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Alexis Sanchez admits mental exhaustion amid poor Man Utd start

Alexis Sanchez has admitted to struggling with mental exhaustion after a disappointing start to life at Manchester United. Sanchez has managed just one goal in his first 10 appearances since arriving at Old Trafford and revealed he expected better of himself after his January move. After four years at Arsenal, Sanchez ...

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Ronald Koeman admits he should have been sent off for “a clear foul” on David Platt during the Netherlands’ controversial win over England in 1993.

Koeman was skipper when a 2-0 victory in Rotterdam all but ended England’s hopes of qualifying for the 1994 World Cup. The game was goalless when Platt was played through on goal, only for Koeman to cynically drag him back on the edge of the area.

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Dele Alli is the best young player in the world, says Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino

Is Dele Alli one of the best players in the world? Getty

Dele alli lis the best player in the world for his age, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has declared The 21-year-old has had praise and criticism heaped upon him in recent months. His rise from League One football at MK Dons to being a regular for both club and country while ...

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Are Man Utd progressing under Jose Mourinho? The Soccer Saturday pundits give their verdict

As Manchester United turn their attention from a disappointing Champions League exit towards the FA Cup, we asked the Soccer Saturday pundits whether the club are progressing under manager Jose Mourinho. United failed to convert their stalemate in Seville into qualification as they suffered a shock 2-1 loss in the ...

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Arsene Wenger vows to give Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck ‘honest feeling’ over ‘dive’ for penalty v AC Milan

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger refused to criticise Danny Welbeck after he was widely accused of diving to win a penalty in the Gunners’ Europa League win over AC Milan on Thursday night. Leading 2-0 from last week’s first leg in Italy, the Gunners were shaken by Hakan Calhanoglu’s long-range goal ...

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Guardiola plays down hopes of clinching title in derby

City make mathematically certain of being crowned champions following their 2-0 victory at Stoke on Monday. First, City must win their visit to mid-table Everton but, should they do so, Guardiola will win his first league title in English football with victory over his old rival Mourinho at the Etihad. ...

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PARIS – Holders Real Madrid cruised into the Champions League quarter-finals with Cristiano Ronaldo’s second-half goal helping them to a 2-1 victory at Paris St Germain on Tuesday as the 12-time European champions went through 5-2 on aggregate. Ronaldo headed home seven minutes into the second half and Casemiro added ...

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