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Qatar World Cup: What will winter tournament mean for the Premier League ... - Mirror.co.uk

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Qatar World Cup: What will winter tournament mean for the Premier League ...
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Additionally, they have also recommended that a shorter tournament - something that the Premier League's chief executive Richard Scudamore has been lobbying for - take place. There are no plans to reduce the size of the tournament from 32 teams or 64 ...

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Round-up: Top English Premier League transfers on deadline day - South China Morning Post (subscription)

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Round-up: Top English Premier League transfers on deadline day
South China Morning Post (subscription)
Chelsea made the biggest splash on a low-key transfer deadline day as the Premier League leaders signed Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina on Monday. Blues boss Jose Mourinho had been linked with a move for Cuadrado for several ...
EPL: Clubs Spend Record 1.4 Billion US Dollars in Transfers, Says ReportNDTVSports.com
Transfer news: Micah Richards backs Juan Cuadrado for Premier League successSkySports
Transfer news recap: Juan Cuadrado, Marco Reus and all Saturday's done ...Mirror.co.uk
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Which Premier League club did the best business in the January transfer window? - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)

Which Premier League club did the best business in the January transfer window?
The Guardian (blog)
Having already scored 25 Premier League goals since a switch from Vitesse to Swansea, the Ivorian was quick to adapt to the physical nature of the English game. There have been a number of transfers from Eredivisie that haven't paid off, particularly ...
Football: Top five Premier League transfer window dealsChannel News Asia
The best of the EPL transfersFox Sports Asia
English Premier League transfers — Most expensive but not the most rationalThe Express Tribune (blog)
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Manchester United's Radamel Falcao leads Premier League transfer flops - ESPN FC (blog)

ESPN FC (blog)

Manchester United's Radamel Falcao leads Premier League transfer flops
ESPN FC (blog)
Transfer window? Some managers might feel like throwing themselves out of it as we assess the big hits and embarrassing misses in the Premier League transfer charts so far this season. "Top of the Flops" has to be Radamel Falcao, last seen with a ...

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Manchester United news and transfers: FA Cup is now United's priority, not the ... - Mirror.co.uk

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Manchester United news and transfers: FA Cup is now United's priority, not the ...
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"And especially now it's what you could say is the main priority because the league, I wouldn't say it's gone, but we're quite far away, so we're definitely looking to win the FA Cup." "We've been quite lucky with the draw so far. We've picked up teams ...

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Liverpool FC transfer target Danny Ings will stay in Premier League, says ... - Liverpool Echo

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Liverpool FC transfer target Danny Ings will stay in Premier League, says ...
Liverpool Echo
Liverpool FC transfer target Danny Ings will stay in the Premier League for the sake of his development, according to his current boss Sean Dyche. The Burnley striker, who is out of contract in the summer, remains wanted by the Reds despite failing in ...
Liverpool Transfer News: Latest Rumours Before FA Cup ActionBleacher Report
Rumour Mongering: Striker Set for Premier League Rather than Move AbroadThe Liverpool Offside

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Newcastle BOOST as Massadio Haidara declares himself fit to face Manchester ... - Daily Star

Daily Star

Newcastle BOOST as Massadio Haidara declares himself fit to face Manchester ...
Daily Star
MASSADIO HAIDARA has assured Newcastle United fans that he is fit and hoping to face Manchester United on Wednesday night. By Ian Murtagh / Published 2nd March 2015. There was concern from all four sides of St James' Park as he was carried off on a ...

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