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THE Manchester team bus travelled 30 miles along the M62 for the clash with Liverpool at the weekend. After 90 minutes at Anfield, United players discovered just how far the distance between them and Juergen Klopp’s men remains.
(Reuters) - Manchester City will target second place in the Premier League and focus on cup competitions with unbeaten league leaders Liverpool too far ahead to reel in, manager Pep Guardiola said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta kept his transfer cards close to his chest and said on Monday that the club were not close to signing new players in the January transfer window.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Libya will face a "catastrophic situation" unless foreign powers put pressure on eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar to lift a blockade of oilfields that has cut output to almost zero, the country's internationally recognised premier said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Newcastle United centre back Paul Dummett and on-loan left back Jetro Willems will play no further part this campaign after sustaining season-ending injuries, manager Steve Bruce confirmed on Monday.
(Reuters) - Former defender and television pundit Gary Neville has said Manchester United should sack chief executive Ed Woodward as he has overseen a period of decline despite the Premier League club having one of the largest wage bills in the world.
(Reuters) - Southampton must learn to retain their intensity and press throughout the 90 minutes after defeat by Wolverhampton Wanderers denied Saints the chance to break into the Premier League's top 10, manager Ralph Hasenhuettl said on Monday.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s second-biggest opposition party faces possible dissolution on Tuesday (Jan 21) in a court case that could spur more pro-democracy protests against a military-backed government.
LANGKAWI (Reuters): Malaysia will not take retaliatory trade action against India over its boycott of palm oil purchases amid a political row between the two countries, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
LOS ANGELES (Xinhua): Disney's California Adventure Park was alive on Friday (Jan 17) with fat red lanterns with decorative gold tassels waggling from the parapets, festive red banners fluttering from the lampposts, Chinese-themed tablecloths sporting an Asian-style Mickey Mouse silhouette, and even a magnificent display of Chinese fireworks.