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Premier League youngsters who can shine on tour from Arsenal to Wolves

We take a look at one young player from each Premier League club who can make an impact this summerBukayo Saka, 17, winger Continue reading…

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Premier League transfers so far this summer and what each club still needs

Aston Villa have been the most active of the promoted clubs; Arsenal look to have work to do; Tottenham have secured their top target; Newcastle are still looking for a managerWhat have they done so far? Nowhere near enough. Teenage striker Gabriel Mar…

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Premier League pre-season 2019: a full list of all the clubs’ friendlies

From Yankee Stadium in New York to New York Stadium in Rotherham, here are the 20 clubs’ fixtures before 9 AugustAll dates and kick-off times BST. All information correct at time of publication Continue reading…

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‘The public only see the highs’: the reality of Premier League youth teams

Brighton coach Simon Rusk explains how he encourages young players while also preparing them for life outside the gameBy Gavin Willacy for Playing in the ShadowsHaving promoted young players in his previous roles at Östersund and Swansea City, new Brig…

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Premier League finances: the full club-by-club breakdown and verdict

Club accounts for 2017-18 show Manchester United spent the most on wages while champions Manchester City had the third-highest billFinancial figures for 2017-18, for the 20 clubs who were in the Premier League during that season. All details from the m…

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Manchester City’s sky blue smashing of Watford proves football is broken

Watching Pep Guardiola’s side dismantle their opponents in the FA Cup final was gruesome and reflective of a trend across Europe that suggests the time has come for a super leagueGoals! Goals! Goals! Trophies everywhere. Manchester City were brilliant …

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Manchester City’s sky blue smashing of Watford proves football is broken

Watching Pep Guardiola’s side dismantle their opponents in the FA Cup final was gruesome and reflective of a trend across Europe that suggests the time has come for a super leagueGoals! Goals! Goals! Trophies everywhere. Manchester City were brilliant …

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Pep Guardiola furious over financial fair play question after Man City’s treble triumph – video

Pep Guardiola was infuriated in the immediate aftermath of Manchester City’s historic domestic treble when asked by a journalist if he was being accused of ‘receiving money’ through separate payments from the club’s Abu Dhabi owners.City had just …

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FA Cup victory shows Manchester City are a team to love, admire and fear | Barney Ronay

Emphatic win against Watford showcased Pep Guardiola’s men at their well-grooved best, full of invention and good habitsWelcome to the new order. Domestic games: played 51, won 43. Domestic trophies: three out of three. Five-goal hauls: 11. Defeats sin…

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Manchester City 6-0 Watford: FA Cup final player ratings

Bernardo Silva was brilliant throughout in tandem with David Silva, while Abdoulaye Doucouré floundered opposite themEderson Superb. Yet again. Rushed out brilliantly to block Pereyra’s effort and later made one header from near centre-circle. The Braz…

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Manchester City win FA Cup to seal treble with 6-0 demolition of Watford

Manchester City have become the first English men’s team to win a domestic treble thanks to a record-equalling 6-0 win against Watford in the FA Cup final at Wembley.Watford held their own for the first quarter of the match but from the moment David Si…

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Manchester City v Watford: FA Cup final – live!

FA Cup final updates from Wembley, 5pm BST kick-offVincent Kompany: ‘Setbacks, racism – everything fed my fire’And feel free to email Barry or tweet him @bglendenning 3.40pm BST A place in Europe up for grabs. If City win today, Wolves will qualify for…

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Kevin De Bruyne: ‘We were just better than Liverpool in the end’ | Jamie Jackson

Manchester City midfielder missed much of the title triumph but an FA Cup final win over Watford would offer consolationKevin De Bruyne offers a blunt response when considering whether he has any sympathy for Liverpool after they accumulated 97 points …

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Troy Deeney ready for FA Cup final battle with ‘beast’ Vincent Kompany

• Watford striker says the pair have respect for each other• Deeney: ‘He comes back from injury bigger, better and stronger’Watford may be considered rank outsiders Saturday’s FA Cup final but Troy Deeney has promised to cause problems for Manchester C…

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Troy Deeney ready for FA Cup final battle with ‘beast’ Vincent Kompany

• Watford striker says the pair have respect for each other• Deeney: ‘He comes back from injury bigger, better and stronger’Watford may be considered rank outsiders Saturday’s FA Cup final but Troy Deeney has promised to cause problems for Manchester C…

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‘A demanding perfectionist’: how Gino Pozzo did the unthinkable at Watford

Watford have gone from winding-up order to an FA Cup final under Pozzo but at his other club, Udinese, fans are unhappyAt the Maracanã on Wednesday Fluminense found themselves 1-0 down to Cruzeiro in the Copa do Brasil with a few minutes remaining. As …

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Vincent Kompany says Manchester City’s ‘lions’ ready to savage Watford

• Kompany: ‘I’m so eager to play the FA Cup final, so motivated’ • City captain promises to keep team focusing on the priorityVincent Kompany says Manchester City will resemble a pride of lions against Watford in Saturday’s FA Cup final, with the capta…

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Watford’s Étienne Capoue turns blind eye to Manchester City’s matches

• Watford midfielder prefers to watch NBA games on TV• Capoue faces City in FA Cup final on SaturdayManchester City’s performances this season have been impressive enough to leave opponents daunted even before kick-off but Étienne Capoue, the Watford m…

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Football quiz: FA Cup final underdogs

Watford finished 48 points behind Manchester City in the league but previous finalists have overcome bigger challengesDuring Wimbledon’s famous 1-0 victory over Liverpool in 1988, Dave Beasant became the first goalkeeper to do what in an FA Cup final?M…

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Nigel Callaghan: ‘If I was meant to die I’d have died on that table’

Watford’s opposite winger to John Barnes in the 1984 FA Cup final finished playing at 30, has recovered from cancer twice and is happy working as a DJ in Staffordshire“At the moment, I’m happy doing what I’m doing,” Nigel Callaghan says. “I’d sooner be…