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Premier League/England

Man United, Real Madrid, Barcelona managers avoiding sackings
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has disappointed, but there appears to be reticence in replacing him. The same scenario is playing out at other major clubs.

Phil Neville says he can handle the criticism – but he can’t | The Guardian
At this rate, he is talking himself out of the job.

Coleen Rooney accuses Rebekah Vardy of leaking stories to Sun | The Guardian
Wife of Wayne Rooney claims fellow footballer’s wife passed on her private Instagram posts.

Report gives main reason why Man Utd didn’t sign Rice - Football365
I wi££ give you three gue$$e$ as to what it was.

Why Tammy Abraham’s rise is about far more than being in the right place at the right time | FourFourTwo
The Premier League’s top-scoring Englishman is back in the Three Lions squad and ready to keep his place for good.

Premier League could lose fourth automatic Champions League place | Football | The Guardian
The Premier League faces losing one of its automatic Champions League spots under proposals being floated by the European Leagues.


Gareth Bale: Real Madrid forward ‘angry’ and wants to leave - BBC Sport
Gareth Bale wants to leave the club, according to BBC Radio 5 Live’s Guillem Balague.

The fall of Monaco: From Champions League semi-finals to near relegation - BBC Sport
A little over two years ago Monaco were a poster club for attacking football and excellent recruitment - so why are they now battling relegation?

Wolves: Europa League game at Slovan Bratislava behind closed doors - BBC Sport
Uefa gave the hosts a stadium ban following racist chanting.

Lucas Ocampos’ late strike earns Argentina a draw with Germany | The Guardian
Germany threw away a two-goal lead and Argentina left with a 2-2 draw.


Does USMNT develop players? Yes and no, Gregg Berhalter explains
U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter says that he can’t create a national team-caliber player. That doesn’t mean he can’t make the players he already has better.

Two scary incidents depict the dangers of fans crossing boundaries – Equalizer Soccer
Women’s soccer has long been known for the accessibility of its players. This past weekend, we saw the negative ramifications of that.


Football tourism - why it’s not just half and half scarves - BBC Sport
Football tourism is a booming industry, and there is currently no hotter destination than the Premier League.