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‘Entrapment Has Won And I Have To Accept That’ – Sam Allardyce Faces Press For First Time Since England Dismissal (Video)

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Sam Allardyce has spokendirectly to the press for the first time since he was mutually sacked as England manager on Tuesday night.

Door-stepped outside his house in Bolton, the 61-year-old aireda few parting thoughts before darting off on holiday.

Asked if it would be his last job in management, Allardyce replied:"Who knows?

Official: Sam Allardyce Resigns As England Manager

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It's been confirmed that Sam Allardyce has resigned his position as England manager in the wake of the bartering scandal that has enveloped him over the past day or so.

The FA can confirm that Sam Allardyce has left his position as @England manager.

Thursday Kickoff: Match-Fixing scandal in England; Messi progressing with injury recovery; and more

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By DAN KARELL

For those who thought that soccer in England was immune to match fixing, it seems that they were wrong.

According to an investigative report from English newspaper, the Telegraph, six people have been arrested by the National Crime Agency, a British organization similar to the FBI, on suspicion of match-fixing.

FA Talks Could Lead to Renaming of Wembley Stadium: The Nightly EPL

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Lots of news about England tonight in the build-up to Tuesday's match against Ukraine at Wembley. Speaking of Wembley, the Football Association of England is in talks that could lead to renaming the stadium according to The Telegraph. While I ...

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Manchester United

Aston Villa To Forgo End-Of-Season Award Party For Second Successive Season Due To There Being Absolutely No Point

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Coming as a surprise to quite literally nobody, Aston Villa have taken the executive decision to cancel the club's 2015/16 awards party.

Having been glued to thebottom of the Premier League since November, Villa will be mathematically relegated from the top flight for the first time in almost 30 years shouldthey drop so much as a point against Manchester United this coming weekend.

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The Guardian reports on LvG's defence of Romero.

The Telegraph discusses United's defeat against Swansea.

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Gary Neville writes for The Telegraph about Arsenal being soft.

The Mirror has pictures of Memphis' pimped out Mercedes.

The Guardian reports that Jonny Evans is going to West Brom.

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Scott previews the season ahead for ESPN.

The Guardian looks at Guardiola's criticism of Schweinsteiger's fitness.

The Telegraph discusses the implications of Di Maria's exit.

The Mirror reports on Adidas' defence of the "sexist" kit.

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Scott writes for The Mirror about signing Bastian Schweinsteiger.

The Guardian reckons we are replacing Van Persie with Cavani.

The Telegraph discusses Van Gaal finally solving United's midfield problem.

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United make Ramos bid

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Manchester United have submitted a formal bid for Sergio Ramos, as they seek to capitalise on the Spaniard's desire to leave Real Madrid this summer.

According to the Telegraph, United have officially contacted the 10-time European Cup winners with a bid of over £30m for the defender, who has played over 400 games for Real Madrid since joining the club from Sevilla 10 years ago.

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Scott writes for ESPN about signing Harry Kane.

The Telegraph talks about Chicharito's Real Madrid rant.

The Mirror talks to Saha about Alexandre Lacazette.

The Guardian reports on Roy Keane being found not guilty of driving charge.

Campo Retro have up to 65% off in their end of season sale.

United will allow De Gea to leave

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Manchester United will allow David De Gea to join Real Madrid this summer, after privately accepting that there's little they can do to convince the Spaniard to sign a new deal.

According to the Telegraph, Louis Van Gaal's admission that the club had started planning for life after the Spaniard was not intended to force De Gea into signing a new deal but highlighted that United have almost given up of retaining his services.

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The Telegraph discusses Di Maria's crisis in confidence.

The Mirror reports on Van Gaal's desire to sign a contract extension.

Goal reports on Rooney's defence of Brown.

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Scott writes for ESPN about how Van Gaal should approach the Cambridge game.

The Guardian reports on Gary Neville's decision over his managerial future.

The Telegraph discusses Darren Fletcher's future.

Stretty News looks at Anderson's decline.

The Mirror takes the mick out of City's Mancunian support.

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Scott writes for The Metro about Falcao.

The Telegraph looks at bogey teams.

Squawka looks at Juan Mata's performances away from home.

The Evening News reports on Luke Shaw's return.

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After scoring against Algeria, Scott wrote for Bleacher Report about Fellaini's most memorable international moments.

Scott writes for The Metro about Javier Hernandez's lack of football this summer.

The Telegraph says Rooney is still England's best player.

The Guardian rates the players in England's defeat yesterday.

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Scott writes for Bleacher Report about what United fans have to look forward to.

The Telegraph reports on how much money Moyes' reign cost us.

The Guardian talks about Steve Bruce, Alex Bruce and the FA Cup final.

The Telegraph says that Giggs is waiting to hear about the Class of 92s future before agreeing to be Van Gaal's assistant.

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Scott writes for Bleacher Report about why David Moyes should be sacked.

The Telegraph claims that Wayne Rooney isn't earning anywhere near the £300k-a-week that was initially reported.

The Guardian discusses life for United outside of Europe.

Pride of all Europe wonders whether United will hold on to Moyes despite lack of success, like Arsenal and Wenger.

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Scott writes for The Metro about Kagawa.

The Telegraph has an article with the journalist who wrote Fergie's book, responding to Rodgers' criticism.

Huffington Post has an interview with Ruud Van Nistelrooy in light of Fergie's book.

The Guardian talks about Wayne Rooney's season.

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Scott writes for The Metro about how we learnt nothing new of Beckham in Fergie's autobiography.

The Telegraph has a great summary of the autobiography.

The Guardian looks at David Moyes' start.

Beautifully Red has the best moments in GIF form from the Southampton game.

The Telegraph looks at the Keane-Ferguson fall out in greater detail.

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The Mirror has a trash talk discussion between Scott the Red and a Liverpool fan.

By Far The Greatest Team has individual player stats for United vs Liverpool.

The Telegraph has Twitter stats to show Manchester is red.

The Guardian looks at Sir Alex Ferguson's big buys and bargains.

Chelsea

Chelsea midfielder Ramires close to China transfer

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Chelsea midfielder Ramires is on the verge of joining Chinese side Jiangsu Suning, according to the Telegraph. The Brazil international, aged 28, is...

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CECH: It's Arsenal or Manchester United - How do you feel about that?

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According to a report featured in The Telegraph, Roman Abramovich has agreed to give Petr Cech special dispensation to remain in England and sign with either Arsenal or Manchester United this summer. How do you feel about that?

I have said it all along with Cech, he has given us 11 years of wonderful service and has won everything there is to win at our club.

Benitez: My players are NOT fit or strong enough.

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Some of us Chelsea fans are still shaking our heads and wondering where it all went wrong for Robbie Di Matteo at the club and why our form went from being excellent, to dire to say the least?

According to this report in The Telegraph, Rafa Benitez met with Roman Abramovich and Michael Emenalo on Thursday evening to report back his findings and to discuss what he feels the squad needs in January to improve.

Newcastle United

Report Of Clashes And Problems On The Training Pitch

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Former Journal correspondent Luke Edwards is reporting an exclusive in the Telegraph tonight saying there have been heated argumentsbetween head coach Steve McClaren and some of his senior players and the former England manager is reported to be incensed with the way the team basically gave up in the second half against Leicester City on [.

Derby Will Fire McClaren And Replace Him With Paul Clement

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There are various reports that Steve McClaren will be sacked by Derby County after having lengthy talks tonight and this follows on form our story this morning when the Telegraph reported he could be gone in 24 hours and Paul Clement the assistant manager at Real Madrid is set to replace him. Steve [.

Reports That Mike Ashley Could Sell Newcastle

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The Telegraph has another report out today that says Mike Ashley may sell Newcastle, but it's quoting Newcastle legend Alan Shearer this time. Mike Ashley did Pardew leave because he's selling? It's a comment we have already reported by Alan Shearer, but the Telegraph has put another twist on Alan's words.

The Strange Case Of Newcastle And The Daily Telegraph

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Newcastle United and the Daily Telegraph are at loggerheads today, after Newcastle Managing Director Derek LLambias banned Telegraph correspondent Luke Edwards, from attending all interviews and games at St. James' Park. Derek LLambias reacted strongly to Luke Edwards' article Luke is the former Newcastle Journal sports reporter who is now at the Telegraph, and [.

World Cup

Brazilian Police To Investigate Fans With Wheelchairs Caught Standing Up At World Cup Matches

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By Chris Wright

Brazilian police are launching an investigation into ticket fraud at the World Cup after witnessing fans with wheelchairs and specific disabled accesstickets jumping up and down at several matches.

According to the Telegraph, police are scouring CCTV footage and social media for images ofsupposedly wheelchair-bound Brazil fans standing throughout the opening game between the hosts and Croatia in Sao Paulo.

Chinese Workers Buying Hundreds Of Counterfeit Sick Notes In Order To Watch 3am World Cup Games

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By Chris Wright

According to the Telegraph, hundreds of Chinese workers are spending up to 300¥(approximately £30) a pop on buying counterfeit hospital sick notes in order to bunk off work and watch World Cup matches.

Due to the 11-hour time difference between China and Brazil, many World Cup fixtures are scheduled to kick-off at 3am local time, leading many football fanatics to hit the black market in order to get their fix.

Arsenal

Football matters to us; that’s what the pundits cant grasp

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By Tony Attwood

There's been some chatter in the media of late about the abuse Adrian Chiles suffers from football supporters. As the Telegraph said in a review, "As a presenter, Chiles divides opinion. Either you hate him, or you despise him."

They then go on to wonder why this is so; why people should [.

The Telegraph says Julian Draxler is on his way

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By our man in the cupboard . A couple of years back The Times newspaper (a name which despite its slide from grace is still known across the world) ran the story that Masal Bugduv, who plays for Olimpia Balti in Moldova was signing for Arsenal and was going to be Very Big. . Untold [...]

Kieran Gibbs: ‘Even Spurs fans should have jumped for joy when Mesut Ozil joined Arsenal’

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Arsenal left-back Kieran Gibbs said even Tottenham supporters should have jumped for joy when they found out Mesut Ozil was joining the Gunners. He immediately had a change of heart deciding that his side's north London rivals probably weren't so excited at news of the signing but maintained that you didn't have to [.

DAVID MOYES - A SERIOUS CHELSEA TARGET?

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Over the course of the weekend, one article caught my eye. With a massive London derby against the Arsenal a couple of hours away, you would be forgiven if you thought it was about the game. It wasn't. It was an article in The Telegraph stating that David Moyes had now become a serious contender to take over at Stamford Bridge.

Walcott agrees to disagree with Arsenal……for now!

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Theo agrees to short term contract by TS Evening Gooners. Theo Walcott is the flavour of the day it would seem and now The Telegraph, has released a report stating that the player is set to stay at Arsenal after coming to short-term agreement with AW. So what does this mean, you ask? Following a [...

The Rest

Make a £64m bid for my hoop

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January. What a month. As TS Eliot once said, "January is a time for Brigadoons, rapscallions and the kind of man that would fart in an elevator and look at you to shift the blame."

He knew what he was talking about. It's an exhausting month, what with the getting up early and the fresh invigoration of New Year resolutions.

Paul Gascoigne Taken To Hospital After Being Found Slumped Drunk Outside His House

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By Chris Wright

According to a report in the Telegraph this morning, Paul Gascoigne was hospitalised yesterday after he was discoveredslumped outside his house.

This from the Telegraph:

"Paramedics and police were called to Mr Gascoigne's rented apartment in Sandbanks, Dorset, to find him slumped on the ground holding a bottle of vodka.

Wenger to PSG stories don’t make much sense

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Morning all,

after the draw against United we have to prepare ourselves for a visit to the world's laughingest relegated team, QPR. It seems that one of their mercenary players was pictured chuckling as they left the pitch following their draw with Reading which saw them booted down to the Championship next season.

Controversial Former Sun Editor Kelvin MacKenzie Dropped from The Telegraph: The Nightly EPL

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Controversial former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie has been dropped fromThe Telegraphnewspaper after only writing one column.

MacKenzie had his column published on Thursday in a role thatThe Telegraphbilled as a regular gig. However,The Telegraph's football writer Henry Winter said it was a "one-off and won't be repeated.

Off Pitch Exploits: Good Week/Bad Week

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GOOD WEEK Breakfast In Bed, Craig Levein's: Speaking about his unofficial role as the Scotland NT manager's pet player, James Morrison confirmed to The Telegraph, "That's all I can say. I give him breakfast in bed." To keep things in context, Morrison admitted his gaffer might play favourites with him, but it's only 'cos he needs the [.