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Premier League - Winger Adnan Januzaj limps out of United reserve match
Belgium winger Adnan Januzaj sustained what looked like a hamstring injury while playing for Manchester United under-21s against Norwich City.
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Championship - Derby sack head coach Paul Clement
Derby Country have sacked head coach Paul Clement after a poor run of results.
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Tuesday's gossip column
Man Utd open Mauricio Pochettino talks, Mario Balotelli heading back to Liverpool, Gary Rowett in Derby frame, plus more.
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Soccer-Winger Januzaj limps out of Man Utd reserves match
Feb 9 (Reuters) - Belgium winger Adnan Januzaj sustained what looked like a hamstring injury while playing for Manchester United under-21s against Norwich City on Monday, the club's website (www.manutd.com) has reported. The 21-year-old "appeared to be holding his hamstring" when he pulled up in the first half of United's 7-0 victory at Old Trafford and was substituted soon afterwards. Januzaj has struggled to break into the first-team under Louis van Gaal and recently returned from a loan spell with Borussia Dortmund, where he failed to score for the German side in 12 appearances. ...
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Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
TV blackout for Scottish Cup replays, SFA president embarrassed by cup draw, Leigh Griffiths abuse...
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Soccer-Klopp wants Liverpool to find solution to ticket price row
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has urged the Liverpool board to find a satisfactory solution with the supporters after concerns were raised about the club's ticket pricing structure at Anfield next season. Around 10,000 fans headed for the exits at Anfield during Saturday's 2-2 Premier League draw with Sunderland, in protest against the highest priced 77 pounds (about $111) ticket for next season. Klopp denied the fans' walkout on Saturday affected his players on the pitch, as Liverpool let three points slip from their grasp after throwing away their two-goal lead in the final 10 minutes of the game.
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VIDEO: Is Premier League fearful of China?
Premier League managers give their opinion on whether China's transfer spending is the start of a new footballing superpower.
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Soccer-Confident Arsenal hopes to stifle Leicester charge
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey hopes the North London can choke Leicester City's unexpected Premier League title charge after picking up their first win in five matches in Sunday's 2-0 win over Bournemouth. Arsene Wenger's men, who are third in the table after 25 games, host the table-topping Foxes on Sunday seeking to reduce the gap between the two sides to two points. Arsenal were tipped to win their fourth league title under Wenger when they started 2016 on top of the league, however, they went off the boil in January, winning just one of their four league games that month.
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Is it Kelechi’s time to shine?
With Aguero’s constant injuries and Bony’s less than stellar form, many Manchester City fans have been pushing strongly for Kelechi Iheanacho to play a bigger role in the club. The club does look like it is slowly entrusting Iheanacho.
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Former India internationals galore in Kolkata Derby between veterans
The Maidan will be shrouded by nostalgia as the stars of its glory days return to action.
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Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager... Sportsmail addresses the pros and cons
Talk of Jose Mourinho finally ending up as Manchester United manager this summer continues apace. Sportsmail looks at the pros and cons of his potential appointment.
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Jamie Carragher: Premier League clubs have a duty to look after supporters... it wasn't nice walking out at Anfield, but fans need to make a stand
Sportsmail columnist JAMIE CARRAGHER has made a passionate plea for cheaper tickets for Premier League football fans and explained why he joined the Anfield walk-out on Saturday.
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Raheem Sterling a neighbour of Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester City star moves into £3.5m Cheshire mansion nearby rivals Manchester United's legendary manager
Friendly Manchester rivalry is set for the streets of Cheshire after Raheem Sterling netted a £3.5million mansion close to Sir Alex Ferguson's.
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Manchester United winger Memphis Depay sets up three goals for U21 side against Norwich as Will Keane scores FIVE in 7-0 victory
The match against Norwich came just over 24 hours after the Dutch winger cost United crucial Premier League points at Chelsea and Van Gaal was a keen watcher in the stands at Old Trafford.
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Will Keane impresses Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal with five goals including a stunning chip against Norwich
Manchester United may be struggling for goals and attacking fluency at first-team level, but in the Under 21 side Will Keane might be showing Louis van Gaal what he has been missing.
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Paolo Di Canio makes second application to become Rotherham manager
Former Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio has made a second bid to become Rotherham's new manager. Di Canio has been without a club since leaving the Black Cats in September 2013.
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Ronaldo Zinedin earns Mexico youth call
The namesake of two of soccer's biggest stars is beginning to make a name for himself in the Mexico youth ranks.
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists the club is listening to supporters
Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool’s owners have read ‘the sign’ that fans gave them and are committed to finding a solution to the ticket price furore.
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January just the ticket for Southampton
When the January transfer window opened, Ronald Koeman declared that he was in the market for just one player and that none of the Dutchman’s first team players would be leaving the club. Fast-forward to February and the Saints boss’ word has proven to be the truth. Victor Wanyama and Sadio Mané - both of whom were subject to speculation - have remained at the club without any notable uproar.
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Everton No 1 Tim Howard in line for MLS return with Colorado Rapids in summer
The 36-year-old has been identified by MLS side Colorado Rapids as the man they want to be their new No 1, and believe Everton would let him have a free transfer as a reward for his long service.
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Soccer-Derrick, Montagliani launch bids to lead CONCACAF
* Derrick, Montagliani to run for vacant post * Join Rodriguez, Mussenden as candidates (Adds Montagliani comments, details) By Simon Evans MIAMI, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Caribbean Football Union president Gordon Derrick and Canadian Soccer Association president Victor Montagliani announced on Monday they will stand as candidates for the presidency of the troubled CONCACAF regional confederation. CONCACAF, which governs soccer in North and Central America and the Caribbean, has had its last three presidents all indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) as part of the wide-ranging investigation of world governing body FIFA.
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Manchester United share price drops to lowest level since 2012
Manchester United's hopes of finishing in the top four took a blow on Sunday when Diego Costa equalised in stoppage time to snatch a point for the Blues against Van Gaal's men.
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Everton edge towards £200m takeover
Everton are moving closer to a £200m takeover after talks with an American consortium led by John Jay Moores and Charles Noell.
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Valencia: a poisoned chalice for Gary Neville?
Pride, self-belief and a superb football pedigree meant that Gary Neville was never going to turn down the opportunity to switch from astute, highly-respected, football pundit to coach of one of Spain’s most historical and prestigious football clubs. It still is a brave, extraordinary and fascinating decision by Peter Lim. Maybe it was always also a poisoned chalice.
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Gary Neville's rollercoaster
A beleaguered, Gary Neville who has enjoyed a lifetime of success as a player now finds himself enduring the flip side of the game in his first taste of club management. He may well have ‘fluffed his lines’ on more than one occasion since he arrived in Valencia and it’s very unlikely that he will be the star of the show next season, but for the time being he is still the man in charge and far from being the only culpable person in what has been a sorry scenario lately. Peter Lim is also being cast as the ‘pantomime...
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