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Neymar scores as Paris St-Germain reach French League Cup semi-finals

Neymar scored a penalty as Paris St-Germain beat Amiens 2-0 to reach the French League Cup semi-finals. The Brazilian has now scored on his PSG debut in all four competitions – Ligue 1, the Champions League, the French Cup and ...

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Chelsea & Arsenal goalless after cagey first leg

Arsenal recovered from the humiliation of their FA Cup third-round exit at Championship side Nottingham Forest to earn a battling draw in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at Chelsea. The Gunners, with manager Arsene Wenger watching from the Stamford ...

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Tommy Lawrence: former Liverpool and Tranmere goalkeeper dies

Media playback is not supported on this device Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence has died, the club have confirmed. The 77-year-old Scotsman was Bill Shankly’s first-choice keeper during the 1960s. He only missed four league matches in six seasons as ...

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Tommy Lawrence: former Liverpool and Tranmere goalkeeper dies

Media playback is not supported on this device Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence has died, the club have confirmed. The 77-year-old Scotsman was Bill Shankly’s first-choice keeper during the 1960s. He only missed four league matches in six seasons as ...

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Late Aguero goal gives Man City Carabao Cup advantage

Sergio Aguero scored an injury-time winner as Manchester City came from behind to beat Bristol City in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg. The Championship side were excellent, especially in the first half, and led from Bobby Reid’s penalty, awarded ...

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Football Association adopts 'Rooney Rule' as Martin Glenn outlines 2018 plans

Media playback is not supported on this device The Football Association will interview at least one applicant from a black, Asian and minority ethnic background for future roles in the England set-up. English football’s governing body will adopt its own ...

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'It was a genuine goal' – Hodgson satisfied with VAR after late Brighton winner

Media playback is not supported on this device Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson was satisfied with how officials handled Glenn Murray’s late winner as Brighton progressed to the FA Cup fourth round. Monday’s tie was the first competitive game in ...

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Englishman Herdman leaves Canada women's team to lead men's side

Englishman John Herdman has been named head coach of Canada’s national men’s team, after more than six years in charge of the country’s women’s side. The 42-year-old took charge of the women’s team in September 2011, and led them to ...

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Coutinho unveiled as Barca player but injury will delay debut

Media playback is not supported on this device Philippe Coutinho’s £142m move from Liverpool to Barcelona was officially confirmed on Monday as the playmaker was unveiled to fans at the Nou Camp. The Brazilian, 25, signed a five-and-a-half-year contract alongside ...

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Late Murray goal sends Brighton into FA Cup fourth round

Media playback is not supported on this device Glenn Murray scored against his former club as Brighton beat Premier League rivals Crystal Palace to progress to the FA Cup fourth round. Dale Stephens had given the hosts the lead in ...

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