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Liverpool and Mohamed Salah put thrilling end to Manchester City’s run | Football | The Guardian
Liverpool ended up clinging on for a 4-3 win against Manchester City, despite Mohamed Salah putting his side three goals ahead, as the leaders lost for the first time this season.

Christian Pulisic has succeeded in spite of American soccer, not because of it | Football | The Guardian
The rise of maybe the best American soccer player ever, who’s been linked to Liverpool and Manchester United, doesn’t square with US Soccer’s problems.

José Mourinho says he is man enough to apologise in latest Antonio Conte spat | Football | The Guardian
José Mourinho has reignited the feud with Antonio Conte by stating he has been ‘man enough’ to say sorry when in the wrong and referenced his apology to Claudio Ranieri.

Ryan Giggs: Manchester United legend set to be named Wales manager - BBC Sport
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is set to be appointed the new manager of Wales, succeeding Chris Coleman on a four-year contract.

Ferguson apologises for recommending that refs be 'shot' - Football365
"What can I do? Shoot them, it would be a good idea," said Darren Ferguson when asked how to improve referees.

Jeff Stelling offers cash to a new owner who will save Hartlepool United | FourFourTwo
Stelling has pledged to financially aid Hartlepool once new ownership has been found.

Landon Donovan's move to Club Leon is unexpected as it is intriguing |
Landon Donovan's transfer to Club Leon affirms the American's return from retirement for the second time in three years. But his decision also leaves us with many questions and confirming the notion that his career is anything but predictable.

When Saturday Comes - Rangers a big, wobbling mess and falling behind as managerial saga continues
Having failed in an approach for Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes, the Ibrox job has been handed to Graeme Murty until the end of the season but it is only a short-term solution.