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3 hrs ago | FakeTeams
It may only be 7 weeks until the World Cup begins but there's still plenty of life left in the Fantasy Premier League season and last weekend showed why the English Premier League is regarded as the best league in the world.
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7 hrs ago | Arsenal FC
The man between the sticks often cuts a forlorn figure. If his squad are doing well, he ends up with little to do but adjust the straps on his gloves, do some calisthenics, and perhaps chat with a few of the fans behind the goal.
11 hrs ago | Rock FM
Chelsea midfielder Ramires has been handed a four-match suspension after a Football Association charge of violent conduct went uncontested.
13 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has described it as the equivalent of a "proper cup final" and there really is no hiding from the importance of Sunday's high noon showdown at the Stadium of Light.
17 hrs ago | The Meath Chronicle
Republic of Ireland player and Sunderland FC Captain John O'Shea officially launched McDonald's Football Association of Ireland , Future Football 2014, which will see five football clubs from Meath take part in the programme.
Roy Keane - seen here with Alex ferguson when he visited Old Trafford as Sunderland boss in September 2007 - was favourite to succeed Ferguson as manchester United manager at one stage.
As Wembley beaks launched a triple assault on the Blues by also charging Mourinho's assistant Rui Faria and Ramires for their behaviour during the defeat by Sunderland, the Chelsea boss was the surprise catch in the net.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, his assistant Rui Faria and midfielder Ramires have been charged by the Football Association for their actions in last Saturday's controversial loss to Sunderland.
After Chelsea's title hopes took a severe blow with defeat to Sunderland, Matt Stanger ponders where it went wrong for the Blues.
Two teams head down Wembley Way in pursuit of the Premier League's Promised Land.
It did not have to end this way. Jose Mourinho had the opportunity to address the growing air of confrontation and indiscipline around Chelsea more than a month ago.
The return of Sergio Aguero and Alvaro Negredo's partnership should have provided City with a huge boost on Wednesday.
It's so easy to hype a player beyond all recognition when he first comes onto the scene.
Last week the Sunday Sun's back page was given over to a slightly tongue-in-cheek apology to Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew after the embattled Toon boss blamed the local media for the team's slump in form that has seen them win only four and lose 11 of their 16 games this year.