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12hJeff Carlisle

Vieira: No contact about replacing Wenger

New York City FC manager Patrick Vieira says that no one from Arsenal has contacted him about replacing Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.

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16hESPN staff

Michael Oliver to referee FA Cup final

Michael Oliver has been appointed to referee the 2017-18 FA Cup final, the Football Association has announced.

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17hIan Holyman

Burnley's Defour: Injury will cost me WC call

Steven Defour is not optimistic he will be fit enough to make Belgium's World Cup squad even though his recovery from surgery is ahead of schedule.

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17hESPN staff

Predictable titles risk alienating fans - EPFL

The European League umbrella group (EPFL) has warned that fans will soon lose interest in domestic championships if leagues become too predictable.

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19hJonathan Johnson

Ronaldinho's Pogba jab enrages PSG director

Ronaldinho has annoyed Paris Saint-Germain's Luis Fernandez after advising Manchester United's Paul Pogba to "respect" coach Jose Mourinho.

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19hMusa Okwonga

Herrera back in favour under Mourinho

Part technician, part troll, Ander Herrera is Manchester United's warrior. He has recovered from a sloppy spell to become Jose Mourinho's go-to guy.

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19hRob Dawson

De Gea: United players must step up next season

United have recorded victories over Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal this season but have not challenged for the title.

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20hPeter O'Rourke

Walker-Peters set for new Spurs deal - sources

Walker-Peters only signed a contract last August but Spurs want to reward him for his progress in breaking into the first-team with a new deal.

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22hJonathan Smith

City to keep Stones, target Jorginho - sources

Napoli midfielder Jorginho is a top target for Manchester City, with manager Pep Guardiola only wanting to make small changes, sources told ESPN FC.

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23hRob Dawson

Mourinho plays down Man United overhaul

Mourinho will improve his Manchester Unitedd squad ahead of next season but he has suggested there will not be major changes at the club.

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1dDavid Mooney

City right to escape punishment for pitch invasion

Man City fans invaded the pitch after their 5-0 win over Swansea but anyone with a problem with that struggles to understand emotion in football.

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1dJames McNicholas

Arteta to Arsenal too much of a leap

This is one of the biggest moments in Arsenal's history so to give Arsene Wenger's job to inexperienced Mikel Arteta represents a massive gamble.

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1dESPN staff

How Wenger has performed vs. Spurs

Arsene Wenger has been at Arsenal for 21 years. In that time, Tottenham have had 11 managers. So how has the Frenchman matched up with them all?

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1dLuke O'Farrell

Schneiderlin 8/10 in laborious Everton win

With so much of Sam Allardyce's tenure spent watching opponents dictate the tempo, Everton appeared unsure what to do in control against Newcastle.

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1dPA Sport

Robot helps Everton fan serve as mascot

A 14-year-old Everton fan became part of Premier League history on Monday as a "remote" matchday mascot with the aid of a robot.

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