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    Sports Lampard disappointed VAR shuns Chelsea penalty – P.M. News
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    Sports Guardiola’s new Premier League season gets worse as Man City suffers another injury setback –
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    Sports EPL: Guardiola reveals why Man City failed to beat West Ham United – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Sports EPL: Arsenal confirm three key players to miss Leicester City clash – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Sports Premier League confirms eight new virus infections – TODAY News
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    Sports Newcastle vs Man Utd: Solskjaer reveals who to blame for poor start to season – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Sports Tension at Stamford Bridge as Lampard names 2 big players who won’t face Southampton in tough EPL tie –
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    Sports Premier League to switch 5 games per week to pay-per-view – Daily Post News
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    Sports “He’s Not Going To Sleep Very Well!” – Mourinho Sympathises With Solskjaer – Nairaland
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    Sports Solskjaer says 6-1 mauling by Spurs was his worst day at Manchester United – Ladun Liadi’s Blog
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    Sports Mourinho speaks on Man Utd signing Cavani after losing 6-1 to Tottenham – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Sports Jurgen Klopp reacts to Liverpool’s shock 7-2 loss to Aston Villa – Laila’s Blog
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    Sports Everton fans toast Iwobi after huge Brighton win –
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    Sports City boss Guardiola blasts new handball ruling as ‘quite ridiculous!’ – Vanguard News
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    Sports Chelsea vs Liverpool: Lampard reacts to Christensen’s red card in 2-0 defeat – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Sports Solskjaer: Man Utd ‘must strengthen’ after ‘big step forward’ – Vanguard News
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    Sports Ancelotti confident new-look Everton can shake up top six after Spurs win – Vanguard News
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    Sports Salah hat-trick saves Liverpool, Arsenal cruise as Premier League returns – Vanguard News
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    Sports EPL: Gary Lineker predicts how Chelsea, Man Utd, Arsenal, others will finish this season – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Sports Klopp shrugs off rivals’ spending as Premier League kicks off – The Guardian Nigeria News