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My career: Ian Rush

With 346 goals, Ian Rush is the top scorer in Liverpool’s history. It has earned him legendary status as goalscoring royalty. Not only that but the Kop idol has also scored the most FA Cup goals (39) and the most…

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Sky Ride Bolton

Sky Ride heads to Lancashire this weekend The second Sky Ride of 2014 takes place in Lancashire this weekend. Sky Ride Bolton begins on Sunday morning at 11am and will follow a traffic-free route taking in the Town Hall, Le…

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Henderson the key

“Stevie helped me a lot personally. On the field you pick up little things, training with him every week has really been a help to me. We’ve got to keep that relationship going as long as possible and hopefully bring…

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Tom Ince Q&A

Tom Ince: ‘You are picked for your country for a reason’ As England slumped out of 2013’s European Under 21 Championship last June, all was doom and gloom about the nation’s footballing future. Three defeats in three games in Israel…

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What next for Diego?

“For everyone at the club, he is like a god. He arrived at the club and changed everything. What he says, comes true. We follow him. If he asks us to jump from a bridge, we jump. We’re very proud…

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Embracing the noise

“I always think that in these finals, the winner is the team that manages to remove itself from all the noise.” For 93 minutes, Diego Simeone’s side looked to have done just as their manager had instructed. This was Atletico…

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Where it was won

From the brilliance of Angel Di Maria to Diego Costa’s early exit, Adam Bate picks five reasons why La Décima was won in Lisbon on Saturday night… Devilish Di Maria Panel praise for Ancelotti It’s only right to start with…

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Moving forwards

Arsene Wenger embraces Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after ending Arsenal’s long trophy drought Nine years is a long time for a club of Arsenal’s stature to wait for a trophy, but the 63 minutes Hull City led the Gunners on Saturday will…

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Spanish Armada

Rafael Nadal will lead the long-list of Spanish players in Paris Just like the national football team, Spain have become a force to be reckoned with on the tennis circuit, with eight-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal leading the way.…

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Exciting squad

The decision to choose Luke Shaw over Ashley Cole grabbed the initial headlines. The omission of arguably England’s greatest ever left-back and a reliable tournament performer was always going to spark a reaction. But the overriding sense should still be…

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