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  • 'Sex masochism' as Van Gaal blasts hairline Huth

    'Sex masochism' as Van Gaal blasts hairline Huth

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    'Sex masochism' as Van Gaal blasts hairline Huth

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal bizarrely compared Leicester defender Robert Huth's hair-pull on Marouane Fellaini with "sex masochism" and also tugged a television reporter by the hair in an eccentric attempt to defend his player. Van Gaal was quizzed on the incident which saw United midfielder Fellaini escape without punishment after elbowing Huth in the neck and opted to explain why the Belgian had reacted that way by getting physical with the reporter. Claiming Fellaini's hair …

  • Southampton 4 Manchester City 2: Mane hat-trick blows top-four race open

    Southampton 4 Manchester City 2: Mane hat-trick blows top-four race open

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    Southampton 4 Manchester City 2: Mane hat-trick blows top-four race open

    Sadio Mane scored a hat-trick as Southampton beat a much-changed Manchester City 4-2 in Sunday's Premier League clash. …

  • Van Gaal calls for video referees after Drinkwater decision

    Van Gaal calls for video referees after Drinkwater decision

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    Van Gaal calls for video referees after Drinkwater decision

    Video referees should be introduced in football, Louis van Gaal said after Manchester United drew 1-1 with Leicester City on Sunday. …

  • Real's Ronaldo returns to training after injury

    Real's Ronaldo returns to training after injury

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    Real's Ronaldo returns to training after injury

    Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to training after recovering from a hamstring injury and could be fit to face Manchester City in the Champions League semi-finals on Wednesday. Ronaldo has not featured since April 20, but could return for the second leg having missed last week's 0-0 draw at the Etihad Stadium. "Every Champions League match feels like the first," Ronaldo told the club's website. …

  • Mum's the word as Ranieri misses potential title decider

    Mum's the word as Ranieri misses potential title decider

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    Mum's the word as Ranieri misses potential title decider

    Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri will not be able to watch the game which could deliver his side their first-ever Premier League title because he wants to have lunch with his 96-year-old mother on her birthday. The Foxes will be crowned champions if Tottenham Hotspur, who trail them by eight points, fail to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, a ground where they have not won since 1990, on Monday. "I’d like to watch the match tomorrow, but I think I’m on a flight back from Italy so it’s …