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8hPA Sport

Everton U23s win Premier League 2 title

Everton's U23 side were crowned Premier League 2 champions after earning a favour from rivals Liverpool who beat second-placed Manchester City 3-2.

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Benitez happy to prove his doubters wrong

Rafa Benitez was happy to prove his doubters wrong after returning Newcastle to the Premier League one year after they were relegated.

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Sun Jihai inspires grassroots football in China - Via ManCity.com (10:16)
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FA Cup won't excuse UCL failure - Cech

Petr Cech believes Arsenal have disproved accusations they lack leaders by beating Manchester City and reaching the FA Cup final.

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9hLiam Twomey

Conte: Chelsea prove cash isn't everything

Antonio Conte says Chelsea's climb to the top of the Premier League this season is proof that spending the most money is no guarantee of success.

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Premier League a 'big wake-up' call for Pep (4:04)
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Shakespeare wary of revitalised Arsenal (1:26)
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11hTony Evans

Evans: Palace are the team to fear right now

Crystal Palace were relegation candidates in January. Now, they're racking up big wins against the league's top teams. What's going on?

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Behind the scenes at Man City training - Via ManCity.com (5:51)
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Handshake no disrespect to Reds - Sakho

Crystal Palace centre-back Mamadou Sakho has defended his controversial handshake with fellow Liverpool castaway Christian Benteke.

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Inside Man City: A week in the life at the club - Via ManCity.com (11:38)
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Conte doesn't want selfish players at Chelsea (0:50)
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Can Klopp compete without spending? (2:30)
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Guardiola's first season a '5 out of 10' (3:12)
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15hDavid Usher

Liverpool need to stop tempting fate

When Liverpool start feeling good about themselves, they slip up. Yet Sunday's defeat could prove especially crucial.

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Puel: Chelsea are the best in the league (1:29)