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James the hero as City hold Chelsea - 07 February 2005
Chelsea's charge towards the Premiership title stuttered when Manchester City goalkeeper David James kept out Jose Mourinho's men in a 0-0 stalemate at Stamford Bridge.
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Liverpool raise stakes for Gerrard to 50 million - 07 February 2005
Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry has revealed they would turn down a 50 million pound bid for Steven Gerrard who is seen as top of big-spending Chelsea's summer priorities.
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Three-star Celtic keep double dream alive - 07 February 2005
Celtic remain on course for a second successive double after drubbing Dunfermline 3-0 in the Scottish Cup fourth round.
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Robben scare for Chelsea - 04 February 2005
English Premiership leaders Chelsea are waiting for the result of a scan to see how long Arjen Robben will be sidelined after the Netherlands winger limped off with a badly-bruised foot after scoring the winner at Blackburn.
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Fenerbahce to pay 5.35 million pounds for Anelka - 04 February 2005
Turkish league leaders Fenerbahce will pay Manchester City 5.35 million pounds (7.76 million euros) over three years for former France striker Nicolas Anelka, the Istanbul team's website said.
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McDermott tells Bellamy to forget Newcastle return - 04 February 2005
Newly-appointed Newcastle assistant manager Terry McDermott has told Craig Bellamy to forget about returning to the north-east club after the Wales striker left an abusive message with one of his old team-mates.
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England shirts to carry anti-racist message - 04 February 2005
England will depart from a century of tradition by wearing shirts bearing an anti-racist message when they take the field for next week's international football friendly against Holland
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UEFA wants to go local - 04 February 2005
European football's governing body UEFA are pressing ahead with plans to see leading clubs select more homegrown players but it could be a battle which ends up in a legal row.
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Old Trafford to get bigger and bigger - 04 February 2005
Manchester United have been given the go-ahead to further expand their Old Trafford stadium and increase the capacity to 76,000.
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Mourinho claims title as Chelsea lead by 11 points - 03 February 2005
Jose Mourinho voiced his confidence that Chelsea will go on to claim their first league title in 50 years after a 1-0 win at Blackburn extended his side's lead at the top of the table to 11 points.
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Campbell injury compounds Gunners woes - 03 February 2005
Arsenal's misery over defeat by Manchester United night has been compounded by news that centerback Sol Campbell will be out of action for ten days with an ankle injury.
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Proof found as police raid houses - 03 February 2005
A mass police raid on the premises of 19 football match-fixing suspects has uncovered more proof of manipulation, the Berlin public prosecuter's office confirmed.
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United revival delivers huge blow to Arsenal hopes - 02 February 2005
Manchester United produced one of the performances of the season to beat Arsenal 4-2 at the champions' Highbury ground after twice coming from a goal behind and so put a massive dent in their rivals' title challenge.
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Wenger throws in the towel,United expose Gunners - 02 February 2005
Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger were in agreement for once in proclaiming the death of Arsenal's Premiership title defence after Manchester United emerged victorious from a six-goal Highbury thriller.
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Houses of suspect referee trio raided - 02 February 2005
Three referees named in Germany's match-fixing scandal had their houses searched by investigators.
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500 000 World Cup tickets snapped up in 16 hrs - 02 February 2005
Around 500,000 tickets for the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany were ordered in the first 16 hours after going on sale to the general public, the organising committee said.
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Arsenal and Man United fired up for second helping - 01 February 2005
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson is certain hostilities will be back on the menu when his team travel to bitter rivals Arsenal for a crunch match that could bury one side's Premiership title hopes.
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Spurs swoop for Forest duo - 01 February 2005
Nottingham Forest have accepted an audacious eight million pounds transfer deadline day combined bid from Tottenham for highly-rated youngsters Andy Reid and Michael Dawson.
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Celtic sign Bellamy on loan - 01 February 2005
Scottish Premier League champions Celtic signed controversial Newcastle striker Craig Bellamy on loan for the rest of the season.
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Chelsea stay on course for trophy sweep - 31 January 2005
Chelsea's dream of winning four trophies this season stayed firmly on track when the Londoners beat Birmingham 2-0 to move into the fifth round of the FA Cup.
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Juve tighten grip on title as Milan slip up again - 31 January 2005
Juventus took a big step towards the Serie A title after extending their lead at the top of the table to eight points.
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Beckham on target as Real Madrid beat Numancia - 31 January 2005
England captain David Beckham was on target as Real Madrid maintained their perfect league record in 2005 with a 2-1 win at bottom club Numancia.
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Liverpool chief denies Chelsea Gerrard link - 31 January 2005
Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry said he will take legal action over claims that he has already negotiated a 30-million-pound summer move to Chelsea for England midfielder Steven Gerrard.
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Thierry Henry launches campaign against racism - 28 January 2005
Arsenal's French international Thierry Henry launched a campaign against racism entitled "Stand up, Speak up," which aims to make supporters aware of the need to stamp out the problem in football.
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Referee Hoyzer admits to match-fixing - 28 January 2005
Robert Hoyzer, the referee at the centre of Germany's biggest football scandal for 34 years, admitted to fixing matches he had gambled on.
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Anelka on his way to Turkey as City agree fee - 28 January 2005
Nicolas Anelka's checkered career took another dramatic twist when Manchester City agreed to sell the French striker to Turkish club Fenerbahce at a substantial loss.
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FA withdraws 'black-free' DVD - 28 January 2005
The FA has scrapped an official DVD of England's greatest post-war internationals because it did not feature a single black player, a spokesman announced.
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Chelsea keep quadruple bid on track - 27 January 2005
Manchester United goalkeeper Tim Howard was forced to relive the worst moment of his career as Chelsea booked a League Cup final date with Liverpool with a 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
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Spurs swoop for Mido and El Hamdaoui - 27 January 2005
Tottenham signed AS Roma's controversial Egyptian striker Mido on an 18 month loan.
Spurs also secured the services of another player, Mounir El Hamdaoui from Dutch side Excelsior.
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Liverpool move for bad-boy Bellamy - 27 January 2005
Liverpool were reported to have approached Newcastle United over striker Craig Bellamy who has said he wants to leave after a highly-public row with manager Graeme Souness.
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Gerrard fires Liverpool into League Cup final - 26 January 2005
Steven Gerrard emphatically drew a line under Liverpool's recent problems by firing Liverpool into the League Cup final at the expense of Championship side Watford.
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Tsunami benefit match finishes all square - 26 January 2005
Germany and a Bundesliga international select XI played out an entertaining 2-2 draw in a benefit match for the victims of the tsunami disaster that struck Indian Ocean coastlines on December 26.
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The sky is the limit for Mourinho, says dad - 26 January 2005
The sky is the limit for Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho, his father claimed, after the Portuguese manager was voted the best football coach in the world in 2004 by the International Football Federation of History and Statistics.
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Newcastle fine Bellamy 80,000 pounds - 26 January 2005
Newcastle have fined striker Craig Bellamy 80,000 pounds, equivalent to two weeks' wages, in a move that appears to signal the exit for the Wales international following his bust-up with manager Graeme Souness.
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Bellamy accuses Souness of lying - 25 January 2005
Craig Bellamy appeared to end his hopes of playing for Newcastle under Graeme Souness again after accusing his manager of "lying" as their war-of-words over the Wales striker's availability took a fresh twist.
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Fans braced for 2006 World Cup ticket race - 25 January 2005
The scramble for tickets for the 2006 World Cup in Germany begins on February 1 this year with the organising committee confirming that exactly 812,000 tickets are on sale to the general public via the internet.
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Arsenal fined 10,000 pounds - 25 January 2005
English champions Arsenal were fined 10,000 pounds by the Football Association after admitting using an unlicensed agent in the transfer of teenage striker Quincy Owusu-Abeyie from Ajax.
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Bergkamp gunning for extra Arsenal season - 25 January 2005
Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp hopes to end his playing career when Arsenal bid farewell to their historic Highbury home in north London next season.
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Bergkamp strike keeps Gunners title hopes alive - 24 January 2005
Arsenal reduced the gap behind Premiership leaders Chelsea to 10 points with a 1-0 win against Newcastle at Highbury thanks to Dennis Bergkamp's first-half strike.
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Souness and Bellamy in Newcastle war of words - 24 January 2005
Controversial Welsh international striker Craig Bellamy's future at Newcastle United was thrown into doubt after a public falling out with manager Graeme Souness.
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Crooked referee 'cost me my job' rages Toppmoller - 24 January 2005
Former SV Hamburg manager Klaus Toppmoller has blamed referee Robert Hoyzer for his dismissal by the Bundesliga club insisting he knew right away there was something suspicious about the official.
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Fine form keeps United in touch with Chelsea - 24 January 2005
Manchester United's pursuit of fine New Year form continued as they beat a hardworking Aston Villa 3-1.
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World Cup fans await ticket sales details - 24 January 2005
Monday will be a red letter day for football fans across the globe as organisers release full details of ticket sales procedures for the World Cup in Germany next year.
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I'm not bothered by Fergie jibes, says Wenger - 22 January 2005
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said that he has not been unsettled by bitter rival Alex Ferguson's attempts to get under his skin and that his conscience is clear over the events of the last week.
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Domenech calls for no break before World Cup - 22 January 2005
France coach Raymond Domenech has said he would prefer no break between the end of the 2005/06 club season and the start of the World Cup finals in Germany, L'Equipe reported.
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Mourinho is one of the world's best :Scolari - 22 January 2005
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, who led his native Brazil to a record fifth World Cup title in 2002, said he considers Chelsea's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho to be one of the best football coaches in the world.
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United have lucky Exeter escape - 20 January 2005
Gary Neville admitted Manchester United had flirted with disaster after the world's richest club finally squeezed past non-league minnows Exeter City in an FA Cup third round replay.
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Title race "no pressure" for Mourinho - 20 January 2005
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insisted he was not feeling any pressure with his side clear at the top of the Premier League and said it was rival bosses Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson who should be worrying.
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Weakened Liverpool set to escape FA action - 20 January 2005
Liverpool are likely to go unpunished by the Football Association for fielding an under-strength side in their 1-0 FA Cup defeat to Championship side Burnley.
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Manchester United going to China - 19 January 2005
Manchester United will bring its all-star squad to China in July for a friendly against Chinese Super League team Beijing Hyundai.
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Liverpool burned by Traore own-goal - 19 January 2005
An own-goal by Djimi Traore handed Championship side Burnley a deserved 1-0 victory over Premiership giants Liverpool in the third round of the FA Cup.
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Roma to appeal against one-match stadium ban - 19 January 2005
Roma are to appeal against a one-match stadium ban handed to them after their fans disrupted last week's Italian Cup third round, second leg at Siena.
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Birmingham sign Diao on loan from Liverpool - 19 January 2005
Birmingham City said they had signed Sengal midfielder Salif Diao on loan from Premier League rivals Liverpool for the remainder of the season.
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FA set to probe Boro-Everton brawl - 18 January 2005
The Football Association (FA) are expected to launch an investigation into an unsavoury melee involving almost every player that marred the end of Middlesbrough's hard-fought 1-1 draw with Everton at the Riverside Stadium.
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FA reveals positive dope tests - 18 January 2005
Several footballers playing in England have been banned for using recreational drugs, the Football Association (FA) revealed.
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Giggs cautious over injury - 18 January 2005
Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs is taking a safety first approach to the hamstring injury which has forced him to miss the club's last three matches.
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Portsmouth's Quashie joins Southampton - 18 January 2005
Southampton have signed Nigel Quashie from arch-rivals Portsmouth in a 2.1 million pound deal.
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Diop late show stuns West Brom - 17 January 2005
Fulham striker Papa Bouba Diop's injury-time header condemned bottom of the table West Brom to a heartbreaking 1-0 defeat at Craven Cottage.
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Rooney fate in police hands - 17 January 2005
Wayne Rooney could face FA disciplinary action depending on the outcome of a police report into an incident at Anfield where a mobile phone was thrown at the striker.
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Wenger hits out at Ferguson claims - 17 January 2005
Arsene Wenger reacted angrily to comments made by Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager, that the Arsenal manager was a "disgrace" following the London club's defeat against United last October.
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South Africa World Cup hero Masinga arrested - 17 January 2005
Former South Africa World Cup hero Philemon Masinga was arrested at the weekend for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol.
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Blatter sees greater marketing interest in 2010 WC - 14 January 2005
FIFA president Sepp Blatter said that the 2010 World Cup in South Africa - the first to be held in the continent - had attracted more marketing and television attention than the last one in Germany.
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Roma join Cagliari and Udinese in cup qtr-finals - 14 January 2005
Roma overwhelmed Siena 5-1 away from home to claim a place in the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup.
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Mourinho faces wrath of Fergie - 14 January 2005
Jose Mourinho has escaped disciplinary action for accusing Sir Alex Ferguson of influencing the referee's handling of the League Cup semi-final first leg between Chelsea and Manchester United.
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Birmingham ready to release Yorke - 14 January 2005
Birmingham City are ready to sell Dwight Yorke only four-and-a-half months after signing the striker from Blackburn, manager Steve Bruce admitted.
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United hold out to claim slightest of edges - 13 January 2005
Manchester United held out under intense second half pressure from Chelsea to emerge from their League Cup semi-final with the narrowest of advantages after an entertaining first-leg goalless draw at Stamford Bridge.
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2004 not Beckham's best - 13 January 2005
Real Madrid and England superstar David Beckham admits that a 2004 in which he failed to add any medals to his trophy cabinet could have been much better - but that the tsunami in Asia puts matters into stark perspective.
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Gerrard gives Liverpool League Cup edge - 12 January 2005
Steven Gerrard's second-half strike gave Liverpool a 1-0 win over Championship side Watford in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final at Anfield here.
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McClaren handed FA warning after ref rant - 12 January 2005
Middlesbrough manager Steve McClaren was warned as to his future conduct by the Football Association (FA) after admitting a charge of improper conduct following a confrontation with referee Phil Dowd at White Hart Lane.
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Liverpool close to Morientes deal: Benitez - 12 January 2005
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has said the clubs are on the verge of completing a 6-million-pound move for Real Madrid striker Fernando Morientes.
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Former Benfica president gets another prison term - 12 January 2005
Former Benfica club president Joao Vale e Azevedo received an 18-month jail term for falsifying documents pertaining to the sale of pitches belonging to the team.
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Liverpool boss Benitez issues Morientes warning - 11 January 2005
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez said he was unwilling to let the protracted talks with Real Madrid striker Fernando Morientes over a possible transfer to Anfield drag on much longer.
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Redknapp facing Pompey test in Cup - 11 January 2005
South coast rivals Southampton and Portsmouth were drawn together in the pick of the fourth round FA Cup ties, a match that pits Saints boss Harry Redknapp against the club he walked out on last month.
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Newcastle and Arsenal survive giantkilling bids - 11 January 2005
Reality returned to the FA Cup ahead of a fourth round draw but not before non-league Yeading kept neutral fans on the edge of their seats as they chased the biggest upset in the 133-year history of the competition.
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Newcastle survive Yeading scare - 10 January 2005
Newcastle were made to sweat before beating non-league Yeading 2-0 in the third round of the FA Cup at Loftus Road.
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Gunners shoot down unlucky Stoke - 10 January 2005
English Premiership champions Arsenal sneaked into the fourth round of the FA Cup as they came from behind to beat Championship side Stoke 2-1 here at Highbury.
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Furious Fergie apologises to fans after Exeter deb - 10 January 2005
Embarrassed Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was forced to apologise to the club's supporters after seeing the FA Cup holders held to a humiliating 0-0 draw at Old Trafford by non-league Exeter City.
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Wenger worries over Campbell and Lehmann - 10 January 2005
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that he is worried about how long he can keep inspirational defender Sol Campbell and veteran goalkeeper Jens Lehmann at the club.
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Reid parts company with strugglers Coventry - 07 January 2005
Peter Reid has parted company with English Championship strugglers Coventry by mutual consent.
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Birmingham pull plug on injured Forssell's loan - 07 January 2005
English Premiership club Birmingham have cancelled Mikael Forssell's loan contract and sent the injured striker back to Chelsea.
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West Brom look to buy way out of trouble - 07 January 2005
Relegation-threatened West Brom hope to be able to buy their way out of trouble with chairman Jeremy Peace promising manager Bryan Robson money for the January transfer period.
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Injury-hit Liverpool turn to rookies for FA Cup - 06 January 2005
Liverpool are prepared to place their FA Cup destiny in the hands of their youngsters as the Premiership giants tackle a major injury crisis which has engulfed Anfield.
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Ferguson admits Chelsea have title in their grasp - 06 January 2005
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson admits the only way of catching Chelsea in the Premiership race is if the Blues hit an injury crisis.
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Monumental blunder sparks call for video decisions - 05 January 2005
Three of the English Premiership's leading managers united in a call for the introduction of video technology to help referees after Tottenham were denied victory over Manchester United by an astonishing blunder by officials at Tuesday night's Premiership match.
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Wenger promises Chelsea fight to the finish - 05 January 2005
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has promised Chelsea a fight to the finish in the title race, insisting it would be "criminal" to give up now on catching the runaway Premiership leaders.
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Birmingham gamble on Championship hotshot Blake - 05 January 2005
Birmingham manager Steve Bruce declared himself confident that striker Robbie Blake would be a success in the Premiership after he completed a 1.5-million-pound transfer from Championship side Burnley.
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Birmingham reject second Savage bid from Blackburn - 05 January 2005
Birmingham have rejected a second bid from Blackburn for fiery midfielder Robbie Savage, who shocked the Premiership club by slapping in a transfer request.
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FC Porto to suspend Brazilian stars - 03 January 2005
European champions FC Porto will suspend four of their Brazilian players, including teenage playmaker Diego, after they failed to return on time from their Christmas holiday.
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Wenger confident as Gunners maintain pressure - 03 January 2005
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has warned Chelsea that the champions are getting back to their best after they maintained their five point deficit behind the Premiership leaders with a 3-1 win away to Charlton Athletic.
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Former England star Gazza hit by pneumonia - 03 January 2005
Former England star Paul Gascoigne is recovering in hospital from pneumonia but his agent denied the 37-year-old was seriously ill.
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Beattie joins Everton in six-million-pound deal - 03 January 2005
Southampton striker James Beattie will join fellow Premiership side Everton for six million pounds (8.4 million euros) after the England international agreed personal terms with the Goodison Park club.
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English clubs pledge cash for tsunami victims - 30 December 2004
Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and other English Premiership clubs pledged at least one million pounds (1.8 million dollars) in aid for victims of Asia's tsunami disaster.
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Gunners keep Chelsea in their sights - 30 December 2004
Arsenal will enter the New Year five points adrift of Premiership leaders Chelsea after a hard-fought and somewhat fortunate 1-0 win over Newcastle.
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Rooney charged with violent conduct - 30 December 2004
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after he shoved Bolton's Tal Ben Haim in the face at Old Trafford on Boxing Day.
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Ferguson issues Villa warning to title rivals - 30 December 2004
Sir Alex Ferguson did his best to heap the pressure on title rivals Chelsea and Arsenal by warning they had still to travel to Aston Villa after seeing Manchester United go third in the Premier League with a hard-fought 1-0 away win against the Midlands club.
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Giggs strike downs Villa - 30 December 2004
Ryan Giggs capped a fine individual display by scoring the goal that took Manchester United into third in the Premier League with a 1-0 win against Aston Villa.
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The best is yet to come promises Benitez - 28 December 2004
Rafael Benitez predicted the best was yet to come after watching his Liverpool side crush hapless West Bromwich 5-0 at the Hawthorns.
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Lively Liverpool crush 10-man West Brom - 27 December 2004
A John Arne Riise double helped Liverpool crush hapless West Brom 5-0 at the Hawthorns.
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French duo keep Arsenal in the hunt - 27 December 2004
English champions Arsenal stayed second in the table, five points behind leaders Chelsea, after a goal in either half from France internationals Thierry Henry and Robert Pires ensured a 2-0 win over a lacklustre Fulham at Highbury.
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Everton hang onto third spot - 27 December 2004
Everton stayed third in the English Premiership thanks to goals from Australia midfielder Tim Cahill and Marcus Bent in an impressive 2-1 victory over Manchester City at Goodison Park.
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