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    Collapsed player needs 'miracle'
    Belgian defender Gregory Mertens needs a "miracle" after collapsing on the pitch with a heart-related illness.
    published: Tue Apr 28 10:28:00 BST 2015
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    Bosnich pleads guilty to charge
    Former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich appears in a Sydney court to plead guilty to reckless driving.
    published: Tue Apr 28 10:17:16 BST 2015
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    Kirk named new Bristol Academy boss
    Bristol Academy name former Hibernian Ladies manager Willie Kirk as their new boss, replacing Dave Edmondson.
    published: Tue Apr 28 10:14:50 BST 2015
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    Zlatan and Blanc to stay at PSG
    Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc and star players Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edison Cavani and Javier Pastore will all be staying at the club next season, according to the club’s owner.
    published: Tue Apr 28 10:14:00 BST 2015
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    Allen backs Bournemouth way
    Barnet manager Martin Allen has credited Bournemouth for their attacking style following a victory over Bolton that virtually assured Eddie Howe's side of Premier League football next year.
    published: Tue Apr 28 10:07:00 BST 2015
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    Ritchie: Video inspired us
    Bournemouth forward Matt Ritchie has revealed how an inspirational video on Sunday helped them secure the victory that will see them promoted to the Premier League next season.
    published: Tue Apr 28 10:03:00 BST 2015
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    WATCH: Bournemouth celebrate
    Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn kicked-off the Cherries' post-match promotion party with this entertaining celebration.
    published: Tue Apr 28 09:28:00 BST 2015
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    Mertens collapses on pitch
    Former Belgium U21 international Gregory Mertens is critically ill in hospital after collapsing while playing for his club Sporting Lokeren.
    published: Tue Apr 28 09:24:00 BST 2015
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    Real ponder Hernandez future
    Real Madrid are considering activating their purchase option to sign on-loan Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.
    published: Tue Apr 28 09:21:00 BST 2015
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    How have Bournemouth done it?
    Just six years after overcoming a 17-point deduction to retain their status as one of England’s 92 league clubs, Bournemouth have booked their place among England's elite for the first time.
    published: Tue Apr 28 09:00:00 BST 2015
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    Cherries on the charge
    Just six years after overcoming a 17-point deduction to retain their status as one of England’s 92 league clubs, Bournemouth have booked their place among England's elite for the first time.
    published: Tue Apr 28 09:00:00 BST 2015
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    SPFL could be set for new sponsor
    The Scottish Professional Football League could be set for a new sponsor ahead of next season.
    published: Tue Apr 28 08:36:38 BST 2015
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    Ramsey's Morgan snub 'understandable'
    Aaron Ramsey was within his rights not to shake hands with TV personality and Arsenal fan Piers Morgan, says Ian Wright.
    published: Tue Apr 28 08:24:21 BST 2015
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    VIDEO: Mourinho's weird vision of the future
    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho responds to critics who have labelled his side "boring" by saying he imagines football in the future as "a beautiful green grass carpet without goals".
    published: Tue Apr 28 08:00:24 BST 2015
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    Henry, Redknapp pack a punch
    Saturday Night Football's Thierry Henry, Jamie Redknapp and David Jones went up against each other in the Sky Sports Boxing Challenge ahead of Floyd Mayweather v Manny Pacquiao on Saturday.
    published: Tue Apr 28 07:48:00 BST 2015
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    Mertens in hospital after collapsing
    Belgian footballer Gregory Mertens is in hospital after collapsing during a development game for his club.
    published: Tue Apr 28 07:29:11 BST 2015
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    Minnows who made the Premier League
    As Bournemouth all but win promotion to the Premier League, BBC Sport looks at some of the other clubs who defied the odds.
    published: Tue Apr 28 06:43:15 BST 2015
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    Giroud happy at improvement
    Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud believes his team are well placed to mount a serious challenge for the title next season.
    published: Tue Apr 28 06:39:00 BST 2015
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    Giroud: Title on next season
    Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud believes his team are well placed to mount a serious challenge for the title next season.
    published: Tue Apr 28 06:39:00 BST 2015
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    Cherries 'achieving the impossible'
    Bournemouth will survive in the Premier League after effectively sealing promotion to the top flight, says chairman Jeff Mostyn.
    published: Tue Apr 28 00:21:55 BST 2015
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    What´s to expect with the English Premier League - Excitement and Surprises Coming Our Way

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