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Brendan Rodgers ready to show 10 Liverpool players the door?

With their FA Cup dreams in tatters and Champions League hopes all but extinguished, talk around Anfield is of a planned clear-out.

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Herrera: There will never be another Scholes

Herrera, 25, has been likened to the former England international, who scored 107 goals in 499 games for United during a career which spanned three decades from 1991 to 2013.

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Suarez 'shy' post Barca move

Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has admitted to feeling "a bit shy" when he first joined the Catalan club and started to play alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar.

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Hendrie: Grealish should choose England

Grealish, 19, impressed in the FA Cup semifinal win over Liverpool on Sunday and is now in the middle of a tug-of-war between England and the Republic of Ireland over his international services.

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Zidane: PSG can beat Barca

Paris Saint-Germain could still reach the Champions League semifinals despite needing to score at least three goals at Barcelona on Tuesday, according to France legend Zinedine Zidane.

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Johnson: UK stars lack speed and power

Johnson won four Olympic gold medals for the USA from 1992-2000 in the 200m and 400m, but is now working with the FA to help clubs learn more about players' athletic development.

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Van Persie gets assist for U21s

Robin van Persie moved a step closer to his Manchester United comeback by playing 62 minutes for their Under-21 team and claiming an assist.

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Chelsea striker crisis after Drogba injury

Drogba could miss Chelsea's visit to title rivals Arsenal on Sunday after pulling out of charity match in France with an ankle injury, adding to injury woes with Diego Costa and Loic Remy doubts.

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Luis Enrique: We had Suarez 'doubts'

Barcelona had "a few doubts" about Luis Suarez upon his summer arrival from Liverpool but his rise at the club has been "meteoric," boss Luis Enrique has said.


Bale faces up to 3 weeks out

Gareth Bale is expected to be out for up to three weeks after Real Madrid announced that the player had suffered an injury to the soleus muscle in his left leg.

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LMA: 2014-15 season on for sacking record

League Managers Association research shows that the 40 managers dismissed across the top four English divisions by the end of March is a new record, four up from the same period in 2012-13.

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Evra: Fergie told me I will be a 'great coach'

Patrice Evra has told Canal+ his former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has tipped him to be a "great coach" when the France international hangs up his boots.

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Liverpool linked with Falcao move

Transfer Talk: Brendan Rodgers is considering making Manchester United's struggling loanee Radamel Falcao a headline summer signing

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PFA Player of the Year contenders

The Professional Footballers' Association player of the Year award has been announced with a whole host of stellar names hoping to land the prize. Sanchez or Costa? Kane or Hazard?

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Matic hails Chelsea character

Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic believes his side have shown a title winning mentality in their last three matches as they close in on winning the Premier League's top prize.

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Tuchel to succeed Klopp at Dortmund

Former Mainz boss Thomas Tuchel will replace Jurgen Klopp as coach of Borussia Dortmund this summer, the club have announced.

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Toure: Gerrard 'sad' but will recover

Liverpool defender Kolo Toure said a "sad" Steven Gerrard will deal with the reality of being denied a fairytale FA Cup final farewell.

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Silva avoids fracture after elbow

Manchester City are optimistic David Silva avoided serious injury in their 2-0 win over West Ham as they allayed fears that their Spanish playmaker could miss the rest of the season.

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Fabregas desperate for title

Cesc Fabregas has issued a pointed reminder to Arsenal of the reason why he chose to return to England with Chelsea as the Blues close in on his first Premier League title.

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City 'not getting what they deserve'

Manuel Pellegrini is looking for a response from Manchester City as they prepare to return to action after last week's derby defeat at Manchester United.


Rodgers: We lack 'courage'

"We need to have the courage and bravery to play better in the big games," Rodgers said. "We looked as if the occasion and the energy got to us a wee bit. But that's what can happen sometimes."

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Howard: No lack of effort at Everton

Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has said his side's struggles this season have not been because of any problems with attitude.

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Debuchy delighted to make return

Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy is delighted to be off the treatment table and back on the pitch but said it will take time for him to recover his best form.

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Poch: Kane's impact greater than Hazard's

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Harry Kane's "massive impact" on English football makes him more worthy of the PFA Player of the Year award than Eden Hazard.



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