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Manchester United team news: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hints at squad rotation for Bournemouth clash, with Dan James and Odion Ighalo in line for starts 3.7.2020 Football
Manchester United will be looking to extend their 15-match unbeaten run when they host relegation threatened Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are also searching for a fourth consecutive home win in all competitions at Old Trafford. If Solskjaer names an unchanged team tomorrow it will be the first time since October/November 2006 […]
Brendan Rodgers Has Faith In Jamie Vardy Despite Goal Drought 3.7.2020 NDTV Sports - Latest
Leicester have collected just two points in three matches since the Premier League restart following the coronavirus shutdown.
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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard decides on two signings he wants alongside Kai Havertz 3.7.2020 Daily Express :: Football Feed

Chelsea are expected to intensify their pursuit of Kai Havertz in the coming weeks.
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Klopp: Next season and 100 per cent Anfield record not the focus for Liverpool 3.7.2020 Football: Live Football Scores, News, Transfers, Fixtures, Videos, Results - myKhel
London, July 3: Jurgen Klopp rejected any talk of focus being shifted to next season as Premier League champions Liverpool look to bounce back from defeat at Manchester City when they face Aston Villa. The Reds welcome Villa to
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Can Manchester United sustain revival under Ole Gunnar Solskjær? | Jamie Jackson 3.7.2020 Football | The Guardian

United’s manager has been brave in cutting the squad and after going 15 games unbeaten the sense is of a more stable outfit

As a snapshot of Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s evolving Manchester United, rewind to Bruno Fernandes’s second goal in the 3-0 win at Brighton on Tuesday. On 50 minutes, a commanding Harry Maguire header initiated a wow moment. Wow because of what it suggested of Nemanja Matic, whose best days are supposedly gone. And wow because it confirmed how the Serb’s rejuvenation is part of the larger team renaissance that Solskjær is overseeing.

Matic took the ball on his chest, pivoted and found Mason Greenwood with a second sight-like vision that had the 18-year-old surging along the left, before a cross found the relentless Fernandes who volleyed home at the far post.

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Man Utd chief Ed Woodward told he made Bruno Fernandes transfer mistake 3.7.2020 Daily Express :: Football Feed

Manchester United sealed a deal for Bruno Fernandes in the January transfer window.
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Race for Champions League spots intensifies in England 3.7.2020 FOX Sports Digital
Race for Champions League spots intensifies in England
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Atalanta emerging as a Champions League contender 3.7.2020 FOX Sports Digital
Atalanta is showing itself to be a legitimate contender for the Champions League title
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Dele Alli and Harry Winks – Five players Tottenham should sell to fund a major rebuild and create a team in Jose Mourinho’s image 3.7.2020 Football
Champions League qualification is still a faint possibility, but Tottenham’s defeat at Sheffield United shows just how far away they are from being a top side again. Spurs were unlucky at a key moment when Harry Kane’s equaliser was ruled out by VAR because of a Lucas Moura handball in the build-up. The decision was […]
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Gabby Agbonlahor blasts Tottenham over ‘shocking decision’ to let Danny Rose leave on loan for Newcastle during January transfer window 3.7.2020 Football
Gabby Agbonlahor has blasted Tottenham’s ‘shocking’ decision to let Danny Rose leave while keeping Ben Davies in the first-team. The Wales left-back was part of a Spurs defence that conceded soft goals at Sheffield United in a 3-1 defeat on Thursday. The damaging result all but ended Tottenham’s hopes of playing Champions League football next […]
Wendell: 'Brazilian players have a higher value as we produce the best' 3.7.2020 Football | The Guardian
The full-back discusses Brazil’s long love affair with Bayer Leverkusen and how his club can overcome Bayern Munich By Joshua Law for Yellow & Green Football For some Brazilians, the road to approbation in European football is bumpy. The most obvious obstacle is the playing style – higher paced, less forgiving – and there are the additional challenges of the climate, language, food and baffling local customs. But the route Wendell followed when he moved from Rio Grande do Sul to North-Rhine Westphalia as a fresh-faced 20-year-old in June 2014 had been smoothed by years of use. Brazil and Bayer Leverkusen have a long-running and intense love affair. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, Seleção stalwarts Jorginho, Emerson, Zé Roberto and Juan each racked up more than 100 games for the club. Paulo Sérgio was a Bayer player when he won the World Cup in 1994, as was Lúcio when he won football’s greatest prize in ...
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Leroy Sane Targets Champions League Glory After Signing For Bayern Munich 3.7.2020 NDTV Sports - Latest
Leroy Sane spent four years at Manchester City, winning two Premier League titles, an FA Cup, two League Cups and two Community Shields, but European success eluded him.
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Has Nicolas Pepe been a better player under Mikel Arteta than Unai Emery? 3.7.2020 Football: Live Football Scores, News, Transfers, Fixtures, Videos, Results - myKhel
Bengaluru, July 3: The Premier League return has been a mixed bag for Arsenal so far. Although Mikel Arteta has managed to brag second-most points behind Liverpool in 2020 but has suffered two heavy defeats already against Manchester City
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Swiss Cup champion will be denied Europa League spot 3.7.2020 FOX Sports Digital
The winner of the Swiss Cup will be denied a traditional entry into the Europa League because of an overcrowded schedule caused by the coronavirus pandemic
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Arsenal ask Atletico Madrid to agree Thomas Partey transfer release clause plan 3.7.2020 Daily Express :: Football Feed

Arsenal have enquired about the possibility of paying Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey's release clause in instalments.
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Man Utd, Liverpool, Man City and Everton scouts all set to watch same transfer target 3.7.2020 Daily Express :: Football Feed

Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton will all send scouts to the same match tomorrow.
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‘They’ve gone the opposite way to Liverpool’ – Harry Redknapp says Tottenham have ‘gone backwards a million miles’ and predicts top four failure next season 3.7.2020 Football
Harry Redknapp says former club Tottenham have ‘gone backwards a million miles’ after the latest hammer blow to their pursuit of European football. Spurs were humbled by Sheffield United on Thursday night as Jose Mourinho’s men were beaten 3-1 at Bramall Lane. The defeat leaves the north Londoners nine points adrift of the top four. […]
Manchester United legend Roy Keane once screamed at ‘smiling’ Kleberson and was a huge influence on Cristiano Ronaldo, says Eric Djemba-Djemba 3.7.2020 Football
Roy Keane had a fearsome reputation as a player and Eric Djemba-Djemba recalled a time when he screamed at Kleberson in the Manchester United dressing room. The midfielder was a man you did not want to get on the wrong side of, and he would let you know if you were not playing up to […]
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Leroy Sane targets Champions League glory after signing for Bayern Munich 3.7.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
Leroy Sane has targeted Champions League glory with Bayern Munich after joining the Bundesliga giants from Manchester City for a fee of around 50 million euros ($56 million) on Friday.
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Atalanta's fairytale overwritten by tragedy but momentum continues | Nicky Bandini 3.7.2020 Football | The Guardian
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side continue to win relentlessly amid the shared trauma of a city that was hit hardest by Covid-19 Not even Gian Piero Gasperini knew if Bergamo was ready to start watching football again this June. Before the coronavirus outbreak, Atalanta had been enjoying the finest season in their 113-year history. A club representing a city of 120,000 people sat fourth in Serie A, outscoring the giants from Milan, Rome and Turin. Competing in the Champions League for the first time ever, Atalanta reached the quarter-finals by smashing Valencia 8-4 over two legs. Theirs was the latest great footballing fairytale. And then it was overwritten by tragedy. Bergamo became the one of the cities worst hit by the pandemic, with an estimated 6,000 deaths . It is feared that their first leg against Valencia – played in neighbouring Milan, as all of Atalanta’s European home games have been this season, to allow for bigger crowds – contributed to the virus’s rapid ...
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