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Klopp: Oxlade-Chamberlain hasn’t made a mistake joining us

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reassured Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain he has not made a mistake in coming to Anfield.

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Lee Carsley in the frame for Birmingham City job

Former Republic of Ireland international Lee Carsley remains tight-lipped about his prospects of becoming Birmingham City manager, having been asked to take charge of the club “until a suitable candidate comes in”.

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Stephanie Roche: ‘These are the type of games we have to win’

One day short of the first year anniversary of their last competitive game, Ireland’s women’s team open the World Cup qualification quest tonight against neighbours Northern Ireland at Mourneview Park in Lurgan (7.30pm).

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Ander Herrera: Summer spending makes Man City title favourites

Ander Herrera says Manchester City’s summer spending makes them Premier League favourites, with Pep Guardiola’s trophyless first season meaning they currently have a greater obligation to win titles than Manchester United.

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Terrace Talk: Post-window ‘told you so’ beginning to deafen

The tweet from a reporter read “Klopp angry with crowd impatience”. Here we go, I thought.

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Kolasinac’s rugged style rubbing off on team-mates

Traversing London for a trip to Stamford Bridge felt like a decidedly tame affair, after having run the gauntlet of 20,000 Germans on Thursday night. 

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Terrace Talk: Conte needs to update his box of tricks

It doesn’t happen often but Antonio Conte needs to have a good look at himself following the game against Arsenal.

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Terrace Talk: It took a while but Mourinho’s charges give Everton a kicking

It’s not something I usually hasten to admit but my heart isn’t entirely hardened to Everton Football Club — and I know I’m not the only Manc Red who feels like that.

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Royvolution at Palace and do Arsenal have a pressing need for Ozil?

Daniel Storey highlights the five things we learned from this weekend's Premier League action 

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