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Report names the seven players set to leave Liverpool this summer

Date published: Wednesday 29th July 2020 11:29 Liverpool could continue their summer exodus after already bidding farewell to Dejan Lovren and Adam Lallana, claims a report. Lovren and Lallana were two of the longest-serving players under Jurgen Klopp, but after playing a lesser part in their Premier League title win, the former Southampton pair have both been allowed to move on. Defender Lovren has joined Zenit St Petersburg in a £10.9m deal. Meanwhile, Lallana has returned to the South Coast to play for Brighton. But Liverpool may not be finished with player exits there. Despite depth being required to maintain their position among the elite, the Daily Mirror claims as many as seven fringe players are at risk of being sold....
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Bournemouth ponder legal action after Premier League relegation

Date published: Tuesday 28th July 2020 11:33 Bournemouth have not ruled out a legal challenge over the failure to award a key goal against their relegation rivals Aston Villa. The Cherries have been relegated to the Championship after Villa finished the 2019-20 season just one point ahead of them. Villa secured a point in their first game of the restart at home to Sheffield United in a 0-0 draw on June 17. The Blades had a goal ruled out when Villa goalkeeper Orjan Nyland caught a free-kick and stepped back over the line carrying the ball with him. Goal-line technology providers Hawk-Eye issued an apology after the match, saying all seven cameras focused on the goal area had been “occluded” and that it was the first time in o...
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Howe offers Bournemouth fans apology after admitting personal mistakes

Date published: Sunday 26th July 2020 6:20 Eddie Howe spoke candidly about his role in the relegation of Bouremouth after refusing to point the blame at his players. The Cherries dropped into the second tier despite emerging victorious 3-1 over Everton on the final day.Speaking to BBC Sport, Howe said: “It hurts. I’m trying to keep it together, I’m really sad for the fans of this club. They’ve not been here for the last part of the journey and that makes it harder. “It’s a time for refection, a time to see what the next step is. Everything at the club is based around staying in the Premier League and I’ll speak to the people that I need to speak to. “It’s a very quick turnaround and we have to make the right decisions now. ...
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Sancho the top target as Man Utd transfer budget gives Solskjaer dilemma

Date published: Sunday 26th July 2020 2:47 Manchester United will give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer up to £150m to spend in the upcoming transfer window, according to reports. It’s set to be a key transfer window for United, who are looking to close the gap with rivals Manchester City and Liverpool. According to ESPN, United’s owners, the Glazer family, will be backing Solskjaer in the summer. The Red Devils boss will have between £100m and £150m to spend. That could be problematic, however, as signing their main target would take up most of that money. Jadon Sancho tops Solskjaer’s wishlist, but Borussia Dortmund will not let him go for less than £120m. In the current climate, United would be hesitant to spend a nine-figure sum on a...
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Guardiola highlights ‘incredible’ duo for Man City against Bournemouth

Date published: Wednesday 15th July 2020 9:34 Pep Guardiola praised Manchester City for sticking to their plan against a side whose “needs are higher” in Bournemouth. David Silva and Gabriel Jesus scored to condemn Bournemouth to a 2-1 defeat, that leaves their opponents in a perilous position. City, in contrast, already know where they will be finishing this season, with second place confirmed. However, they are still looking to build momentum in their final few games, and Guardiola was impressed with how they responded to the challenge from Bournemouth. “It was difficult but our opponent played really well, they were really good and they pushed us a lot,” Guardiola told Match of the Day. “Their needs are higher than ours bu...
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Rodgers reveals two factors that have put Leicester in CL contention | teamtalk.com

Brendan Rodgers says Leicester’s push for the Champions League is down to their mentality and fitness.Rodgers’ side head to Bournemouth with a mathematical possibility of booking their place back in the Champions League this weekend – but only if three other results go their way, and Manchester City’s ban from the competition is upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Rodgers has banned his players from discussing such possibilities but knows they have boosted their chances after Jamie Vardy’s late goal grabbed a point at Arsenal in midweek, preventing what would have been a third defeat since the re-start. He said: “Whether you’re winning 3-0 or 4-0 or not, you have to push, so I think it’s a mental attitude that we’re never beaten, we keep pushing whether we’re ahead or losing t...
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Mourinho walks out of Bournemouth press conference

Jose Mourinho walked out of the post-match press conference after just one word after technical issues struck at Bournemouth, whom he admitted ‘surprised’ him. Press conferences are still be conducted by Zoom video call at the moment, despite journalists being allowed into grounds to watch the Premier League action. That was again the case on the south coast, but Mourinho, who was not in the best mood after watching his side toil to a goalless draw did not hang around. As Alasdair Gold offered up the first question, technical problems were evident with Mourinho unable to hear the audio. Gold said: “Does that work better? Hello Jose can you hear me?” Mourinho responded immediately: “No,” took the headphones walked off. That was the end of the post-match press conference. Th...
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Tottenham held by plucky Bournemouth after VAR drama at both ends

Date published: Thursday 9th July 2020 8:00 Bournemouth were denied a last minute winner after VAR spotted a Josh King handball to ensure their drab contest with Tottenham ended 0-0. Tottenham had an early penalty appeal turned down in dubious circumstances.Harry Kane was bundled over in the box while attempting to get on to the end of a cross, but both the referee and VAR deemed the incident unworthy of a penalty despite a clear push in the England striker’s back. That talking point was one of very few in the first half, as both sides frequently cancelled each other out in a below par affair. Mourinho attempted to inject new life into his forward line at the break with the introduction of Son Heung-Min and Tanguy Ndombele ...
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Bournemouth v Tottenham: When is it, where can you watch it, team news and what are the odds? | teamtalk.com

Date published: Wednesday 8th July 2020 7:02 When is Bournemouth v Tottenham? Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Thursday July 9. What time does Bournemouth v Tottenham kick-off? The game is scheduled for a 6pm kick-off and is one of three Premier League matches that day. What is at stake? It’s a very important game to both clubs without question, though for very different reasons. Tottenham helped themselves to an impressive three points at Everton last time out and a win at the Vitality Stadium will not only see them leapfrog rivals Arsenal in the table, but also significantly strengthen their Europa League hopes for next season. Bournemouth, on the other hand, are more desperate ...
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Man Utd v Bournemouth: When is it, where can you watch it, team news and what are the odds? | teamtalk.com

Date published: Friday 3rd July 2020 3:15 When is Man Utd v Bournemouth? Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Saturday July 4. What time does Man Utd v Bournemouth kick-off? The game is scheduled for a 3pm kick-off and is one of five Premier League matches that day. What is at stake? There is certainly a lot riding on the game for both teams, but for very different reasons. Manchester United have been in fine form since the restart and find themselves making a big challenge for the top four, particularly with Leicester beginning to flounder a little. Bournemouth, and the other hand, find themselves right in the thick of a relegation scrap and go into the game perilously perched in the...