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Can Arsenal make the top four?

Arsene Wenger has done it before !! Arsenal’s top-four chances are still alive after their win at Southampton so could the Gunners pull off another great escape to continue their 20-year sequence of qualifying for the Champions League? They have overcome the odds before in the race for the top …

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Fan starts petition to get Barcelona vs PSG match replayed

Deniz Aytekin was slammed for his refereeing performance in Barcelona‘s 6-1 epic with Paris Saint-Germain but one fan has taken his criticism to the next level. Luis Melendo has created a petition on Change.org with the aim of getting the Champions League clash replayed following 13 questionable decisions that were apparently …

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Ronaldo’s net worth will blow your mind !

Cristiano Ronaldo – Net Worth: €210 Million ($230 million) Ronaldo’s Real Madrid contract earns him more than €18 million per year. In 2014 he featured on Forbes list with total earnings of $80 million, which he made between 2013- 14. He is the captain of the Portugal national team. He …

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Pray for Coutinho !

Normal service was not quite resumed at Anfield but Divock Origi’s first Premier League goal since April and a late James Milner penalty saw Liverpool return to winning ways. The 2-0 victory over Sunderland came at a cost, however, as Belgian striker Origi was only on the pitch because of …

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Where is Xhaka ?

Granit Xhaka unable to nail down Arsenal place under Arsene Wenger Arsenal went to great expense to sign Granit Xhaka in the summer, so why isn’t he playing? Nick Wright takes a look ahead of their clash with Bournemouth on Nissan Super Sunday… It has been a curious start to …

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Solving the Chelsea puzzle will be Tottenham’s biggest test

By Saturday at Stamford Bridge, Mauricio Pochettino must try and figure out what is currently the most puzzling and difficult challenge in the Premier League right now: how to stop an utterly rampant Chelsea. It is a challenge, however, with a considerable degree of irony behind it – writes Miguel Delaney. …

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