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And Allardyce knows bids could soon be lodged for the England global, who was said to have pulled out of an August move to Chelsea during his medical with the Premier League champions. Barkley returned to training with Everton just before Christmas, so he won't be completely out of shape when he turns up at Cobham, though presumably he'll take some time to get up to speed with Conte's fitness regime, training methods, and tactical ideas.
  • Shane Long finally ends goal drought but Crystal Palace take the points

    Shane Long finally ends goal drought but Crystal Palace take the points

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    It is Southampton's longest unbeaten home run against another Premier League side. Manuel Pellegrino's side stuttered after the break as a reinvigorated Palace fought their way back into the game and started winning second balls, but neither side showed great enough quality to capitalise on loose play for some time.
  • West Ham have three bids rejected as they look to bolster squad

    West Ham have three bids rejected as they look to bolster squad

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    Now he is already at it with West Brom . Having claimed hard-earned points against Arsenal and Everton in their two most recent fixtures, West Brom are likely to provide another hard test for a team that has struggled in matches against the less high profile opponents.
  • Jack Del Rio Firing Likely Paves the Way for Jon Gruden

    Jack Del Rio Firing Likely Paves the Way for Jon Gruden

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    Get the app and get the game. Yet, following Oakland's 6-10 finish, including an very bad regression on offense, owner Mark Davis apparently will go all in to pursue Gruden with his team just two years away from moving to Las Vegas .
  • Maria Sharapova Shines in Shenzhen Debut

    Maria Sharapova Shines in Shenzhen Debut

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    It took Sharapova an hour and 22 minutes to dispatch Buzarnescu 6-3, 6-0 to get a flawless start to the New Year. Sharapova did not let the momentum slip in the deciding set, winning the final four games of the match to prevail in two hours and 22 minutes.
  • Not Only Dependent On Us - Arsene Wenger Comments On Arsenal's Transfer Plans

    Not Only Dependent On Us - Arsene Wenger Comments On Arsenal's Transfer Plans

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    While the Champions may have given up on catching Manchester City they will definitely not go quietly and I expect the blues to put together a good run in the coming months. The 24-year-old - a free transfer signing from Schalke in the summer - had just been recalled to the first XI when he was hit with an ankle injury against West Brom on New Year's Eve.
  • Crystal Palace boss Hodgson 'very proud' after Man City stalemate

    Crystal Palace boss Hodgson 'very proud' after Man City stalemate

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    Both teams were forced into making early chances after Scott Dann and Gabriel Jesus picked up injuries, while Jason Puncheon and Kevin De Bruyne were stretchered off late on. Palace had meant to pursue a goalkeeper, midfielder and centre-forward - their England Under-21s forward, Connor Wickham, has not played since November 2016 after suffering his own cruciate knee ligament injury and remains some way off full fitness - during the mid-winter transfer window but may now reassess their ...
  • Four NFL Head Coaches Have Now Been Fired Since Sunday Afternoon

    Four NFL Head Coaches Have Now Been Fired Since Sunday Afternoon

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    Of course, there still may be more head coaching openings once the offseason begins. If nothing else, he's still a top-notch defensive coordinator that teams will covet. The 2017 National Football League coaches fired included Jack Del Rio ( Oakland Raiders ), Chuck Pagano (Indianapolis Colts ), Jim Caldwell (Detroit Lions ), and John Fox ( Chicago Bears ).
  • Garbine Muguruza retires injured during Brisbane International second round game

    Garbine Muguruza retires injured during Brisbane International second round game

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    The Danish two-time US Open finalist claimed a 6-3 6-0 win against her American opponent in just under an hour to set up a second-round tie with Petra Martic of Croatia in Auckland. And then I had a lot of part of my body cramping. "I don't know, but it's rare for me", Muguruza told reporters. "I felt it was a good level, a good match, but I wanted to finish to see, to evaluate how the match was, but I'm happy with the way I was playing".
  • This is how Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma celebrated New Year

    This is how Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma celebrated New Year

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    The couple was also recently spotted doing shopping. Post their marriage the couple had went for a honeymoon in Rome and Finland. We are truly blessed to share the news with you.This lovely day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well-wishers.
  • Six murders in two hours in Haryana

    Six murders in two hours in Haryana

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    The statement added that soon after the dead bodies were found, the police launched a manhunt to find the accused. Police said that the killing spree began at a private hospital, where Dhankhad allegedly attacked one of the attendants and the killing was recorded on a closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera in the area.
  • 'Nobody knows what will happen' - Wenger on Sanchez

    'Nobody knows what will happen' - Wenger on Sanchez

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    However, City boss Pep Guardiola believes Sanchez will remain at Arsenal until at least the end of the season. Henry has a point, but Wenger is clearly sick and exhausted of analysing every little thing about Sanchez, and who can blame him.
  • Roger Federer defeats Karen Khachanov in Hopman Cup match

    Roger Federer defeats Karen Khachanov in Hopman Cup match

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    It also gave Switzerland the lead in their Group B tie against the Japanese, before Belinda Bencic sealed the tie for the Swiss with a straight-sets win over Naomi Osaka. "I think all those question marks aren't really there this time around, which is a nice thing", Federer said after his 6-4, 6-3 win over Sugita, via The Herald Sun .
  • Mourinho takes swipe at Scholes over Pogba criticism

    Mourinho takes swipe at Scholes over Pogba criticism

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    Paul Scholes has blasted the players and the coach from head to toe! Liverpool's late, late 2-1 win at Burnley has brought them level on points with Manchester United but they trail on goal difference so remain fourth. Manchester United: De Gea; Darmian, Shaw, Lindelof, Jones; Pogba, Matic; Lingard, Mata, Martial; Rashford. They may be unable to catch Manchester City at the top before the end of the current campaign, however with Pogba still at the club in the seasons to come he ...
  • Leon Goretzka hasn't ruled out Liverpool transfer

    Leon Goretzka hasn't ruled out Liverpool transfer

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    He said: "I'm hearing today that Goretzka will join Bayern Munich and the move will be announced in the New Year". Could Leon Goretzka be leaving Schalke for Liverpool this summer? SportBild in Germany are reporting that the 22-year-old will put pen to paper on a contract at the Allianz Arena in January ahead of a summer move to the Bundesliga champions.
  • Indian, Pakistani NSAs met in Thailand on December 27

    Indian, Pakistani NSAs met in Thailand on December 27

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    Malik recalled his meetings with his mother in the jails saying, "It recalled me of my old mother's ordeal, who not once but many a times, in the same manner, after her repeated pleadings to jail authorities, was denied a chance to hug me, her only son, at many Indian jails especially at Tihar".
  • Gabriel Jesus offers positive update on knee injury

    Gabriel Jesus offers positive update on knee injury

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    Jesus quickly came out on social media to calm fears of a lengthy absence, saying that the injury was "small" and that it would not require surgery. City are looking to extend their unbeaten Premier League run to 22 matches and another worry for Watford will be the stat that their opponents have never failed to score in back-to-back league games under Pep Guardiola.