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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At times this season, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has seemed a tad unapproachable media-wise. The Spaniard has been seen as arrogant by many journalists and, watching some of his interviews, it isn’t hard to see why. Recently, after it was confirmed City would go the season trophyless, Guardiola’s response was essentially to say ‘it’s 

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If the age-old adage ‘patience pays’ can be used with reference to a football player  then that would perfectly describe Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the Borussia Dortmund forward or winger. The French-born Gabonese endured a lot of ‘footballing pain’ to be where he is right now. Christened after his father, Aubameyang has risen through the football ranks to 

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What have you been taking Manchester City? You slay that strategy on Crystal Palace! Playing with someone you subconsciously believe dominates, One knock down, becomes the comfort zone or the safe place. The fear on Crystal, quite visible, couldn’t cover what needed to be covered. The smile on Guardiola vibes, “slay boys this is a 

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Manchester United have joined the hunt for Fulham’s wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon, according to The Mirror. The Red Devils have joined a long queue, however, as Premier League rivals vie for the left-back tipped to be the next Gareth Bale. The Englishman has established himself as a first team player at Fulham and made the recent 

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Change can have a very negative impact on anything, but it is necessary for improvement. Pep Guardiola has come under harsh scrutiny in his first season in the Premier League, and I cannot for the life of me understand why. A lot of the criticism thrown his way is because of his footballing philosophy, and 

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Manchester United capped off what has been a brisk and busy eight days with an assured 2-0 win over Burnley on Sunday. Having already played two incredibly demanding encounters against Chelsea and Anderlecht in the same week, Jose Mourinho took a tentative approach in his team selection: making eight changes to the team that featured 

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Manchester United have come through a tricky week with three wins out of three. Jose Mourinho’s men have displayed a mental strength, a resolve and a fight that the Portuguese has yearned for all season. Ander Herrera is, in many ways, symbolic of United’s new-found psychological vigour. Energetic, determined and relentless, he crystallises what Mourinho 

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The PFA Premier League Team of the Year was released this Thursday morning and it’s pretty fair and reasonable, which means it’s time to overhaul it and come up with a complete alternative. (Prem League TOTY: https://twitter.com/PFA/status/854967818630156290/photo/1 ) Eight of the XI consists of Chelsea and Tottenham players unsurprisingly, while the remaining three are the 

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