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    Is it time Sterling sought new challenge away from Man City?

    Heading into the European Championships last summer, Raheem Sterling was at a low ebb. Pep Guardiola, the Manchester City manager, was cryptically discussing his squad size and the fact he couldn’t keep everybody happy.

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    Next season Spurs’ best chance of winning Premier League title?

    It has been a good few weeks for Tottenham Hotspur. Just over a fortnight ago, Antonio Conte’s side wrapped up a top-four finish in the Premier League by demolishing Norwich City on the final day. That win at Carrow Road secured their place in next season’s edition of the Champions League after missing out for two years on the bounce.

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    What was the Mata with Juan at Man Utd?

    Juan Mata never quite fit in at Manchester United. The Spaniard’s talent and personality always made him a popular figure at Old Trafford, but when his departure was announced last week, it signalled the end to a curious and, at worst, baffling seven-and-a-half-year spell with the club.

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    Forget Mane, Liverpool must sign successor to Firmino this summer

    Defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final had barely sunk in by the time Jurgen Klopp was faced with his next issue as Liverpool boss. In the hours that followed the Reds’ loss in Paris, it emerged Mane desires a transfer away from Anfield this summer with Bayern Munich one potion till suitor for the Senegalese winger.

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    Four biggest flops in the 21/22 Premier League season

    The 2021/22 Premier League season was intense from the very start to the very end of the season and a lot of that isn’t just down to scintillating performances. It also came thanks to some shocking misfires from big names up and down the table.

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    Stars of the 21/22 Premier League season

    It’s safe to say that this Premier League season had a bit of everything. Close final-day battles reigned right up to the final day in all areas of the table. Fights for the title, Europe and relegation had fans biting their nails until the very final whistle.

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    Toffees must ensure Richarlison sticks with them next season

    For so long, it looked like Everton were floundering and in search of purpose, but without any major concerns over the consequences of what gradually became an alarming season. When Frank Lampard took over from Rafael Benitez in January, the Toffees were outside the bottom three; a few quick results would mend the damage, it was assumed, and the arrivals of Dele Alli and Donny van de Beek had the look of the sort of catalyst they needed.

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    De Jong fits Ten Hag bill

    The curtain came down on Manchester United’s season this week, in a typically confusing manner which perfectly encapsulates the poisonous lack of forethought which has plagued the club for years. Ralf Rangnick, the interim manager, announced he would not be taking up his consultancy role with the club and is leaving the club two years earlier than planned.

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    Hasenhuttl’s Saints could go marching into the Championship

    Had the Premier League season gone on for a few more weeks, Southampton could have been in real danger. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side finished five points clear of the relegation zone but ended the campaign on a four-game losing streak.

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    Crystal Palace’s greatest Premier League XI

    Out of all the London clubs in the Premier League, few have enjoyed quite a rollercoaster ride like Crystal Palace. The Eagles were one of the original Premier League division sides but have bounced between the first and second divisions several times since 1992.

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    Stick or sell – Which of Man Utd’s top earners have hit expiry date?

    Manchester United have one of the highest wage bills in Europe, a reported annual gross figure of £215million being spent on the squad, £70million more than the current Liverpool squad and Manchester City squad, despite not having much success in the Premier League or Champions League to show that the amount the players are receiving regularly is more than deserved.


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