Kyle Walker faces an uncertain future at Tottenham Hotspur, reports The Telegraph. The England right-back will decide his future after talks with Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino at the end of the season. The speedy full-back has impressed this season and has garnered many admirers, in the Premier League and across Europe.   Serious interest There 

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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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Leicester City gave a valiant performance on Wednesday night but it wasn’t enough to dispose of Simeone’s men, losing 2-1 on aggregate. This marks another year in which English teams have struggled to pose a serious threat to the bigger clubs of Europe. Man City and Arsenal both failed to reach the quarterfinals, with Monaco 

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Another tremendous infographic provided by the good folks at Clubline Football. What if one of the most popular leagues in the world gets ‘Americanized’? Just imagine….. Like O-Posts on Facebook You can also follow O-Posts on Twitter @OPosts

You have to go all the way back to May 2012 to find the last English winner of the Champions League when Didier Drogba’s decisive penalty shoot-out strike handed Roman Abramovich the trophy he most desired. Since then a team from the Premier League hasn’t really come close despite Chelsea and Manchester City both reaching 

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The Premier League title may have narrowly escaped Tottenham Hotspur’s grasp for two successive seasons provided Antonio Conte’s Chelsea avoid any major slip-ups, yet the North London club are just one good transfer window away from being title favourites next term. It is no coincidence that Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs are widely seen as the best 

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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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Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois – Yes, a keeper on the losing side. But think about it. The lad has had nothing to do since White Hart Lane, but he still did well to keep the score down to two when Palace came along with their good performance. His name may be hard to spell (I wonder if 

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