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(Reuters) - West Bromwich Albion will investigate crowd disturbances that occurred during Friday's 1-0 loss to Chelsea, who clinched the Premier League title with the victory, after media reports said that West Midlands Police arrested nine men for misconduct.
(Reuters) - Burnley will adopt a frugal approach and have no plans to splurge on big signings in the close season as they prepare for a second consecutive campaign in the Premier League, manager Sean Dyche has said.
(Reuters) - Hull City manager Marco Silva in unsure of his continued stay at the relegated club and will meet with chairman Assem Allam before the final game of the Premier League season against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Daniel Sturridge's return to full fitness gives Liverpool more options tactically, manager Juergen Klopp said after the striker opened the scoring in Sunday's 4-0 Premier League win over West Ham United.
ROTTERDAM (Reuters) - Dirk Kuyt remembers being ridiculed when he returned to an ordinary Feyenoord side two years ago and said they could win the Dutch title.
(Reuters) - Manchester City have endured a "tough" season but can end it on a positive note by winning their last two games and sealing a Champions League spot for next season, midfielder Fernandinho has said.
(Reuters) - The sheer competitiveness of the Premier League makes it the toughest of all leagues and winning it is a special feeling, Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said.
(Reuters) - Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur each have three players among the eight nominations for the Premier League Player of the Season, while the coaches of both teams have also been shortlisted for the Manager of the Year award.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Brazilian defender Elidiano "Eli" Marques has claimed he was the victim of a racial abuse from Bulgaria captain Svetoslav Dyakov during a Bulgarian second division match on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Arsenal's top scorer Alexis Sanchez faces a fitness test to determine his availability for Tuesday's Premier League clash against relegated Sunderland while midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been ruled out, manager Arsene Wenger said.