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Ian Whittell

Aguero hat-trick sinks Arsenal, City close gap on Liverpool

Manchester City closed to within two points of Premier League leaders Liverpool thanks to Sergio Aguero's hat-trick in a 3-1 win over Arsenal

Solskjær’s salutes never-say-die United

United ensured a thrilling finale when Jeff Hendrick was judged to have brought down Jesse Lingard and Pogba stroked home

Liverpool dish out new deals to ensure sustained success

Liverpool is working to ensure this season's Premier League title push is not a one-off as they lay the foundations for continued success

Solskjær looking to the future no matter what Man Utd decide

There has been a growing clamour from supporters for Solskjær to be confirmed as manager on a permanent basis

Never let me go: Solskjaer wants to stay as Man United boss

The United interim manager has won his first four games in charge

Mourinho reveals board backing after United’s stunning win over Newcastle

Speculation over Mourinho's position mounted before kick-off following United's poor start to the season

Mourinho dedicates United win to under-fire Woodward

While ​Jose Mourinho praised the United fans, he also offered a hint of support for Ed Woodward

‘I’m a club man’: Mourinho insists United comes before his future

Mourinho has found his future as United manager the subject of much discussion after a tempestuous period

Mourinho favourites Lukaku, Matic send Man Utd into semi-finals

Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic scored the goals that carried Man United through to the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win over Brighton

Premier League still the greatest prize for Guardiola

Guardiola is far more interested in the six victories that will make the English title a mathematical certainty for City

Jose Mourinho lashes out at ‘critical’ Paul Scholes

Scholes singled out Paul Pogba, the club's record signing, after his anonymous performance in the weekend draw with Southampton.

‘Unacceptable’ Arsenal put Wenger in firing line

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger described his team's performance as "unacceptable" after they were swept aside 4-0 by Liverpool at Anfield.

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