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Nigel Pearson 'totally underwhelmed by lack of leadership' from Boris Johnson
Britain is becoming more seriously affected by the illness and the Hornets boss has not been impressed with the Prime Minister’s handling of it.
'Sometimes Mane dives' - Guardiola criticises Liverpool star
The Senegal star curiously found himself in the spotlight during the City boss’ post-match comments.
'It won't be 30 years until our next title' - Solskjaer aims dig at Liverpool
The Reds look well placed to end their long wait to be champions once again, but the Red Devils boss insists his side won’t endure a similar drought.
'Cristiano Ronaldo 5, Atletico Madrid 0' - Portuguese star comes out fighting despite loss
The five-time Ballon d’Or could not resist boasting about his career achievements despite his side losing at the Wanda Stadium.
'It's not the first final he's lost' - Ramos bites back at Klopp
The Real Madrid star gave a typically blunt answer when questioned on the criticism he has received from his Champions League final adversary.
'James McClean not the sharpest tool in the box'
The Irish international was the subject of jeers from sections of the away support during West Brom’s 1-0 win yesterday.
Jamie Carragher says what every Liverpool fan is thinking about Mario Balotelli
Gary Neville, meanwhile, insisted that the Italian striker has “quality”.
18 of our favourite post-match football interview clichés
“I didn’t see it,” “at the end of the day,” and more perennial favourites.
PSG happy with Chelsea tie, claims Jose Mourinho
The Special One says the French side must be considered favourites to progress.
VIDEO: Roy Keane suggests Steve Bruce had 'a quick beer' after Hull's game today
The ITV pundit was at his witty best this afternoon.
Ferguson absence relieves referee pressure, says Wenger
Arsenal meet Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday, with the Gunners currently five points clear at the top of the table.