For the big six in English football, finishing top four in the Premier League is the same as surviving relegation. Without Champions League football, clubs suddenly panic, as there is the likelihood of having to sell off their stars, falling behind in the transfer window, and losing out on financial resources. This past season, Chelsea, 

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Juventus have been arguably the outstanding team in this year’s UEFA Champions League. Having come through their Champions League group stage finishing on top and undefeated, they eliminated Porto in the last sixteen, Barcelona in the quarterfinals, and Monaco in the semi finals and only conceded one goal in the process.   Excelling at the 

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Monday evening will see Reading and Huddersfield battle it out at Wembley for the chance to reach the dizzying heights of Premier League football, and it would be fair to say that neither were favourites to be in this position at the start of the season. Indeed, most would’ve been more likely at the start 

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Founded in 1871, the FA Cup is known for moments of brilliance, upsets, and traditions in English football. 736 clubs participated in this year’s competition and two remain standing waiting to take on each other in the final this upcoming Saturday at Wembley Stadium. Arsenal vs Chelsea: Two rich clubs. Two iconic clubs. Two London 

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The clash of titans between Manchester United and Ajax Amsterdam at the Friends Arena in Stockholm will close this year‘s Europa League. Two great names of the European football – in one corner is Manchester United, three-time European Champions, and in the other, Ajax Amsterdam – the European champions on four occasions. Ajax has all 

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Wednesday, May 24th 2017 is Manchester United’s first European final since the 2011 Champions league final. It could be historic as it’s the sole European trophy that the Red Devils have yet to win. But it’s much more than that. The victors in this game not only win a trophy and the Europa League title, 

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After Chelsea wrapped up their second title in three years and Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City’s relegations were confirmed with games to spare, all the drama will be surrounding Champions League qualification on the final day of the season. Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal will fight it out to the end to decide who will 

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As the season is coming to an end on this Sunday, three teams are still chasing the two top-four spots; Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal – three giants who all set the Champions League qualification as minimum expectations at the start of the season. The stake is enormous – the global prestige and extra spending 

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While the battle for the Premier League title looks like it will be won by Chelsea, there is still much to play for at both ends of the table. Top-four spots are up for grabs and, following their loss to the Blues, Manchester City will look to bounce back against Hull City at the Etihad. 

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England vs. Spain, Wembley, 20.00 kick off (ITV) It’s the final game of Gareth Southgate’s interim reign. Assuming he doesn’t make a complete hash of this game, he will probably be England’s next permanent manager. Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s game.   History England first faced Spain in 1929, which the Spaniards 

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Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night for their third-round English Football League Cup fixture as they look to capitalise on the momentum they have built in the wake of being undefeated in five consecutive games. Although the mood around the Emirates Stadium camp is not so upbeat as it should be given their 

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After the absolute roller-coaster that has been the season of 15/16, the first week of Premier League is quickly approaching and it already looks very promising. The vice-champions Arsenal are going to face Klopp‘s determined squad, and we can only hope the match will be half as stunning as the Gunners’ last year’s debut horror. 

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As we draw ever closer to the start of the new 2016-17 Premier League season, now is the perfect time to take a look at the title and relegation odds. With the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all boasting new managers this season, the upcoming Premier League campaign promises to be one 

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England vs Wales: ‘The Battle of Britain’. That’s what some pundits and fans are saying about this Group B fixture England and Wales. Two countries who share a dislike in one another. This is an international derby. England head into Thursday’s game deflated, as Russia snatched a very late equaliser. Despite England’s brilliant first-half display and 

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Straight to the point: Arsenal is considered one of the strong favourites to win the Premiership title this year, which suffered a slight defeat after a heavy defeat against Southampton at St. Marys on Boxing Day missed out on the top position in the process. The defence looked awful with Koscielny and Mertesacker costing Arsenal 

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  Manager  Perhaps most famous for his disastrous stint in charge of the England national team, Steve McClaren takes over from the departed Alan Pardew at St James’ Park. McClaren is an experienced manager, having enjoyed success at both Middlesbrough and FC Twente in the past, winning a league title with the Dutch club in 

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Manager A shrewd, experienced and highly decorated manager, Dick Advocaat etched his name into Sunderland folklore last season as he steered the club to English Premier League safety in the season’s penultimate game. The Dutchman was appointed on a temporary basis, replacing the sacked Guys Poyet and coaxing a series of determined, disciplined team performances 

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