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Coleman surgery on broken leg successful

The Everton defender suffered a double break of his right leg following a tackle by Wales' Neil Taylor in Friday's 0-0 draw in Dublin.

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Spurs poised to finish above Arsenal

For the first time in Arsene Wenger's 21 years as Arsenal boss, Tottenham could finish above their arch rivals. Spurs are nine ahead - can they do it?

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14hGregor Robertson

Kompany has to overcome injury stigma

For once, Vincent Kompany is fit. Yet club and country are still overlooking him. This is how long injury layoffs can affect a footballer's career.

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Gerrard stars, Liverpool legends beat Real

Steven Gerrard stole the show as a "Liverpool Legends" team beat their Real Madrid counterparts 4-3 in an entertaining charity match at Anfield.

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Utd's Mourinho denies Croatia scouting trip

Jose Mourinho did not attend Friday's match between Croatia and Ukraine in a scouting capacity, he says. Instead, he was there for the sunshine.

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Coleman undergoes surgery on broken leg

Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman is due to undergo surgery on Saturday as he faces up to a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

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2dGlenn Price

Life as a scout at Benitez's Liverpool

What's it like to scout for Liverpool? ESPN FC caught up with Igor Gluscevic to talk about his time recruiting for Rafa Benitez.

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How will the Prem's top seven finish up?

With the Premier League in the final straight, the race for the Champions League is hotting up. ESPN FC's bloggers predict the remainder of 2016-17.

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1dMichael Cox

Cox: Alli is England's most important player

No-one seems too worried that England have dropped Wayne Rooney? Why? Because they have a new hero, and a new No. 10 for the future in Dele Alli.

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Hart on future: 'Something has to give'

Joe Hart believes he would have lost his place as England's number one if he had stayed at Manchester City and says "something has got to give."

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2dESPN staff

Yaya: 'It's annoying to defend all the time'

Yaya Toure says he finds it "difficult" and "annoying" to be constantly defending while backing the attacking style of Pep Guardiola.

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Lukaku: Decision made on Everton contract

Romelu Lukaku confirmed that a decision on Everton's offer of a new contract has been decided, while defending his "ambition" to win trophies.

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2dDan Kilpatrick

Spurs knew Poch met with Barca - source

Tottenham were aware of Mauricio Pochettino's meeting with Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu in Spain this week, a source has told ESPN FC.

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2dMattias Karen

Talk is cheap for Arsenal flops

Plenty of Arsenal players have defended Arsene Wenger in the press. How about defending set pieces properly? They're all talk and little action.

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2dCatherine Wilson

England new-boy Gibson: What to know

Ben Gibson has won his first call-up to the England squad. Five things you should know about the centre-back who is Middlesbrough through and through.

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