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  • 'I'm always looking to attack'

    It is now a different Tamim Iqbal that one gets to see in international cricket as the left-hander has adopted a much more composed approach.

  • Arsenal's top-four hopes suffer major blow

    Arsenal's hopes of finishing in the Premier League's top four suffered a potentially fatal blow as they suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat at relegation-threatened Crystal Palace on Monday.

  • EPL 39th game 'not far away'

    The head of the International Champions Cup exhibition tournament said Monday he believes the English Premier League is ready to revisit proposals to stage a 39th game overseas.

  • ‘City focused for tough Arsenal and Chelsea tests’

    The international break has allowed Manchester City players to recuperate and refocus ahead of their Premier League trips to Arsenal and Chelsea, midfielder Aleix Garcia has said.

  • Manchester City charged with failing to control players: FA

    Manchester City face a charge of failing to control their players by the Football Association for their surrounding the referee Michael Oliver when he awarded a penalty in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Sunday.

  • Vardy got death threats over Ranieri sacking

    Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has said he was subjected to death threats and his wife targeted by aggressive motorists after allegations that he contributed to the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri.

  • Pep rues lack of goals

    Sharper finishing is all that is required to take Manchester City to the next level, manager Pep Guardiola said after his side's 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

  • United fined for failing to control players at Chelsea

    Manchester United have been fined 20,000 pounds ($24,784.00) for failing to control their players in Monday's FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Chelsea, the governing body said on Friday.

  • ‘Too many rule changes will slow the game down’

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that while the introduction of technology and other rule changes may benefit the sport in certain cases there is a real danger that football could become a "stop-and-go game".

  • McClaren sacked as Derby manager for second time

    Steve McClaren, the former England head coach, has been sacked as manager of Championship side Derby County for the second time in three years, the second-tier club announced on Sunday.

  • ‘No European football has helped Conte's Chelsea’

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has enjoyed a "position of privilege" by not having to deal with both European and domestic campaigns in his first season in England, Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has said.

  • I'd prefer to stay: Wenger

    Arsene Wenger revealed he hasn't ruled out extending his Arsenal reign after his side eased the pressure on the troubled boss with a 5-0 FA Cup quarter-final win over minnows Lincoln.

  • Maziya arrive in Dhaka

    Maziya SRC arrived here yesterday to take part in the AFC Cup with a hope of securing three points against Bangladesh Premier League champions Abahani.

  • Man Utd confident of avenging defeat

    Marouane Fellaini insists Manchester United are confident of avenging the worst moment of Jose Mourinho's reign when they return to Chelsea in the FA Cup quarterfinals on Monday.

  • Can the man lifts Liverpool

    Emre Can's superb shot guided Liverpool to a 2-1 home win over Burnley on Sunday and maintained their bid to qualify for next season's Champions League.

  • Wenger under siege as Lincoln chase FA Cup's greatest shock

    Just when Arsene Wenger thought life couldn't get any more stressful, the Arsenal manager finds himself on a hiding to nothing as minnows Lincoln eye more FA Cup history in Saturday's quarter-finals.

  • Mourinho out for revenge as Man United visit Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho takes his Manchester United side back to former club Chelsea on Monday with a place in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley up for grabs and a score to settle with his old employers.

  • Man City frustrated in goalless draw with Stoke

    Manchester City failed to fire in a frustrating 0-0 home draw with Stoke City on Wednesday that dealt a damaging blow to their Premier League title hopes and left them 10 points adrift of leaders Chelsea.

  • Pep Guardiola

    Guardiola bemoans extortionate price of English players

    The high premium that English players command in the transfer market represents a serious obstacle to Manchester City's plans to fill the team with domestic talent, manager Pep Guardiola has said.

  • Bayern run riot again to crush dispirited Arsenal

    For an hour Arsenal were at least salvaging some pride against Bayern Munich, then the ceiling came crashing down as they exited the Champions League last 16 on Tuesday with a matching pair of 5-1 defeats against the merciless Bundesliga giants.

  • Ibra banned for 3 games

    Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will miss the FA Cup quarterfinal at Chelsea after accepting a charge of violent conduct and an immediate three-match ban, England's Football Association said Tuesday.

  • Wenger focuses on 'bigger picture' for Arsenal future

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, whose contract expires at the end of the season, will make a decision about his future based on the "bigger picture" and not a recent slump in form.

  • Chelsea ease past West Ham

    Chelsea brushed aside London rivals West Ham United with a 2-1 away win that restored their 10-point lead at the top of the Premier League on Monday.

  • Ozil to miss Bayern clash

    Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil will miss Tuesday's Champions League last-16 second leg against Bayern Munich after illness.

  • Guardiola tells Man City it's 'must-win' time

    Pep Guardiola has told his Manchester City side they are now into "must-win" territory in their three-pronged bid for silverware this season.

  • City, Spurs on the up

    Sergio Aguero's 23rd goal of the season helped Manchester City reclaim third place in the Premier League thanks to a comfortable 2-0 win at struggling Sunderland on Sunday.

  • Wenger puts more pressure on himself with Sanchez decision

    Arsene Wenger reckoned that leaving his leading marksman Alexis Sanchez on the substitutes bench had been a "debatable" decision but it was one that appeared to backfire on the Arsenal manager in the 3-1 defeat at Liverpool on Saturday.

  • Liverpool crush Arsenal

    Liverpool put their recent troubles behind them, showing touches of their best early-season vibrancy to overcame Arsenal 3-1 at a jubilant Anfield and leapfrog the Gunners into third place in the Premier League on Saturday.

  • Ozil prays in Turkish during anthem

    Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has revealed in his autobiography that he prays in Turkish on the pitch during the German national anthem before international matches.

  • Trouble for Ibra as United held

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic was at the centre of controversy as Manchester United were held 1-1 by 10-man Bournemouth in an extraordinary Premier League match at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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