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Premier League 2017-18 review: what we learned tactically from the season | Jonathan Wilson
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As the gulf grows between rich and poor clubs so, too, does a culture in which some teams enter games accepting the only way they can compete is by not competing Tactics are always contingent, never discreet. No manager can ever casually decide how he will play and only then turn to his squad and […]

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How much do you know about the Premier League 2017-18 season? – quiz
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Who kept losing? Who was proud? Who was ‘the manager of the year’? In which month did Crystal Palace score their first goal of the season? August September October November Who were the only team to win the majority of their points away from home? Burnley Manchester City Tottenham Hotspur West Bromwich Albion Which goalkeeper […]

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FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 SQUADS: All the players called up by every nation
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In the build-up to the big event, each qualified nation is naming their squads for the tournament. All final squads must be submitted to FIFA by June 4. You can keep track of every announcement here.

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Thierry Henry hails Roberto Firmino as the 'most complete striker in the league'
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Thierry Henry has labelled Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino as the most complete striker in the Premier League. The former Arsenal forward was full of praise for the Brazilian.

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Four members of Arsene Wenger's backroom staff to leave Arsenal in massive summer overhaul
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The Gunners are planning for the future by building a new behind-the-scenes set-up to fit around a 'head coach' figure

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Silva claims he will 'forever be in Guardiola's debt' as he misses victory parade
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David Silva insists he will ‘forever be in the debt’ of Pep Guardiola after the Manchester City boss allowed him to visit his poorly son Mateo during the second half of the Premier League campaign.

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Premier League 2017-18 review: innovations we need for the future
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Let’s introduce injury bins and close-of-play hooters. And can we ban fans, usually young ones, from begging for a shirts? Player of the season | Manager | Goal | Match | Signing | Young player | Flop | Pundit | Gripe Related: Premier League 2017-18 review: flop of the season Related: Premier League 2017-18 review: […]

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