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United fans continue to sing racist song despite Lukaku’s request to stop

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Romelu Lukaku put Manchester United 1-0 up against Southampton on Saturday afternoon, scoring his sixth Premier League goal in six appearances. Louis Saha is the only other United player to manage this.

Following the goal, United fans persisted with singing the racist song that Lukaku asked them to stop.

The moment Van Nistelrooy’s United career ended

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The catalyst to Manchester United's latter stint of success was the 2006 League Cup final. Like Jose Mourinho stuck with Sergio Romero for the Europa League final, given how option he had played in the competition up until that point, Sir Alex Ferguson chose Louis Saha over Ruud van Nistelrooy. Saha was the top scorer in the competition and scored in the final.

‘Can I Speak To You?’ – Louis Saha Tries To Slytherin To JK Rowling’s DMs With Most Intriguing Tweet Of 2017

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Former Manchester United and Fulham striker Louis Saha is either looking for love or literary debate after he caught the internet's attention by aiming an unexpected late night tweet at Harry Potter author JK Rowling.

Champion's League-winner Saha who retired from the game in 2013 after unsatisfying spells with Sunderland and Lazio hit up the world's richest woman with the surprise message just after 11pm on Tuesday night.

Man United’s French Connection.

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If Manchester United go ahead with the purchase of Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton he will be joining a French Legion of players that have graced Old Trafford. It all began with 'Le...

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United Legends game raises £800,000

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Manchester United legends player Bayern Munich legends today and beat them 4-2. Louis Saha, Dwight Yorke, Andrew Cole and Jesper Blomqvist all scored for United, in a game which also saw the likes of Edwin Van der Sar, Paul Scholes, Jaap Stam and Phil Neville play.

It was been revealed that the game has raised £800,000 for the Manchester United Foundation, who work in some of the most disadvantaged areas across Greater Manchester to educate, motivate and inspire young people.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Louis Saha on Moyes’ failure and plans to become a manager

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Louis Saha joined Everton in the summer of 2008 after struggling to maintain his fitness at Manchester United. As he was injured at the time of signing, Saha offered to train for free at Everton until he was available to play.

In an exclusive interview with The Republik of Mancunia on behalf of 888Sport.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Louis Saha on replacing Van Nistelrooy in League Cup final and Falcao injury advice

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Ruud van Nistelrooy was one of the greatest strikers Manchester United has ever seen but left the club in the summer of 2006 after a falling out with Sir Alex Ferguson.

After being the top scorer in the competition, Louis Saha was chosen ahead of the Dutchman when United took on Wigan in the League Cup final.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Louis Saha on Cantona, United fans and injuries

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Louis Saha signed for Manchester United halfway through the 2003-04 season after scoring 15 goals in 22 games for Fulham.

He quickly became a fans' favourite and probably would have spent several more years at the club if not for the amount of injuries he sustained.

In an exclusive interview with The Republik of Mancunia on behalf of 888Sport.

Louis Saha on life after United

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Louis Saha scored 42 goals in 124 appearances in five seasons at Old Trafford and, although by the time he left Manchester there was a feeling that his undoubted potential had not been fulfilled due to injuries, his capabilities were undeniable. Now retired, he met MUTV to discuss life after United and says he has no regrets.

Kitman: Thrifty Man Utd fans converts Saha shirt into Zaha

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A money-conscious Manchester United fan has saved himself the outlay for a new replica shirt by changing his old Louis Saha kit to be relevant to recent signing Wilfried Zaha. The supporter picked off the 'S' from Saha's surname before using a marker pen to add a 'Z' and put a '2′ ahead of Saha's [.

Louis Saha hangs up boots

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On the evening of his 35th birthday, striker Louis Saha decided to step off the pitch and retire from professional football. The French forward enjoyed a 16-year career playing in multiple top leagues in Europe including spells with Newcastle, Fulham, Manchester United, and Everton.

Saha spoke out to acknowledge his retirement and thank those who mattered to him during his years of football.

Rooney: Fergie Told Me I Didn’t Deserve New Deal

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Wayne Rooney has revealed in his autobiography that the worst telling off he has seen a player get from Sir Alex Ferguson was after United's 1-0 defeat to Celtic in the Champions League. Louis Saha missed an easy chance, with him appearing to believe he was offside, before seeing his last minute penalty saved by [.

Berbatov Linked With Sunderland

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Sunderland manager Martin O'Neil is interested in signing Manchester United striker Dmitar berbatov, now surplus to requirements since the arrival of Robin Van Persie.

The Black Cats have reportedly put in a bid of £5 million for the Man United striker, but there are a few other parties interested such as the Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg.

Mid-Day Ticker: Van Persie set for debut, Bale's status in doubt & more

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Manchester United fans won't have to wait long to see Robin Van Persie in a Red Devils uniform.

Manager Sir Alex Ferguson said he is confident Van Persie, signed Wednesday on a transfer from Arsenal, will be cleared and ready to play when United kick off their English Premier League season Monday against Everton.

Spurs striker wants to stay

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Louis Saha has reiterated his desire to stay on at White Hart Lane as his contract expires this summer.

Fans of the North London club are surely concerned with a potential exodus as bigger clubs line up for some of Harry Redknapp's stars such as Gareth Bale and Luka Modric, and with only Europa League football on display next season Redknapp may be forced to shuffle his squad.

Top XI: FA Cup Final Goals (Videos)

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By Chris Wright

Well By Jove and lawks-a-mussy, it's the FA Cup Final tomorrow! Where the bally hell did that creep up from? To help pique your interest in the crackings-off at Wembley tomorrow afternoon, we've assembled a run-down of our ten favourite FA Cup Final goals.

Some Soccer News for Mon Apr 9, 2012

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Clint Dempsey continued his amazing season with 2 more goals for Fulham, and maybe even bigger for the team is that they came on the road where the team scores few and rarely wins. Again, amazing!
-Dempsey has 21 goals in 40 games in all competitions this season.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Louis Saha on starting Wilson against Liverpool and O’Shea’s goal at the Kop

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Louis Saha played in six games against Liverpool, including the game at Old Trafford which saw Rio Ferdinand score an injury time winning header, as well as when John O'Shea scored at the death in front of the Kop, which put United nine points clear at the top of the table.

In an exclusive interview with The Republik of Mancunia on behalf of 888Sport.

Louis van Gaal – a managerial heavyweight

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With the pressure that owners, boards of directors and fans seem to put on their managers in modern football growing year by year, managerial cycles seem to become shorter and shorter. Consequently, it's now harder to become a so-called managerial heavyweight: a manager who instils respect and awe mixed with a mild dose of fear when someone as much as mentions their name; someone, in short, like Louis van Gaal.

TOP 5: Manchester United non-summer signings

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As Manchester United hurtle towards the end of the winter transfer window without a single signing, fans can count themselves lucky that the club have once again avoided the pitfalls of the break. The risks are obvious: there's no value in the market, none of the players United want are available, and it's hard to find someone good enough to get into the United side.

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Ex-Toffee takes to Twitter to congratulate Saha

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Former Everton striker Tim Cahill reached out on Twitter on Thursday to congratulate his old Everton teammate Louis Saha on his career. Cahill tweeted a picture of the two celebrating a goal during their time together at Goodison Park.

Congratulations2 my friend @louissaha08 on a great career.

Swansea 2-2 Sunderland – Fletcher On The Double As Black Cats Hold Swans At The Liberty (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Swansea City 2-2 Sunderland Premier League 1st September 2012

Steven Fletcher celebrated his debut for Sunderland with a fine brace which would ultimately earn the Black Cats a creditable share of the points at the Liberty Stadium.

Team Lineup for Sunderland v Reading at Stadium of Light on August 25, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Playing at Stadium of Light English Premier League Home Team Sunderland Keeper Simon Mignolet Midfield Sebastian Larsson; Lee Cattermole; Jack Colback; James McClean; Stephane Sessegnon; Forwards Louis Saha; Defense Craig Gardner; Carlos Cuellar; John O´Shea; Kieran Richardson; Subs Away Team Reading Keeper Adam [.

Sunderland Signs Adam Johnson And Steven Fletcher

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Big day for Sunderland on Friday as they signed Manchester City winger Adam Johnson and Wolves striker Steven Fletcher.

"Adding quality players to the squad has been our main aim this summer and Adam certainly fits that bill," O'Neill said. "He has terrific ability, great delivery and I'm sure he is a player who will excite our fans.

Summing up the summer: Everton

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There is a reason David Moyes currently boasts the third longest tenure in charge of a Premier League club. That reason is consistent top half finishes and multiple European campaigns, all with very limited resources.

Some very shrewd business over the years has cemented Everton's place amongst the Premier League's top eight clubs and by the end of this coming season, we could be lauding another few displays of brilliance by the Scot.

Thais, Trophies & Jasper Carrot

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There was a classic Jasper Carrot sketch many years ago. It was about these middle class wannabes who had a couple of Mercedes in the driveway but sod all in the fridge. Ever since I moved to this part of the world I have been reminded of that almost daily.

Thai football is a case in point.

It’s all change at the Lane as Levy looks to elevate Spurs to the next level

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In January of this year Tottenham sat third in the table, and as the winter window opened, the opportunity for the club to make a real statement of intent presented itself. Manager Harry Redknapp was keen to strengthen the squad as consolidation at the top of the table was at the forefront of his mind.

Why all Rhodes lead to White Hart Lane

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As a Spurs fan, living in West Yorkshire isn't easy. The only game I've managed to get to this season was Blackburn away, which, regardless of the 2-1 victory, wasn't the most exciting Premier League occasion to attend.

One thing I have managed to enjoy this season, however, has been my local side Huddersfield Town's rise to the Championship – most notably the prolific young goalscorer Jordan Rhodes.

Everton’s Summer 2012 Transfer Targets

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Everton's Summer 2012 Transfer Targets - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

With Everton, David Moyes has been deprived of funds for much of his time in charge. In recent years he's had to meticulously assess players, rely on his scouts and be prepared to be imaginative in the transfer market.

Taking Tottenham to the next level: Part II – The Solutions

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Taking Tottenham to the next level: Part II The Solutions is a post from: Just Football

In Part I, Jake Meador discussed the problems Tottenham have faced this season causing a recent mini-slump in form. Now for Part II The Solutions.

This brings us to this summer's transfer plans with Spurs.

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Spurs shoot themselves in the foot

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I can't quite understand it myself and most Arsenal fans are feeling pretty good this week with the news that Harry Redknapp has been sacked by Spurs. This is credit to a manager who has made our neighbours a genuine threat for the first time in what feels like forever. And yet, most Spurs fans are happy too!

Tottenham Release Lilywhites Legend Ledley King Along With Seven Others

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By Alan Duffy

Ledley King Is Dead (well, released), Long Live The King!

After missing out on a Champions League spot thanks to their pesky fellow Londoners Chelsea, Tottenham have decided to have a bit of a clear-out in preparation for next season's title assault/battle for fourth place (the choice is yours).

Saha stay set to be brief

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Reports are emerging today that suggest Spurs will not be retaining the services of Louis Saha after his six month contract at White Hart Lane expires. There has been some controversy over the player after his pro-Chelsea Champions League comments but perhaps the club would be inclined to disregard that and make a decision purely on footballing reasons.

Could Saha still stay?

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Louis Saha was in the news for all the wrong reasons over the weekend but from comments made in today's press, it's clear that the former Everton man hopes to still have a future at Spurs.

Saha arrived on the final day of the January transfer window and made an instant impact in his first game with a double in a 5-0 win over Newcastle.

Transfer inquiry on the horizon?

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Suggestions in the Daily Express today claim that Spurs are ready to discard their two January signings at the end of this season. Louis Saha and Ryan Nelsen joined the club amidst claims of a shortage of available talent but if the reports are to be believed, both players are due to be ditched as soon as possible.

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Man United’s January buys.

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The January transfer window is open and already Manchester Unied have made one new addition with the not so surprising news that Victor Valdes has agreed an 18 month contract to be David de...

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Soccer Football Festival Comes To Manchester

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Started in 2005, the Soccer Football Festival has visited various cities including Johannesburg and Rio de Janeiro, and in September 2014 it comes to Manchester (the Club Capital of the World).

The free two-day event hosted at Manchester City's Etihad stadium between the 6th and 7th of September will deliver an extravaganza of football, entertainment, youth tournament, football legends, prize draws, football freestylers, competitions, activations and much more!

Lazio Return to Winning Ways With Comeback Against Catania

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Lazio Return to Winning Ways With Comeback Against Catania is a post from: Serie A Weekly Lazio Return to Winning Ways With Comeback Against Catania is a post from: Serie A Weekly You could not have written a better script for Lazio this weekend if you tried, as Saturday turned out to be an ideal day for the Biancocelesti.

Top 10 Americans To Play In The Premier League

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By Chris Wright

YEEHAA!!! In honour of Clint Dempsey's exemplary exertions this season; superseding Louis Saha's previous record (13) as Fulham's single-season Premier League goalscorer by knocking in his 14th, 15th, and 16th league goals of the campaign over the Easter weekend and taking his overall 2011/12 tally to 22 in the process we thought we'd offer an 'umble doff of our cloth caps to the best rootin' tootin' Yankee Doodle American players to ply their trade this side of the pond.

Our team to face Norwich – what’s yours?

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The big team news ahead of this afternoon's clash at White Hart Lane is the injury doubt over Gareth Bale. The Welshman suffered an ankle injury following a heavy tackle by Craig Gardner and could be rested with Harry promising to make changes elsewhere.
Aaron Lennon is one of those who could feature after coming off the bench on Saturday.