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'All guilty': Marseille fans spell out their anger at players, coach and club | Football | The Guardian
Marseille are without a win in eight games after their dispiriting 1-1 draw at home to Monaco.

‘I was in the shadows’: Paul Pogba says Solskjær has brought back his smile | Football | The Guardian
Paul Pogba has paid tribute to Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

Farewell to Cesc Fàbregas, the conjuror, creator and tempo dictator | Sean Ingle | Football | The Guardian
At his peak, the midfielder was the supreme master of the assist.

Tottenham’s Harry Kane fears at least month out with ankle injury | Football | The Guardian
Harry Kane fears he may be absent for at least a month.

Pep Guardiola on Kevin de Bruyne: 'If he has a problem, he knows where I am' - BBC Sport
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says that if Kevin de Bruyne has a problem "he knows where I am".

Andrew Cole: Ex-Man Utd and England striker in talks over Macclesfield role - BBC Sport
Former Manchester United striker Andrew Cole is in talks with League Two side Macclesfield over a part-time coaching role.

USL: Jake Edwards on league ambitions, promotion-relegation, more | SI.com
There's plenty of building going on beneath the MLS level in American soccer.

Pressure is firmly on Liverpool says Pep Guardiola after Wolves win - Football365
More than anything, the Man City manager was delighted to get the three points which keep the pressure firmly on league leaders Liverpool.

Huddersfield part ways with manager David Wagner with team in last place
Huddersfield Town said on Monday they had parted company with head coach David Wagner by mutual consent.