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Sheikh Mansour: Manchester City aiming to set a new standard in football

A decade after Sheikh Mansour took over Manchester City, he has boasted that the Etihad club can become the world’s greatest and set "new standards" in football.
Kepa Arrizabalaga

All Premier League completed transfer deals

The Premier League summer transfer window was shut on Thursday with the familiar craze of the deadline day. Several teams bolstered their side while some didn't bother getting new faces in.
Chelsea Ola Aina

PSV Eindhoven join race for Ola Aina loan signing

Dutch club, PSV Eindhoven, are looking to land Nigerian defender Ola Aina on loan from English Premier League outfit, Chelsea.

Australia ready for France World Cup test despite team changes

Australia talisman Tim Cahill may have to settle for a World Cup cameo role while captain Mile Jedinak could start on the bench but the Socceroos say team changes will not hurt their campaign.

Queens Park Ranger hire Steve McClaren as coach

The 57-year-old has agreed a two-year contract at Loftus Road, where he worked for three months under Harry Redknapp during 2013 before embarking on his first spell at Derby.

Ian Holloway sacked as manager of QPR

Ian Holloway has left his post as manager at Championship side Queens Park Rangers after 18 months in charge.

Huddersfield gain point as it draws with Manchester City

It took three weeks for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany to finally get his hands on the Premier League trophy but, on a day of celebrations at the Etihad, a goalless draw may have left Huddersfield Town as the big winners.

At last Manchester City lift Premier League trophy

It took three weeks for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany to finally get his hands on the Premier League trophy but, on a day of celebrations at the Etihad, a goalless draw may prove to have left Huddersfield Town as the big winners.

Cardiff back in the Premier League as Warnock promoted again

Cardiff City returned to the Premier League on Sunday when a goalless draw at home to Reading was enough to give veteran manager Neil Warnock a record eighth promotion.

Cardiff on brink of Premier League promotion after win at Hull

Cardiff took a huge step towards automatic promotion from the Championship as captain Sean Morrison scored a double to fire his side to a 2-0 victory at Hull.

Rafael Benitez: Newcastle, Brighton and Huddersfield can stay up

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has hailed the organisation of the Premier League new boys as they look to buck the trend and retain their top-flight status.

Wolverhampton Wanderers promoted to Premier League

Wolves have been promoted to the Premier League after Fulham conceded a stoppage-time equaliser against Brentford.

Cameroon’s Stephane Mbia set for MLS switch

Free agent Stephane Mbia appears primed to move to Major League Soccer new boys Atlanta United after attending their match against Los Angeles FC on Saturday.

Ex-England skipper Ray Wilkins passes on at 61

Former England and Chelsea midfielder Ray Wilkins has died in hospital at the age of 61.

Ex-England skipper Ray Wilkins suffers heart attack

Former England, Chelsea and Manchester United midfielder Ray Wilkins is critically ill after suffering a heart attack.

Paul Clement named new Reading manager

The former Derby County and Swansea City boss, 46, succeeds Jaap Stam after he parted company with the Royals on Wednesday in his second season.

Reading sack Jaap Stam with club 20th in Championship

Championship club Reading have sacked manager Jaap Stam after a run of just one win in 19 league games.

Struggling Southampton appoint Mark Hughes as new manager

Premier League strugglers Southampton have appointed Mark Hughes as their new manager following the sacking of Mauricio Pellegrino, the club announced on Wednesday.

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France plans to introduce driverless trains in 2023

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Police seals Anambra PDP secretariat over fracas

The Anambra Police Command on Wednesday sealed the State Secretariat of the Peoples Democratic Party located at Udoka Estate in Awka.