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Talented Eric Bailly needs to develop consistency if he is to resurrect Man United career

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Manchester United and Arsenal played out an entertaining draw at Old Trafford, with Jesse Lingard scoring an equaliser for the hosts 74 seconds after the Gunners had regained the lead.
"Never, ever, give up," tweeted Eric Bailly after his impressive game for Manchester United against Arsenal. One can read that in several ways. Firstly, that United didn't give up and again came from behind (Jose Mourinho's side have gone behind in seven of the last nine league games, only losing two of them) to get a draw.

Secondly, that on a personal level the Ivorian showed the world that he can be one of the best players in a big Premier League match — and that after his worst couple of…



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Where will Pulisic's next destination be?

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Steve Nicol has his say on where Christian Pulisic is most likely to go should he leave Borussia Dortmund this campaign.



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Manchester City's Pep Guardiola praises Phil Foden for 'incredible' play

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The FC panel assess if Manchester City deserve to be ahead of Barcelona and Juventus as the oddsmakers' favourites to win the Champions League.
MANCHESTER, England — Pep Guardiola insists he has no doubts about Phil Foden after the 18-year-old helped Manchester City to a 2-1 victory over Hoffenheim to secure top spot in their group.
With a mini-injury crisis at the Etihad Stadium, Foden was given his first Champions League start of the season and the City boss said he made the most of his opportunity.
"Phil was incredible the way he played," Guardiola told a news conference. "I would never have doubts about the quality of that guy — not…



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Extra Time: Sacking Jose Mourinho, Liveprool injury woes

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The FC guys answer your tweets on what it will take for Man United to sack Jose Mourinho, how Liverpool will make do with their injuries and more.



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