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Premier League Rewind: 4th-5th March 2000

Results: Manchester United 1-1 Liverpool FC, Derby County 4-0 Wimbledon, Everton 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday, Newcastle United 0-1 Chelsea, Southampton 1-1 Middlesbrough, Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Bradford City, Watford 1-2 West Ham United, Aston Villa 1-1 Arsenal, Leeds United 3-0 Coventry City, Leicester City 5-2 Sunderland… 786 more words

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Newcastle Jets FM17 Club Guide | Be Someone New

Newcastle Jets are an Australian football club that play in the top tier of Australian football. The club are based in New South Wales and were formed as recently as 2000. 610 more words

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Historic Match: Germany vs England, 2001 (1-5)

I’m pretty sure every British football fan knows of this fixture, its one that will forever stay in our hearts as one of the greatest football triumphs for England as an international team apart from winning the world cup. 845 more words

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Former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey says Daniel Sturridge is STILL one of the best in the world

Emile Heskey believes Daniel Sturridge is still one of the best strikers around despite the Liverpool player’s difficult spell of form.

The Liverpool frontman was substituted in the 0-0 draw with Manchester United having failed to make any real impact in the game in which he started as the main striker. 338 more words

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'Liverpool need to find Luis Suarez replacement,' says Emile Heskey

Former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey believes Jurgen Klopp still needs to find a suitable replacement for Luis Suarez.

Suarez, who left Anfield for Barcelona in 2014, came agonisingly close to winning the Premier League under then manager Brendan Rodgers in his final season on Merseyside. 203 more words

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Leicester can compete with the big boys now Jamie Vardy has stayed, says Emile Heskey

Premier League holders Leicester City remain able to¬†‘fight with the big guns’ having kept hold of star striker Jamie Vardy, according to the club’s former marksman Emile Heskey. 258 more words

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