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Solskjaer Q&A On playing style, transfers, catching Man City and Liverpool, player futures, more

[ad_1] PERTH, Australia -- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the man charged with turning around Manchester United's fortunes.Two weeks into his first preseason as manager -- and less than a month before the Premier League campaign kicks off against Chelsea at Old Trafford on Aug. 11 -- Solskjaer spoke to ESPN in a roundtable setting, which also included The Times, The Telegragh, The Sun, The Mail and The Mirror, at the
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What Man United, Liverpool, Barca, every top club in Europe must do this summer

[ad_1] 2:39 PM ETESPN staffThere are several weeks left in the 2019 summer transfer window, but all of Europe's top clubs have a lot of shopping and selling left to do before they can consider themselves ready for the new campaign.With that in mind, we asked ESPN FC's experts to canvass the big teams and get a sense of their to-do lists over the next two months. What's the biggest
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What Man United, Liverpool, Barca, every top club in Europe must do this summer

[ad_1] 11:29 AM ETESPN staffThere are several weeks left in the 2019 summer transfer window, but all of Europe's top clubs have a lot of shopping and selling left to do before they can consider themselves ready for the new campaign.With that in mind, we asked ESPN FC's experts to canvas the big teams and get a sense of their to-do lists over the next two months. What's the biggest
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how patience helped them become European champions

[ad_1] Towards the end of his seven-year stint as manager of Borussia Dortmund, Jürgen Klopp would often wonder "what if?"What if Nuri Sahin, Mario Gotze, Robert Lewandowski and Shinji Kagawa had remained on his team instead of being seduced away by Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Manchester United respectively? What if that supremely talented, young and cohesive team he constructed were able to develop together for a few more seasons?
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Liverpool the best option for De Ligt, but expect him to join PSG

[ad_1] Matthijs de Ligt has emerged as the hottest property in Europe during this summer's transfer window after captaining Ajax to the Champions League semifinals at just 19 years old. FC Exclusives The centre-back, who is also a regular in Ronald Koeman's Netherlands team, has been mainly tracked by Barcelona, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, with speculation also linking him to Juventus, Manchester City, Liverpool and Bayern Munich. De Ligt
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Utd v Chelsea tops opening games

[ad_1] Manchester United start their Premier League season against Chelsea following the full release of the fixture list for the 2019-20 season.- Full Premier League fixture list- When does the new Premier League season start?- Who qualifies for Europe from the Premier League?United ended last term sixth in a turbulent season that included Jose Mourinho's sacking in December. Successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer starts his first full season in charge with
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How Jordan Henderson became Liverpool’s leader culminating in Champions League glory

[ad_1] Jordan Henderson collapsed to his knees, exhausted and happy, before he sank to the turf completely."No one deserves this moment more than you," Adam Lallana ran over to tell his close friend as he lifted him to his feet, while tears fell from Jürgen Klopp's face as he embraced the 28-year-old, Liverpool's manager later saying: "Jordan Henderson is the captain of the 2019 Champions League winners. That is satisfying."Dejan
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from best goal to funniest meltdown

[ad_1] The 2018-19 Champions League came to an emotional end on Saturday night in Madrid as Liverpool outlasted Tottenham to win 2-0 and claim their sixth European Cup/Champions League title in the process. This season's edition was notable not just for ending with an all-Premier League final; Nick Miller recaps the most memorable highs and lows from a tournament with plenty of both.Best goalWinner: Ivan Rakitic, Barcelona vs. Tottenham, group
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Alisson and Van Dijk set the foundation for Liverpool to seal Champions League glory

[ad_1] Liverpool and Mohamed Salah laid to rest the ghosts of a year ago by seeing off Tottenham 2-0 to become champions of Europe for a sixth time. Salah converted a second-minute penalty and cult hero Divock Origi enhanced his unlikely place in Anfield folkore by coming off the bench to wrap things up late on.PositivesEuropean Champions!NegativesNone. Performances do not matter in finals, only results do.Manager rating out of 1010