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Allardyce vacates Palace hotseat

Crystal Palace will begin the search for a new manager after Sam Allardyce announced his resignation on Tuesday following a meeting with owner Steve Parish.

Valverde quits job at Los Leones

Ernesto Valverde could be poised to take over at Barcelona after Athletic Bilbao announced that their head coach is set to relinquish the reins at San Mames.

Failed appeal sees Koscielny miss FA Cup final

Arsenal are facing a defensive crisis for the FA Cup final after Laurent Koscielny's appeal for wrongful dismissal was rejected by the Football Association.

Azpilicueta would snub Blaugrana

Cesar Azpilicueta feels flattered by links to Barcelona, but insists he has no intention of leaving newly-crowned Premier League champions Chelsea.

Mourinho: Manchester will pull together

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes that the whole of Manchester will pull together following Monday night's bomb attack.

Pepe still holding out for new Real deal

Real Madrid defender Pep is refusing to give up hope of earning an extended stay at the Spanish club with his current deal running out next month.

Herrera: Zlatan still has role to play against Ajax

Ander Herrera believes Zlatan Ibrahimovic's contribution to Manchester United's Europa League campaign is not over, despite being sidelined for the final.

Mata wants to continue at Manchester United

Attacking midfielder Juan Mata has expressed his desire to continue playing for Manchester United next season as he aims for more trophies.

Terry: I have no plans for retirement

John Terry says that he won't rush into retirement following his final appearance for Chelsea on Sunday, saying that he fears regretting the decision later.

Jesus: I thought Premier League would be harder

Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus has revealed that his experience with the Premier League is somewhat less challenging than he anticipated.

Conte nets LMA Manager of the Year award

Antonio Conte was crowned Manager of the Year by the League Managers Association on Monday after winning the title in his first season with Chelsea.
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