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Watford’s Andre Gray and other Premier League Transfers of the week (up to 11th August)

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It's back! Premier League football returned to pitches across the land this weekend, but the transfer window stays open until the end of the month. Deals will be getting done right until the...

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Burnley bolster survival bid with Palace win

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London (AFP) – Burnley’s first away league win of the season left them within touching distance of Premier League survival after they saw off Crystal Palace 2-0 on Saturday.

Goals at either end of the match from Ashley Barnes and Andre Gray secured victory at Selhurst Park as the Clarets finally savoured winning all three points on the road for the first time this term.

Burnley bolster survival bid with Palace win

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London (AFP) – Burnley’s first away league win of the season left them within touching distance of Premier League survival after they saw off Crystal Palace 2-0 on Saturday.

Goals at either end of the match from Ashley Barnes and Andre Gray secured victory at Selhurst Park as the Clarets finally savoured winning all three points on the road for the first time this term.

England squad: 10 uncapped English players Gareth Southgate could call up

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At 2pm today the England squad is announced for the friendly game against Germany on March 22nd and the World Cup qualifier against Lithuania the following Sunday. Gareth Southgate will be...

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9 Goals in 26 games: Newcastle keen to sign 25-year-old PL striker

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Newcastle United are keen to sign Burnley striker, Andre Gray, in the summer if they make it to the Premier League.

The 25-year-old was a reported target of Newcastle 12 months ago. However, the interest frizzled out following the Magpies’ demotion to the Championship.

Gray has one year left on his contract, and he is one of the names being discussed for a potential new signing if Newcastle are able to return to the Premier League.

Gritty Arsenal impress Wenger

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London (AFP) Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley as proof they have the character to catch runaway leaders Chelsea in the Premier League title race.

Wenger's side were on the brink of suffering a damaging setback at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday after conceding a stoppage-time equaliser.

Gritty Arsenal impress Wenger

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London (AFP) Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley as proof they have the character to catch runaway leaders Chelsea in the Premier League title race.

Wenger's side were on the brink of suffering a damaging setback at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday after conceding a stoppage-time equaliser.

Ice-cool Sanchez lifts Arsenal to late win over Burnley

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London (AFP) Alexis Sanchez kept his nerve to haul 10-man Arsenal into second place in the Premier League as the Chilean's last-gasp penalty sealed a dramatic 2-1 home win over Burnley on Sunday.

Arsene Wenger's side appeared to have blown their chance to get back in the title race when Burnley's Andre Gray scored a stoppage-time penalty to cancel out Shkodran Mustafi's first goal for Arsenal.

Olivier Giroud, Dele Alli, Defoe… Names of the Premier League, weeks 19 and 20

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The Premier League games have continued to come thick and fast, with barely a break at all for some sides. Names of the Premier League continues too. So, who made fans sit up and pay attention over...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Nolito, Stuani… Names of the Premier League, week 2

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This Premier League season is only a fortnight old but we've already seen upsets, wonder goals, controversial penalties and an awful lot of social media moaning. So who were the names making the...

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Zlatan? Aguero? Batshuayi? Who will be the Premier League top goalscorer in 2016/17?

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The Premier League season is here and while youmay already have your predictions for the title winner, top four and relegation, who will finish as Premier League top scorer? At Just Football we're...

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Fantasy Premier League: 10 under-the-radar value gems for your fantasy team

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It's almost here. No, we're not talking about the Premier League looming on the horizon. Instead, we're talking aboutthe only league that matters for stat-obsessed fans the...

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Stubborn Burnley ready to fight again… even if it all hinges on Gray

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There are so many narratives in the Premier League ahead of the new season that one of the better ones has been criminally overlooked. With plenty of gravelly laughs and more than a few stern...

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Burnley bolster bid to reach Premier League after vital win

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Burnley bolstered their bid to win automatic promotion to the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Championship strugglers Rotherham on Saturday.

With leaders Hull holding Arsenal to a draw in the FA Cup and Middlesbrough not in action this weekend, Sean Dyche's team moved into second place courtesy of Sam Vokes' first-half penalty and Scott Arfield's late strike at Turf Moor.

Burnley bolster bid to reach Premier League after vital win

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Burnley bolstered their bid to win automatic promotion to the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Championship strugglers Rotherham on Saturday.

With leaders Hull holding Arsenal to a draw in the FA Cup and Middlesbrough not in action this weekend, Sean Dyche's team moved into second place courtesy of Sam Vokes' first-half penalty and Scott Arfield's late strike at Turf Moor.

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Wenger apologises but could still face ban

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London (AFP) Arsene Wenger apologised after he was sent off and then shoved the fourth official during Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley but could still face a significant ban.

Having taken the lead through Shkodran Mustafi's first goal for the club on Sunday, Arsenal saw Granit Xhaka dismissed for a needless foul and then nearly imploded as Andre Gray struck from the spot following Francis Coquelin's foul on Ashley Barnes.

Gray ready to put ‘homophobic’ tweets behind him

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London (AFP) Burnley striker Andre Gray says he wants to move on now he has returned to first-team action following a four-game ban for homophobic tweets he made several years ago.

The 25-year-old who played in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Manchester United in the Premier League published the tweets when he was a non-league player in 2012, but they resurfaced on social media in August.

Gray ready to put ‘homophobic’ tweets behind him

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London (AFP) Burnley striker Andre Gray says he wants to move on now he has returned to first-team action following a four-game ban for homophobic tweets he made several years ago.

The 25-year-old who played in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Manchester United in the Premier League published the tweets when he was a non-league player in 2012, but they resurfaced on social media in August.

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Arsene Wenger Apologises After Shoving Fourth Official

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Arsene Wenger has acknowledged his furious reaction to Burnley being awarded a penalty was wrong after the Arsenal manager was sent off on Sunday.

The Gunners boss was sent off removed during an extraordinary period of injury time at Emirates Stadium, where 10-man Arsenal conceded an equalizer to Andre Gray, only for Alexis Sanchez to score his own penalty in the 98th minute to snatch a 2-1 victory from the jaws of defeat.

Football League 2015/16: The Story so far – Hull City, Gillingham, Coventry City and Plymouth lead the way

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With the international break taking attention away from the Premier League, let's dip into the lower leagues and take a look at the story so far around the soon-to-be-rebrandedFootball...

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