • Wenger gamble on Arsenal's golden oldies pays off

    Wenger gamble on Arsenal's golden oldies pays off

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    Wenger gamble on Arsenal's golden oldies pays off

    By Sam Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Arsene Wenger took a risk by picking Arsenal’s old guard against West Ham United on Tuesday but it paid off with a 3-1 win as his weary side regained fourth place in the Premier League. The Frenchman fielded a team with an average age of 29 at the Emirates, with Olivier Giroud their youngest outfield player at 27, as he banked on his golden oldies to get a result. Wenger, renowned for developing young players, opted for a wealth of experience to overcome …

  • Fan Speak: Away games key to Liverpool's title hopes

    Fan Speak: Away games key to Liverpool's title hopes

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    Fan Speak: Away games key to Liverpool's title hopes

    Reds supporter Ryan Lim reflects on a vital victory against Manchester City and opines that their remaining two games at Norwich City and Crystal Palace are the toughies left …