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  • Why can't Arsène Wenger ever beat José Mourinho?

    Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger is now winless in 13 career meetings with Chelsea's José Mourinho. So what gives?

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  • Hernandez stars for Madrid in six-goal thriller

    Javier Hernandez struck twice as Real Madrid kept the pressure on Barcelona at the top of La Liga by reducing the Catalans' lead to two points with a enthralling 4-2 win at Celta Vigo on Sunday. Nolito fired the hosts into an early lead before goals from Toni Kroos and Hernandez turned the game…

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  • Oscar collision reveals serious flaw in Premier League concussion protocol

    The Chelsea midfielder was allowed to play 30 more minutes before finally being sent to the hospital at halftime.

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  • Felipe second-half header gives Red Bulls 1-1 tie with LA

    HARRISON, N.J. (AP) -- Felipe scored on a fluky second-half header to give the Red Bulls a 1-1 tie with the Los Angeles Galaxy Sunday, leaving New York as the MLS's only undefeated team.

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  • Soccer-Kane named best young player after stellar year

    By Mike Collett LONDON, April 26 (Reuters) - It took Harry Kane four years to become an overnight sensation at Tottenham Hotspur in a season that began on the bench but is ending with a Young Player of the Year award as a full England international. His peers in the Professional Footballers'…

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  • Klopp out to shatter Bayern's treble hopes

    Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp plans to shatter Bayern Munich's dreams of a treble-winning season in Tuesday's German Cup semi-final clash. The 47-year-old brings Dortmund to Munich's Allianz Arena for the last time as Borussia coach having announced he will quit at the end of the season…

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  • Soccer-Chivas move top in Mexico after 1-1 draw with America

    Guadalajara fought back to salvage a 1-1 home draw against America on Sunday, reclaiming top spot in the Clausura championship after the "clasico" between Mexico's two biggest clubs ended in a stalemate. Winger Paul Aguilar put the title-holding America Eagles in front with a rasping long-range…

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  • Soccer-Vermaelen will have to win his place, Barca coach says

    By Elena Gyldenkerne BARCELONA, April 27 (Reuters) - Barcelona defender Thomas Vermaelen will have to win a place in the team like any other player now that he finally appears to have put his long-term injury woes behind him, coach Luis Enrique said on Monday. The Belgium centre back sustained a…

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    Team of the week - Gameweek 34

    A look back at the top performers from last weekend's Premier League action.

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  • Rampant Lyon back on top

    Lyon refuse to let Paris Saint-Germain run away with the Ligue 1 title after a 4-2 win at Reims on Sunday put them back on top of the table. Corentin Tolisso, leading scorer Alexandre Lacazette and Clinton Njie all scored in the first 20 minutes for OL, with Mickael Tacalfred scoring a late…

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  • Chelsea midfielder Oscar out of hospital after head knock

    LONDON (AP) — Chelsea midfielder Oscar is out of the hospital following a heavy collision with an opponent during a Premier League game that left the Brazil international with a swollen face.

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  • Newcastle in trouble, Shearer says

    Former star striker Alan Shearer is fearful that Newcastle are heading towards relegation from the Premier League on the back of a dire loss of form. A former skipper at the northeast club, Shearer was stunned by Saturday's 3-2 defeat to Swansea at St James' Park which was the Magpies' seventh…

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  • Title party on hold as Juve suffer rare derby defeat

    Juventus will have to wait at least a few more days before they can celebrate winning a fourth consecutive Serie A title as Massimiliano Allegri's side lost 2-1 to city rivals Torino on Sunday. Fresh from winning through to their first Champions League semi-final in 12 years after beating Monaco in…

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  • Soccer-Sturridge may miss rest of season, says Rodgers

    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge's frustrating season looks like ending prematurely, his manager Brendan Rodgers said on Monday. "It has been difficult for Daniel," Rodgers told reporters before the Premier League match at Hull City on Tuesday. "But we will have to see if that is going to be this…

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  • U-turn as Carlos Queiroz stays as Iran coach

    The saga of Carlos Queiroz's time in charge of the Iranian national side has taken a fresh twist with the Portuguese coach making a sudden u-turn to lead the team's 2018 World Cup campaign. Queiroz, a former Real Madrid boss and ex-assistant to Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, announced last…

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  • Soccer-Mexican championship first stage results and standings

    April 27 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the Mexican championship First Stage matches on Sunday Sunday, April 26Guadalajara 1 America 1 Toluca 2 Club Tijuana 0 Saturday, April 25Atlas 3 CD Leon 2 Cruz Azul 0 Chiapas 1 Monterrey 1 Morelia 0 Pachuca 2 Puebla 1 Friday, April…

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  • Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea: Organized Blues defending effectively ends title race

    Chelsea marched towards a likely Premier League title by earning a point at the Emirates thanks to solid, organized defending in the final third.

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