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Hodgson takes charge of Liverpool as manager

Thursday 1 July 2010

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson was named on Thursday as the new manager of Liverpool, signing a three-year contract on Merseyside, the Premier League club said.
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Benitez leaves Liverpool by mutual consent

Friday 4 June 2010

Liverpool have announced that manager Rafael Benitez has left the club by mutual consent after six years in charge. The 50 year old Benitez replaced
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Avram Grant named as new West Ham manager

Friday 4 June 2010

West Ham have named for Chelsea and Portsmouth coach Avram Grant as the club's new manager on a four-year contract. The deal is subject to the 55 year
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Manchester United is not for sale :Glazer family

Friday 28 May 2010

Manchester United is not for sale at any price, the Glazer family insisted on Friday. A group of wealthy United fans calling themselves the Red Knights have been trying to put together a takeover bid to buy out the Glazers, while supporters at Old
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Blackpool win Premiership promotion

Saturday 22 May 2010

Blackpool twice came from a goal behind to beat Cardiff 3-2 in Saturday's playoff final, clinching the last remaining place in the Premier League at the end of a season that many predicted would end with relegation.
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Avram Grant set to sign with West Ham

Friday 21 May 2010

West Ham intends to appoint a new manager by June 2, with Avram Grant the apparent favorite for the role after he quit Portsmouth.
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West Ham sack manager Gianfranco Zola

Tuesday 11 May 2010

West Ham have sacked manager Gianfranco Zola, the Premier League club confirmed on Tuesday.
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Fergie questions where Man U went wrong

Monday 10 May 2010

Manchester United's failure to win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title has Alex Ferguson questioning whether his squad was strong enough following Cristiano Ronaldo's
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Ancelotti backs Chelsea after Premiership titles

Monday 10 May 2010

Carlo Ancelotti backed his Chelsea squad to rule English football for years to come after Didier Drogba and co. wrested the Premier League title back from Manchester United in the Italian's first season in charge.
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