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11hPA Sport

Williamson: Red not deliberate

Mike Williamson is reported to have apologised for his red card for Newcastle but denied his manager John Carver's claim his dismissal was deliberate.

13hRichard Jolly

Negredo: Pellegrini trust behind City exit

The Valencia striker says he was happy in Manchester despite rumours he missed Spain and says he lost Pellegrini's trust after playing through injury.

1dESPN Staff

Juve win Serie A title

Juve collected their fourth consecutive title -- their 31st overall -- with a 1-0 win at Sampdoria to hand Allegri a Scudetto in his debut season.

1dPeter O'Rourke

Tottenham eyeing Salah move - sources

Tottenham are considering a move for Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah following his impressive spell on loan at Fiorentina, sources have told ESPN FC.

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1dPA Sport

Blackpool game abandoned after protests

Angry Blackpool fans invaded the pitch in protest as their final Championship game of the season against Huddersfield was abandoned after 48 minutes.

2dPA Sport

Leicester's Pearson: I'm no bully

Asked whether he was bothered by being called a bully he replied: "That is a word that is very easy to use but there you are. I am not."

2dPA Sport

Mou: Sentiment over silverware

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho cherishes memories, not trophies and medals as his side look set to collect the Premier League crown this weekend.

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17hESPN staff and PA Sport

Champ: Bournemouth top, Derby denied

A late Sheffield Wednesday equaliser at Watford hands the title to Eddie Howe's Cherries, while Derby go down 3-0 at home to Reading to concede their spot in the play-offs to Brentford, who thrashed Wigan.

2dJames Dall

Leicester can deepen Toon gloom

Newcastle's desperate slide shows no sign of abating under John Carver, and Nigel Pearson's Leicester are just the side to compound that misery.

3dESPN staff

Report: Utd had most injuries

Manchester United's squad has suffered the most injuries during the 2014-15 Premier League season, according to



GOAL! And a beauty. Seattle's stellar build-up capped off by a Clint Dempsey flick to Obafemi Martins who slots home. Sounders 3-1 NYCFC.


GOAL! Seattle answers right back, as Clint Dempsey collects the ball in the box and calmly puts it away. Sounders 2-1 NYCFC.


GOAL! NYCFC's Mehdi Ballouchy scores to make it 1-1 vs. Seattle right before he is subbed off for the returning David Villa.


At the half, it's Seattle 1-0 NYCFC, as Obafemi Martins connected on the Sounders' only shot and New York missed all six of their attempts.


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