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Timo Werner 'Prefers' Move to Liverpool With €60m Release Clause Confirmed   



Dejan Lovren Reveals Hilarious WhatsApp Exchange With Mohamed Salah Following Manchester United Win   



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   | Rashford targets rapid return to fitness   

Marcus Rashford is confident he will return to action for Manchester United before the end of the season after suffering a back injury.
   | United eyeing Milan striker Piatek   

Manchester United have been linked to AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek as the Premier League outfit look to bolster their attack this month.
   | Laporte surprised to be back in action for Man City   

Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte admits he has returned from his serious knee injury earlier than he expected.

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John Aldridge: 'Solskjaer must go and Pochettino needs to step in to stop Manchester United rot'   

Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher went at it on Sky Sports last Sunday as they discussed what should happen next to Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and I have to agree with Jamie.

'It's an embarrassment' - Rio Ferdinand identifies the culprits as Manchester United's slide continues   

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has admitted manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has failed to deliver on his promise after a bright start to his reign as the club's manager, as he suggested the club's 'shoddy' transfer market policy has been at the heart of their slide since Alex Ferguson's retirement as manager in 2013.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer concedes Manchester United fans have every right to feel disillusioned   

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United supporters had every right to feel “disillusioned” on a night when anti-Glazer chants provided the backdrop to an embarrassing home loss to Burnley.

Pep Guardiola: David Silva is among top-five players to play for Manchester City   

Pep Guardiola has no doubt David Silva belongs in the top five of Manchester City’s greatest players.

'It's not good enough' - Solskjaer reacts as Burnley brush aside Manchester United while fans turn on Glazers   

Jay Rodriguez’s stunning strike sealed Burnley’s first Old Trafford triumph since 1962 as Manchester United fans expressed their anger at the state of the club under the Glazer family.

Super agents have their say on futures of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba   

Manchester United target Bruno Fernandes will have left Sporting Lisbon by the summer while Paul Pogba may decide to exit Old Trafford, according to their agents.

Mendes expects Manchester United target Fernandes to leave Sporting Lisbon   

Manchester United target Bruno Fernandes will have left Sporting Lisbon by the summer while Paul Pogba may decide to exit Old Trafford, according to their agents.

John Aldridge: 'Liverpool's time is here at last, with the misery Manchester United are living through simply adding to the joy'   

It was a moment Liverpool fans have waited a long time to toast and when it arrived, they were not going to hold back.

Rashford confident of Manchester United return before end of season   

Marcus Rashford is confident of returning to action for Manchester United before the end of the season.

Man Utd and England striker Marcus Rashford targets rapid return to fitness   

Marcus Rashford is confident of returning to action for Manchester United before the end of the season.

Laporte delighted to help City following earlier-than-expected injury return   

Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte admits he has returned from his serious knee injury earlier than he expected.

'We are looking at different scenarios' - Ole calls for 'someone to step up' to fill Rashford void   

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has refused to rule out the prospect of Marcus Rashford missing the rest of the season as the Manchester United manager called on his embattled side to "step up" and stop the loss of his top goalscorer from derailing their season.

We missed Laporte a lot – Pep Guardiola welcomes return of key Man City defender   

Pep Guardiola welcomed the return of Aymeric Laporte after Manchester City edged a tough contest against Sheffield United 1-0 at Bramall Lane.

'It's good to have him back' - Pep Guardiola welcomes Aymeric Laporte's return as Manchester City beat Sheffield United   

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola saluted the return of Aymeric Laporte, as his key defender played a central role in their 1-0 win against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

Substitute Sergio Aguero gives Man City hard-fought victory over battling Blades   

Manchester City needed to call on Sergio Aguero to see off a spirited Sheffield United side 1-0 as Aymeric Laporte made his long-awaited return to action at Bramall Lane.

Manchester United aren’t a million miles away from sustained success – Dyche   

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has warned Manchester United there is no shortcut to sustained success, pointing out that Liverpool’s resurgence has taken place over several years.

'Now is not the time, Gary' - Solskjaer hits back at Neville and insists Man United are making strides forward   

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Gary Neville that now is not the time to discuss potential new signings .



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SEN Teaching Assistant in Trafford.   

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SEN Teaching Assistant Rochdale   

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1:1 Teaching Assistant (Special Needs)   

Randstad Education. Manchester, Bolton
About Our ClientAre you a Special Needs Teaching Assistant looking for a new challenge to progress your career in Education and Care, whilst working at a new and bespoke school?I...

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SEN Teaching Assistant in Salford.   

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Do you want to work in a specialist primary school with an experienced staff team who willsupport and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you...

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Learning Support Assistant in Bury Post 16   

Randstad Education. Manchester, Bury
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Special Educational Needs TA in Blackley.   

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Secondary School SEN Teacher in Blackley   

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We missed Laporte a lot – Pep Guardiola welcomes return of key Man City defender   

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Leeds United win race for Manchester City youngster?   

Leeds United are reportedly close to securing the signing of Manchester City winger Ian Poveda, who has also been attracting interest from Celtic and Torino.

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Substitute Aguero secures 3 points for Man City   


Sergio Aguero comes off the bench to score Manchester City's winner, after Gabriel Jesus misses from the spot. Source link

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Tottenham 'launch bid for Manchester United and Real Madrid target Boubakary Soumare'   


Tottenham ‘launch bid for Manchester United and Real Madrid target Boubakary Soumare’ as Lille starlet finds himself in transfer tug-of-war between Europe’s elite clubs Tottenham made an official bid for Boubakary Soumare, according to reports The Lille starlet attracted interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United However, Spurs have jumped the gun in the hope […]

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Man City zittert sich zum Sieg bei Aufsteiger Sheffield   

Der englische Fußballmeister Manchester City hat sich in der Premier League zu einem knappen Auswärtssieg gemüht.

Africa Cup switch to winter sends a chill through European leagues   

Tue, 2020-01-21 22:59

CAIRO: There is little doubt that the switch by the Africa Cup of Nations from summer to winter competition will have a big impact on European competitions, with those at the top of the Premier League perhaps most affected.

The confederation confirmed that from 2021 when Cameroon will play host, the tournament will revert back to being played in January and February.

The tournament was moved to a June-July slot for last year’s edition in Egypt, which meant minimal disruption to the European domestic season. But plenty of Premier League managers will be left with problems this time next year, with several stars likely to leave for up to six weeks, including pre-tournament preparations.

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp appears to face the biggest headache given that two of his star attacking players, Mohamed Salah from Egypt and Sadio Mane from Senegal, both featured in the African tournament last summer and are almost certain to be involved in the 2021 competition in some capacity.

High-profile African players playing in England include the Arsenal duo Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang of Gabon and Nicolas Pepe of Cote d’Ivoire, while Manchester City will lose Riyad Mahrez should Algeria feature.

Klopp is critical of the decision to move the tournament dates, calling it “a catastrophe.” Salah and Mane’s absence would leave huge gaps in the Liverpool side. There is also Cameroon’s Joel Matip and Guinea’s Naby Keita to worry about. Matip has become solid at the back. Keita, too, would be a loss given his recent resurgence.

The Liverpool manager is upset because last year’s tournament was moved to mid-year to end a long-standing clash between clubs and countries over the release of their players. It was felt that common sense had prevailed when the tournament, which since 1960 had always been held during winter, reverted to summer. African players in western European clubs would no longer find themselves the target of competing claims for their attention every other season, which would benefit the players and their clubs and countries, and lead to fewer squabbles.

But then Cameroon changed its mind about hosting the tournament in summer next year, changing the dates from June and July to between Jan. 6 and Feb. 6. Why? The weather. It’s simply too hot in Cameroon in summer.

Organizers said they had agreed to the change after discussions with player and coach representatives.

But didn’t Cameroon know beforehand that its summers are too hot, too humid and right in the middle of its rainy season? That the country does not enjoy ideal conditions for football in summer could not have taken its organizers by complete surprise.

The situation serves as a vivid reminder of the botch-up of the 2022 Qatar World Cup. The host and FIFA decided that the World Cup, which is forever played in summer, would be moved to winter because of Qatar’s oppressive heat — but that decision came only after Qatar won the bid. That change, again, will mean a head-on clash with international tournaments and club competitions.

A football tournament simply cannot keep changing when it will be held as often as people change their socks. This is especially true for the Africa Cup of Nations, which is played every two years.

A major sports tournament must have fixed times. And, to be sure, its organizers should understand that you can’t please everybody. A championship’s times are bound to clash with some tournament or other. The African tournament, for example, will avoid a clash with FIFA’s revamped 24-team Club World Cup to be played in China in June and July 2021. But it cannot but conflict with European leagues. The important thing is to stay the course. Once a date is picked, it should be stuck to like glue.

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Goals from Salah and van Dijk see Liverpool brush aside Man Utd   

Sun, 2020-01-19 18:38

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool stretched their commanding lead at the top of the Premier League to 16 points and advantage over Manchester United to 30 as goals from Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah earned a 2-0 win over their historic rivals at Anfield.
A 13th straight league win since the sides last met at Old Trafford in October continues Liverpool’s relentless run toward a first league title in 30 years, while United remain five points off the top four in fifth.
Liverpool also have a game in hand to come on closest challengers Manchester City and could have been more comfortable winners after seeing two first half goals ruled out and a host of clear chances go astray.
United are the only team to take Premier League points off the European champions this season, but it rarely looked like lightning would strike twice once the hosts went in front on 14 minutes.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s game plan was undone by a simple set-piece as Van Dijk rose highest to power home Trent Alexander-Arnold’s corner.
The Norwegian had set up with a back five, with Luke Shaw forced to deputise out of position as a third center-back, and only a great challenge from the former Southampton left-back denied Sadio Mane a certain second as he burst onto Roberto Firmino’s pass.
Jurgen Klopp’s men did have the ball in the net twice more before the break, but VAR and the offside flag came to United’s rescue to keep the score down.
Firstly, Firmino’s brilliant strike was ruled out as Van Dijk was penalized for an aerial challenge with David de Gea after a VAR review.
Georginio Wijnaldum then slotted past the Spaniard after a brilliant through ball from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but the Dutchman had strayed marginally offside.
Shorn of injured top scorer Marcus Rashford, United failed to even muster a shot in anger for the first 40 minutes until Anthony Martial pulled his effort wide of the near post.
However, they could easily have been level against the run of play moments later when Andreas Pereira could not stretch to turn home Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s ball across the face of the goal.
At the other end, De Gea had one more key intervention before the break as he saved with his feet from Mane’s driven effort.
United rode their luck even more at the start of the second half as Salah somehow skewed wide from point-blank range before Jordan Henderson smashed a shot off the post.
But Liverpool’s failure to put the game to bed could have cost them when Martial blazed over United’s best chance of the game after a well-worked one-two with Pereira just before the hour mark.
Just like in the 1-0 win at Tottenham last weekend Liverpool tired in the final 20 minutes, with Klopp forced to withdraw Mane and Firmino to bolster the midfield.
However, the hosts held out for a seventh consecutive clean sheet in all competitions and took another giant step toward the title as Salah secured the three points with virtually the last kick of the game.
The Egyptian was picked out by goalkeeper Alisson Becker and ran from inside his own half before slotting under De Gea.

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Fernandinho own-goal costs Manchester City more points   

Sun, 2020-01-19 04:13

LONDON: Pep Guardiola’s 49th birthday celebrations went flat as Fernandinho’s late own goal forced Manchester City to settle for a 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace, while Tottenham’s hopes of finishing in the top four were dented by a goalless draw at Watford on Saturday.

On a busy day of top-flight action, the pitch side VAR monitor was used in the Premier League for the first time at Norwich and Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw by Sheffield United.
It was the drama at the Etihad Stadium that took the spotlight as Fernandinho’s last-gasp blunder left Guardiola in no mood to party after City’s faint hopes of retaining the title suffered another hammer blow.
The champions trail Liverpool by 13 points ahead of the runaway leaders’ clash with rivals Manchester United on Sunday.
Palace won the corresponding fixture at the Etihad Stadium last season and the south Londoners took a shock lead in the 39th minute.
Cenk Tosun marked his first league start since his loan move from Everton with his maiden goal for the Eagles, the Turkish striker netting a close-range strike from Martin Kelly’s flick.
Sergio Aguero appeared to have turned the game on its head in the 82nd minute when the Argentine striker turned in Gabriel Jesus’ cross for his 250th goal in 360 games for the club.
Aguero put City ahead in the 87th minute with a typically predatory header from Benjamin Mendy’s cross. But there was a sting in the tale for Guardiola as Fernandinho turned Wilfried Zaha’s cross into his own net in the 90th minute to end second-placed City’s run of three successive league wins.
At Vicarage Road, Troy Deeney’s 70th-minute spot kick was saved by Paulo Gazzaniga before Tottenham’s Erik Lamela was denied a last-gasp winner by Ignacio Pussetto’s goal-line clearance.
With England captain Harry Kane sidelined after hamstring surgery, Tottenham have gone three league games without scoring.
Jose Mourinho’s side are without a win in four league matches since Dec. 26 and sit eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, who visit Newcastle in Saturday’s late game.
Toothless Tottenham thought they had stolen the points in stoppage time when Lamela flicked Serge Aurier’s cross toward the goal, but Watford’s new signing Pussetto cleared off the line, with goal line technology showing just 10.04mm of the ball had not gone over.
“I know it was only a couple of millimeters but goal line technology does not make mistakes like VAR. We have to accept it was not a goal,” Mourinho said.
Arsenal are 10 points adrift of the top four after the Blades continued their superb first season back in the Premier League.
Gabriel Martinelli broke the deadlock in first half stoppage time at the Emirates Stadium.
The 18-year-old Brazilian striker claimed his ninth goal of the season with a clinical finish from Bukayo Saka’s cross.
But Chris Wilder’s side snatched an 83rd-minute equalizer when John Fleck lashed home after Arsenal failed to clear.
Bottom of the table Norwich’s vital 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Bournemouth saw the pitch side monitor finally used to decide a red card call.
Norwich took the lead when Bournemouth defender Steve Cook was sent off after flinging himself across the goal to block Teemu Pukki’s shot with his hand.
Pukki fired home the resulting penalty in the 33rd minute, but the Canaries had to survive a tense finish after Ben Godfrey was sent off in the 76th minute.

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Liverpool’s long title wait a warning for Manchester United   

Sun, 2020-01-19 04:09

LIVERPOOL: Thirteen months on from the match that finally drew the curtain on Jose Mourinho’s time in charge of Manchester United, the Red Devils again find themselves living in Liverpool’s shadow ahead of their return to Anfield on Sunday.
A 3-1 defeat for Mourinho’s men last December that left United 19 points behind Liverpool at the top of the table was the final straw for the club’s decision-makers.
But over a year on, little progress has been made under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Defeat on Sunday will see the gulf between the teams grow to 30 points with Liverpool also having a game in hand to come over fifth-placed United.
As a player, Solskjaer was used to having the upper hand in the rivalry between English football’s two most successful sides.
The Norwegian won six Premier League titles in the Alex Ferguson era as the pugnacious Scot delivered on his promise to knock Liverpool off their perch.
Ferguson won 13 league titles in total, but the first of which in 1992/93 ended a 26-year drought for United.
At that time, few would have believed that Liverpool, English football’s dominant force in the 70s and 80s, would go at least 30 years without winning the league.
That three-decade wait looks certain to come to an end this season with Jurgen Klopp’s men 14 points clear at the top of the table, but Liverpool’s long route back to the top is a warning for United of what could lie ahead if they do not move fast to arrest their slide. “We are working hard to make sure that doesn’t happen. Let that be a lesson for us,”
said Solskjaer.
“We can’t let ourselves go another 24 years till we win the league and I’m sure won’t because I believe in this club. We started the rebuild now that I believe is going to take a little bit of time, but we’ll get there.”
The problem for United is Solskjaer’s rebuild is just the latest of many that have so far failed since Ferguson retired in 2013.
United are now onto their fourth permanent manager in that time and are now pursuing a policy of signing young, emerging talents after being burned on splashing big money on players past their prime like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexis Sanchez and Bastian Schweinsteiger in recent times.
Liverpool have spent far less in the transfer market of late, but it is the right structure in place above the German allied to Klopp’s ability to inspire and improve players that has made the Reds Champions League winners and English champions in waiting.


A 3-1 defeat for Jose Mourinho’s men last December that left Manchester United 19 points behind Liverpool at the top of the table was the final straw for the club’s decision-makers.

“Klopp has moved Liverpool so far ahead because rather than buy a team of superstars, he has made a team of superstars,” former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher wrote in The Telegraph this week.
“What Klopp is achieving at Anfield is more a triumph of coaching and management, aided by skilled recruitment, than the flexing of financial muscle.”
Liverpool are unbeaten in the league in over a year and have taken 104 points from their last 38 games compared to United’s 59.
Klopp’s galvanizing effect shows the difference having one of the world’s top managers can make, and one is now on the market should United decide to change course again.
Mauricio Pochettino was United’s primary target when Mourinho was sacked just over a year ago, but the Argentine was contracted to Tottenham at the time.
Solskjaer needs a strong end to the season if he is to be given another campaign to right the United ship.
And there would be no better way for him to prove that progress is being made under his watch than ending Liverpool’s unbeaten run at Anfield in the Premier League stretching back to April 2017.

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Bernie Sanders founded Our Revolution violates campaign finance law, experts say   


MANCHESTER, N.H. — Bernie Sanders said Sunday that outside political groups that can raise and spend unlimited sums backing candidates for public office should be abolished – including those supporting his own bid for the White House.

But the Vermont senator stopped short of directly calling on Our Revolution, a ...


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Manchester City - Fulham   

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Manchester City - Real Madrid Package   

Date: Tuesday 17 March 2020Start: 8:00 PMStadium: Etihad StadiumTown: Manchester

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