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  • Tottenham will push to secure Europa League place - Sherwood

    Tottenham will push to secure Europa League place - Sherwood

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    Tottenham will push to secure Europa League place - Sherwood

    Though admitting that "the stats don't lie" as to the benefits of avoiding European fixture congestion, the Spurs boss has no intention of trying to avoid qualification …

  • Cavani: Uruguay can make history at the World Cup

    Cavani: Uruguay can make history at the World Cup

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    Cavani: Uruguay can make history at the World Cup

    The Paris Saint-Germain forward says he is looking forward to facing England in Brazil and is determined to make an impact for his country on the biggest stage of all …

  • Barcelona faces end of winning era

    Barcelona faces end of winning era

    Associated Press
    Barcelona faces end of winning era

    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Barring a drastic turn of fortune, Barcelona is on the brink of finishing its worst season since former coach Pep Guardiola molded it into one of the most successful sides to play the game. …

  • Unpolished Pulis gets Palace sparkling

    Unpolished Pulis gets Palace sparkling

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    Unpolished Pulis gets Palace sparkling

    With his baseball cap and tracksuit, Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis is an unlikely trendsetter, but his exploits this season have made him the name on everyone's lips. Five months on, their 3-2 victory at high-flying Everton on Wednesday took them to the 40-point mark synonymous with survival, 10 points above the relegation zone with four games still to play. "The manager has come in and done a brilliant job," says Palace winger Jason Puncheon, one of several players to have been …

  • Rodgers says Liverpool not feeling the heat

    Rodgers says Liverpool not feeling the heat

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    Rodgers says Liverpool not feeling the heat

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said on Thursday that there was no extra pressure on his side despite the fact they are within sight of a first league title since 1990. "We'll deal with it the same as we have from the very first game of the season," Rodgers told a press conference. "There's no added pressure than what we had then." With four games of the season remaining, Liverpool are two points above Chelsea and six points clear of third-place Manchester City, who lost ground by drawing …