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David De Gea saves three points for United

He saved a Premier League record equalling 14 shots

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The Paradise Papers and the Premier League

What does this leak have to do with your favourite club?

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Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal: Rampant Reds run riot at Anfield

Sadio Mané and new boy Mohamed Salah both ruthless as Arsenal lose second consecutive game

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The race for the top four

The Mancunion analyses each of the top six Premier League teams’ chances of getting a crucial Champion’s League place for next season

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Gary Neville vs. Arsenal Fans

Gary Neville bites at Arsenal fans’ dissatisfaction, but his lack of understanding puts him completely in the wrong

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Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal: offsides, tributes, and Octopussy

The title race is hotting up, as Manchester City leapfrogged Arsenal and Liverpool up to second position on Sunday afternoon

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Bitesize sport news

Bitesize this week looks at Andy Carroll’s run-in with burglars, Forest Green’s new wooden stadium, and the 2016 World Black Pudding Throwing Championships

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Stick or Twist?

Job uncertainty is becoming a way of life for managers in the world of football. Toby Webb offers an analysis of the current situation

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Underdogs of 2016 show sport continues to thrill

Leicester City’s remarkable season and Danny Willett’s last gasp win at the Masters show that anything is possible

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Manchester City 2-1 West Brom

City were victorious against West Brom at The Etihad this Saturday. All eyes fall on the red side of Manchester now.

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Manchester City 4-0 Aston Villa

City break recent Premier League form with a big win against Aston Villa

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A decade ago in the Premier League…

A lot can change in ten years. Let’s cast our minds back a decade, and look at The Premier League