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  • Man City, Chelsea charged with failing to control players

    Man City, Chelsea charged with failing to control players

    Reuters
    Man City, Chelsea charged with failing to control players

    Manchester City and Chelsea have been charged with failing to control their players during Saturday's Premier League match, the FA said on Monday. City striker Sergio Aguero's reckless tackle on Chelsea defender David Luiz in stoppage time sparked a melee at the Etihad Stadium, with players and coaching staff from both teams involved in ugly scenes. City's Aguero and Fernandinho were sent off and will serve four and three-game bans respectively. …

  • Everton confirm serious knee injury for Bolasie

    Everton confirm serious knee injury for Bolasie

    Goal.com
    Everton confirm serious knee injury for Bolasie

    The DR Congo international was forced off during Sunday's draw with Manchester United, and now faces an extended spell on the sidelines …

  • Unsettled Man City target Celtic reaction

    Unsettled Man City target Celtic reaction

    AFP News
    Unsettled Man City target Celtic reaction

    Pep Guardiola's Manchester City will look to turn the page on their turbulent weekend defeat by Chelsea when they entertain Celtic in their final Champions League group game on Tuesday. City's 3-1 loss on Saturday left them four points below Chelsea, who top the Premier League table, and saw Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho dismissed for losing their heads in stoppage time. City are already assured of a place in the Champions League last 16, while Celtic cannot even reach the Europa League, but …

  • Old boy Stam set for United return in FA Cup

    Old boy Stam set for United return in FA Cup

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    Old boy Stam set for United return in FA Cup

    Former Manchester United hardman defender Jaap Stam will return to Old Trafford in January after the second tier side he manages Reading were drawn to meet the holders in the third round of the FA Cup on Monday. The 44-year-old -- who won three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and the 1999 Champions League during his three year stay at United -- has said he fears for his job if a proposed takeover of the club goes through despite guiding them to the heady heights of third in the table. In a …

  • Everton forward Bolasie to have knee surgery

    Everton forward Bolasie to have knee surgery

    Reuters
    Everton forward Bolasie to have knee surgery

    (Reuters) - Everton forward Yannick Bolasie will have surgery to repair knee ligament damage sustained in the 1-1 draw at home to Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday. The Democratic Republic of Congo international picked up the injury in the second half at Goodison Park and the Toffees confirmed on Monday he needed an operation. "Scans have now confirmed anterior cruciate ligament damage to the right knee. …