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Pep Guardiola charged by FA for wearing yellow ribbon in support of Catalan independence

Pep Guardiola has been charged by the Football Association for “wearing a political message, specifically a yellow ribbon”. The FA said in a statement that the Manchester City manager had breached their kit and advertising regulations which specify that “any political message” is prohibited, when wearing the ribbon, which he has worn regularly through the season.

Tale of the tape: Man United vs. Chelsea

12:31 PM GMT Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment When Manchester United play Chelsea, you don’t usually need to add much of an edge. Since Chelsea won their first Premier League title in 2005, these two have been champions 10 times in 13 seasons: only the money of Manchester City and the miracle of

Revealed: Rio Ferdinand made a multi-million pound offer to save troubled non-league club Dulwich Hamlet

Rio Ferdinand has made a multi-million pound offer to save troubled non-league club Dulwich Hamlet, The Independent can reveal. Ferdinand made the offer, close to £10m, through his affordable housing company Legacy Foundation on 12 December last year, to buy the Champion Hill ground from owners Meadow Residential. Meadow rejected it and now want more

Arsenal pay for not pursuing Guardiola

7:57 AM GMT Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment Sooner or later, Arsenal will have to find a replacement for Arsene Wenger as manager. The sands of time run out for everybody in the end and even Wenger’s reign at the Emirates Stadium has a finishing line somewhere in the not too distant future.

Dortmund's Michy Batshuayi claims he was subjected to 'monkey noises' from Atalanta fans in Europa League draw

Borussia Dortmund striker Michy Batshuayi has claimed he was the subject of alleged racist chants from Atalanta fans during Thursday night’s Europa League clash. The Belgium international, on loan from Chelsea, played the entire 90 minutes as substitute Marcel Schmelzer’s 82nd-minute equaliser salvaged a 1-1 draw on the night which sent Dortmund into the last

Chambers, Wilshere off the pace vs. Ostersunds

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment Arsenal survived a scare to progress to the next round of the Europa League, despite suffering a 2-1 defeat on the night to Ostersunds. The Gunners found themselves 2-0 down at half-time, facing a situation where conceding a third goal would have seen the tie poised for extra-time.