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  • With spotlight on top, Newcastle moves out of EPL drop zone

    With spotlight on top, Newcastle moves out of EPL drop zone

    Associated Press
    With spotlight on top, Newcastle moves out of EPL drop zone

    LONDON (AP) — Less than 24 hours before the global soccer spotlight falls on Leicester in its bid to win the top tier for the first time, Newcastle came out best in the scrapping at the other end of the English Premier League on Saturday. …

  • Neil defiant in defeat

    Neil defiant in defeat

    Omnisport
    Neil defiant in defeat

    Norwich City lost ground in the battle to stay in the top flight after losing at Arsenal, but boss Alex Neil is remaining upbeat. …

  • Wenger says Arsenal protesters full of 'disappointed love'

    Wenger says Arsenal protesters full of 'disappointed love'

    Reuters
    Wenger says Arsenal protesters full of 'disappointed love'

    By Neil Robinson LONDON (Reuters) - Arsene Wenger dismissed protests against him as more "disappointed love" than "real aggression" after disenchanted supporters held up banners calling for his resignation in the 1-0 victory over Norwich in the Premier League on Saturday. A well-trailed campaign saw demonstrations inside and outside the Emirates Stadium with fans, unhappy at the 12-year gap since the club last won the Premier League, brandishing placards in both the 12th minute and 12 minutes …

  • Real Betis 0 Barcelona 2: Rakitic and Suarez edge champions back ahead in title race

    Real Betis 0 Barcelona 2: Rakitic and Suarez edge champions back ahead in title race

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    Real Betis 0 Barcelona 2: Rakitic and Suarez edge champions back ahead in title race

    Real Betis made it tough for Barcelona, but Ivan Rakitic and Luis Suarez sank the hosts to steer Luis Enrique's men closer to the title. …

  • Arsenal win amid anti-Wenger protests, Newcastle get boost

    Arsenal win amid anti-Wenger protests, Newcastle get boost

    Reuters
    Arsenal win amid anti-Wenger protests, Newcastle get boost

    By Ian Chadband LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal closed in on another season of Champions League football with a 1-0 win over strugglers Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday but it was another uncomfortable evening for manager Arsene Wenger amid protests from fans. Arsenal moved into third place thanks to a Danny Welbeck goal but it did not stop the discontent inside and outside the Emirates Stadium from supporters grumbling about perceived under-achievement in Wenger's long reign. …