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  • Van Gaal: Easier for Leicester to sign players than United

    Van Gaal: Easier for Leicester to sign players than United

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    Van Gaal: Easier for Leicester to sign players than United

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes it is easier to buy players at Leicester City than at his club. …

  • Vardy absence won't stop Leicester title coronation, says Simpson

    Vardy absence won't stop Leicester title coronation, says Simpson

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    Vardy absence won't stop Leicester title coronation, says Simpson

    Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has told old rival Sam Allardyce to drop the mind games after the Sunderland boss claimed Crystal Palace could roll over at St James' Park on Saturday. Benitez and Allardyce are embroiled in a tense battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League heading into the final three games of the season. The struggle for survival was already heated enough given the animosity between local rivals Newcastle and Sunderland and now the personal history between Benitez …

  • Wenger: My loyalty helped build Emirates

    Wenger: My loyalty helped build Emirates

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    Wenger: My loyalty helped build Emirates

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his critics should remember that his loyalty to the club helped secure the Emirates stadium. …

  • Pochettino eyes Ferguson legacy at Tottenham

    Pochettino eyes Ferguson legacy at Tottenham

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    Pochettino eyes Ferguson legacy at Tottenham

    Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino believes the potential at the club could allow him to build an Alex Ferguson-type legacy. …

  • Klopp fumes over Liverpool's hectic schedule

    Klopp fumes over Liverpool's hectic schedule

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    Klopp fumes over Liverpool's hectic schedule

    A frantic fixture programme is not about to ease up for Liverpool, who face their ninth match in 30 days when they visit Swansea in the Premier League on Sunday. Reds manager Jurgen Klopp has indicated he will respond to the demands on his team by making several changes for a game that takes place between their two Europa League semi-final meetings with Villarreal. Klopp's hand has been forced by the timing of the fixture, which will kick off just 62 hours after Thursday's first leg against …