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Newcastle safe with Hull relegated

Moussa Sissoko and Jonas Gutierrez scored the all-important goals as Newcastle beat West Ham to secure Premier League safety. Meanwhile, Hull, who drew 0-0 against 10-man Manchester United, have been relegated.

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4hJohn Brewin

Fellaini red unbelievably stupid - LVG

The Red Devils coach says Fellaini's dismissal could cost him a starting role at Old Trafford as he will begin next season with a three-game ban.

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5hESPN Staff

England name squad to face Baa Baas

Danny Cipriani, Elliot Daly, Henry Slade and Christian Wade all named in 24-man squad for Twickenham clash.

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3dSimon Barnes

Barnes: Is the Prem really worth it?

The riches of the Premier League only continue to grow, but Simon Barnes asks: Is the glory of reaching England's top-flight truly worth it?

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16hPA Sport

Rio Ferdinand 'overwhelmed' by support

Rio Ferdinand has described being "overwhelmed" by the support he received from football fans after his wife died.

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1dKevin Palmer

Coquelin didn't like Arsenal return

Francis Coquelin has confirmed he did not want to return to Arsenal following a successful loan spell at Charlton at the start of this season.

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15hPA Sport

Ashley told to sell Toon

Mike Ashley is running Newcastle "from another planet" and should sell the club as soon as possible, according to former manager Kevin Keegan.

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5h

Contador extends his Giro lead in 15th stage

Alberto Contador extended his overall lead of the Giro d'Italia by seven seconds on Sunday after finishing third behind winner Mikel Landa on a mountainous 15th stage.

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Van Gaal believes De Gea will stay

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has expressed fresh optimism in keeping goalkeeper David De Gea at Old Trafford past the end of this season.

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1dPA Sport

Saracens overcome sickness bug to reach final

Saracens defied a bug that had swept through their ranks to book their place in next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final with a 29-24 victory over Northampton.

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