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#Premier League

# premier-league - Yesterday’s News

'Work, do the right things and it will come again' - Klopp keeps the faith with Salah

The Liverpool boss feels that Sadio Mane could be an example for the Egyptian star.

'Of course we want him to stay': Pogba backs Solskjaer to get permanent Man United job

The Norwegian has reinvigorated the Old Trafford club since taking over from Jose Mourinho in December.

'The stick he used to get from the media was bang out of order'

Danny Rose has backed England team-mate Raheem Sterling’s fight against racism.

# premier-league - Tuesday 19 March, 2019

The Premier League is overrated - Ibrahimovic

The former Man United striker feels the quality of football in England did not match up to rival leagues.

'I could have done a lot better this season'

Tottenham star Kieran Trippier admits he’s stumbled after the World Cup.

# premier-league - Monday 18 March, 2019

Van Dijk: Salah goals will come for Liverpool

The Reds defender has full faith out-of-sorts striker Mohamed Salah can hit form again this season.

Defiant Moyes 'wouldn’t do anything differently' if given Man United chance again

The Scot was charged with the task of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford, but lasted a matter of months in the role before being dismissed.

# premier-league - Sunday 17 March, 2019

'They're a five-a-side team' - Souness rips into wasteful Chelsea after Everton loss Game Of Astro This post contains videos

'They're a five-a-side team' - Souness rips into wasteful Chelsea after Everton loss

Maurizio Sarri’s side missed the chance to put pressure on the top four with a 2-0 defeat at Goodison Park.

Man City draw Brighton in FA Cup semi-finals as quadruple chase continues

The other semi-final sees Wolves face Watford.

As it happened: Fulham vs Liverpool, Premier League Title Race This post contains a poll

As it happened: Fulham vs Liverpool, Premier League

We bring you all of the minute-by-minute action as Liverpool attempt to go back to the top of the league.

Nuno delighted to take Wolves back to glory days

Wolves won the last of their four FA Cups in 1960 and Nuno Espirito Santo is honoured to be taking them back to Wembley for the semi-finals.

'It was a bit of a shock' - The teen sensation named in Mick McCarthy's first Ireland squad Dreams This post contains videos

'It was a bit of a shock' - The teen sensation named in Mick McCarthy's first Ireland squad

Bournemouth’s Mark Travers chats to The42 about a week to remember.

# premier-league - Saturday 16 March, 2019

'I don't like to win in that way. I am sorry': Guardiola on lack of VAR

The absence of technology cost Swansea dearly against City.

Controversial Aguero winner keeps City's quadruple hopes alive

Pep Guardiola’s men came from 2-0 down to beat Swansea and book their place in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Late Hernandez double dents Huddersfield's survival hopes

Meanwhile, Leicester City picked up another win under new manager, Brendan Rodgers.

Koscielny makes veiled dig at Wenger's approach as Arsenal become 'more intelligent' under Emery

The Gunners captain believes an improvement against top-six rivals under a new coaching regime can be credited to a different mindset.

# premier-league - Friday 15 March, 2019

'I find it strange' - Germany boss bristles at questions about axed Bayern Munich trio

Jerome Boateng, Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels have all been told their time with the 2014 World Cup winners is up.

As he turns 30, a look at Theo Walcott's weird and disappointing career

The Everton attacker has never quite fulfilled the promise that saw him randomly called up to the 2006 World Cup.

Solskjaer offers old friend Scholes invite after Oldham departure

The Manchester United caretaker manager has been texting his former team-mate after a short-lived managerial spell at his boyhood club.

# premier-league - Thursday 14 March, 2019

Birmingham and Arsenal charged over pitch invasions FA

Birmingham and Arsenal charged over pitch invasions

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish was punched by a Birmingham fan during Sunday’s ‘second city’ derby.

'I fully believe Liverpool can go all the way in this competition'

Jamie Carragher has backed Jurgen Klopp’s men to conquer Europe.

Man United could face Champions League fixture reversal, say Uefa

The Red Devils will have to alter their schedule if they are drawn at home in the same week as City.

Power ranking the 8 remaining Champions League teams

Man City, Barcelona and Juventus are among the favourites.

'Liverpool are back where they belong'

Sinking their fellow five-time European champions Bayern Munich puts the Reds firmly back among Europe’s elite, says Jurgen Klopp/

# premier-league - Wednesday 13 March, 2019

Brilliant Liverpool beat Bayern to secure Champions League last-8 spot

A Sadio Mane brace and a Virgil van Dijk header were enough for the Reds to progress in Germany.

Rio Ferdinand: 'Nervous' Liverpool playing with the handbrake on

The former England international believes that Jurgen Klopp’s side can win a trophy this season but they need to start playing with freedom again.

Guardiola saw Man City 'scared' during 7-0 mauling

The Catalan coach witnessed the most crushing of Champions League wins for his side.

# premier-league - Tuesday 12 March, 2019

Pochettino said 'you know what you are' to referee Mike Dean during heated row, report claims

The Spurs boss received a two-match ban for his conduct towards the match official after his side’s defeat to Burnley.

New deal means all Premier League games will be available to Sky TV customers from next season

233 games from three separate broadcasters will soon be available on the one platform.

FA investigating allegations of racism and bullying against former Newcastle coach Beardsley

The ex-Magpies striker left his role last week, but has repeatedly denied the claims.

'We have a problem' - Liverpool loanee Karius criticised by his Besiktas manager

Senol Gunes claims their loan move for the German ‘keeper ‘hasn’t worked out.’

# premier-league - Monday 11 March, 2019

Everton manager Silva charged with improper conduct over post-Newcastle antics

The Portuguese confronted referee Lee Mason after Saturday’s collapse at St James’ Park.

Zidane and 8 other big-name managers who could not stay away

The ex-France international was appointed Real Madrid boss for a second time today.

'Spineless, shameful': PSG stars face fury and abuse after Champions League exit

The French club invited 500 of their die-hard fans to witness a training session on Sunday.

Man City still teenagers in adult world of Champions League - Pep Guardiola

The manager has again cast doubt on the Premier League champions’ readiness to win the competition.

Birmingham City fan jailed for Jack Grealish attack

Paul Mitchell has been handed a 14-week prison sentence as a result of his actions.

# premier-league - Sunday 10 March, 2019

'No problem with confidence': Klopp hits out at supposed goalscoring crisis for Salah

The Egypt striker has only scored once in his last eight outings, but his manager sees no reason to make a meal of his lack of goals.

'We never put them under pressure': Solskjaer unhappy with slow start as United stumble

Man United’s 100 per cent away record under Solskjaer ended at Arsenal on Sunday.

As it happened: Arsenal vs Manchester United, Premier League Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Arsenal vs Manchester United, Premier League

We went minute-by-minute as Arsenal welcomed Man United to the Emirates.

Hazard snatches late point for Chelsea with 92nd-minute equaliser against Wolves

Lack of cutting edge costs Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

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