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Mikel Arteta expects to keep his job at Arsenal despite disappointing campaign that may see them miss out on European football for first time in 25 years... as Gunners boss ...

Mikel Arteta believes he will be given the chance to continue as Arsenal manager next season as doubts over his suitability for the job deepen following the Europa League semi-final exit.

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Football’s super league fiasco underlines the need for levelling up everywhere

The bid by top clubs to break away was globalisation at its worst – and emblematic of the UK’s problems beyond sport

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European Super League: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus denounce UEFA 'threats' and refuse to give up idea

The three lingering clubs of the original 12 issued a joint statement on Saturday defending their basis for the ESL's creation and expressed "regret" at seeing the other nine - including the Premier L

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European football matchday: Real Madrid aim for LaLiga top spot; Manchester United visit Villa

SpainReal Madrid can lead the league with three rounds to go with a home win against Sevilla. The victory would leave the defending champion tied on points with Atlético Madrid, but Zinedine Zidane’s team has the tiebreaker advantage because of a better head-to-head record.

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'The Premier League is the place to be... it's a sorry tale for the rest of Europe': Jamie Carragher hails strength of English football ahead of Chelsea-Man City Champions ...

The Blues knocked out Real Madrid with relative ease to secure a showdown with Pep Guardiola's men, who had 24 hours earlier downed Paris Saint-Germain at the Etihad.

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Daniel Ek's stance on Arsenal takeover without European football next season

Swedish billionaire and Spoitfy co-founder Ek is still prepared to test the Kroenke's resolve with a reported £1.8billion opening bid.

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Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus hit back at UEFA over ‘unacceptable threats’ as three clubs refuse to abandon European Super League

Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Juventus have hit back at UEFA after the governing body said that the three remaining founders involved in the European Super League would face ‘appropriate

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Football: Real, Barca, Juve denounce 'intolerable' pressure to abandon European Super League

MADRID: Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, the three clubs still involved in the proposed European Super League, denounced on Saturday (May 8)

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Jurgen Klopp's agent speaks out on Liverpool future amid concerns over European football

Jurgen Klopp's agent has given a three-word response to a question on the Liverpool manager's future at Anfield beyond this season. There was plenty of optimism on the red side of Merseyside heading into this campaign off the back of their first league title in 30 years.

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My only goal is to help Cliftonville qualify for Europe, insists player of the month McCrudden

Hotshot Michael McCrudden is determined to help Cliftonville stamp their passport to Europe. The 29-year-old may have been struck down by Covid-19 back in October, but he is now producing his best football since joining Paddy McLaughlin's side from Derry City back in the 2020 January transfer window.

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Arsenal takeover: Daniel Ek committed to proposed takeover despite club facing no European football next season

Daniel Ek remains committed to buying Arsenal despite implications of Europa League exit to Villarreal on European qualification next season; Swedish billionaire expected to make opening bid; Kroenkes

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Prince William praises ‘united’ football fans after backlash forces European Super League clubs to quit competition

PRINCE William tonight praised the “united voice of football fans” after a backlash forced European Super League clubs to quit the competition. The proposed breakaway tournament was

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European Super League timeline: Game changer - football's volatile 72 hours

Just when you thought this season could not get any stranger, along came a plan that appeared to divide the game and then united fans in fighting against it.

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European Super League: 'A seismic, pivotal week in football - but game not yet over'

BBC sports editor Dan Roan looks back at a 'seismic and pivotal' launch and crash of the European Super League, and what might happen next.

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How the European Super League fiasco is helping the world’s oldest football club to bounce back

Could the European Super League fiasco provide a shot in the arm for struggling smaller teams like Sheffield FC?

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European football: La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 - title race scenarios

Which title races are going down to the wire - and which European super club is set to miss out on a record-breaking title win?

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European Super League will pour €400m into grassroots football, says new chief

Anas Laghari claims elite competition will reignite love of game and end ‘madness’ of big money transfers

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Not many firsts left for this St Johnstone team – but group stage European football and double glory fit the bill

St Johnstone will be driven by motivation of double glory and group stage European football through to Christmas, says Jamie McCart.

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StreamAMG partners with European League of Football

The European League of Football has partnered with OTT agency StreamAMG to provide live match streaming and on demand content for the European League of Footbal

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European Super League criticised for 'unilaterally deciding future of women's football' without consultation

The European Super League plans threatened to undo recent progress made in growing the women's game (Getty Images) Campaign group Women in Football has criticised the lack of consultation with the women’s game over the short-lived European Super League ...

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What is European Super League? Criticised football competition explained - and the Premier League teams involved

Europe’s football elite from England, Spain and Italy signed up as the 12 founding member clubs of the ESL competition set up to rival the UEFA Champions League

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After the Super League breakaway broke down, where now for European football?

Twelve of Europe’s richest clubs announced last Sunday night they had signed up to a new Super League competition, which would have been a direct challenge to UEFA’s prestigious Champions League. By Wednesday afternoon all but two of those clubs – Real Madrid and Barcelona – had either issued a withdrawal or an acceptance that the project had been torpedoed.

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Seven reasons to read UEFA’s review of an extraordinary European football season

The 2019/20 football season was a year of two halves: before and after the start of the global pandemic. UEFA’s annual report looks back at the full 90 minutes.

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Prince William Is Weighing in: All About the Drama Surrounding European Football's New Super League

The controversial European Super League has been "suspended" because half their founding members have withdrawn — just two days after the league's inception was announced

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European Super League: 'People will not support greed' - Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown predicts turning point for football

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown believes football fans have "woken up" after the failed attempt to set up a European Super League, and predicts changes for the sport.

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Four things Everton can do to reform football after European Super League collapse

... in the UK is still reeling from the attempt of six Premier League sides to break away from the English football pyramid and found a European Super League. Manchester United, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool joined six other ...

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'Mementos of football's worst 48 hours': Thousands of £29.99 European Super League football shirts up for sale for £2

The jerseys were designed in the colours of the six English teams who signed up for proposed competition - including Manchester United and Manchester City

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European Super League: JP Morgan boss admits investment bank failed to grasp football fans' passion

JP Morgan’s boss has admitted that the investment bank had failed to understand the passion of football fans when it agreed to finance the failed breakaway European Super League.

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European Super League could have harmed Newcastle United takeover bid, says football finance expert

Mike Ashley is in arbitration with the Premier League over the failed takeover bid from PCP Capital Partners' consortium last summer

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Celtic, Rangers and the European Golden Cup vision that was set to change football forever

All English teams and all but three clubs eventually bowed to pressure and withdrew from the league amid fans' protests.

Scottish FA involved in latest Football Including Refugees in Europe Initiative

The Scottish FA is delighted to be involved in the creation of a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) which is aimed at supporting the inclusion of refugees through football. Many volunteers in clubs and associations all across Europe have already launched small projects and initiatives to help refugees,

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Manchester United protest highlighted major flaw in European football that affects Man City

Manchester City fans have shown their anger at the European Super League but not on the same scale as Man United fans.

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David Moyes: European Super League failure shows football is ‘the people’s game, it’s not for billionaires’

David Moyes says he was disappointed in the Premier League's big six for their attempted breakaway with the Super League.

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John W Henry warned he ‘has no right to own Liverpool Football Club’ after European Super League fiasco as Adrian Durham celebrates football fans

Adrian Durham has warned John W Henry he ‘has no right to own Liverpool Football Club’ in the wake of the Reds’ proposed involvement in the European Super League Henry took full responsibility for

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Confidence the key as Chelsea face European football’s toughest test

There is no harder task in football than knocking Real Madrid out of the Champions League. Thomas Tuchel knows his side must be mentally right if they are to meet the challenge

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European football reacts to Aberdeen season ticket video as fans make 'fly to Scotland' pledge

A promotional video for Aberdeen 's season ticket campaign has gone viral, as they offer fans the chance to return to Pittodrie. Supporters have been locked out of grounds around the world this season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Man City chief apologises to leading English football figures for role in European Super League

CEO Ferran Soriano spoke with the Association, the Premier League and English League at Sunday’s Carabao Cup final looking to make peace for the chaos of the previous week

Arsenal 0 Villarreal 0 (agg 1-2): Emery returns to haunt ex-club with Gunners’ best shot at European football KO’d

SPOTIFY, play Road To Nowhere – because that’s exactly where Arsenal are heading as they face up to the end of 26 consecutive years of European football. And even the possibility of a

Thousands of European Super League football shirts on sale for £2 after plot collapse

EXCLUSIVE: It's less 'new era' more 'new error' as official football jerseys in the colours of Premier League giants Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, intended to be sold for £29.

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Carlo Ancelotti must rediscover greatest Everton strength to secure European football

Everton will be able to welcome supporters back to Goodison Park for their match against Wolves in May, and that should signal the return of a great club strength

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Watson keen for Larne to rise to the challenge and claim European football for next season

Larne defender Albert Watson saluted his side's resilience and never-say-die mentality at Seaview. R oss Clarke volleyed the Crues into a deserved lead on the stroke of half-time, but Larne were a different animal in the second 45 against opponents who switched off and were punished.

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Politicians back calls to give fans control of football clubs after European Super League collapsed

Politicians from across the country have backed calls led by a North East MP for fans to take control of football clubs. The cross-party campaign is led by Kate Osborne, MP for Jarrow. She drew up a letter,