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Football News Roundup – May 25, 2015

  • Club-by-club review
    We reflect on the 2014/15 Premier League season with the help of stats and pundit views...
  • Pulis: West Brom future unsure
    West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis is thrilled with how the team responded to his arrival in January but admits he is in the dark over the club’s future.
  • Pearson: We want to aim higher
    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson says he will be aiming higher than just surviving in the Premier League next season.
  • Given a doubt for Cup final
    Shay Given is a doubt for Aston Villa's FA Cup final with Arsenal, boss Tim Sherwood has revealed.
  • Leicester hit five against QPR
    Leicester capped their hugely successful return to life as a Premier League club in fantastic style with a thumping 5-1 win over relegated QPR at a jubilant King Power Stadium.
  • Leicester season review
    We reflect on Leicester's remarkable 2014/15 campaign with top stats, quotes and pundit views...
  • Burnley sign off with a win
    Danny Ings marked what is likely to be his final appearance for Burnley by scoring the winning goal as they beat Aston Villa 1-0 at Villa Park.
  • West Brom season review
    We reflect on West Brom's 2014/15 season, with stats, quotes and pundit views...
  • Walcott treble in Arsenal rout
    Arsenal warmed up for next week’s FA Cup final in fine style after Theo Walcott’s first-half hat-trick inspired them to a 4-1 victory against West Brom.
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Football News Roundup – May 24, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 23, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 22, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 21, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 20, 2015

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Football News Roundup – May 19, 2015

  • WATCH: Mad red card for Cesc
    Cesc Fabregas was sent off in the first half of Chelsea's 3-0 defeat to West Brom on Monday Night Football - and it was a highly unusual dismissal.
  • Pulis: Chelsea best by a mile
    West Brom manager Tony Pulis hailed Chelsea as "worthy champions" after Albion's 3-0 victory at home to the Blues on Monday night.
  • WATCH: Pulis gone in 30 seconds
    Tony Pulis watched his side serve up a shock win over Chelsea - but seemed in a hurry at his post-match press conference...
  • Mourinho questions red card
    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised referee Mike Jones for sending off Cesc Fabregas, saying he could have resolved the situation "with words".
  • Fabregas off as Chelsea run ends
    Cesc Fabregas received a bizarre red card as Chelsea lost their unbeaten run with a 3-0 defeat at West Brom on Monday evening.
  • WATCH: Best ever Premier League team?
    Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville picked their best-ever Premier League teams on Monday Night Football - one made up of players from Great Britain and Ireland, the other from foreign imports.
  • The MNF Awards
    Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville named their team of the season and dished out their end-of-season awards during the final Monday Night Football of the season.
  • Mowbray extends Coventry stay
    Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray has signed a new two-year deal which will extend his stay with the Sky Blues until at least 2017.
  • West Brom edge towards sale
    West Bromwich Albion chairman Jeremy Peace has revealed potential new owners have entered due diligence ahead of a potential sale of the Premier League club.
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18May/15Off

Football News Roundup – May 18, 2015

  • West Brom v Chelsea preview
    West Brom welcome Premier League champions Chelsea to The Hawthorns for their final home game of the season on Monday Night Football.
  • Pulis urges Berahino to stay
    Tony Pulis has urged star striker Saido Berahino to stay at West Brom next season amid speculation linking him with a summer transfer.
  • ​Fond memories for Friedel
    Brad Friedel told Goals on Sunday that he is looking forward to retirement after hanging up his gloves following a career spanning three decades.
  • Saunders plans contract talks
    Chesterfield’s new manager Dean Saunders plans to hold talks with out-of-contract trio Jimmy Ryan, Drew Talbot and Armand Gnanduillet in the hope he can convince them to stay at the club.
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Football News Roundup – May 18, 2015

  • West Brom v Chelsea preview
    West Brom welcome Premier League champions Chelsea to The Hawthorns for their final home game of the season on Monday Night Football.
  • Pulis urges Berahino to stay
    Tony Pulis has urged star striker Saido Berahino to stay at West Brom next season amid speculation linking him with a summer transfer.
  • ​Fond memories for Friedel
    Brad Friedel told Goals on Sunday that he is looking forward to retirement after hanging up his gloves following a career spanning three decades.
  • Saunders plans contract talks
    Chesterfield’s new manager Dean Saunders plans to hold talks with out-of-contract trio Jimmy Ryan, Drew Talbot and Armand Gnanduillet in the hope he can convince them to stay at the club.
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Football News Roundup – May 17, 2015

  • Jose Baxter fails drugs test
    Sheffield United midfielder Jose Baxter has failed a drugs test and has been suspended by his League One club.
  • Pearson proud of Leicester
    Leicester boss Nigel Pearson says he is proud of how his side have maintained their standards and work ethic throughout a tough Premier League season.
  • Koeman stunned by Mane treble
    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman hailed hat-trick hero Sadio Mane after his side’s 6-1 demolition of Aston Villa.
  • Sherwood 'hurt' by defeat
    Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood said his side's first-half display at Southampton "hurt" and was the worst since he took over.
  • Leicester safe after draw
    Leicester City will be playing Premier League football next season after they secured a 0-0 draw at Sunderland on a tense afternoon at the Stadium of Light.
  • Premier League round-up
    Leicester secured Premier League survival while Newcastle and Hull are defeated at QPR and Tottenham respectively.
  • Mane fires record treble in rout
    Sadio Mane scored the Premier League’s fastest-ever hat-trick as Southampton hammered Aston Villa 6-1 at St Mary's on Saturday.
  • Fastest PL hat-tricks
    Southampton’s Sadio Mane set a Premier League record for the fastest ever Premier League hat-trick with his astonishing treble in two minutes and 56 seconds against Aston Villa.
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