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London streets ‘too dirty’ for super-rich football giant Spurs | UK news | The Guardian
Club claims the area around its new ground must look better – but won’t pay for clean-up.

Mauricio Pochettino’s big dilemma: United job his if he wants it | Paul Wilson | Football | The Guardian
Manchester United are right to see Mauricio Pochettino as the best option as they search for their new manager.

Peter Schmeichel interested in Manchester United football director role | Football | The Guardian
Peter Schmeichel has called on Manchester United to appoint a director of football.

MLS champions Atlanta United appoint Frank De Boer as new head coach | Football | The Guardian
MLS champions Atlanta United have appointed Frank De Boer as their new head coach.

How to be a football coach: Amy Lawrence swaps her laptop for the pitch | Football | The Guardian
Whether as a prospective career or to help out with a child’s youth team, learning the ropes on an FA course is something of an eye-opener.

Radja Nainggolan: Inter Milan suspend midfielder for 'disciplinary reasons' - BBC Sport
Inter Milan midfielder Radja Nainggolan is suspended by the Italian club for "disciplinary reasons".

St Johnstone 1-2 Rangers: Alfredo Morelos double takes Ibrox side into second - BBC Sport
Rangers move into second place in the Scottish Premiership as they come from behind to beat St Johnstone after an Alfredo Morelos double.

Bielsa admits Leeds still have long way to go despite topping table at halfway stage
Marcelo Bielsa praised the ambition and desire shown by Leeds in their 3-2 win over Aston Villa.

Deeney makes no apologies for goading West Ham fans - Football365
"People have an opinion on me and my family and that's the only way I can shut them up."

Mourinho deserves respect for achievements at Man United - Luke Shaw
Nah.

Manchester United cannot turn back clock – the era of one-club rule is over | Paul Wilson | Football | The Guardian
An illustrious past that is now impossible to replicate is undermining managers at Old Trafford.

And lastly, this is one hell of a penalty: