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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.


LVG eyes holding midfield

"The No 6 is one of the key roles," Van Gaal said. "We have seen this season, with Michael Carrick, that he has spent a lot of time injured."

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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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Schweinsteiger coy on Utd link

Schweinsteiger refused to say whether he will be making a summer move to Old Trafford, merely confirming: "I am under contract until 2016."

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Ronaldo nets best goal tally

Cristiano Ronaldo set a personal record for goals in a season by scoring a hat trick in the first half of Real Madrid's season finale on Saturday.

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Southend promoted to League One

Phil Brown's side score injury time equaliser at end of extra time against Wycombe at Wembley, before sealing promotion after a dramatic penalty shootout.


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.


Agent: Benitez would like to coach Madrid

Ancelotti is expected to be sacked by Madrid president Florentino Perez, with the club ending the current campaign without winning any major trophy.

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Ibe must ignore Sterling talks - Boothroyd

England under-20 boss Boothroyd says Ibe must "take care of his own situation" and ignore speculation he could replace wantaway Anfield star Sterling.

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Will Hull or Newcastle avoid relegation?

Relegation from the Premier League awaits either Hull or Newcastle on a weekend of intense pressure. For the side who goes down all is not lost.

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Darke: Relegation might help Newcastle

For a team and an owner so seemingly content with Premier League mediocrity, relegation might be good for Newcastle, writes Ian Darke.