English Premier League

Wenger Wants to Stop Leicester Counter Attacking Play
Another potentially exiting Premier League encounter is set to occur this weekend  when Arsenal face up with current league leader, Leicester City. The Foxes' fine form have brought strong attention from Gunners' boss, Arsene Wenger, who is hoping that his players can nullify Leicester's counter attacking play.
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Hiddink Admits Top Four Finish is Difficult for Chelsea
Chelsea's results may shown some improvements under current caretaker boss, Guus Hiddink, but the Dutch tactician believes that finishing in top four is difficult for them. Following a 1-1 draw against Manchester United, Hiddink stated that although his side performed quite pleasing, but that result is not enough for them.
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Arsenal Boss, Wenger, Believes Title Race Is Still Wide Open
Slipping down into fourth place seat in current Premier League standings following their midweek result, Arsenal doesn't lose any confidence over their title shot this season. That believes is based on the statement from their manager, Arsene Wenger, who stated that the title challenge for this season remain wide open.
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Klopp Full of Praises for Leicester
Leicester's excellent performance in Premier League this season continue to receive praises with Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp adding that long list of admirers. Ahead of his team's midweek battle against Claudio Ranierie's men, Klopp sent out nothing but positive words for the current EPL table topper.
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Guardiola Confirmed as New Man City Boss Next Season
The rumors that have been swerving around in recent months regarding Pep Guardiola's future finally ends as the Spaniard is confirmed to become Manchester City boss starting from next season.
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John Terry Set to Depart Chelsea at the End of Season
Experiencing such a turmoil season, things isn't getting much rosier for Chelsea fans as they won't get to see their legendary skipper, John Terry, finishing his career at Stamford Bridge.
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Hiddink Believes Chelsea Are Not Gambling by Taking Pato
After being rather quiet in the early stages of January transfer window, Chelsea suddenly made a surprising move by signing Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato on loan for six months from Corinthians.
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Pellegrini Hopes Man City Remain Strong After De Bruyne Loss
Manchester City's success in reaching Capital One Cup final has its price as they must lose star player, Kevin De Bruyne for several weeks after a serious injury. That confirmation was stated by City's boss, Manuel Pellegrini, who admitted his concern and disappointment with De Bruyne's long term absence.
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Pato Set to Complete Chelsea Loan Move
Former AC Milan star, Alexandre Pato arrived in London as he is close to complete his six month loan move from with Premier League side, Chelsea. The Brazilian is being loaned from Corinthians as they are not keen on getting him back after previously loaning him for two years to Sao Paulo.
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Pellegrini Confident With Man City Capital One Cup Shot
Trailing 2-1 from Everton in the first meeting doesn't seem to give much concern for Manchester City boss, Manuel Pellegrini with his team's Capital One Cup chances. The tactician believes that his side have every chance in turning things around on their second leg match up this Wednesday at Etihad Stadium.
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Klopp Wants Special Anfield Atmosphere in Capital One Cup Battle
Leading 1-0 in the first leg of their Capital One Cup semifinal battle against Stoke, Liverpool are hoping to finish things off at Anfield. Knowing that it still won't be an easy battle, The Reds' boss, Jurgen Klopp is keen on seeing the fans at Anfield giving out that special atmosphere to help their team getting into the final.
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Van Gaal Disappointed With Man United Performance Against Southampton
Manchester United's good run in 2016 come to an end this weekend when they were beaten 1-0 by Southampton at Old Trafford. That defeat left a bitter taste for Man United's manager, Louis Van Gaal, who was disappointed with his team's performance on the game.
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Klopp Pleased With Liverpool’s Win Over Exeter
Liverpool can temporarily forget about their disappointing league defeat from Manchester United as on midweek they made it through into the next round of FA Cup after eliminating Exeter.
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Pochettino Plays Down Spurs’ Title Shot
Tottenham Hotspur continue to look competitive so far this season as they're on the pace in challenging for Premier League title. However, Spurs' manager, Mauricio Pochettino plays down any talks about his team's chances in winning the league, stating that it's still not time yet for him in thinking about it.
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Mahrez Taken Off from Leicester Penalty Duty
Riyad Mahrez's failure in converting an important spot kick during Leicester City's weekend league tie against Aston Villa ends up rather costly for him. Following that miss, Leicester's manager, Claudio Ranieri decided to temporarily take Mahrez off the spot kick duty until uncertain time length.
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Wenger Content With Arsenal’s Draw Against Stoke
Arsenal failed to extend their lead at the top of English Premier League standings after only grabbing one point on their weekend tie against Stoke City. Although it might not be considered as the best of result, but Gunners' boss, Arsene Wenger was quite please with the 0-0 draw score.
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