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Liverpool's Van Dijk Wins PFA Player of Year Award

Liverpool centre-back Virgil van Dijk was named as England's PFA Player of the Year for 2019 on Sunday.

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Liverpool Wins 5-0 as Salah, Mane Vie for Golden Boot

Beating Manchester City to the title might not be the only thing occupying the minds of Liverpool forwards Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane heading into the final two weeks of the Premier League season.

They are battling each other for the Golden Boot, too.

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Liverpool's Record-Breakers Eye Home Straight

Jurgen Klopp will send his Liverpool team onto the pitch in their ongoing pursuit of the Premier League title against relegated Huddersfield on Friday knowing he has already rewritten the club's record books.

The only question that remains in their neck-and-neck race with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City is whether that will be sufficient to end his club's 29-year wait for an English league crown.

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Title, Top Four and Pride at Stake in Massive Manchester Derby

Even by the rarified atmosphere of Manchester derbies, there will seldom have been so much on the line for both sides of the city when Manchester United host Manchester City on Wednesday.

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Liverpool Great Fowler Appointed Brisbane Roar Coach

Liverpool great Robbie Fowler dismissed concerns he lacked experience after he was appointed new coach of Australian A-League strugglers Brisbane Roar on Tuesday.

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Social Media Boycott as Footballers in England Say 'Enough' over Racism

Premier League stars led footballers in England and Wales in a 24-hour social media boycott on Friday in a bid to combat racist abuse online.

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F1 in Talks over Second China GP, Road Race on Cards

Formula One is in talks with six local governments in China this week about holding a second grand prix in the country, a senior F1 official told AFP, with a Beijing road race said to have been floated.

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Five Things We Learned in European Football this Weekend

Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain both squandered chances to retain their domestic titles on a weekend which saw a much-changed Barcelona take their eye off the ball in La Liga.

In France, the weekend was overshadowed by racist abuse suffered by Amiens player Prince-Desir Gouano.

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Robben Admits He May Never Play for Bayern Again

Veteran Dutch winger Arjen Robben fears that he has played his last game for Bayern Munich as he struggles to return from injury before he leaves the club this summer.

Robben, 35, will end a glittering 10-year spell at Bayern when his contract ends this summer, and had hoped to return to fitness in time for a fitting send-off.

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Barca Show Their Ugly Side to Leave United on the Ropes

Lionel Messi finished with a bloody nose and swollen cheek but Barcelona left unscathed, with one foot in the semi-finals and Manchester United hoping for another Champions League miracle.

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