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Arteta agrees Arsenal deal

Mikel Arteta has agreed terms to become Arsenal's new head coach, and he is already planning his back-room staff.

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Bookmakers close books on Pellegrini

West Ham have held talks with Manuel Pellegrini, as Bookmakers close their markets on him becoming their new manager.

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Wayne Rooney yet to finalise MLS deal

Wayne Rooney is yet to put pen-to-paper on his move to Major League Soccer with DC United, amid claims he is wanting to speak with Everton's new boss before leaving.

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The Duke’s Weekend Preview

The Duke looks at the weekend's racing action.

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Bookmakers anger as Government confirm new terminal taxes

The Government have announced that new rules will be brought in to limit the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) to £2, but Bookmakers are far from happy.

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Gareth Southgate is one big contradiction

Graeme Bailey looks at Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad and is dubious about some of the selections.

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Clattenburg reveals his relief

Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg explains why he doesn’t miss the high-profile league, as he returns to London to referee again for the first time since controversial departure.

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Racing Daily with BetVictor – May 21

A look at Monday's racing action with BetVictor's Charlie McCann.

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City confident of Jorginho and Mahrez deals

Manchester City are hoping to tie up deals for their top two targets Jorginho and Riyad Mahrez before the end of this month.

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Man United open to Sandro exchange deal

Manchester United are set for talks with Juventus about Alex Sandro, and their interest has been peaked as the Italian champions are willing to take players in exchange.

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Saxon Warrior shortens for Derby success

The odds on Saxon Warrior claiming the Derby have been cut further by Bookmakers.

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Everton looking for new boss

Paulo Fonseca and Marco Silva are the leading candidates to replace Sam Allardyce at Everton.

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Kane on course for World Cup captaincy

England boss Gareth Southgate admits he is yet to decide on who will captain his side at the World Cup finals in Russia this summer, but Harry Kane is firm favourite.

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