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Tottenham’s Harry Kane celebrates scoring their second goal against Arsenal on April 30. (Reuters)
London – Gabriel and Arsenal falter under pressure, Crystal Palace have a problem with fan behavior, Sunderland must keep Didier Ndong while Hull’s Harry Maguire continues his excellent form: 1) Palace fans throwing objects gives cause for concern Sean Dyche...
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From the plight of David Moyes and Aitor Karanka to the unstoppable force of Fernando Llorente, there was plenty to chew over this weekend. Composite: BPI, Rex/Shutterstock, EPA, Getty Images
1) Pochettino’s side finally look set to end Arsenal streak In a cartoon history of Arsenal’s ongoing run of springtime top-four escapology acts – the battle, above all, to stay ahead of Spurs – Arsène Wenger would probably be depicted right now wriggling furiously...
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After guiding Leicester City to the Premier League title in his first season with the club, Claudio Ranieri is in danger of taking them down in his second. Photograph: Ashley Crowden/CameraSport via Getty
Sack the manager? Keep the manager? Sell your best player and import seven new ones, five on loan? Go warm‑weather training in Dubai? Cancel the Gulf trip? Switch to a sweeper system? Revert to a flat back four? Play two up front? Keep the faith with a lone striker?...
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Hull City appear to have made an eye-catching acquisition in signing Andrea Ranocchia on loan from Internazionale. Photograph: Claudio Villa/Inter via Getty Images
Luka Milivojevic, Crystal Palace The 25-year-old Serb has joined Palace from Olympiakos for a fee in the region of £12m and has been signed primarily to add extra steel and security in front of Sam Allardyce’s back four, although six goals in 17 appearances for the...