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Tuchel banned, Conte fined for touchline row

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has been given a one-match ban by the English Football Association for his touchline row with Antonio Conte.

Dawson: Casemiro walks straight into Man Utd's XI (1:43)
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Transfer grades: Chelsea a D for Werner exit

The summer transfer window is here. Here are the big deals already agreed and how we rate them, with Chelsea letting Timo Werner leave.

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Ten Hag calls for Utd fan unity amid protest plan

Erik ten Hag has called for unity between Manchester United supporters and the club ahead of their crucial match against Liverpool.

Can Casemiro help solve the crisis at Man United? (1:24)
Klopp fumes at radio show criticism of rivals Man United (1:09)
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Casemiro intent on joining Man Utd - Ancelotti

Casemiro wants to leave Real Madrid in order to sign for Premier League side Manchester United, coach Carlo Ancelotti said on Friday.

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Forest smash club record for Gibbs-White

Nottingham Forest have signed midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White from Wolverhampton Wanderers on a five-year deal, the club announced on Friday.

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Klopp: I almost called radio show to defend Utd

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has said he almost rang a UK radio station to defend rivals Manchester United from fierce criticism.

Gomez feels 'toxic' Manchester United not right for Pulisic (1:17)
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Sources: Casemiro set to decide on Man Utd bid

Casemiro is weighing up whether to accept an offer to join Manchester United or to continue his career at Real Madrid, sources have told ESPN.

Is Ten Hag's job already in danger? (1:13)
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Euro revenues up 10% in 2020-21 despite COVID

European soccer revenues grew by 10% in the 2020-21 season despite most an almost total lack of fans in stadiums, according to study from Deloitte.