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Burnley makes top four(4), breaks 42years old record

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Ashley Barnes grabbed a late winner as Burnley reached the dizzy heights of fourth place. In doing so Sean Dyche’s side took the club to their highest position in the top flight for 42 years when the Clarets were second in the old First Division in March 1975.

Egypt winger Ramadan Sobhi signs for Stoke City from Al Ahly

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Stoke City have announced the signing of Ramadan Sobhi from Al Ahly for a fee that could rise to €6 million.

Adam Lallana believes Liverpool’s current injury crisis is bad luck more than anything, and feels Jurgen Klopp‘s training sessions have played no part in the issue.

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Louis van Gaal suggests he may quit as Man United lose to Stoke City

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Louis van Gaal suggested he could resign after Manchester United lost2-0at Stoke City, marking a fourth consecutive defeat in all competitions. United, who started captain Wayne Rooney on the bench at the Britannia Stadium, fell behind to a Bojan Krkic goal after a poor defensive header from Memphis Depay, and Marko Arnautovic added a second soon afterward with a fierce strike following a free kick.

Capital one cup: The last four standing

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Everton will face Manchester City and Stoke City will take on Liverpool in the final four of the Capital One Cup.Everton, the only side left in the competition not to lift the trophy, will entertain Manuel Pellegrini's team at Goodison Park in the first week of January before heading to the Etihad three weeks later.Both teams overcame Championship opposition to reach the semifinal, Everton winning 2-0 at Middlesbrough and City overcoming Hull 4-1.The other semi sees Liverpool, who have won the competition a record eight times, first face a trip to the Britannia Stadium before welcoming Mark Hughes' team to Anfield.Stoke, who won the League Cup in 1972, beat Sheffield Wednesday in the quarterfinals while Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool stunned Southampton by coming from behind to win 6-1 at St Mary's
Ties to be played the week of Jan. 4 and 25:

Capital óne exit piles more pressure on mourinho

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BY PETER

Chelsea coming into this game, We're hoping for change of futunes but never turned to be the case just in  the opening thirty minutes d.Costa was forced off after earlier treatment but couldnt continue.
Loic remy was brought in as his replacementThe half ended in stalemate with two yellow cards óne to both sides
It was John Walters moment when he scored on the 52th minutes and Chelsea searched for an equaliser
Loic remy with an equaliser on the 90th minute proved to be a statement before stoke city went a man down, a redcard to Phil Beardsley looked to be a long night for stoke city but they forced the match into an extra-time Traore came close for the winner earlier with an arnatovic drives inches drive past the second post of his former teamate asmir begovic  Kennedy would have claimed the winner after a poor clearance from shaqiri hits him on the run much uunaware of the ball  and it was jack butland who came to the resue and put stoke city back into the game with a…

Deigo Costa injured

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The Spain striker was withdrawn before half-time in the Blues match in the Potteries, adding to the pressure on the Stamford Bridge boss
Chelsea striker Diego Costa was forced off with injury in the first-half of Chelsea's League Cup fixture with Stoke City on Tuesday night, adding to the problems of beleaguered boss Jose Mourinho.The Spain international had started brightly, testing the home side's defence, but went down holding the side of his chest in the opening thirty minutes.After lengthy treatment, Costa opted to continue before being forced off as he again broke down minutes later.
The Chelsea striker left the field with a pained expression, continuing to hold onto the area around his ribs, as Loic Remy was summoned from the bench.
The match Will be decided by a penalty shoot-out
The extent of his injury is yet to be determined
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