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  • Fernando Torres returns on loan to Atletico Madrid

    MADRID (AP) -- Fernando Torres could make his Atletico Madrid return in a Copa de Rey match with crosstown rival Real Madrid two days after rejoining his boyhood club.

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  • Most-watched Sports Minutes of 2014

    From flying armbars to balancing goats, there were a number of diverse stories that piqued users' interest this year.

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  • Wenger eyes top four berth as Arsenal hit stride

    London (AFP) - Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal are gathering momentum at the right time after they enhanced their prospects of qualifying for the Champions League with a hard-fought 2-1 win at West Ham.

    AFP
  • Striker Torres to join Milan on permanent deal

    LONDON (AP) -- Chelsea says striker Fernando Torres will join AC Milan on a permanent basis in the January transfer window.

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  • Saturday Morning Manager WK18

    Neal Thurman takes a quick spin around the Boxing Day matches with impressions on Rooney being Rooney, Arsenal frustrating, and Liverpool and Spurs squeaking by.

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  • Wenger facing up to Giroud blow

    Arsene Wenger admits losing striker Oliver Giroud once again is a body blow to Arsenal's Champions League push. Giroud is facing three games out after his red card in the 2-1 Boxing Day win against QPR. The Frenchman was sent off for a headbutt on Nedum Onuoha and his lack of discipline will see…

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  • Rodgers encouraged by battling Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes his side proved they have the guts to rescue their spluttering season after grinding out a 1-0 win over Burnley. After a miserable run which included their exit from the Champions League, Rodgers' side have now lost once in their last nine games in all…

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  • Lloris expected to be fit for United showdown

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino eased fears over Hugo Lloris's fitness by confirming the France goalkeeper was unharmed after a collision with Leicester striker Jamie Vardy. Lloris will be fit for Sunday's home match against Manchester United despite going down in an incident that brought…

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  • Struggling Palace sack manager Warnock

    London (AFP) - Neil Warnock on Saturday became the first Premier League manager to lose his job this season when he was sacked by strugglers Crystal Palace.

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  • Best XI: Week 18

    Galin Dragiev lists some important injuries from today and gives the Best XI for week 18.

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  • Chelsea, Man City win in English Premier league

    LONDON (AP) -- Chelsea and Manchester City enjoyed commanding victories in the English Premier League on Friday while Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool also won on a successful day for the top teams.

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  • Toure close to fourth straight African award

    Johannesburg (AFP) - Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure moved closer to a record fourth consecutive African Footballer of the Year title on Friday when he was included in a three-man shortlist.

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  • Sanchez saves Arsenal as Giroud sees red

    Alexis Sanchez helped maintain 10-man Arsenal's Champions League push as his man-of-the-match display condemned Queens Park Rangers to a 2-1 Premier League defeat on Friday. The Chilean forward went from zero to hero after squandering an early penalty and then putting Arsenal ahead with a…

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  • Revitalised Saints down Palace, into top four

    Southampton climbed back into the Premier League's top four with a 3-1 win against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Friday. Ronald Koeman's side moved into the fourth and final Champions League place with their second successive victory to maintain their revival after a run of five games without…

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  • Eriksen keeps Spurs in top four chase

    Tottenham claimed their third successive Premier League win as Christian Eriksen's free kick sealed a 2-1 success at bottom-of-the-table Leicester on Friday. Mauricio Pochettino's side had goalkeeper Hugo Lloris to thank for an outstanding performance as Leicester dominated for long periods after…

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  • Wenger backs Mertesacker ahead of QPR visit

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has defended under-fire centre-back Per Mertesacker ahead of his side's Premier League home game with Queens Park Rangers on Friday. Mertesacker was criticised after apparently ducking beneath the ball to allow Martin Skrtel to net a 97th-minute equaliser for…

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  • Premier League braced for bumper Boxing Day

    For the first time in the 2014-15 season, all 20 English top-flight clubs will be in action on the same day, with leaders Chelsea's home game against high-flying London rivals West Ham United the stand-out match. Chelsea's professional 2-0 victory at Stoke City on Monday allowed Jose Mourinho's…

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