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Brighton boss De Zerbi discussed inside Bayern Munich

Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi is being discussed inside Bayern Munich.

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Burnley defenders Taylor and O'Shea reject Muric criticism

Burnley defenders Charlie Taylor and Dara O'Shea has rejected criticism of Aro Muric.

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Football League not consulted over FA Cup replay decision
FA Cup replays scrapped from next season

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Semi-final managers criticise scrapping of FA Cup replays
Semi-final managers criticise scrapping of FA Cup replays

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Fantasy Premier League: Four transfers to target for GW34
Fantasy Premier League Four transfers to target double gameweek 34 - Matheus Cunha

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Six talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend
Six talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend

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FA Cup replays to be scrapped from next season
FA Cup replays scrapped from next season

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Who is the most underrated player in the Premier League?
Who is the most underrated player in the Premier League?

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Exclusive: European giants considering raid on Brighton and Hove Albion

Bayern Munich’s search for a new manager search has suffered a fresh setback after Julian Nagelsmann opted to sign a new deal with the German...

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Sources: West Ham pursue Madrid-based forward as Wolves eye Diogo Jota-like deal

Premier League trio West Ham United, Wolves and Brighton and Hove Albion have all watched Samu Omorodion during an eye-catching breakout season in La Liga...

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'Devastated' £20m star to miss out on Wolves or Nottingham Forest move after ACL injury

With the summer edging closer by the day – not that you’d believe it to look at the weather forecast – we are reaching that...

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‘I can see that’: Paul Merson says ‘outstanding’ manager could succeed at Liverpool, not Roberto De Zerbi

Liverpool are on the hunt for a new manager to succeed Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season. Jurgen Klopp has decided that he...

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Sources: Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United keeping tabs on ‘incredible’ midfielder who ‘does the dirty work’

Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur and Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United are among the clubs who are keeping tabs on Leicester City defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, HITC...

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‘Very, very embarrassing’: Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker tear into £50m Arsenal player

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are having a wonderful season and could end up beating Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City to the Premier League...

The post ‘Very, very embarrassing’: Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker tear into £50m Arsenal player appeared first on HITC.

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s football action

Adam Wharton shines on Merseyside, Mateo Kovacic displays City’s depth and Erik ten Hag gets tetchy

Joachim Andersen was named Sky’s man of the match at Anfield and with good reason. But while the Danish centre-back won header after header and made clearance after clearance, and while the front three of Jean-Philippe Mateta, Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise caused repeated problems on the break, there was one figure who stood out in midfield for his calmness: Adam Wharton, perhaps the brightest of the hugely promising generation brought through by Tony Mowbray at Blackburn. The 20-year-old moved to Palace in January for an initial fee of £18m and has played at least some part in every Crystal Palace game since. No other Palace player came close to his pass completion rate of 88% and, while they rode their luck to an extent in the second half, they’d have had to ride a lot more had it not been for his distribution, which helped prevent Liverpool building up a head of steam. Jonathan Wilson

Match report: Liverpool 0-1 Crystal Palace

Match report: Arsenal 0-2 Aston Villa

Match report: Manchester City 5-1 Luton Town

Match report: Bournemouth 2-2 Manchester United

Match report: West Ham 0-2 Fulham

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Muric own goal hands Brighton point at Burnley after Brownhill opener

Arijanet Muric is on a one-man crusade to bring back football gaffe videos but he might need to pay Bart Verbruggen some royalties, too.

Last week, Muric whacked a clearance against Dominic Calvert-Lewin to gift Everton three points and on Saturday he let a meek Sander Berge backpass under his foot to cost Burnley a much-needed victory.

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Welcome returns at Liverpool, Arsenal and Villa juggle ambitions and Guimarães’s discipline under scrutiny

Should Bruno Guimarães be booked against Tottenham at St James’ Park the Newcastle and Brazil midfielder faces a dilemma. Given that Guimarães is on nine yellow cards, a 10th would trigger an automatic two-game suspension, depriving Eddie Howe of a key player for forthcoming games at Crystal Palace and at home to Sheffield United. Alternatively, Guimarães could make sure he collected a second yellow card, ideally late in stoppage time, and be sent off. In such a red card scenario, the sanction would merely be a one-game ban. Considering that Guimarães has managed to avoid a booking in 10 games since mid-January the best solution would be to extend that run to 11 matches and then relax in the knowledge that the accumulated bookings slate will be wiped clean after the Premier League’s 32nd game – Tottenham’s visit to Newcastle. Yet if the Brazilian transgresses do not be surprised if he follows Anthony Gordon’s example.Gordon has remained on eight bookings, despite acquiring his ninth and 10th yellow cards in his team’s recent 4-3 home win over West Ham. The collection of the second, deep in stoppage time, dictated that yellow became red and, despite Gordon being sent off, the England winger stayed on eight bookings. The current rules certainly seem ripe for manipulation. Louise Taylor

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Kai Havertz inspires Arsenal again, Jarrad Branthwaite stands tall and Manchester City prioritise fresh legs

If emotion is carrying Liverpool towards a glorious farewell to Jürgen Klopp, then Old Trafford required cooler heads. Harvey Elliott’s point-rescuing contribution as substitute stood out because, for all his energy, he played with intelligence, seeking to progress the ball and tempting Aaron Wan-Bissaka into conceding a penalty. The likes of Dominik Szoboszlai and even usual pass-master Alexis Mac Allister had allowed a red mist to consume them. Luis Díaz, Mohamed Salah and Darwin Núñez – a modern “Crazy Horse” yet more madcap than Emlyn Hughes – were also guilty of impetuousness. On the sidelines, Klopp himself looked in danger of exploding, particularly after Kobbie Mainoo was granted space to score. With so little time in between matches, minds as tired as the legs, little wonder nerves are fraying. Liverpool must hope Manchester City and Arsenal develop the same anxieties that allowed what should have been an easy win at Old Trafford to slip away from them. John Brewin

Match report: Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool

Match report: Tottenham 3-1 Nottingham Forest

Match report: Aston Villa 3-3 Brentford

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‘You have to earn the right to win’: Arteta hails Arsenal’s mentality

  • Manager believes team will draw confidence before away tests
  • Arteta praises ‘really good’ Kai Havertz after 3-0 victory

Mikel Arteta said that Arsenal’s 3-0 win at Brighton pointed the way to further away-day successes in the Premier League title run-in, where his team’s hopes stand to be decided.

Arsenal, who jumped back to the top of the table above Liverpool and Manchester City after a victory inspired by their captain, Martin Ødegaard, and Kai Havertz, must play at Wolves, Tottenham and Manchester United before the end of the season.

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Arsenal all White on the night as England rebel shines for Arteta | Ed Aarons

Brighton’s fans did not give their former favourite a warm welcome but he responded with an immaculate performance

For someone who professes to not enjoy watching football in his spare time, Ben White is pretty good at playing it. On his 100th Premier League appearance for Arsenal, the England rebel put in another immaculate performance against his former club as Mikel Arteta’s side overcame the latest hurdle in their quest for the Premier League title despite a significant test of their credentials by Brighton.

This was the type of occasion that had seemed set up for Arsenal to falter after Manchester City’s emphatic victory against Crystal Palace earlier in the afternoon. But Arteta’s players are made of sterner stuff these days and the result was never really in doubt once Kai Havertz had touched home Jorginho’s cross on the hour mark.

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Northampton boss Brady: Brighton loanee Leonard among best to wear this shirt

Northampton boss Jon Brady has sung the praises of loan pair Marc Leonard and Kieron Bowie.

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Brighton boss De Zerbi admits fatigue issues frustration

Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi has no answer to fatigue issues.

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Brighton to try again for Fiorentina attacker Nico Gonzalez

Brighton are watching Fiorentina attacker Nico Gonzalez.

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Murray: Best players now stay longer at Brighton

Brighton are getting the best young players in the world for a very specific reason.

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Brighton midfielder Jakub Moder enjoying new role

Brighton midfielder Jakub Moder has no issues with being played out of position by his manager.

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The Insider - Rudy Galetti: Xabi closer to Real Madrid; Man Utd plan massive clearout; Spurs, Inter Milan battle for Gudmundsson

Xabi Alonso, the king of Germany waits for Real Madrid; Romelu Lukaku to Saudi could happen this summer; And Chelsea are attracted to Roberto De Zerbi. Here are some of the main stories over the last few days of the transfer market from TribalFootball's transfer expert Rudy Galetti.

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Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Saturday, April 20
Mail Sport's racing expert Robin Goodfellow delivers his tips for Saturday's meetings at Ayr, Newbury, Bangor-on-Dee, Thirsk, Brighton and Nottingham.

Mikel Arteta defends Arsenal after back-to-back defeats and insists the Gunners are 'fully focused' on re-taking Premier League top spot by beating Wolves
Arsenal surrendered the top spot in the Premier League after a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa meant Manchester City remained above them in the table, despite having plenty of chances to score.

Man City's Double Treble quest could still disintegrate into nothing after penalty heartbreak against Real... Pep Guardiola must rally his troops - but a crucial week has just got bigger, writes JACK GAUGHAN
JACK GAUGHAN AT THE ETIHAD: Bernardo Silva did fire a warning earlier in the week. A warning of what lay around the corner. A warning that a potential Treble could quickly disintegrate.

Man United could be set for their WORST ever Premier League finish, Newcastle are on a roll, and Chelsea have FINALLY hit form at the right time... but who will clinch the remaining European spots?
While everyone's attention is understandably focused on the Premier League title race, another intriguing battle is unfolding slightly lower on the table. But who will make it into Europe?

Bernardo Silva insists Manchester City are inspired by 'creating a legacy' as they bid to win ANOTHER treble ahead of huge cup games against Real Madrid and Chelsea
City continue the defence of their Champions League crown in Wednesday's quarter-final second leg with ole foes Real Madrid having also jumped to the top of the Premier League.

Liverpool fans urge the club to appoint shock replacement for Jurgen Klopp who is a 'winner' and 'an elite coach' after being linked with Ruben Amorim and Roberto De Zerbi
The search for the German's successor is underway after he announced he would end his nine-year spell at Anfield - with the club's top target Xabi Alonso turning them down.

“Could be a very good acquisition for Liverpool” - Jamie Carragher names manager he would want ahead of Roberto De Zerbi at Anfield

"The necessary talent to be able to do important things" - Under-fire Chelsea star receives special praise from Barcelona icon Carles Puyol

Chelsea Transfer News Roundup: Blues eyeing double exit; club not entirely convinced by Roberto De Zerbi, and more - April 16, 2024

Burnley vs Brighton & Hove Albion Prediction and Betting Tips | 13th April 2024

3 compelling reasons why Manchester United are pursuing Dan Ashworth for sporting director role

Barcelona Transfer News Roundup: Catalans advised to sign Brahim Diaz, club receive Amadou Onana boost, and more - April 8, 2024

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Brighton boss De Zerbi discussed inside Bayern Munich

Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi is being discussed inside Bayern Munich.

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Burnley defenders Taylor and O'Shea reject Muric criticism

Burnley defenders Charlie Taylor and Dara O'Shea has rejected criticism of Aro Muric.

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Football League not consulted over FA Cup replay decision
FA Cup replays scrapped from next season

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The post Football League not consulted over FA Cup replay decision first appeared on The Football Faithful.

Semi-final managers criticise scrapping of FA Cup replays
Semi-final managers criticise scrapping of FA Cup replays

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The post Semi-final managers criticise scrapping of FA Cup replays first appeared on The Football Faithful.

Fantasy Premier League: Four transfers to target for GW34
Fantasy Premier League Four transfers to target double gameweek 34 - Matheus Cunha

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The post Fantasy Premier League: Four transfers to target for GW34 first appeared on The Football Faithful.

Six talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend
Six talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend

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The post Six talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend first appeared on The Football Faithful.

FA Cup replays to be scrapped from next season
FA Cup replays scrapped from next season

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The post FA Cup replays to be scrapped from next season first appeared on The Football Faithful.

Who is the most underrated player in the Premier League?
Who is the most underrated player in the Premier League?

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The post Who is the most underrated player in the Premier League? first appeared on The Football Faithful.

Exclusive: European giants considering raid on Brighton and Hove Albion

Bayern Munich’s search for a new manager search has suffered a fresh setback after Julian Nagelsmann opted to sign a new deal with the German...

The post Exclusive: European giants considering raid on Brighton and Hove Albion appeared first on HITC.

Sources: West Ham pursue Madrid-based forward as Wolves eye Diogo Jota-like deal

Premier League trio West Ham United, Wolves and Brighton and Hove Albion have all watched Samu Omorodion during an eye-catching breakout season in La Liga...

The post Sources: West Ham pursue Madrid-based forward as Wolves eye Diogo Jota-like deal appeared first on HITC.

'Devastated' £20m star to miss out on Wolves or Nottingham Forest move after ACL injury

With the summer edging closer by the day – not that you’d believe it to look at the weather forecast – we are reaching that...

The post 'Devastated' £20m star to miss out on Wolves or Nottingham Forest move after ACL injury appeared first on HITC.

‘I can see that’: Paul Merson says ‘outstanding’ manager could succeed at Liverpool, not Roberto De Zerbi

Liverpool are on the hunt for a new manager to succeed Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season. Jurgen Klopp has decided that he...

The post ‘I can see that’: Paul Merson says ‘outstanding’ manager could succeed at Liverpool, not Roberto De Zerbi appeared first on HITC.

Sources: Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United keeping tabs on ‘incredible’ midfielder who ‘does the dirty work’

Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur and Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United are among the clubs who are keeping tabs on Leicester City defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, HITC...

The post Sources: Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United keeping tabs on ‘incredible’ midfielder who ‘does the dirty work’ appeared first on HITC.

‘Very, very embarrassing’: Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker tear into £50m Arsenal player

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are having a wonderful season and could end up beating Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City to the Premier League...

The post ‘Very, very embarrassing’: Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker tear into £50m Arsenal player appeared first on HITC.

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s football action

Adam Wharton shines on Merseyside, Mateo Kovacic displays City’s depth and Erik ten Hag gets tetchy

Joachim Andersen was named Sky’s man of the match at Anfield and with good reason. But while the Danish centre-back won header after header and made clearance after clearance, and while the front three of Jean-Philippe Mateta, Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise caused repeated problems on the break, there was one figure who stood out in midfield for his calmness: Adam Wharton, perhaps the brightest of the hugely promising generation brought through by Tony Mowbray at Blackburn. The 20-year-old moved to Palace in January for an initial fee of £18m and has played at least some part in every Crystal Palace game since. No other Palace player came close to his pass completion rate of 88% and, while they rode their luck to an extent in the second half, they’d have had to ride a lot more had it not been for his distribution, which helped prevent Liverpool building up a head of steam. Jonathan Wilson

Match report: Liverpool 0-1 Crystal Palace

Match report: Arsenal 0-2 Aston Villa

Match report: Manchester City 5-1 Luton Town

Match report: Bournemouth 2-2 Manchester United

Match report: West Ham 0-2 Fulham

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Muric own goal hands Brighton point at Burnley after Brownhill opener

Arijanet Muric is on a one-man crusade to bring back football gaffe videos but he might need to pay Bart Verbruggen some royalties, too.

Last week, Muric whacked a clearance against Dominic Calvert-Lewin to gift Everton three points and on Saturday he let a meek Sander Berge backpass under his foot to cost Burnley a much-needed victory.

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Welcome returns at Liverpool, Arsenal and Villa juggle ambitions and Guimarães’s discipline under scrutiny

Should Bruno Guimarães be booked against Tottenham at St James’ Park the Newcastle and Brazil midfielder faces a dilemma. Given that Guimarães is on nine yellow cards, a 10th would trigger an automatic two-game suspension, depriving Eddie Howe of a key player for forthcoming games at Crystal Palace and at home to Sheffield United. Alternatively, Guimarães could make sure he collected a second yellow card, ideally late in stoppage time, and be sent off. In such a red card scenario, the sanction would merely be a one-game ban. Considering that Guimarães has managed to avoid a booking in 10 games since mid-January the best solution would be to extend that run to 11 matches and then relax in the knowledge that the accumulated bookings slate will be wiped clean after the Premier League’s 32nd game – Tottenham’s visit to Newcastle. Yet if the Brazilian transgresses do not be surprised if he follows Anthony Gordon’s example.Gordon has remained on eight bookings, despite acquiring his ninth and 10th yellow cards in his team’s recent 4-3 home win over West Ham. The collection of the second, deep in stoppage time, dictated that yellow became red and, despite Gordon being sent off, the England winger stayed on eight bookings. The current rules certainly seem ripe for manipulation. Louise Taylor

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Kai Havertz inspires Arsenal again, Jarrad Branthwaite stands tall and Manchester City prioritise fresh legs

If emotion is carrying Liverpool towards a glorious farewell to Jürgen Klopp, then Old Trafford required cooler heads. Harvey Elliott’s point-rescuing contribution as substitute stood out because, for all his energy, he played with intelligence, seeking to progress the ball and tempting Aaron Wan-Bissaka into conceding a penalty. The likes of Dominik Szoboszlai and even usual pass-master Alexis Mac Allister had allowed a red mist to consume them. Luis Díaz, Mohamed Salah and Darwin Núñez – a modern “Crazy Horse” yet more madcap than Emlyn Hughes – were also guilty of impetuousness. On the sidelines, Klopp himself looked in danger of exploding, particularly after Kobbie Mainoo was granted space to score. With so little time in between matches, minds as tired as the legs, little wonder nerves are fraying. Liverpool must hope Manchester City and Arsenal develop the same anxieties that allowed what should have been an easy win at Old Trafford to slip away from them. John Brewin

Match report: Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool

Match report: Tottenham 3-1 Nottingham Forest

Match report: Aston Villa 3-3 Brentford

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‘You have to earn the right to win’: Arteta hails Arsenal’s mentality

  • Manager believes team will draw confidence before away tests
  • Arteta praises ‘really good’ Kai Havertz after 3-0 victory

Mikel Arteta said that Arsenal’s 3-0 win at Brighton pointed the way to further away-day successes in the Premier League title run-in, where his team’s hopes stand to be decided.

Arsenal, who jumped back to the top of the table above Liverpool and Manchester City after a victory inspired by their captain, Martin Ødegaard, and Kai Havertz, must play at Wolves, Tottenham and Manchester United before the end of the season.

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Arsenal all White on the night as England rebel shines for Arteta | Ed Aarons

Brighton’s fans did not give their former favourite a warm welcome but he responded with an immaculate performance

For someone who professes to not enjoy watching football in his spare time, Ben White is pretty good at playing it. On his 100th Premier League appearance for Arsenal, the England rebel put in another immaculate performance against his former club as Mikel Arteta’s side overcame the latest hurdle in their quest for the Premier League title despite a significant test of their credentials by Brighton.

This was the type of occasion that had seemed set up for Arsenal to falter after Manchester City’s emphatic victory against Crystal Palace earlier in the afternoon. But Arteta’s players are made of sterner stuff these days and the result was never really in doubt once Kai Havertz had touched home Jorginho’s cross on the hour mark.

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Northampton boss Brady: Brighton loanee Leonard among best to wear this shirt

Northampton boss Jon Brady has sung the praises of loan pair Marc Leonard and Kieron Bowie.

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Brighton boss De Zerbi admits fatigue issues frustration

Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi has no answer to fatigue issues.

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Brighton to try again for Fiorentina attacker Nico Gonzalez

Brighton are watching Fiorentina attacker Nico Gonzalez.

Read more on Tribal Football

Murray: Best players now stay longer at Brighton

Brighton are getting the best young players in the world for a very specific reason.

Read more on Tribal Football

Brighton midfielder Jakub Moder enjoying new role

Brighton midfielder Jakub Moder has no issues with being played out of position by his manager.

Read more on Tribal Football

The Insider - Rudy Galetti: Xabi closer to Real Madrid; Man Utd plan massive clearout; Spurs, Inter Milan battle for Gudmundsson

Xabi Alonso, the king of Germany waits for Real Madrid; Romelu Lukaku to Saudi could happen this summer; And Chelsea are attracted to Roberto De Zerbi. Here are some of the main stories over the last few days of the transfer market from TribalFootball's transfer expert Rudy Galetti.

Read more on Tribal Football

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Saturday, April 20
Mail Sport's racing expert Robin Goodfellow delivers his tips for Saturday's meetings at Ayr, Newbury, Bangor-on-Dee, Thirsk, Brighton and Nottingham.

Mikel Arteta defends Arsenal after back-to-back defeats and insists the Gunners are 'fully focused' on re-taking Premier League top spot by beating Wolves
Arsenal surrendered the top spot in the Premier League after a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa meant Manchester City remained above them in the table, despite having plenty of chances to score.

Man City's Double Treble quest could still disintegrate into nothing after penalty heartbreak against Real... Pep Guardiola must rally his troops - but a crucial week has just got bigger, writes JACK GAUGHAN
JACK GAUGHAN AT THE ETIHAD: Bernardo Silva did fire a warning earlier in the week. A warning of what lay around the corner. A warning that a potential Treble could quickly disintegrate.

Man United could be set for their WORST ever Premier League finish, Newcastle are on a roll, and Chelsea have FINALLY hit form at the right time... but who will clinch the remaining European spots?
While everyone's attention is understandably focused on the Premier League title race, another intriguing battle is unfolding slightly lower on the table. But who will make it into Europe?

Bernardo Silva insists Manchester City are inspired by 'creating a legacy' as they bid to win ANOTHER treble ahead of huge cup games against Real Madrid and Chelsea
City continue the defence of their Champions League crown in Wednesday's quarter-final second leg with ole foes Real Madrid having also jumped to the top of the Premier League.

Liverpool fans urge the club to appoint shock replacement for Jurgen Klopp who is a 'winner' and 'an elite coach' after being linked with Ruben Amorim and Roberto De Zerbi
The search for the German's successor is underway after he announced he would end his nine-year spell at Anfield - with the club's top target Xabi Alonso turning them down.

“Could be a very good acquisition for Liverpool” - Jamie Carragher names manager he would want ahead of Roberto De Zerbi at Anfield

"The necessary talent to be able to do important things" - Under-fire Chelsea star receives special praise from Barcelona icon Carles Puyol

Chelsea Transfer News Roundup: Blues eyeing double exit; club not entirely convinced by Roberto De Zerbi, and more - April 16, 2024

Burnley vs Brighton & Hove Albion Prediction and Betting Tips | 13th April 2024

3 compelling reasons why Manchester United are pursuing Dan Ashworth for sporting director role

Barcelona Transfer News Roundup: Catalans advised to sign Brahim Diaz, club receive Amadou Onana boost, and more - April 8, 2024

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