Premier League Brexit vote: How football fans voted in referendum

Premier League Brexit vote: How football fans voted in referendum

Premier League fans who live near Stoke City were the most likely to vote for Brexit, new figures have revealed. Those living close to Chelsea and Arsenal, however, were overwhelmingly in favour of remaining in the European Union. Political analyst Mike Smithson has compiled the list showing results from each...

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Ageless Federer still winning, Arsenal’s civil war & Ireland stop England Grand Slam

Ageless Federer still winning, Arsenal’s civil war & Ireland stop England Grand Slam

Roger Federer defeated his compatriot Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 7-5 to record a memorable fifth win at the Indian Wells Masters on Sunday night. Federer, 36, did not drop a single set throughout the tournament and produced a masterful display of tennis in the final. He was perhaps somewhat fortunate that...

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Chelsea juggernaut rolls over ‘Judas’ Jose Mourinho once more

Chelsea juggernaut rolls over ‘Judas’ Jose Mourinho once more

Chelsea ended Manchester United’s defence of the FA Cup on Monday night with a win that was rather more emphatic than the 1-0 scoreline suggests. Jose Mourinho was barracked with taunts of “Judas”, “You’re not special any more” and “It’s all your fault” by Chelsea supporters as the United manager...

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Jose Mourinho looking to upset Chelsea in FA Cup grudge match

Jose Mourinho looking to upset Chelsea in FA Cup grudge match

Jose Mourinho’s quest for revenge over his former club tonight looks an even tougher task as he brings his virtually ‘striker-less’ Manchester United side to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea in the FA Cup. The evergreen Zlatan Ibrahimovic is suspended for three games as a result of deliberately elbowing...

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Weekend Sports Outlook: Six Nations Rugby, FA Cup Football and Cheltenham Festival

Weekend Sports Outlook: Six Nations Rugby, FA Cup Football and Cheltenham Festival

The Six Nations returns this weekend and England have it all to play for as they seek to win back-to-back Grand Slams for the first time since 1992. News that fly-half Owen Farrell missed Friday’s training session with a thigh problem is a concern for England, who know that victory...

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Barcelona create Champions League history with incredible comeback win

Barcelona create Champions League history with incredible comeback win

Barcelona masterminded possibly the greatest footballing comeback of all time against Paris St-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday night. The Catalan side were 4-0 down from the first leg of the tie, but they turned the game around with a stunning avalanche of goals, the last of which came...

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Approved by Sadiq Khan! Chelsea’s new stadium will be ‘jewel in London’s sporting crown’

Approved by Sadiq Khan! Chelsea’s new stadium will be ‘jewel in London’s sporting crown’

Chelsea’s plans for a new £500 million state of the art stadium have been approved by the Mayor of London, in a historic decision for the West London football club’s future. Plans for the new 60,000 seater stadium were initially give the green light by Hammersmith & Fulham Council in...

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Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon: The hottest property in world football

Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon: The hottest property in world football

Fulham’s precociously talented left-back Ryan Sessegnon is one of the hottest properties in world football. Highly respected Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport recently ranked him as the number one 16-year-old footballer in Europe. But Sessegnon’s present focus is identical to that of his teammates’ – to push Fulham into...

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Weekend Sport Outlook: Six Nations, EFL Cup Final and more

Weekend Sport Outlook: Six Nations, EFL Cup Final and more

This weekend’s sport landscape is dominated by Six Nations rugby, as England’s record-breaking squad march ever onward. Italy are expected to provide little resistance, so coach Eddie Jones may look to shuffle his deck and give some of his lesser-used players a runout. Ben Te’o will make his first start...

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Brutal sacking of Claudio Ranieri was Leicester’s last hope of Premier League survival

Brutal sacking of Claudio Ranieri was Leicester’s last hope of Premier League survival

Leicester City proved on Thursday night that any smidgen of sentimentality that remained in football has left the building. Owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri less than a year since he led the Foxes to their first ever Premier League title shocked the football world – but in...

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