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Football News Roundup – May 22, 2017

  • Karanka keen to stay in England
    Former Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka admits he wants to stay working in England as he plots his next move in management.
  • Wasilewski to leave Leicester
    Marcin Wasilewski will leave Leicester City at the end of the season after a four-year spell with the club where he became a Premier League winner. 
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Football News Roundup – May 21, 2017

  • Pulis: Top six to get even stronger
    Tony Pulis is predicting that the talent gap between the top six clubs in the Premier League, and those who sit in mid-table, will get even wider next season.
  • Merson's predictions
    Paul Merson returns with his final set of Premier League predictions ahead of the last round of fixtures on Sunday afternoon.
  • Swansea v West Brom preview
    Swansea City manager Paul Clement is demanding three points in his side's final game of the season at home to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday afternoon.
  • Sheringham's #One2Eleven
    Former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur forward Teddy Sheringham picked an impressive #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club on Friday.
  • Leicester boss keen to recruit
    Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare has admitted the Foxes face an important summer of recruitment after his squad's strength in depth was exposed by Tottenham on Thursday.
  • Leicester v Bournemouth preview
    Craig Shakespeare will be hoping for a response from his Leicester players after their 6-1 home defeat to Tottenham when they play Bournemouth on Sunday.
  • Why final day could mean millions
    Think the season is over? Think again. We've worked out what your club could earn in prize money on the final day of the campaign.
  • Pavlakis resigns Birmingham role
    Birmingham City director Panos Pavlakis has resigned with immediate effect.
  • Chesterfield to sign trio
    Chesterfield are to sign trio Scott Wiseman, Joe Anyon, Bradley Barry when their contracts expire at the end of June.
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20May/17Off

Football News Roundup – May 20, 2017

  • TFFC: Win Sheringham's team sheet
    Teddy Sheringham will be picking his #One2Eleven onThe Fantasy Football Club on Friday.
  • On Goals on Sunday...
    We welcome two big-name guests for the final Goals on Sunday of the season.
  • WATCH: PL Goals of the week
    There were some cracking strikes in the Premier League this week and you can watch the best of the bunch right here.
  • Where next for Terry?
    John Terry will wave goodbye to Stamford Bridge on Sunday following Chelsea's Premier League season-ending match with Sunderland.
  • Breakout stars of the season
    Marcus Rashford and Dele Alli were last year's breakout stars in the Premier League, but which young players made a name for themselves in 2016/17? Here are five who caught the eye.
  • WATCH: Midweek goals and highlights
    Watch goals from the midweek football action, including the Premier League, Sky Bet EFL play-offs, La Liga and Coppa Italia.
  • Super Kane hits four in rout
    Harry Kane scored four goals to take him to the top of the Premier League scoring charts as Tottenham thrashed Leicester 6-1 on Thursday.
  • Shakespeare hopes loss is one-off
    Craig Shakespeare says he hopes Leicester's 6-1 defeat by Tottenham is just a "one-off" after a disappointing night at the King Power Stadium.
  • WATCH: Kane's four goals
    Ruthless Harry Kane struck four goals as Tottenham dismantled Leicester 6-1.
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Football News Roundup – May 19, 2017

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Football News Roundup – May 18, 2017

  • Leicester owners to buy OHL
    Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has agreed to buy Oud-Heverlee Leuven, the Belgian club has confirmed.
  • Taylor offered new Leeds deal
    Leeds have offered Charlie Taylor a new two-year contract and released six players as Garry Monk gets his summer plans under way.
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Football News Roundup – May 17, 2017

  • Knockaert miss tops play-offs poll
    Anthony Knockaert's injury-time penalty miss in Leicester's 2013 Championship play-off semi-final defeat to Watford has been voted the most agonising moment in play-off history, in a Sky Bet poll.
  • Lambert's Wolves future in doubt
    Paul Lambert is unlikely to continue as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers next season because of disagreements over the club's transfer policy, according to Sky sources.
  • Cotterill rejects Blues role
    Steve Cotterill has turned down the chance to take up the Birmingham assistant manager's role on a permanent basis.
  • Premier League pre-season plans
    It's still all to play for in the Premier League but the summer schedule is starting to get packed with pre-season tours and tournaments as clubs keep one eye on next term.
  • Evans: Jose decision is 'brave'
    Jonny Evans thinks Jose Mourinho has made a "brave" decision by going all-out for the Europa League rather than finishing in the top four.
  • The MNF Awards 2016/17
    As the Premier League season draws to a close, Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville dished out a few accolades on Monday Night Football.
  • WATCH: MNF's season review
    It was time for reflection on the final Monday Night Football of the 2016/17 season.
  • RESULT: MNF Goal of the Season
    Emre Can's overhead kick against Watford was voted Goal of the Season by Monday Night Football viewers - but Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville did not agree with the result.
  • Merson's predictions
    Paul Merson joins us for his penultimate predictions piece of the season as the Premier League draws to a close.
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16May/17Off

Football News Roundup – May 16, 2017

  • Burton target Liverpool youngster
    Burton Albion have drawn up a list of summer transfer targets that includes Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson, Fulham striker Cauley Woodrow and MK Dons midfielder Ben Reeves, Sky Sports News HQ understands.
  • Premier League hotlist
    Who were the best Premier League players from the weekend games? We take a look at the man-of-the-match performances in our hotlist.
  • VOTE: Best PL champions
    Following Chelsea's Premier League title win, we want to know who gets your vote as the best champions of the Premier League era.
  • VOTE: MNF Goal of the Season
    There have been some special goals in the Premier League this season, but which one was the best?
  • WATCH: Premier League goals
    Watch Premier League goals and highlights from all the weekend's action.
  • Shakespeare's pledge to Mahrez
    Craig Shakespeare has insisted that Riyad Mahrez will be appreciated at Leicester as the forward considers his future at the club.
  • Baggies to probe crowd trouble
    West Brom are set to conduct their own investigation after police arrested nine people at the club's Premier League match with Chelsea on Friday night.
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Football News Roundup – May 15, 2017

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Football News Roundup – May 13, 2017

  • Championship play-off guide
    We examine the race for the Premier League as Reading, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield and Fulham do battle in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs.
  • Redknapp signs Birmingham deal
    Harry Redknapp has been confirmed as the permanent manager of Birmingham City on a one-year contract and could become the highest paid manager in the club's history, Sky sources understand.
  • Carling In Off The Bar's back!
    Chelsea travel to West Brom on Friday hoping to clinch the title and we're inviting you to gear up for the crunch Sky Sports clash with Carling In Off The Bar, our fun-packed online show.
  • The best goalscoring defenders?
    The two top-scoring centre-backs in this season's Premier League will face off when West Brom host Chelsea at The Hawthorns on Friday night.
  • Who is the best boss?
    Tony Pulis has never won the LMA Manager of the Year award but he will have his backers this year as he closes in on a top-half Premier League finish for the first time in his career.
  • Premier League's best playmaker?
    We consult the stats and the Soccer Saturday pundits to work out who is the Premier League's best playmaker.
  • Merson's predictions
    Paul Merson is back for another round of Premier League predictions ahead of a huge weekend of action.
  • LISTEN: Stat Attack podcast
    Who are the Premier League's top tacklers and most underrated strikers? Download the Stat Attack podcast to find out!
  • Predictor: Who makes top four?
    The Sky Sports Premier Predictor has revealed which teams will finish in the top four. Read on to see who makes the cut...
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Football News Roundup – May 12, 2017

  • Redknapp to sign Birmingham deal
    Harry Redknapp will meet representatives of Birmingham City's owners on Thursday evening to officially sign as the club's manager, Sky sources understand.
  • Gardner move made permanent
    Craig Gardner has rejoined Birmingham City permanently following his loan spell from West Bromwich Albion.
  • Pulis: We'll be competitive
    West Brom boss Tony Pulis says Chelsea deserve to win the Premier League this season but insists his side will be no pushovers when the two teams meet this weekend.
  • Blues appoint director of football
    Birmingham City have announced the appointment of former Real Madrid scout Jeff Vetere as director of football as they look to remodel the club's recruitment strategy.
  • Your club's Player of the Year...
    It's awards season up and down the country, but which players have been crowned the best at your Premier League club?
  • Five players depart Burton
    Burton goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin is one of five players to have been released by the club.
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