Ogden: Mourinho & Levy a recipe for disaster (1:25)
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Man United only have a 'puncher's chance' to beat Liverpool (1:31)
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Rodgers: Maddison will learn from lapse in judgment (1:35)
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Pochettino would support players walk off (0:46)
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Spurs don't need January signings - Pochettino

Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino has said that the club does not need to sign players in the January transfer window.

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Ozil: It's always my fault if we don't do well

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has said he is always blamed when things go wrong at Arsenal, but that he will remain at the club until at least 2021.

How realistic are the Allegri to Man United rumours? (1:19)
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Ex-Prem boss Scudamore to help A-League clubs

Former Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore has been appointed special advisor to the A-League clubs and the FFA head of leagues.

Top 5 Golden Boy candidates (1:54)
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Sources: Sanchez out until 2020 after surgery

Inter forward Alexis Sanchez has undergone surgery on his left ankle and sources have told ESPN FC he is expected to miss the rest of the year.

Leboeuf: Giroud may need to leave Chelsea (1:05)
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Mark Ogden Senior Writer, ESPN FC 

Bulgaria vs. England in Sofia was temporarily halted during the first half following a complaint of racist abuse toward England defender Tyrone Mings. Referee Ivan Bebek triggered the first step of UEFA's three-step protocol by instructing a message to be played over the PA system to warn of abandonment if the ‘racist behaviour' continued.

Cech always wanted to play ice hockey over football (1:09)
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Southgate warns Maddison after casino visit

England manager Gareth Southgate has said that James Maddison has learned a lesson after the Leicester City player was photographed in a casino.

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Van der Sar on Man Utd role: I'm interested

Edwin van der Sar has said that he would be interested in returning to Manchester United with the club in search of a football director.