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  • Guardiola has already done an amazing job at Manchester City - Alonso

    Guardiola has already done an amazing job at Manchester City - Alonso

    Omnisport
    Guardiola has already done an amazing job at Manchester City - Alonso

    Xabi Alonso feels Manchester City's sublime start to the season is all down to the arrival of Pep Guardiola. …

  • Leicester need to adapt to grappling clampdown - Simpson

    Leicester need to adapt to grappling clampdown - Simpson

    Reuters
    Leicester need to adapt to grappling clampdown - Simpson

    (Reuters) - Defender Danny Simpson says Leicester City need to adapt quickly to a clampdown by referees on pushing and holding in the penalty area after Saturday's 4-1 defeat by Manchester United. Last season, centre backs Wes Morgan and Robert Huth provided Leicester with great defensive solidity and they conceded only 36 goals on their fairytale run to the title. Simpson said the new interpretation of the rules could be contributing to the club's defensive frailty. …

  • Five things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

    Five things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

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    Five things we learned in the Premier League this weekend

    Premier League leaders Manchester City maintained their perfect start under Pep Guardiola as Manchester United returned to winning ways against champions Leicester City. No Rooney, no problem for Man United The Manchester United team sheet for Saturday's home game with Leicester City caused a stir after manager Jose Mourinho elected to drop captain Wayne Rooney, who has been struggling for form. …

  • Arter impresses, but O'Neill's strikers not involved ahead of World Cup qualifiers

    Arter impresses, but O'Neill's strikers not involved ahead of World Cup qualifiers

    Goal.com
    Arter impresses, but O'Neill's strikers not involved ahead of World Cup qualifiers

    The Bournemouth midfielder was praised as his side defeated Everton, but Martin O'Neill's four strikers had little or no impact on the weekend's games …

  • Man City's Sterling credits Guardiola for rise in form

    Man City's Sterling credits Guardiola for rise in form

    Reuters
    Man City's Sterling credits Guardiola for rise in form

    (Reuters) - Raheem Sterling has hailed Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola for helping him turn around his year, in particular for encouraging the winger to "enjoy scoring goals". Sterling found the back of the net only six times in 31 Premier League games last season and was vilified by a section of England's fans after the country's poor Euro 2016 campaign. …