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Vietnam among top countries to pirate English Premier League matches

A study of illegal streaming of the English Premier League (EPL) football has listed Vietnam among the worst offenders.

Giggs to leave United to pursue management job

Ryan Giggs will leave Manchester United in the close season to explore opportunities in management away from the club, Sky Sports reported on Friday, citing sources.

Man Utd's Memphis vows to return stronger next season

Manchester United winger Memphis Depay is keen to breathe fresh life into his faltering career in England under new manager Jose Mourinho after enduring a disappointing debut campaign under former boss Louis van Gaal.
June 01, 2016 | 03:23 pm GMT+7

FA Cup opts for sudden-death for quarter-finals

FA Cup quarter-final replays will be scrapped from next season to ease the fixture congestion in English soccer, the Football Association (FA) has announced.
May 27, 2016 | 05:05 pm GMT+7

Mourinho signs three-year deal with Manchester United

Manchester United have appointed Jose Mourinho as manager on a three-year contract with an option to stay on until at least 2020, the Premier League club said on Friday.
May 27, 2016 | 04:27 pm GMT+7

FA Cup not enough for Van Gaal as United seek spark

For a club that in 2000 were happy to ditch their defence of the FA Cup so they could play in the World Club Championship, winning soccer's oldest trophy was never likely to be enough to convince Manchester United to keep faith with Louis van Gaal.
May 24, 2016 | 09:16 am GMT+7

Man Utd shares waver in Frankfurt as Mourinho hire expected

Shares in English soccer giant Manchester United wavered in volatile trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange on Monday, following media reports that the club was set to replace its manager with former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.
May 23, 2016 | 03:32 pm GMT+7

West Ham's Bilic banks on Man United FA Cup victory

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic is banking on Manchester United winning the FA Cup to give his team automatic qualification for next season's Europa League.
May 16, 2016 | 05:57 pm GMT+7

Old Trafford 'bomb' turns out to be training device

A suspicious package destroyed by a bomb disposal team after prompting the evacuation of Manchester United's stadium on Sunday was a fake device accidentally left behind after a training exercise, police said.
May 16, 2016 | 02:05 pm GMT+7

My heart tells me to stay at Newcastle, says Benitez

Rafa Benitez said his heart was telling him to stay as Newcastle United boss next season despite their relegation from the Premier League.
May 16, 2016 | 09:09 am GMT+7

Mahrez voted Leicester's player of the season by fans

Riyad Mahrez was voted Leicester City's player of the season by the club's supporters on Tuesday, while French midfielder N'Golo Kante was voted best player by his team mates.
May 11, 2016 | 04:05 pm GMT+7

Leicester set to offer Ranieri long-term contract

Leicester City will discuss a possible contract extension with manager Claudio Ranieri at the end of the season as a reward for his role in the club's maiden Premier League title victory, vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has said.
May 11, 2016 | 03:15 pm GMT+7

West Ham sink Man United in farewell thriller

West Ham bade farewell to the Boleyn Ground after 112 years with a pulsating 3-2 victory over Manchester United to leave the visitors' top-four hopes in tatters on Tuesday.
May 11, 2016 | 09:29 am GMT+7

Van Gaal may rest Martial for trip to West Ham

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial may be rested for Tuesday's Premier League trip to West Ham United to avoid aggravating a hamstring injury, manager Louis van Gaal has said.
May 10, 2016 | 02:47 pm GMT+7

Leicester City fans celebrate winning the English Premier League title

Leicester City fans celebrate their team winning the Premier League title as their only remaining challengers Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 at Chelsea.Leicester City supporters erupted into cheers of jubilation when their team's Premier League title dream became reality on Monday (May 2) as their only remaining challengers Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 at Chelsea handing the underdogs the trophy in one of the greatest sporting achievements of modern times.The result provoked an outpouring of celebration in the provincial English city, as the city's biggest party began in earnest.Goals from Tottenham's Harry Kane and Son Heung-min had looked like extending the title race to the penultimate week of what has been an unforgettable season.However, Gary Cahill gave Chelsea a lifeline just before the hour and substitute Eden Hazard's superb 83rd minute equaliser ended Spurs' slim title hopes to the delight of Leicester and their former Chelsea manager, Italian Claudio Ranieri.With two games left, Leicester are seven points ahead of second-placed Tottenham and Saturday's home match against Everton will include a glorious lap of honour.Unfashionable Leicester, 5000-1 outsiders at the start of the season, are English champions for the first time and become the first team to win a maiden English title since Nottingham Forest in 1977-78, having left the likes of Manchester City and United, Chelsea and Arsenal in their wake.Oddly the biggest match in Leicester's history was one they were not involved in as the final act of an absorbing title race was played out in west London between last year's champions and a Tottenham side who have refused to give up the chase.But Ranieri's intrepid team had already done the damage, churning out results to stay top of the table since Jan. 23 while their rivals fell by the wayside.Incredibly, Leicester spent half of last seas
May 03, 2016 | 08:02 am GMT+7
 
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