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Premier League clubs vote for historic rule change, set to come in next season

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Premier League clubs have voted to close next season’s summer transfer window before the start of the season, per BBC Sport.The post Premier League clubs vote for historic rule change, set to co... [Read More]
 

Arsenal and Manchester United in 10-way battle for 19-year-old wonderkid

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Blackpool have reportedly rejected a £750k bid from QPR for Bright Osayi-Samuel. [Read More]
 

Premier League at 25: fans from all 47 clubs on their best and worst memories

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Fans from the 47 clubs to have competed in the league reminisce about legends such as Paulo Wanchope, Duncan Ferguson, Juninho and Jay-Jay OkochaBest moment: For all the rage of the last year (or two,... [Read More]
 

Arsenal linked with Blackpool's teenage winger

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Blackpool's teenage winger Bright Osayi-Samuel has been attracting interest across England of late. According to recent reports, Arsenal are just one of the clubs interested in his signature. The post... [Read More]
 

Arsenal lead host of clubs on trail of League Two starlet

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Arsenal are interested in signing Blackpool winger Bright Osayi-Samuel, according to the Birmingham Mail. The local newspaper have also linked Aston Villa, Tottenham and Everton with the 19 year old. ... [Read More]
 

Man Utd handed home draw against Wigan in FA Cup fourth round

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The current defending champions of the national competition will take on the shock winners in 2013, while Chelsea face Brentford and Tottenham take on Wycombe... [Read More]
 

FA Cup 4th round draw hands kind ties to Chelsea, Man Utd and Liverpool*, but Arsenal legend stitches up former club

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Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have been all been handed easy-looking home ties against lower-league opposition in the FA Cup 4th round draw. Premier League leaders Chelsea will host... [Read More]
 

FA Cup review: United continue Manchester magic, Stoke, West Brom and Bournemouth humbled

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The Cherries, Potters and Baggies suffered misery at the expense of lower-tier sides, while there was plenty of room at Hull on third round day... [Read More]
 
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