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To stay up, Hull must forget loss to Arsenal

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Florenzi fast becoming Roma's new hero

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 By Musa Okwonga

Michael Carrick's absence hurts Man Utd as midfield depth is exposed

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol does not feel Liverpool will catch Manchester United, despite Louis van Gaal's side's poor form of late.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal recognises his side have reached a plateau after losing three league games in a row.

Manchester United lost their third consecutive game in the Premier League (3-0 to Everton) at the weekend: five goals conceded and none scored. There are concerns among the fans that the resurgence Louis van Gaal's side showed in recent weeks was just an illusion; the worst possible scenario could yet see them miss out on the final UEFA Champions League place to Liverpool.

This, then, is a time for calm. Cool heads must prevail if a top four spot is to be achieved but one who would bring stability...

Aliko Dangote: Five things to know about Nigerian keen on Arsenal

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Aliko Dangote could become the first African owner in the top flight.

Five years after Nigerian businessman and Arsenal fan Aliko Dangote's offer to buy the North London club was rejected, he has been linked to them again. Dangote admitted he remains interested in owning the Gunners but told Bloomberg he will not offer a "ridiculous price," rather just one the "owners won't want to resist."

If successful, Dangote will become the first African to own an English Premier League club. Here's five things to know about the man who one day hopes to buy Arsenal.

Africa's...

Hull must quickly forget loss to Arsenal, focus on beating Burnley

Hull City manager Steve Bruce says he would of loved a result against the Gunners, but now it's time to focus on their crucial match against Burnley.

As much as it hurt when Arsenal pulled Hull City's defence here, there and everywhere with an attacking display superior to anything seen at the KC Stadium this season, it all had a touch of irrelevance to it.

For significance in the relegation battle, City's mismatch with the Gunners was always destined to play second fiddle to the visit of Burnley this weekend.

A 3-1 loss to Arsenal, coupled with weekend wins for several of their drop rivals, means a season's work has come down to a home game with...

 By Simon Curtis

Man City can't afford to sell Sergio Aguero, he's too important

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is concerned striker Sergio Aguero could miss their pre-season tournament in Australia because of his commitments with Argentina at the Copa America.
Substitute Fernandinho struck a late winner as Manchester City killed off an Aston Villa comeback to claim a frantic 3-2 victory at the Etihad Stadium.

Aided by a wonderful pass from David Silva at White Hart Lane last Sunday, Sergio Aguero did not have to break his stride as he moved onto the ball. It was the perfect pass, but what happened next was all about the perfect striker. Aguero did not even look up, before dispatching a blistering shot between the flailing Hugo Lloris and his near post to seal a 1-0 win for Man City over Spurs.

The ball entered the net before the French goalkeeper even had time to complete his dive. It was sublime artistry...

Austria Vienna's lion mascot 'Super Leo' looks a little worse for wear

With Austria Vienna roaring to a 2-1 win over bottom side Wiener Neustadt in the Austrian Bundesliga on Saturday, it seems the club's mascot, Super Leo the lion, went a little too far in his celebrations.

What with the man inside the costume celebrating his 42nd birthday on the very same day, it quickly became apparent that Super Leo was a little worse for wear during the game, though he manfully went about his duties regardless.

However, possibly overcome by a combination of heat exhaustion and...

 By John Crace

Tottenham stasis needs to change, but will Pochettino be given freedom?

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side controlled the pace and the action of the game despite falling to Manchester City, 1-0.
Manchester City may no longer be able to call themselves Premier League champions, but Sergio Aguero inspired his side to a 1-0 win over Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

Sunday's 1-0 defeat against Manchester City could have been Spurs' whole season compressed into 90 minutes.

There were moments of attacking creativity to which City had few answers; long periods of tentativeness in which the sideways ball was the preferred options; moments of both good and bad luck. And ultimately, of course, a single breathtaking lack of concentration that cost Spurs all three points.

The route taken might not always have been the one expected, but Spurs' journey is ending almost...