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Man City’s road to the quadruple is clear, but do they have the energy to complete a historic season?

[ad_1] Manchester City are chasing history. Their trip to Craven Cottage to face Fulham on March 30 marks the first of a potential 15 games in 64 days that could end with Pep Guardiola and his players becoming football immortals.No English club has ever achieved a clean sweep of every competition they have entered in a season. Manchester United famously won the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in
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Champions League still belongs to Ronaldo and Messi despite Premier League’s strong showing

[ad_1] So, English football is back, capped by Liverpool's victory in Munich on Wednesday night, but is the Premier League ready, once again, to dominate the Champions League? With four English clubs reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, we may be on the cusp of a new period of European domination by the richest league in the world. Just don't expect that to begin without
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Premier League’s Champions League dominance is a good omen for Man United

[ad_1] With Liverpool's win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday, the Champions League was left powerless to resist as a brand new era of total Premier League dominance was ushered in.For the first time in a decade, there will be four clubs from the same country in the draw for the last eight of UEFA's flagship continental tournament. On all three occasions this feat has been achieved, it has been by
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Unai Emery’s gamble sees Arsenal beat Man United, take control of top-four hopes

[ad_1] LONDON -- Unai Emery has largely slipped under the radar during his first season as Arsenal manager. The pressure has been on simply because he replaced the legendary figure of Arsene Wenger, but in comparison to his direct rivals, the former Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain coach has had to fight to be noticed.He has not been showered with the praise so often lavished on Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham and
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Arsenal, Man United battle European hangovers; Liverpool need Shaqiri

[ad_1] W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League action by highlighting its most compelling storylines ...Man United and Arsenal nursing different hangoversArsenal and Manchester United are both dealing with European hangovers of a different nature. Arsenal will have a day fewer to prepare after a 3-1 loss to Rennes in the Europa League, but it's the Manchester United players who will probably be more exhausted ahead of their game on Sunday.
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Aguero, Van Dijk headline Premier League Player of the Year candidates

[ad_1] We are approaching the business end of the season, when titles are won or lost and the Champions League reaches its decisive stage.It is also the point of the campaign when the top individual performers can elevate themselves above the rest to become the front-runners for the top individual awards.So as the 2018-19 season enters the final straight, who are the leading candidates to be named Premier League Player
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The hater’s guide to soccer rivalries

[ad_1] Every sport has great rivalries. In fact, they form the beating heart of sports: Without an enemy, how can you have heroes?The months of March and April see a string of the biggest rivalries in club soccer across the best leagues in Europe and North America, with every weekend packed full of grudge matches. And with these contests, there's no sitting on the fence: you must pick a side.Here's
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Man City to edge title? Man Utd to finish fourth?

[ad_1] Can Golden Boot front-runner Sergio Aguero and Man City catch Liverpool and win their fourth Premier League title this decade? Photo by Simon Stacpoole/Offside/Getty ImagesWith 10 games to go, what can we expect from the remainder of the Premier League season? Here's our prediction for how the campaign will pan out between now and May.Who will win the league?It's a bit of a shame because it would be at least
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Ranieri leaves Fulham with club 10 points from safety Parker takes over

[ad_1] Claudio Ranieri has left Fulham following the 2-0 defeat to Southampton on Wednesday which sees them 10 points from safety with 10 games remaining, with Scott Parker named as caretaker manager.Ranieri replaced Slavisa Jokanovic as manager in November, but earned only three wins from 16 league matches, with 10 defeats. ESPN+ is America's home for a host of professional soccer leagues from around the world, highlighted by Italy's Serie
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Firmino, Fernandinho injuries force Liverpool, Man City to make tweaks in midst of title race

[ad_1] During Manchester United and Liverpool's dull goalless draw on Sunday afternoon, it was unquestionably Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side who were affected more damagingly by injuries, with three players limping off before half-time. In comparison, Liverpool lost only Roberto Firmino, who was seen departing Old Trafford on crutches.In a wider context, though, it's the Firmino injury that carries more weight. The 0-0 draw might have been a disappointing result for