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Hughton plays down crisis talk at Brighton despite slump in form

Brighton boss Chris Hughton looked at his side’s alarming dip in form and insisted: “Crisis, what crisis?” The newly-promoted Seagulls are without a win in six matches and have slipped to 13th place, three points above the Premier League relegation zone. They have picked up just two points from a possible 18 and not scored a goal from open play ...

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Aurier, Sissoko and Son reflect on Brighton win

The right-back, signed in the summer from Paris Saint-Germain, benefitted from a slice of luck as his first-half cross sailed all the way in at the back post to set us on the way to a 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion at Wembley. Heung-Min Son completed the victory with his fourth goal in as many games. Serge is ...

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Guardiola envisages an even more polished Manchester City

Pep Guardiola has promised Manchester City will keep on improving after setting a new Premier League record for consecutive wins. City chalked up a 15th successive victory on Wednesday night as bottom club Swansea were swept aside 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium. They remain 11 points clear at the top and Guardiola insisted ahead of Saturday’s visit from Tottenham that ...

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Ryan Shawcross rallies around under-pressure Stoke boss Mark Hughes

Captain Ryan Shawcross insists Stoke’s players still believe in manager Mark Hughes. The Welshman is under pressure with the Potters having made their worst start to a Premier League season, taking only 16 points from 17 games. Hughes has been manager of Stoke since May 2013 and oversaw three successive ninth-placed finishes, the club’s best since the 1970s, in his ...

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Mauricio Pochettino believes Spurs can beat Manchester City in weekend showdown

Mauricio Pochettino insists containing Manchester City will not be on his mind on Saturday as he believes Tottenham can beat the Premier League’s unbeaten leaders. Spurs climbed back into the top four on Wednesday after grinding out a 2-0 win over Brighton and now they turn their attention to this weekend’s crunch visit to the Etihad Stadium. City’s 4-0 win ...

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Can anyone end Manchester City's record winning streak?

The construction of Manchester City into a football superpower has taken a little short of a decade. The Abu Dhabi takeover in 2008 endowed the club with the funds to sign some of the game’s most attractive talent. But it wasn’t until the arrival of Pep Guardiola that City turned into a team that could entertain the masses, teach a ...

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Spurs Ladies player Eartha Pond shortlisted for Global Teacher Prize

A physical education and sports teacher from The Crest Academy, Neasden, where she is also Assistant Vice-Principal, Eartha has made it into the final 50 from over 30,000 applicants from 173 countries worldwide. The shortlist of 50 will be narrowed down to 10 by the Prize Committee and announced in February, 2018. The winner will be named from that final ...

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Youngsters react to FA Youth Cup win over Preston

Goals from Paris Maghoma and Phoenix Patterson were added to by Rodel Richards’ second hat-trick in 11 days as we saw off a determined Preston side in the third round at the Training Centre. Understandably thrilled with the victory, the players were keeping their feet firmly on the ground after the match. Here’s what some of the youngsters involved had ...

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Conte says comments writing off Chelsea's title defence were dose of realism

Antonio Conte maintained honesty is the best policy after standing by his assertion that Chelsea are out of the Premier League title race. The reigning champions’ boss had declared at the weekend that his third-placed Blues side were no longer in the running, with runaway leaders Manchester City opening up a 14-point gap over them after beating cross-city rivals United ...

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Burnley enjoy view from lofty perch as Stoke win sends them fourth

Sean Dyche said Burnley will enjoy their lofty position but will refocus quickly after another narrow victory over Stoke. The 1-0 win at a wet and windy Turf Moor was the Clarets’ eighth victory by a single goal this season and saw them climb above Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool into fourth place in the Premier League table. They are likely ...

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