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  • Wycombe woes have spurred Aston Villa on, says goalkeeper Bunn

    Wycombe woes have spurred Aston Villa on, says goalkeeper Bunn

    Reuters
    Wycombe woes have spurred Aston Villa on, says goalkeeper Bunn

    (Reuters) - The aftermath of Aston Villa's 1-1 FA Cup draw at Wycombe Wanderers on Jan. 9, when supporters' frustrations boiled over at the team's failure to see off the fourth-tier side, has spurred it on in recent weeks, goalkeeper Mark Bunn said. Villa have won three of their last seven games, including a 2-0 win over Wycombe in their FA cup replay on Jan. 19. …

  • West Ham's Lanzini and Sakho close to return

    West Ham's Lanzini and Sakho close to return

    Reuters
    West Ham's Lanzini and Sakho close to return

    Long-term injury absentees Manuel Lanzini and Diafra Sakho are closing in on a return to action for West Ham United, the Premier League club said on Thursday. Currently sixth in the league table, the club, however, will miss Cheikhou Kouyate in Saturday's game against Norwich City, while Winston Reid and Joey O'Brien are doubtful. Midfielder Lanzini, who injured his thigh against Liverpool in early January, is "only a few days away" from a return to full training after missing West Ham's last …

  • Martinez: Title Leicester's to lose

    Martinez: Title Leicester's to lose

    Omnisport
    Martinez: Title Leicester's to lose

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes Leicester City are clear favourites for the Premier League title after their incredible campaign. …

  • Blanc extends contract at PSG to 2018 ahead of Chelsea game

    Blanc extends contract at PSG to 2018 ahead of Chelsea game

    Associated Press
    Blanc extends contract at PSG to 2018 ahead of Chelsea game

    PARIS (AP) — Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc finally got what he wanted. …

  • Samir Nasri wants to end career at Manchester City

    Samir Nasri wants to end career at Manchester City

    Reuters
    Samir Nasri wants to end career at Manchester City

    (Reuters) - Samir Nasri hopes to end his career at Manchester City despite the club replacing the injury-plagued midfielder with young striker Kelechi Iheanacho in their Champions League squad for the knockout rounds earlier this month. The former Arsenal man, who has scored one goal in eight appearances this season, said he was looking forward to rekindling his 'special connection' with midfield duo David Silva and Yaya Toure upon his return. …