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(Reuters) - Under-fire Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said on Friday he would ignore media speculation over other managers being linked with his job.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard's future is still up in the air, assistant coach David Bettoni said on Friday after the Norway international was linked with a move to Arsenal.
(Reuters) - Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne will be out for four to six weeks due to an injury he picked up in their last game, manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Newcastle United's French winger Allan Saint-Maximin is set to return following two months out after suffering the long-term effects of COVID-19, manager Steve Bruce said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Aston Villa manager Dean Smith said on Friday that he "reluctantly" accepted an FA charge for insulting the match officials during a 2-0 loss to Manchester City earlier this week.
(Reuters) - Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta survived a difficult run of form earlier this season and looks to have turned the club around and the Spaniard said his Chelsea counterpart Frank Lampard should also be given time to get them back on track.
(Reuters) - The signings of Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani could prove crucial for Manchester United this season as they both have the kind of winner's mentality a club needs to sustain a title challenge, former skipper Wayne Rooney said.
(Reuters) - Liverpool's title hopes are slipping away and the club may soon be drawn into a battle to secure a top-four spot instead of fighting to defend their Premier League crown, former defender Jamie Carragher said.
(Reuters) - Burnley striker Ashley Barnes said he had expected to net his 100th senior goal earlier in his career but the 31-year-old was delighted the special moment came in Thursday's 1-0 victory over Premier League champions Liverpool.
Australia's Victoria state records 16 days with no community COVID; nationwide no local cases for five days
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's second most populous state of Victoria eased social gathering restrictions on Friday after recording 16 days without any new coronavirus infections in the community, doubling the number of people allowed to gather at home to 30.