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Villa end Liverpool's FA Cup dream

Tim Sherwood's side to face Arsenal in final after Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph answer Philippe Coutinho's first-half strike at Wembley.

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22hESPN staff

Messi scores 400th for Barca

Lionel Messi reached yet another milestone in Barcelona colours when he notched his 400th goal for the club in Saturday's La Liga meeting with Valencia at the Camp Nou.

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20hKevin Palmer

Given lost Man City FA Cup medal

Villa goalkeeper Shay Given was an FA Cup winner with Manchester City four years ago, but he has admitted that he does not know where his less-than-prized medal from the 2011 final now lays.

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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.

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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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Arteta confident over new deal

Manager Arsene Wenger is keen to retain the services of Arteta, who is out of contract in the summer and expected to agree a 12-month extension.

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5hESPN staff

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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9hRichard Jolly

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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Pellegrini: Toure must improve

Toure has only struck eight times this season and struggled for form both at the start of the campaign and after returning from the African Nations Cup.

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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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Sources: Clyne, Schneiderlin to leave Saints

While tentative talks over a new deal have for Clyne have been staged, his advisers have made it clear that the 23-year-old will not be signing a new deal with Southampton.

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Balotelli racial abuse highlighted in report

Mario Balotelli has been targeted with more than 4,000 racist messages via social media this season, according to new research from anti-discrimination body Kick It Out.

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Torres: Gerrard best I've played with

Steven Gerrard is the best footballer Fernando Torres has ever played alongside, the Atletico Madrid striker said of his former Liverpool teammate.

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Oscar 'very happy' at Chelsea

Oscar has said he has no intention of leaving Chelsea despite speculation over his future, telling Sky Sports: "I'm very happy here."

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Bradford fire judge wants new investigation

Sir Oliver Popplewell, the judge who conducted the 1985 Bradford fire public inquiry, says police should look at eight other fires allegedly connected to the then club chairman.

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2dAlex Shaw

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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2dJames Dall

Victory for Utd at Chelsea could be telling

Victory for Man United against Chelsea could have repercussions for next season's inevitable title defence, so don't be surprised to see Mourinho set his side up to avoid defeat on Saturday.

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3dRichard Jolly

Sources: City not looking at Klopp

Jurgen Klopp would not be a candidate to manage Manchester City if the Premier League champions were to sack Manuel Pellegrini, sources have told ESPN FC.

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Capello: Terry should be in England team

John Terry should still be playing for England as he is among the best defenders in the country, according to former Three Lions boss Fabio Capello.

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Carver: Newcastle United need points

Newcastle head coach John Carver has said he is looking for results rather than performances as he attempts to halt the club's alarming Premier League slide.

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That's full time at a now-empty St James' Park, where Tottenham top Newcastle 3-1 and send the Magpies to their sixth consecutive defeat.

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GOAL for Tottenham! Harry Kane sends Newcastle fans to the exits, making it 3-1 to the visitors in the 91st minute!