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8hJames Dall

Arsenal's season hinges on beating Chelsea

Having failed to beat Jose Mourinho on 12 previous occasions, Arsene Wenger can end a personal hoodoo on Sunday. A victory for Arsenal over Chelsea would also lay down a marker for next season, writes James Dall.

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7hESPN staff

UCL semis: Bayern vs. Barca, Real vs. Juve

Bayern manager Pep Guardiola faces off against Barcelona, his old club, in the Champions League semis, while reigning holders Real Madrid play Juve.

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Tottenham quiet on NFL talks reports

Tottenham Hotspur are open to prospect of their new White Hart Lane stadium being used to host events other than soccer, sources told ESPN FC.

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11hPA Sport

Johnson still clear to play for Sunderland

Sunderland winger Adam Johnson appears set to remain available for selection after being charged with three offences of sexual activity with a child.

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12hESPN staff

Chicharito to cost €10m - report

Real Madrid can secure the permanent signature of Javier Hernandez from Manchester United for €10 million, according to AS.

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1dESPN staff

Johnson charged over sexual offences

Sunderland winger Adam Johnson has been charged with three offences of sexual activity with a child under 16 and one of grooming, Durham Police said.

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Dortmund play down €30m Hummels bid

Sport Bild reported Manchester United have made a first bid for the Germany centre-back with sporting director Michael Zorc unwilling to confirm it.

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8hRichard Jolly

Yaya 'happy' at City - Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini said Manchester City can offer Yaya Toure the new challenge to motivate him to stay at the Etihad Stadium.

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Mariner: Arsenal may have a mental block

The ESPN FC panel discuss the upcoming Premier League match between Chelsea and Arsenal, and note Arsenal's lack of results against the Blues as a troubling statistic.

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Ramsey: I'm the man for QPR

Chris Ramsey believes he should be the manager for Queens Park Rangers next season regardless of if the team avoid the drop or not.

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1dPA Sport

Kane wants to play for England at U21 EC

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke claims Harry Kane's agent has told him that the Tottenham striker wants to play at this summer's U21 Euros.

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1dRichard Jolly

Sagna: No regrets over City

Bacary Sagna has insisted he does not regret joining Manchester City, despite his struggle to get a place in Manuel Pellegrini's team.

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1dPA Sport

Former Everton chairman Carter dies

Under Carter, the club won two league titles, an FA Cup and the European Cup Winners' Cup, which is still their only continental silverware.

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2dESPN Staff

Buffon: 12-year wait makes result special

After a 12 year wait, Juventus' Champions League semifinal berth Wednesday is extra reason to celebrate, says legendary goalkeeper Gigi Buffon.

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1dPA Sport and ESPN staff

Allardyce: West Ham best for Cresswell

Sam Allardyce has told Aaron Cresswell he would be better served staying put at West Ham next season even if he is wanted by Man City and Chelsea.

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1dBen Gladwell

Juve want Dybala, Cavani, rule out Falcao

Juventus are keen to sign Paulo Dybala and Edinson Cavani but cannot afford Radamel Falcao's wages, according to general manager Beppe Marotta.

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Sanchez: Cazorla 'a spectacular player'

"You never know whether he will kick the ball with his right or left foot. Also, he moves with short but quick strides, which is a remarkable trademark too."

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2dESPN Staff

Yaya Toure agent eyes City talks

The 31-year-old midfielder has been linked with an exit and agent Dimitry Seluk is set for talks, saying: "We have had different offers for Yaya."

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