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Lampard vs Arteta: Managers of a forgotten generation

Two of football’s youngest coaches are competing for one of its highest honours. This tells us something about how the Premier League appoints manager

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Derby delight for the Red Devils kept them on Chelsea's coattails in the battle for a top-four finish, but it was also a good Sunday for the Blues as they thrashed Everton 4-0.

Can Guardiola salvage Man City’s season?

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola conceded the Premier League title to Liverpool long ago, but his side's profligate attack and porous defence are becoming...

Man City launch legal bid to stop potential Champions League ban — reports

The Premier League Champions have decided to take legal action to avoid being kicked out of future Champions League competitions

Title, top four and pride at stake in massive Manchester derby

The days of dominance are long gone for the Red Devils with just a place in the top four and Champions League qualification their target

It’s crunch time for City, admits Guardiola

Guardiola knows Tottenham will pose a serious threat to City's quadruple dreams over the next few days

Wenger ‘amazed’ at speculation over Arsenal future

Arsenal's manager has come under sustained fire since an abject display in Sunday's 3-0 hammering at Wembly

Five premier questions

With the Premier League season kicking off on Friday, Steven Griffiths looks at five questions ahead of the new campaign.

Proud Wenger hails Arsenal’s ‘spectacular’ FA Cup win

Arsene Wenger said Arsenal's "spectacular" 2-1 FA Cup final victory over Chelsea was just reward for an outstanding display from his team.

Do or die for the Premier League’s stumbling giants

It’s crunch time in the English Premier League, as managers and players face the chop

FA Cup win my most important success, says Arsenal’s Wenger

Arsene Wenger says his team's win against Hull City in the FA Cup has been the most important victory of his 18 years in charge.

Mourinho sorry he did not make Mata a stronger player

Juan Mata was not a first choice player for Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, who as a result felt he couldn't stop the Spaniard from moving to Man U.

Ba one, Manchester United nil

Holders Chelsea kept one hand on the FA Cup by overcoming a lacklustre Manchester United 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Monday.

Arsenal knocked out of FA Cup by Blackburn

Arsenal's hopes of ending their eight-year trophy drought suffered a huge setback after they lost to second-tier Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.

FA Cup: Suarez hands Liverpool victory over Mansfield

Luis Suarez's controversial goal has given England soccer giants Liverpool a 2-1 win over fifth-tier Mansfield Town in their FA Cup third-round clash.

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