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  • Back at Wembley, Mourinho bids for 4th League Cup title

    Back at Wembley, Mourinho bids for 4th League Cup title

    Associated Press
    Back at Wembley, Mourinho bids for 4th League Cup title

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Many of the top coaches in English soccer have long viewed the League Cup as a hindrance in their pursuit of grander goals during the season. …

  • Uruguayan Caceres in frame for Southampton debut in final

    Uruguayan Caceres in frame for Southampton debut in final

    Reuters
    Uruguayan Caceres in frame for Southampton debut in final

    Uruguayan Martin Caceres could make his Southampton debut in the English League Cup final against Manchester United on Sunday despite having not played a competitive game for 12 months, manager Claude Puel said on Friday. The 29-year-old former Barcelona and Juventus defender signed a short-term deal with the Premier League club last week and impressed Puel during a training camp in Spain. Southampton are trying to win their first silverware since beating United in the 1976 FA Cup final. …

  • Puel welcomes Mkhitaryan's EFL Cup final absence

    Puel welcomes Mkhitaryan's EFL Cup final absence

    Omnisport
    Puel welcomes Mkhitaryan's EFL Cup final absence

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been ruled out of the EFL Cup final, much to the relief of Southampton manager Claude Puel. …

  • GAMING: Chelsea will profit with Pedro

    GAMING: Chelsea will profit with Pedro

    Goal.com
    GAMING: Chelsea will profit with Pedro

    The Spaniard has scored in his last two games and features in this week’s Goal Star Strikers; the goal scorer prediction game! …

  • Move from Melwood will safeguard Liverpool's future - Klopp

    Move from Melwood will safeguard Liverpool's future - Klopp

    Reuters
    Move from Melwood will safeguard Liverpool's future - Klopp

    (Reuters) - Manager Juergen Klopp said Liverpool have taken a step in the right direction with plans to move away from their long-time first team training base in Melwood to a redeveloped site in Kirkby, where their youth academy is located. Liverpool plan to spend 50 million pounds redeveloping the combined training centre and converting the main pitch into an indoor one. "I really love Melwood but football changes. …