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  • Madrid lead is not worth anything – Zidane

    Madrid lead is not worth anything – Zidane

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    Madrid lead is not worth anything – Zidane

    Los Blancos currently lead La Liga by a point from bitter rivals Barcelona, and have a game in hand, but the Frenchman is unmoved by such statistics …

  • 'Going to China? Madness' – Keane urges Rooney to stay in Europe

    'Going to China? Madness' – Keane urges Rooney to stay in Europe

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    'Going to China? Madness' – Keane urges Rooney to stay in Europe

    The United skipper is linked with a move to the Far East, but the former midfielder feels that is the wrong move for him at present …

  • From Invincible to Intolerable - why do so many Arsenal fans want Wenger out?

    From Invincible to Intolerable - why do so many Arsenal fans want Wenger out?

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    From Invincible to Intolerable - why do so many Arsenal fans want Wenger out?

    The Frenchman is rapidly losing his grip on the club he has served so assiduously, with supporters growing tired of continued disappointment …

  • Mourinho miffed by timing of Chelsea FA Cup showdown

    Mourinho miffed by timing of Chelsea FA Cup showdown

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    Mourinho miffed by timing of Chelsea FA Cup showdown

    Jose Mourinho's delight at Manchester United's progress to the last 16 of the Europa League has been tempered by the timing of their FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea, with the manager criticising the tie being scheduled for a Monday. United, who beat St Etienne 1-0 on Wednesday to progress 4-0 on aggregate, now face the prospect of playing the second leg of their next Europa League tie just three days after their FA Cup showdown against former club Chelsea on March 13. "I feel really …

  • Clement out to give former club Chelsea the blues

    Clement out to give former club Chelsea the blues

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    Clement out to give former club Chelsea the blues

    By Toby Davis LONDON (Reuters) - Having helped Chelsea to win the Premier League as assistant to Carlo Ancelotti, Paul Clement will be looking to put a dent in their title hopes this season when he takes his resurgent Swansea City side to Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Clement, who had two spells at Chelsea, was Ancelotti's right-hand man when they won the double in 2010, and will return for the first time this weekend having departed the following year. A trip to face the runaway league …