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Premier League 2017/18 – top six review

Jamie McEvoy assesses how the Premier League’s elite fared in the most recent season of English football’s top tier

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2018 Festival Guide

Looking for some summer inspiration for your festivals? let this be your one stop shop!

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Abbott, Enderwick, and Cunliffe seal Manchester’s survival

A nippy afternoon turned into a blustery evening as Manchester’s women secured Northern 2A football for another year

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Rashford guides United to victory against Liverpool

Liverpool failed to challenge de Gea at all, despite having the majority of possession

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The Terracotta Army has arrived in Liverpool

10 terracotta warriors and over 180 artefacts are on display at the World Museum, Liverpool, linking the UK and China both historically and culturally

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English teams excel in Europe

Convincing wins for Manchester City and Liverpool while Tottenham Hotspur earned an impressive draw away at Juventus

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Live review: The Night Café

Laissez-faire indie down to a T

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University of Manchester suffer second defeat

A solitary second half goal was enough to condemn Manchester to their second successive defeat

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United remain undefeated after a draw at Anfield

Luka-can’t continue his incredible goalscoring run

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Is the Champions League draught in England finally going to end?

James Gill gives his thoughts on the Champions League at the group stage’s halfway point

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Take part in RAG’s Raid for Action Against Hunger

“Get in fancy dress with us and make a difference by raising vital funds for an incredible cause!”

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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