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Bilic appointed West Brom boss

Slaven Bilic is entrusted to lead West Brom back to the Premier League and is appointed on a two-year deal as Darren Moore's permanent successor.

Man Utd complete signing of Wales winger Daniel James

James signs a five-year contract, with the option to extend for a further year.

Leeds confirms Bielsa to continue as coach next season

Leeds will be seeking a return to the top-flight for the first time since 2004.

Villa boss Smith: Potential is massive

Villa manager Dean Smith feel the owners of the Villains are committed for the long haul and that means big potential for the Midlands club.

Villa return to Premier League with win over Derby County

Aston Villa have been absent from the Premier League for three years.

Sarri’s Chelsea future in spotlight as Europa final looms

Sarri could still be given the sack as Roman Abramovich’s advisers feel the former Napoli boss is not the man to guide the Blues.

Liverpool’s Alisson ready for biggest test of his life

The Brazil international reached the Champions League semi-finals last season, only for Liverpool to beat his Roma team prior to his move to Anfield.

Man City eyes Malaysia’s football scene

Potential collaboration could see the English club owning a Malaysian football club.

Arsenal have ‘ammunition’ for transfer spree says Sanllehi

Gunners’ head of football is confident their planning has set them up for a good transfer window even if they don’t make the Champions League.

Treble winners Man City enjoy parade

City paints the town sky blue as both the men’s and women’s team celebrate their respective successes through Manchester’s city centre.

Man City crush Watford to take FA Cup and complete treble

Manchester City are the first team to win the English treble of Premier League, League Cup and FA Cup.

Derby fight back to beat Leeds and set final date with...

Derby became the first team to turn around a first-leg home defeat in the playoffs.

City concerned by Champions League ban story

City says the New York Times report citing 'people familiar with the case' is extremely concerning.

United face daunting task to recover former glories

It is difficult to overstate the dramatic nature of United's demise in recent years.

Hughton sacked as Brighton manager

Hughton's final game in charge was Sunday's 4-1 home defeat by title-winning Manchester City.

City and Liverpool set new standards with ‘fusion football’

Liverpool and Manchester City don't have a set formation that they follow.

Ruthless Man City survive scare to clinch title in style

City ended the season with 98 points, just two shy of last season's record-breaking 100.

Man City on brink of Premier League glory, but Liverpool keep...

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are firm favourites to retain the title.

Leeds win 1-0 at Derby in playoff semi-final first leg

Kemar Roofe scored in the second half of Leeds' match against Derby County to give his team a one-point lead

Klopp backs Liverpool for Premier League miracle

The Reds are one point behind leaders Manchester City heading into their final game of the season against Wolves at Anfield.

Man City on brink of title as epic race reaches climax

If there was ever a case to share the trophy it is this season, such has been the excellence of both Liverpool and City.

De Ligt: It’s a nightmare

De Light laments giving Spurs silly goals which ended their excellent journey in Europe this season.

Eriksen: Heart and fight key to Spurs stunning win

Tottenham were 3-0 down on aggregate, but Eriksen says the comeback was inspired by good old fashion hard work and determination.

Moura treble puts Tottenham into Champions League final

Lucas Moura popped up with a second half hat-trick to send Tottenham to their first European Cup final ever.