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Tottenham may need new approach - Kane

Harry Kane has conceded Tottenham players may have to adopt a fresh approach to big games after they suffered an eighth successive FA Cup semi loss.

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Van Dijk: Reds' defence 'no reason to panic'

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk admits there were a few home truths aired in the dressing room after their late collapse against West Brom.

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50:50 Challenge: Salah over De Bruyne for PFA prize

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is the 2017-18 PFA Player of the Year over Man City's Kevin De Bruyne. ESPN FC's blogger debate the prize.

FC pundits call out Klopp for 'petty' post-match comments (3:18)
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Benitez: I cannot perform miracles

Rafa Benitez has warned Mike Ashley he cannot perform "miracles" every year after keeping Newcastle in the Premier League.

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What other records could Salah break?

Mohamed Salah is showing no signs of slowing down in a record-breaking first season at Liverpool. What other marks could he break this year?

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Sane named PFA Young Player of the Year

Sane, signed from Schalke two years ago, has scored 13 goals in all competitions this season as Manchester City have won the Premier League title.

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14hMatthew Stanger

Arsenal, De Bruyne lead Premier League TOTW

Four Arsenal stars made it in our Premier League team of the weekend, including Arsene Wenger on the touchline. Who else makes the cut?

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15hJonathan Smith

Pep defends 'happy' supporter pitch invasion

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City supporters were just showing their happiness after a pitch invasion following their 5-0 victory over Swansea.

Guardiola: Man City not letting up after winning title (2:21)