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Guardian - Tue Nov 28 10:30 PM
• Conte says he is waiting to be asked how to catch ‘incredible’ Manchester City • David Luiz ruled out of match against Swansea City with knee injury Antonio Conte has described Manchester City’s start to the season as “something incredible” and said he is waiting for Chelsea’s hierarchy to ask...
Guardian - Mon Nov 27 8:28 AM
Is there a possible straw for Manchester City rivals to clutch at? Jack Wilshere has an impact off the bench and Riyad Mahrez is treading water at Leicester Manchester City proved they possess the spirit to match their skills in fighting back from an undeserved half-time deficit to claim this win...
Guardian - Sun Nov 26 8:10 PM
Our weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flight, featuring Jürgen Klopp, Richarlison and a rain-soaked Old Trafford • Follow us on Instagram for more great sports photography Continue reading
Guardian - Sat Nov 25 5:10 PM
Swansea City have stopped the rot and avoided a fifth successive league defeat, yet this was neither the result they wanted or needed on a day when Leroy Fer squandered a wonderful late chance to give their season the lift it so badly needed and to ease the pressure on Paul Clement. It was the de...
Guardian - Fri Nov 24 2:43 PM
The pressure is building on Paul Clement and, although the Swansea manager is confident his job is not on the line, another defeat would be a huge blow, especially with a trip to Chelsea to come on Wednesday. Tammy Abraham will have to miss that game because of his loan agreement and is also a ma...
Guardian - Thu Nov 23 10:30 PM
• ‘They are not the sort of people to be bullied into making a decision’ • Swans face lowly Bournemouth after six league defeats from seven Paul Clement is confident his job is not on the line when Swansea City take on Bournemouth at home on Saturday and adamant the Welsh club’s board remain firm...