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Name: Guardian Staff
Date registered: June 7, 2014
URL: http://www.theguardian.com/football/western-sydney-wanderers

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  1. This is just the start, says Mourinho after Manchester United win again – video — September 23, 2017
  2. Tottenham’s Pochettino: ‘I’m in love with Harry Kane’ – video — September 23, 2017
  3. Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion: match preview — September 23, 2017
  4. Brighton & Hove Albion v Newcastle United: match preview — September 23, 2017
  5. Swansea City v Watford: match preview — September 22, 2017

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Sep 16

Pep Guardiola delighted with Manchester City players after 6-0 win – video

Pep Guardiola was ‘delighted’ with his Manchester City side after watching them demolish Watford 6-0 at Vicarage Road. His counterpart, Marco Silva, insisted that the game would be a useful one for his team to analyse and learn from. City’s win, which included a hat-trick for Sergio Agüero, has sent them top of the league, three points above their city rivals, Manchester United

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Sep 16

Antonio Conte and Arsène Wenger speak before Chelsea v Arsenal – video

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger and Antonio Conte of Chelsea talk about their upcoming Premier League match. Conte begins by sending his thoughts to those affected by the events at Parsons Green before warning his side to pay attention to Arsenal’s quality. Wenger focuses on his team’s recent winning record over the Blues

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Sep 16

Manchester United v Everton: match preview

The return of Wayne Rooney to Old Trafford gives the weekend’s final game a little extra glitter as does Romelu Lukaku, in blistering form, facing his former side. The issue though is whether Everton can arrest a run of three consecutive defeats against a Manchester United side out to return to winning ways in the league after their 2-2 draw at Stoke City. Jamie Jackson

Kick-off Sunday 4pm

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Sep 16

Chelsea v Arsenal: match preview

Arsenal have not won a league game at Stamford Bridge in six years. They will cling to the success gained against Antonio Conte’s side in the FA Cup final, and the Community Shield, but will surely find this a more daunting assignment. Chelsea have quietly been building up a head of steam, and they eased beyond Qarabag in midweek with key players rested and an eye on this derby. Conte will consider this an opportunity to make a statement in terms of his side’s title defence. Dominic Fifield

Kick-off Sunday 1.30pm

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Sep 15

Billy Joe Saunders’s son hits Willie Monroe Jr in the groin at weigh in – video

During the weigh-in for the WBO World Middleweight Title between Billy Joe Saunders and Willie Monroe Jr, Saunders’s son punches Monroe Jr in the groin and aims a kick at his shins before being dragged away by security

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Sep 15

Roy Hodgson: this could be a very good year at Crystal Palace – video

Newly-appointed Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has been speaking at a press conference about his hopes and dreams before his first game in charge of the London club. Palace host Southampton at Selhurst Park, but Hodgson is more focused on the long-term, saying that it could be ‘a very good year’ if the Eagles were to survive for another season in the Premier League

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Sep 15

Watford v Manchester City: match preview

Given that Manchester City thrashed Watford 5-0 the last time they visited Vicarage Road, this one may seem a formality. In reality, the circumstances are entirely different this time round. Currently in fourth place with three clean sheets out of four, Watford should be difficult to break down. Indeed, Marco Silva’s side will go top of the league, for a day at least, if they were to win. Joe Cooper

Kick-off Saturday 3pm

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Sep 15

Huddersfield Town v Leicester City: match preview

Leicester face another promoted side after beating Brighton last month and need a win after three defeats against teams in last season’s top five and with Liverpool up twice next week. The Chelsea loanee Kasey Palmer will miss eight weeks with a hamstring injury and Abdelhamid Sabiri stands by after making his Huddersfield debut from the bench in the defeat at West Ham. Mark Tallentire

Kick-off Saturday 3pm

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Sep 15

Newcastle United v Stoke City: match preview

Rafael Benítez will be back in the Newcastle dugout after his hernia-related operation. His return means Mark Hughes can expect a warm welcome. José Mourinho may have declined to shake the Stoke manager’s hand last weekend but Benítez is a Hughes fan. “I don’t have any problems with Mark,” he said. “He’s a good manager, doing a great job. There won’t be any problems.” Louise Taylor

Kick-off Saturday 3pm

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Sep 15

Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City: match preview

Tottenham are flying after burying their Wembley jinx in the Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund while Swansea City have been gripped by introspection following their failure to perform against Newcastle United. Paul Clement can take heart from…

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Sep 15

Crystal Palace v Southampton: match preview

The last time Southampton visited Selhurst Park they confronted a Crystal Palace managed by Alan Pardew and hurting from a six-game losing run. Fraser Forster gifted the hosts an early goal and Pardew won breathing space, albeit for only three weeks. Now, with Pardew, Sam Allardyce and Frank de Boer gone, Roy Hodgson will seek a result just as emphatic. Mauricio Pellegrino had been courted by Palace over the summer only to end up at St Mary’s. Given the upheaval of the last week, he may not know what to expect in south London. Dominic Fifield

Kick-off Saturday 12.30pm

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Sep 15

West Bromwich Albion v West Ham United: match preview

Slaven Bilic gained a reprieve when his side beat Huddersfield on Monday but his future will be thrust back under the spotlight should West Ham lose at West Brom. Tony Pulis’s side are in need of a response after their good start to the season was derailed following a 3-1 defeat to Premier League newcomers Brighton and it could help that West Ham have conceded 10 goals in three away matches. Joe Cooper

Kick-off Saturday 3pm

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Sep 15

Liverpool v Burnley: match preview

The beginning of Sadio Mané’s three-match suspension opens the door for Philippe Coutinho to make his first start of the season for Liverpool, while Daniel Sturridge is also pushing for inclusion in a side that toiled without the injured Senegal international late last season. Burnley had to wait until 29 April for their first away win last season but they have already collected four points from trips to Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. Adding to that tally at Anfield would compound a tough week for Jürgen Klopp. Andy Hunter

Kick-off Saturday 3pm

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Sep 15

Arsène Wenger reacts to Arsenal-Cologne crowd problems – video

Arsène Wenger says that Cologne fans ‘spoiled’ their team’s first European game for 25 years, while Cologne manager Peter Stöger refuses to answer any questions on the subject. Uefa have opened disciplinary proceedings with both clubs facing charges

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Sep 14

Gennady Golovkin v Saul Álvarez: ‘This is a history fight’ – video

Boxers Gennady Golovkin and Saul Álvarez acknowledge the importance of their upcoming middleweight title clash. Speaking in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Golovkin says “this is the biggest day for us”, while Álvarez says he is prepared for a tough match. The highly anticipated bout takes place on Saturday

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Sep 14

Pochettino: Spurs win means ‘we can stop talking about Wembley hoodoo’ – video

Mauricio Pochettino hopes people will stop talking about the Wembley ‘hoodoo’ after Tottenham beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in their Champions League opening match on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp denies he played a part in the sending-off of Sevilla head coach Eduardo Berizzo during their 2-2 draw at Anfield and Pep Guardiola showers praise on Kevin De Bruyne after Man City’s 4-0 victory at Feyenoord

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