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Liverpools potential title clincher could be held at neutral ground due to police advice

[ad_1] 2The Premier League is considering staging up to six fixtures at neutral venues -- including Liverpool's potentially title-winning game at Everton next month -- on the advice of police chiefs.Plans were revealed on Thursday for the league to provisionally resume on June 17 but concerns have been raised by officers over the possibility of policing issues and crowd gatherings if certain matches are played in the conventional home-and-away format.-
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Is Man United in 1999 or Liverpool in 2005 the most epic?

[ad_1] They are the two most dramatic Champions League finals of the modern era: Manchester United's stoppage-time victory against Bayern Munich to seal the Treble in 1999 and the so-called "Miracle of Istanbul," when Liverpool overturned a 3-0 half-time deficit against AC Milan to win their fifth European Cup in 2005. One was achieved by a team -- United -- that recorded their club's finest hour; the other was a
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Premier League confirm six positive tests

[ad_1] The Premier League has confirmed on Tuesday there were six positives from three clubs for coronavirus after tests were carried out on 748 players and staff.On Monday, the league announced that clubs would be allowed to restart training in small groups within the next 24 hours with no date set for league fixtures to restart.- Stream new episodes of ESPN FC Monday-Friday on ESPN+- Stream every episode of 30
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Manchester United, Arsenal lead Prem heavyweight chase for Plea

[ad_1] 6:53 PM ETNick JuddTransfer writer The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer window uncertain, but here are the rumours floating around Europe's big leagues and beyond.TOP STORY: Spurs, Man United, Arsenal in hunt for PleaA number of English clubs are said to be queueing up for the signature of Borussia Monchengladbach striker Alassane Plea, Bild reports.2 RelatedThe German paper suggests that Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester City have
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Man United’s Jesse Lingard making most of lockdown with longtime friend Larnell Cole

[ad_1] 4:34 AM ETRob DawsonCorrespondent "I dread to think what I would be like on my own in lockdown," laughs Jesse Lingard as he sits down for an interview with ESPN.The Premier League has been suspended since March 13, 10 days before the UK was told to stay at home by the government to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. With Lingard's usual housemate, brother Louie, currently in Greece,
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Kane for Jovic and Bale; Pogba for Dybala; Sane for Alaba

[ad_1] As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact sport around the globe, the resulting financial crisis means there will be less money in the upcoming transfer window and clubs will have to get creative if they are looking to move players on, or bring in new arrivals.2 RelatedThe transfer rumour mill is still turning but, as Europe's top clubs have done in the past, it is unlikely that any of
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Bruno Fernandes leads Premier League signings of the season

[ad_1] 4:00 AM ETIan DarkeESPN.com writer CloseDarke, who called games for the network during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, is ESPN lead soccer voice in the United States. He has covered the Barclays Premier League and the Champions League since 1982, and has one of the world's most recognizable soccer voices.Who have been the signings of this extraordinary and surreal season in the Premier League? It is
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Man United post-Ferguson signings The good (Ibrahimovic), the bad (Falcao) and the ugly (Di Maria)

[ad_1] May 8 marks the seventh anniversary of the announcement of Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement as Manchester United manager, with the Scot vacating the stage having just won his 13th Premier League title at Old Trafford.In the seven years since Ferguson's departure, it has been a bumpy ride for England's biggest club. There have been no more league titles, but there have been four managers and plenty of new signings
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Balotelli at Liverpool, Veron at Man United, De Bruyne at Chelsea among top transfers we wish had worked

[ad_1] Top clubs don't always get transfers right, but which deals from history do we wish had worked out better than they did?10. Kevin De Bruyne at ChelseaDe Bruyne and then-Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will tell you different stories about what happened to the Belgian at Stamford Bridge in 2012-14. Either way, De Bruyne made only nine appearances for the Blues before being shipped out on loan and was eventually